STROyKA Theatre let ShowBizRadio know about an interesting opportunity: STROyKA Theatre is looking to cast the role of Anthony for their January production of Wendy MacLeod’s The House of Yes. The performances will be at the Round House Black Box Theatre in Downtown Silver Spring. This is a pivotal and challenging role and requires an extremely […]
Archive for October, 2008
Read our review of Vienna Theatre Company’s production of Over the River and Through The Woods.
Springfield Community Theatre is offering free (donations accepted) for Halloween evening’s production of PetPourri. From the show’s director, Wade Corder: Saturday and Sunday ticket sales look great, but tonight – Halloween – not so much. So! I’m offering free tickets!! ***Availability is limited*** – and it’s for Halloween only. Please email me at WCorder@Yahoo.com. The […]
Rockville Little Theatre is seeking directors for the 2009-2010 season: We invite directors to submit plays they would like to direct. We will be accepting submissions at ANY time during the year. If you are interested in directing for the 2009-2010 season, please submit up to three plays (preferably representing different genres) by November 10, […]
Read our review of CCT with 2nd Flight Theatre Companys’ production of The Elephant Man.
Read our review of Springfield Community Theatre’s production of PetPourri.
Read our review of the Elden Street Players’ production of Secrets of a Soccer Mom.
Read our review of The GMU Players’ production of Shakespeare in Hollywood.
Here’s to drag queens, AIDS, and the taboo. Here’s to emotion, devotion, and to causing a commotion. Here’s to la vie boheme! This last weekend, Winston Churchill certainly did cause a commotion with their rendition of RENT: School Edition, that sparkled with its bohemian energy.
“Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion.” These words, spoken by Truvy Jones in the second act of Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling, could not do a better job summing up the performance Osbourn High’s lovable cast delivered. Equipped with a script full of one-line zingers and tear-jerking moments, the cast shined on stage, easing […]