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Archive for April, 2011

Capital Fringe Ghost-lands of an Urban NDN

By • Apr 30th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

The good stuff is essentially humorous. The non-good stuff is essentially grim.

Little Theatre of Alexandria [title of show]

By • Apr 28th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

Here’s the awesome part of Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production: They all get it.

Vienna Theatre Company Nunsense

By • Apr 27th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

Overall, this was a fun and enjoyable production that was presented with a lot more quality and class than you might expect when walking into a non-traditional theater space

Homeschool Teens and Theatre Hellzapoppin

By • Apr 27th, 2011 • Category: Cappies

While the content may have seemed a bit eccentric, the Teens and Theatre Company’s obvious dedication to the difficult vaudevillian style contributed to a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Woodbridge Senior High School Seussical, the Musical

By • Apr 27th, 2011 • Category: Cappies

Despite a few blank faces and occasional voice projection issues, the cast and crew of Seussical, the Musical handled the vocal-heavy show with zeal and confidence.

27th Annual Helen Hayes Awards

By • Apr 25th, 2011 • Category: News

The winners of the 27th Helen Hayes Awards were announced on Monday evening, April 25th, 2011 at The Warner Theatre. Congratulations!

Live Coverage of the 27th Helen Hayes Awards

By • Apr 25th, 2011 • Category: News, ShowBizRadio

ShowBizRadio will be covering the Helen Hayes Awards tonight live, on our web site and via Twitter.

Synetic’s King Lear extends to May 8

By • Apr 21st, 2011 • Category: News

Synetic Theater has announced that King Lear, its seventh installment of their “Silent Shakespeare” series, has extended its run two weeks.

Paul VI Catholic High School Happy Days

By • Apr 20th, 2011 • Category: Cappies

Paul VI’s Happy Days was bright, enthusiastic, and anything but dull.

Keegan Theater National Pastime

By • Apr 20th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

National Pastime receives a spirited and entertaining production from the Keegan Theater.