Theatre News Online January 17, 2011By Laura & Mike Clark • Jan 17th, 2011 • Category: Published Elsewhere
- ShowBizRadio: 2010 WATCH Nominations
- ShowBizRadio: Review of Colonial Players’ The Diviners
- ShowBizRadio: National Campaign to Hire Artists to Work in Schools
- Gazette: In the Act: Children become part of the show in ‘Aquarium’
- Washington Post: ‘Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet’ tops off bayou trilogy
- Gazette: Spot rising stars in production of ‘101 Dalmatians;’ Production is second for youth theater group
- Silver Spring Patch: In the Theatre: ‘Blackbird’ Explores Sexuality; “Blackbird” explores the dynamics and lasting effects of a pedophiliac liaison and seems to almost attempt justifying such desire.
- Fauquier Times-Democrat: Fauquier Community Theatre stages ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’
- Baltimore Sun: Bowie Community Theatre peeks into family’s ‘Sordid Lives’
- Washington City Paper: Let Me Down Easy (Arena Stage)
- Washington City Paper: Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet and Magic
- Washington Post: Theater review: Washington Stage Guild’s charming ‘Magic’
- Metro Weekly: Sweet Secrets; Studio, Arena Stage and Keegan Theatre tell stories about things that some people feel are better left unsaid
- Washington Post: ‘Shadow of Honor’ at Keegan Theatre plagued by heavy-handed script
- Talkin’ Broadway: Let Me Down Easy
- Talkin’ Broadway: Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet
- Connection: Robinson Presents Two Children’s Plays; RoProCo puts on ‘Rumplestiltskin,’ ‘Wolf Tales’
- Connection: ‘Bugsy Malone’ Is Coming to Town; Aldersgate Youth production opens this weekend.
- DC Theatre Scene: Maria la O and I Pagliacci
- We Love DC: We Love Arts: Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet
- DC Theatre Scene: Lyme Park
- Washington Blade: Sticky and ‘Sweet’
- Rich Massabny: McLean Community Players – “The Drowsy Chaperone”
- Rich Massabny: The Little Theatre Of Alexandria – “Oliver”
- DC Theatre Scene: Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet
- DC Theatre Scene: Return to Haifa
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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.