Riverside Dinner Theater, once again, demonstrates that their high-quality, professional-caliber productions make them one of the best places to see productions in the DC Metro area.
Archive for March, 2011
The problem for the merely human actors in any production of Little Shop of Horrors comes to this: how do you compete with a large, carnivorous, hungry, demanding, extraterrestrial plant?
Overall, Annie was a family friendly show that will have you singing about tomorrow for many days to come.
This inaugural Agatha Christie mystery will keep you guessing until the end.
Synetic Theater’s seventh Silent Shakespeare venture presents Lear totally denuded of ornate verbal shock absorbers.
Thrill Me is a dark, sinister show that explores how far evil and its companion can go, and if redemption is possible.
Theatre reviews and news for the DC region, published through March 27, 2011. (26 articles)
St. Mark’s Players has released their planned 2011-2012 season.
While a lot of talent and promise was indeed evident amongst the cast and production team of Colonial Players of Annapolis’ attempt at this production, it ultimately proved to be more of a challenge than they were ready to meet.