Listen to our review of the British Players’ pantomime (not mime!) production of Snow White [MP3 6:37 3MB]; or read the transcript.
Archive for November, 2007
Listen to Mike and Laura discuss their upcoming production Captain John Smith: HiStory of McLean and Great Falls [MP3 4:02 1.9MB]; or read the transcript.
Listen to our review of Potomac Theatre Company’s The Wizard of Oz [MP3 6:42 3.1MB]; or read the transcript.
Listen to Mike and Laura chatting about the experience of To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday [MP3 2:19 1.1MB]; or read the transcript.
We all remember reading fairy tales at bedtime, when everything ended “happily ever after.” Stephen Sondheim’s musical, Into the Woods brilliantly ties together multiple classic fairy tales into an enchanting story where “happily ever after” goes terribly wrong. Last weekend, Woodrow Wilson Senior High School paid tribute to Sondheim’s work in their production of Into […]
The world’s most read diary, The Diary of Anne Frank, is the story of a young girl forced into hiding. She and seven others are holed up in a secret annex that is to conceal them until the worst genocide in human history, the Holocaust, is over. This heart-wrenching diary was dramatized in a Tony […]
Where can one find reality combined with a make-believe world filled with magic, mystery, and trickery? Robert E. Lee High School’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream took the audience on a truly delightful journey through the forest! In William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy, everyone finds true love and lives happily ever after – eventually. Helena […]
Haven’t you heard? Ken De La Maize is directing a new musical, calling for a lyricist and pianist, some actors, and of course a musical comedy would not be complete without its own homicidal killer. Robinson Secondary School is the perfect place for the ensuing chaos of The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940. The Musical […]
Samuel Hulett and Jimmy Dwyer Blood-red light drenches the stage and eerie screams fill the silence of the air. Bodies, tattooed and violent, rush the stage in a frenzy of fighting and dieing. The proud silhouette of Kreon stands alone, dark and brooding. So began Osbourn’s production of Antigone, Sophocles’ Greek tragedy about pride and […]