Theatre News Online October 14, 2010By Laura & Mike Clark • Oct 14th, 2010 • Category: Published Elsewhere
- ShowBizRadio: Review of Kensington Arts Theatre’s Chicago
- ShowBizRadio: Review of Castaways Repertory Theatre’s The Miracle Worker
- ShowBizRadio: Review of Providence Players’ Waiting In the Wings
- Gazette: Spell check: Montgomery College students stage a musical
- Washington City Paper: Fall Fringe: It’s Baaack!
- Washington Post: Emotional heights from Mr. Peter Pan: ‘Two by J.M. Barrie’ at Rep Stage
- Fairfax Times: The power of King Arthur; Water stage tests actors to fantastic results (Synetic Theater)
- TheaterMania: DC Metro: Michael Kahn to Receive Richard Bauer Award
- Alexandria News: ‘Glimpses Of The Moon’: The Cat’s Pajamas (MetroStage)
- TBD: Improbable Frequency, reviewed (Solas Nua)
- Washington Post: A theatrical manifesto: hands off the audience!
- Washington Life Magazine: Performing Arts: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
- DC Theatre Scene: Terrence McNally at Bay Theatre this Sunday
- DC Theatre Scene: Two by J.M. Barrie (Rep Stage)
- Rich Massabny: Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre – Me and My Girl
- Rich Massabny: Ford’s Theatre – Sabrina Fair
- Washington City Paper: Scorched; A three-hour play about war and depravity leaves our critic wanting to return fire
- Washington City Paper: Sabrina Fair: It’s fizzy, it’s shallow, and it’s worth the admission (Ford’s)
- Washington City Paper: Reviewed: A Distaff Julius Caesar, Still Dying by the Sword (Taffety Punk Theatre)
- Washington Post: Bay Theatre rides tide of change
- Washington Post: ‘Bunnicula’ at Imagination Stage: Hare again for a fresh bite
- Express Night Out: Shakespeare’s All-Girl Revue: Taffety Punk, ‘Julius Caesar,’ at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
- MetroWeekly: Fairy Tale Romance (Ford Theatre’s Sabrina Fair)
- Talkin’ Broadway: Sabrina Fair (Ford’s Theatre)
- Talkin’ Broadway: Misalliance (Olney Theatre Center)
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Laura & Mike Clark started ShowBizRadio in August 2005 because they love live theater. They each have both performed in and worked behind the scenes in DC area productions, as well as earned a Career Studies Certificate in Theater from Northern Virginia Community College. Mike & Laura are each members of the American Theatre Critics Association, and Mike is a member of the Online News Association.