We’re back from vacation and traveling. We have a stack of things we’ll be doing to the ShowBizRadio.net web site over the next few days, including a 2007 wrap up podcast, so feel free to contact us if you have any suggestions you’d like to give us about how we can improve the site. And […]
Archive for December, 2007
William Strauss, the founder of the Capitol Steps and the Cappies, died on December 18th. The Washington Post has more information at Bill Strauss, 60; Political Insider Who Stepped Over Into Comedy. Bill, thank you for encouraging live theater through the Cappies program. It’s been our pleasure and a privilege to be a small part […]
Listen to our review of Chevy Chase Players’ production of The Memory of Water [MP3 5:13 2.4MB]; or read the transcript.
I was updating our auditions listing and ran across a superb example of how an audition page should be written. The Arlington Players are preparing for auditions for Sweet Smell of Success in January. Their web site has the most complete details for the auditions and page-to-stage process I have ever seen. They include a […]
Listen to our review of Prince William Little Theatre’s production of The Homecoming [MP3 5:05 2.3MB]; or read the transcript.
An announcement from the Elden Street Players, in Herndon, Virginia: ESP has an immediate/emergency opening for an actor to play the role of Ejlert Lovborg in Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama, Hedda Gabler. Hedda Gabler is considered one of the greatest dramas ever-written and the lead role of Hedda is often referred to as the acting […]
Listen to our review of Laurel Mill Playhouse’s production of Little Women [MP3 3:45 1.7MB]; or read the transcript.
Listen to our review of Sterling Playmakers’ The Best Christmas Pageant Ever [MP3 3:55 1.8MB]; or read the transcript.
In a far away land, far away meaning Westfield High School, a surreal adventure unfolds, where munchkins, witches, and talking crows roam. This is the Land of Oz, as portrayed in Westfield’s production of The Wiz, a contemporary take on the classic Wizard of Oz tale. The play was written by William F. Brown and […]
Arnold’s moving to Russia, Lucien’s pension is going to be revoked, Norman’s gaining weight from eating too many doughnuts, and no one will take Barry’s golf lessons. And such is life with The Boys Next Door, performed this past weekend at Wakefield High School. The Boys Next Door was written by Tom Griffin and was […]