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Archive for May, 2009

Dominion Stage Jeffrey

By • May 31st, 2009 • Category: Reviews

Read Joe Adcock’s review of Dominion Stage’s production of Jeffrey.




Port Tobacco Players Releases 2009-2010 Season

By • May 30th, 2009 • Category: News

Port Tobacco Players has released their planned 2009-2010 season: Angel Street, October 2009 A Christmas Carol, November – December 2009 Once On This Island, January – February 2010 The Miracle Worker, March 2010 The Secret Garden, April – May 2010 The Producers, July – August 2010 Arsenic and Old Lace, August – September 2010 Schedule […]




Providence Players Releases 2009-2010 Season

By • May 29th, 2009 • Category: News

Providence Players has released their planned 2009-2010 season: Harvey, Fall 2009 The Laramie Project, Winter 2010 Big Tree Falls, Spring 2010 Schedule is subject to change due to performance rights conflicts or other issues.




Tantallon Community Players Aida

By • May 28th, 2009 • Category: Reviews

Read Michael Clark’s review of Tantallon Community Players’ production of Aida.




The Hub Theatre The Pavilion

By • May 26th, 2009 • Category: Reviews

Read McCall Doyle’s review of The Hub Theatre’s production of The Pavilion.




Hard Bargain Players Kids Theatre Workshop

By • May 25th, 2009 • Category: News

The Hard Bargain Players are holding a theatre workshop for kids in July: An annual event sponsored by the Alice Ferguson Foundation and the Hard Bargain Players, the summer theatre workshop is designed to introduce newcomers to the world of the theater and to challenge young veterans to manage advanced theatrical concepts and production techniques. […]




Springfield Community Theatre Spoon River Anthology

By • May 24th, 2009 • Category: Reviews

Read Michael Clark’s review of Springfield Community Theatre’s production of the Spoon River Anthology.




Where Does Commitment Come From?

By • May 20th, 2009 • Category: An Actor's Advice

There seems to be this notion among many people in amateur productions that “This isn’t Broadway,” so corners can be cut, and efforts can be reduced. Almost as though community theatre is merely a way to spend time while wishing to be on Broadway.




Kensington Arts Theatre The Great American Trailer Park Musical

By • May 19th, 2009 • Category: Reviews

Read McCall Doyle’s review of Kensington Arts Theatre’s production of The Great American Trailer Park Musical.




Silver Spring Stage As Bees in Honey Drown

By • May 18th, 2009 • Category: Reviews

Read Courtney Ferguson’s review of Silver Spring Stage’s production of As Bees in Honey Drown.