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The tale of office woman power at George Mason University's School of Theater will leave you humming and smiling. By DANA ROBERTS
Passion and sparkly glamor strut their stuff in this fun, catchy musical at the Hylton Performing Arts Center. By DANA ROBERTS
At George Mason University’s Center for the Arts' annual benefit, the 'Hamilton' star showed off her incredible versatility and range. By DANA ROBERTS
It’s the quintessential nightmare parody of all things wrong with community theater. By DANA ROBERTS
Director Kevin McAllister and a cast of DMV all-stars take the audience on a musical journey with the songs of Kander and Ebb.
Sometimes it’s hard to live up to expectations, but this production did not disappoint.
The touring production conveyed its own sense of magic with lush costumes, a pretty score, and a gifted cast.
Each performer brought their own personal connection to a Garland song.
This Peter Pan origin story is rich in antic humor and theatrical invention, and the cast is easy to embrace.
Her 'For the Girls' concert was the culmination of GMU's annual benefit event, ARTS by George!
A well-rounded cast of 10 talented actors delights the audience and honors most of the beloved characters and well-known songs.
Standouts included the Baker, the Prince, the Baker’s Wife, the Witch, the Narrator, and the Mysterious Man.
The musical numbers dominate, and the enthusiasm of the women’s ensemble is totally infectious.
And the orchestra did quite well on a difficult Sondheim score.
On tour at the National, a tribute to the masterful singer-songwriters.
Buckle up for a musical about one of the greatest con men of all time.
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