Read Lisa Kay Morton’s review of Reston Community Players’ Curtains.
Archive for October, 2009
Read Betsy Marks Delaney’s review of Elden Street Players’ The Musical Of Musicals: The Musical!.
Read Betsy Marks Delaney’s review of the St. Mark’s Players’ The Importance of Being Earnest.
Read Mari Davis’ review of the Colonial Players’ The Violet Hour.
The roaring twenties brought many things: prohibition, short skirts, and all that jazz, to name a few. It also brought Street Scene, the 1929 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Elmer Rice. The play was recently revived at Chantilly High School.
Read Sara McMullin’s review of Synetic Theater’s Dracula.
Read Mari Davis’ review of Aldersgate Church Community Theater’s Inherit the Wind.
There are all kinds of theatrical products and services that an actor can purchase for the ostensible use of improving his craft. In most cases, I think one should hold on to one’s money. I am a firm believer that practice, conversation, and dedication work faster at improving one’s abilities than anything that can be bought and paid for.
Read Mari Davis’ review of Prince George’s Little Theater Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.