ShowBizRadio is planning to begin 2009 by reviewing the following show this weekend: Two Rooms, Colonial Players, Annapolis, Maryland If you’re interested in writing for ShowBizRadio, please contact us. There are many local productions that won’t be reviewed here simply because we can’t be everywhere.
Archive for December, 2008
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CCT with 2nd Flight Theatre Company is looking for directors (with artistic team and technical staff) for their final two shows of the 2009 season. The shows are Flight of the Lawnchair Man, a musical, and Six Degrees of Separation. Applications are due by December 31, 2008. Email questions and completed applications to -snipped-.
Mike is stage managing Prince William Little Theatre‘s production of Pippin. In honor of that, here is his song “Stage Manager is Coming Backstage,” sung to the tune of Santa Claus is Coming To Town. You better learn your lines, And all of your cues, He’s in charge of fines, And collecting your dues: Stage […]
Read our review of Elden Street Players Theatre for Young Audiences’ production of Anne of Green Gables.
When things are going poorly, or worse, in a show, there is a very powerful temptation to go numb, and shut out everything except your own responsibilities. This is natural. You are with a cast who mostly does not care, the technical aspects have not gone the same way two nights in a row. Somebody […]
Read our review of the McLean Community Players’ production of A Christmas Carol, The Musical.
Read our review of American Century Theater’s production of An American Century Christmas.
In Oklahoma! the unbroken country is home to the universal power struggles between good and evil, man and wild, and of course the farmer and the cowboy. In this classic midwestern show performed by Thomas Jefferson High School, Oklahoma ranchers and the bowlegged cowmen join together and express their adoration for the newly acquired western […]
Read our review of Fairfax High School’s production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead.