Thunderous Productions’ And Then There Were None had a few bumps in the road for a classic Agatha Christie play.
Archive for May, 2011
A Time To Kill is a well-performed drama with enough humor to keep you laughing as you watched the heartache and tragedy unfold before you.
Refinement and restraint are much in evidence in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s current revival of this dark comedy.
For all of Jekyll and Hyde‘s talk about the duality of good and evil in all of us, chortling, bestial, chemically-induced villainy, however well performed, does not begin to touch the depths of what human beings can do to themselves and others.
Thunderous Productions is preparing for their third Annual One-Act Festival, to be held in Sandy Spring, Maryland September 16th and 17th. New plays and performers are needed. We expect to be presenting four of five plays during the two hour presentation. We also anticipate that one of the entries will advance to the MCTFA tournament […]
Three Days of Rain is a serious and emotional play put on by Silver Spring Stage on Saturday evening, with perhaps some interesting blocking decisions, but overall a moving play that explores how events in the past can affect the next generation’s outlook on life.
It’s a tale as old as time about a Beast, a Beauty, and a happily ever after ending. Its Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, which was performed with skill this past Saturday by South County Secondary School.
West Potomac’s production of Bye Bye Birdie was rooted together by consistent energy and animation.
South Lakes’ attempt to revisit this era with much commitment was appreciated by its captivated audience, who were engaged by the unraveling of the hidden identity of the Scarlet Pimpernel.