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Archive for September, 2011

Social Media Analysis of Washington DC Area Theaters

By • Sep 28th, 2011 • Category: News

How are theater companies using the web and other common marketing and social media tools? This study looks at 128 theaters’ web presence.




Adventure Theatre Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse

By • Sep 27th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse was a thoroughly fun production, touching on many aspects of kids’ lives from a kid’s point of view.




Port City Playhouse Sister Ignatius Explains it All For You and The Actor’s Nightmare

By • Sep 27th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

For a night of continuous laughter provided by a unique two-for-one show, then don’t wait to check out the Port City Players before these shows close this weekend.




Greenbelt Arts Center Same Time, Next Year

By • Sep 27th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

A forbidden love story through time, check out the performances in Same Time, Next Year.




This Week’s Sponsor (September 26, 2011)

By • Sep 26th, 2011 • Category: Sponsors

We’d like to thank the McLean Community Players and Reston Community Players for sponsoring ShowBizRadio this week. McLean’s Social Security closing on Saturday, October 1st, while RCP’s auditions for Lend Me aTenor will be held on October 29th.




This Week – September 26, 2011

By • Sep 26th, 2011 • Category: This Week

Here are the openings, closings, and auditions for the week of September 26-October 2, 2011.




Elden Street Players Theatre for Young Audiences Releases 2011-2012 Season

By • Sep 21st, 2011 • Category: News

Elden Street Players Theatre for Young Audiences has released their planned 2011-2012 season.




“The rest is silence.”

By • Sep 21st, 2011 • Category: An Actor's Advice

Silence, beats, and pauses all tend to give many an actor a small case of the nerves.




Signature Theatre Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South

By • Sep 20th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

Sweet Tea is a great show for its superior theatrical value, its social narrative, and its non-aggressive approach to a very volatile subject.




Rockville Little Theatre A View From the Bridge

By • Sep 19th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

A View from the Bridge is a great lesson in letting go, growing up and the pain that can come with unwanted change, so be sure to catch an opportunity to see one of Arthur Miller’s best dramas.