Home Tags Warehouse Theatre

Tag: Warehouse Theatre

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Do You See What I See?’

Do You See What I See? Opens with 9 actors sitting in a semi-circle. the recognizable trademark for group therapy. In this case referred to...

Attend the Tale of Landless Theatre’s Prog Metal Sweeney Todd: Announcing...

Attend the Tale of Landless Theatre’s Prog Metal Sweeney Todd: Announcing New Venue, Tickets on Sale and More! The Landless Theatre Company announces that the...

‘The Princess and The Pea’ at Pumpkin Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Magical enchantment awaits you at Pumpkin Theatre this holiday season as they bring to their new home’s main stage: The Princess and The Pea...

Artistically Speaking: Part One: An Interview with Venus Theatre’s Deborah Randall...

Deborah Randall is the founder of Venus Theatre. Deb has been producing and performing around the DC area professionally since 1985. In 2012, Deb...

‘Red Bastard’ at Warehouse Theater by Flora Scott

His Mission: To Charm, Disarm, Shock, and Seduce...His Target: YOU. But when I checked out his website, he looked rather menacing to me. I...

Help Save Backstage! by Rick Claassen

Since opening its doors in 1981, Backstage has provided the DC theatre community with access to theatre scripts, books, make-up, costumes, and dance supplies. This company was founded due to the...

Help Save Backstage!! by Rip Claassen

Since opening its doors in 1981, Backstage has provided the DC theatre community with access to theatre scripts, books, make-up, costumes, and dance supplies. This company was founded due to the...

SCENA Celebrates its 25th Anniversary with December 16th Gala by Monica...

SCENA Celebrates its 25th Anniversary December 16th with a Gala Event featuring international artists Washington’s premiere cultural institution for international drama is celebrating its 25th...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Ecce’ by Veronique MaCrae

The attempt to birth a theatrical piece rooted in the history of the Roman takeover of the land of Israel, the conflict for position...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Making Love Legal’ by Jessica Vaughan

 Making Love Legal is clearly a labor of love. Sara Schabach, a first-time director, and her cast infused every odd-ball scene with enthusiasm. It...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Ecce’ by Lisa Horan

A Man, a Crucifix, and a Conscience: Ecce Provides Provocative Perspective on the Man Who Authorized Christ’s Death Sparing an innocent man’s life or sacrificing...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Making Love Legal’ by Sara...

Making Love Legal by Carl Frandsen is a farce. It takes place in Old Jerusalem in 1968, 9 months after the Six Day War....

SPECIAL EVENT COVERAGE: HAMILTON

PHOTO FEATURES

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ