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Archive for April, 2007

Vienna Theatre Company You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Revised)

By • Apr 30th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Vienna Theatre Company’s You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Revised) [MP3 5:22 1.5MB]; or read the transcript.




Little Theatre of Alexandria Scotland Road

By • Apr 29th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Little Theatre of Alexandria’s Scotland Road [MP3 4:06 1.2MB]; or read the transcript.




Noble Heart Production Pippin

By • Apr 28th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Noble Heart Production’s Pippin [MP3 4:32 1.3MB]; or read the transcript.




Bowie Community Theatre Proposals

By • Apr 27th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Bowie Community Theatre’s production of Proposals [MP3 4:41 1.3MB]; or read the transcript.




Prince William Little Theatre Radio T.B.S.

By • Apr 27th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Prince William Little Theatre’s Radio T.B.S. [MP3 5:35 1.6MB]; or read the transcript.




Herndon High School Pippin (ShowBizRadio)

By • Apr 27th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Herndon High School’s production of Pippin [MP3 5:23 1.5MB]; or read the transcript.




Herndon High School Pippin (Cappies)

By • Apr 27th, 2007 • Category: Cappies

David Miranda (Pippin), Kate Parkin (Catherine) and Nate Tao (Theo) Punk rock and medieval history are two concepts rarely seen together, but were blended into a fascinating fantasy world in Herndon High School‘s Pippin. Young Pippin (David Miranda) is on the timeless quest to find himself and the show recounts all the trials he must […]




Sterling Playmakers The Miracle Worker

By • Apr 26th, 2007 • Category: Reviews

Listen to our review of Sterling Playmakers The Miracle Worker [MP3 6:27 1.8MB]; or read the transcript.




F/X Players Arms and the Man

By • Apr 24th, 2007 • Category: Cappies

“An incurably romantic disposition” was ever present throughout Arms and the Man, a melodrama chock full of love triangles, unusually comedic rebellion, and ‘chocolate cream’ Swiss soldiers conquering the hearts of southern belles. Written by George Bernard Shaw (Pygmalion) who originally set the show during the Serbo-Bulgarian War, the F/X Players exercised artistic license to […]




Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology On the Town

By • Apr 24th, 2007 • Category: Cappies

Frank Sinatra is post-war America, belting “New York, New York,” in the much-famed 1949 film version of On the Town. That same musical represents the all glitz and glamour the Big Apple had to offer, all the class – but at the same time appealing to the common man with its classic boy-meets-girl style plot. […]