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‘Sister Act’ at Hippodrome Theatre

Holy heaven it’s time to raise your voice because the good news has arrived! The five-time Tony Award nominated musical Sister Act has descended...

‘Sister Act’ at The Kennedy Center by Derek Mong

Hallelujah! Sister Act is here for a short time only at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Opera House, and you...

Regie Cabico’s ‘Godiva Dates & One Night Stands’ Opens TOMORROW at...

Doorway Arts Ensemble Revives Their Smash Hit from Capital Fringe Many critics raved about Doorway Arts Ensemble’s hit show GODIVA DATES & ONE NIGHT STANDS at this...

Laura Benanti at George Mason University’s ‘Arts by George’ by Tiffany...

A true Broadway star came to George Mason University for their Arts by George! benefit last night on September 28, 2013. Laura Benanti, Broadway and...

‘The Misanthrope’ at Vagabond Players by Amanda Gunther

To err is human, to forgive divine, though in this comedy of manners you'll find very little divinity as no one seems to be...

‘Gift of Forgotten Tongues’ at Venus Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Would you really want to live in a world without words? Take a moment and think about this. A perfect understanding between people; never...

‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged’ at Flying Muskrat Theatre...

Personally, I have always been a huge fan of Shakespeare. My teenage brother on the other hand was a bit hesitant as I drove...

Ranting With Cyle: ‘Collaboration’ by Cyle Durkee

F%#k you! (Not you, sorry! {I should probably have explained that statement a bit first]) The reason I said that is that it’s not...

Parlor Room Theater Opens ‘The Mousetrap’ TONIGHT

Parlor Room Theater is presenting The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie. The murder mystery opens TONIGHT. From Wikl: "The Mousetrap opened in the West End of London in 1952,...

A Preview of Flying Muskrat Theatre Company’s ‘Complete Works of William...

What’s in a name? Despite the Bard’s enduring wisdom, for The Flying Muskrat Theatre Company, there’s a lot. Let’s be honest for a moment-...

‘A Murder is Announced’ at Cockpit in Court by Amanda Gunther

A murder is announced: to take place at the time of 8:00 pm, on Fridays and Saturdays, and recurring on Sunday afternoons at 2:00...

‘Robert Plant Presents Sensational Space Shifters and Special Guest Bombino’ at...

Robert Plant stopped by Wolf Trap's Filene Center on Monday night July 22, 2013. There was no album to promote, no Alison Krauss or...

‘Why A Same-Sex I Do! I Do! Is Important, and Why...

How did a theater company that specializes in reviving older, often dated plays and musicals become the first to produce an inclusive I Do!...

An Interview with Magician Max Major by Eric Denver

With a packed house of 250 audience members, Max Major made his appearance for Arlington, Virginia patrons at the Arlington Drafthouse at 7:30 on...

Synesthesia: ‘Sign-Interpreted Performances for July and August’ by Yvonne French

Synesthesia: Sign-Interpreted Performances for July and August by Yvonne French Thursday, July 25th Mandy Harvey Millennium Stage at The Kennedy Center Sign-Interpreted and Captioned: Thursday, July 25, 2013...

ARTISTIC SPOTLIGHT: An Interview with the Founder and Producing Director of...

ARTISTIC SPOTLIGHT: Ed Herendeen “New plays are the future,” says Ed Herendeen, the Producing Director of the Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF), located in Shepherdstown,...

‘I Do! I Do!’ at The American Century Theater by David...

The phrase "I Do! I Do!" takes on new meanings in the newly-interpreted version of the classic musicalI Do! I Do! now playing at the...

Magic Time: ‘ We Happy Few Productions’ ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at...

Cross-gender casting of the classics can be sometimes a silly stunt, sometimes an earnest bemusement, and sometimes—as in Romeo and Juliet as staged for...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Chronic Singles Handbook’ by Jessica Vaughan

Writer and performer Randy Ross got laid off and went around the world, came back and wrote a book about it, and now takes...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘RFK’ by John Stoltenberg

RFK is a triumph. A Capital Fringe production from Philadelphia’s New City Stage, it’s a powerfully moving flashback for anyone who remembers Robert F. Kennedy’s life and times, and...

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