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A theatrical experience that shouldn’t be missed—no matter how many times you've seen the movie. By CAROLINE BOCK
The engaging, high-energy production for young people was co-produced by Theater Alliance. By CAROLINE BOCK
The moment we are living in gives even greater urgency to this production's deep questions on faith, family, and friendship. By CAROLINE BOCK
The joyful, fast-paced mix of music performances will air on Maryland Public Television October 14 and 15. By CAROLYN BOCK
Brilliant comic timing and choreography elevate this uproarious production.
Visionaries of the Creative Arts revives its poignant Gallaudet production at Atlas.
A dreamy kick-off to the Germantown arts center's new effort to stage their own professional productions.
Passionate performances and magic realism depict immigrants' quest for the American dream.
The world premiere at Strathmore was part memorial to the master and part message to young performers to 'do the work.'
The play is lifted up by a spirited cast of ten performers full of swagger and humor—all female and nonbinary—playing male historical figures.
A delightful production of playwright David Mamet's answer to the timeworn question: what do women want?
YAA's one-night-only national youth premiere of Frank Wildhorn's adaptation of Lewis Carroll's childhood classics was a resounding success.
At the center of this emotionally charged story is Tamieka Chavis as Lizzie Curry, and her performance shines.
Starring veteran performer Bobby Smith, the play reflects the uncertainty of our times with surety and style.
The joyful energy of the cast, highlighted by the children’s choir in their brightly colored T-shirts, made this a delightful evening in a picture-perfect setting.
Keith Alessi's remarkable one-man show is truth-telling as much as storytelling.
The impressive and versatile Deidra LaWan Starnes solos in a hard-hitting and heartbreaking play by Caleen Sinnette Jennings.
An optimistic and funny solo performance that brings us together around the artist's loss and pain.
A gripping 45-minute solo show that captures Arab–Israeli tensions with compassion and a touch of humor.
Director Kathryn Chase Bryer’s bold staging of A Doll House—beginning with the alternative translation of the traditional title of this classic by Henrik Ibsen—transforms a 19th-centur…
You promise me this. You promise me that. You promise me anything under the sun… belts out a swell Elizabeth Hester as Miss Adelaide, the cherry on top of a high-energy revival of Frank Lo…
The email popped into my box from my editor. To paraphrase: “Is it too far for you to go cover Ally Theatre’s new theatre piece in Mt. Rainer about Syrian refugees?” The irony was not …
If the invitation would have been to see the genre-bending Portland-based cabaret-style self-described ‘little orchestra,’ Pink Martini, featuring China Forbes with special guest star Me…
Silences speak loudly in the first Maryland production of The Gulf by Audrey Cefaly at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda. This professional production by Peter’s Alley Theatre group, featu…
The true critic of this year’s second annual SPEAK*Girls Presents is a thirteen-year-old young woman, who shared at the rousing end of this year’s production, “I’m hard to impress, a…
15 actors. 20 scenes. The Civil War. A lot is at stake in All for the Union, written by the prize-winning playwright, librettist, and historian Meredith Bean McMath and directed by Jenna Pow…