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Archive for April, 2010

Theatre News Online April 30, 2010

By • Apr 30th, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Washington Post: Theater review: ‘The Dancing Princesses’ at Imagination Stage Washington Post: Washington teens John and Leo Manzari have all the right dance moves (Sophisticated Ladies – Arena Stage) Washington Post: Keegan Theatre’s truer-to-life ‘Graduate’ DCTS: Hamlet (Folger Theatre)

Theatre News Online April 29, 2010

By • Apr 29th, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Gazette: Rude Mechanicals tackle ‘Shrew’ for the first time Washington Post: Backstage: Paul Scott Goodman and the rebirth of ‘Son of a Stand Up Comedian’ Express Night Out: Truly Delightful: ‘The Liar,’ Shakespeare Theatre Express Night Out: Hamming It Up: ‘Hamlet’ and Hamfest MetroWeekly: Daring and gripping, Silver Lake looks at the curious dynamics between […]

Spotlight on Silver Spring Stage’s Rabbit Hole

By • Apr 29th, 2010 • Category: Interviews

Mike talks with Chris Curtis, Director for Silver Spring Stage’s Rabbit Hole, running through May 9th.

Theatre News Online April 28, 2010

By • Apr 28th, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Washington City Paper: For Politicians, Reciting the Bard is Hard Washington Post: ‘Hoodoo,’ ‘The House With Two Doors’ and ‘Yours, Isabel’ at the Shop at Fort Fringe Washington Post: Theater review: ‘Son of a Stand Up Comedian’ lacks shape, and punch (MetroStage) DCTS: Fiddler’s matchmaker Mary Stout DCTS: Yours, Isabel (Fringe) Washington Life: Performing Arts: […]

Theatre News Online April 27, 2010

By • Apr 27th, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Washington Post: Olney Theatre’s ‘Triumph of Love’ has great comedy, performances and music Washington Post: Family drama ’60 Miles’ goes on forever at Studio Theatre SunGazette: Rodgers & Hammerstein Revue Offers Plenty of Crowd-Pleasers (Vienna Theatre Company-A Grand Night for Singing) SunGazette: Jerry’s Girls Garners All-Around High Marks (McLean Community Players) DCTS: The House with […]

Rep Stage On the Verge, or The Geography of Yearning

By • Apr 26th, 2010 • Category: Reviews

On the Verge, or The Geography of Yearning is a trip.

Theatre News Online April 24, 2010

By • Apr 24th, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Washington Post: Play based on Grimm tale asks children to consider the death of a parent (The Dancing Princesses; Imagination Stage) Washington Post: ‘The Old Settler’ creates a time, a place and strong characters (African Continuum Theatre) Express Night Out: Political Theater: Shakespeare Theatre’s ‘Will on the Hill’ Edge Washington: Fierstein on the roof – […]

Theatre News Online April 23, 2010

By • Apr 23rd, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Connection: No Message, Just Fun; Robinson Secondary stages musical ‘The Boy Friend.’ Connection: ‘Angry Jurors’ at McLean High; Drama centers around social issues, prejudice Connection: Girl Power Comes to Alden Theatre; ‘Jerry’s Girls’ celebrates music, women of Jerry Herman’s musicals Connection: Fairfax High Ready To ‘Razzle Dazzle’; Presenting its Cappies musical, ‘Chicago.’ Washington Post: In […]

Theatre News Online April 22, 2010

By • Apr 22nd, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere

Washington Informer: Sophisticated Ladies, Still a Classic Performance (Arena Stage) Gazette: Ancient tale of ‘Gilgamesh’ gets a modern makeover; Award-winning Japanese director refines her play at Clarice Smith Washington Post: Theater review: Arena Stage’s ‘Sophisticated Ladies’ at Lincoln Theatre Washington City Paper: Triumph of Love; At Olney, a musical about mistaken identity. And topiaries. Washington […]

National Theatre Fiddler On The Roof

By • Apr 22nd, 2010 • Category: Reviews

This Fiddler was a delightful evening, spent with traditional singing and dancing, sincere acting, an efficient set, and an audience that seemed to love every minute of it, which made it more enjoyable.