Mike talks with Paul Morella, the performer of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at the Olney Theatre Center in Olney, Maryland.
Archive for December, 2011
Washington-Lee proved what The Crucible was meant to, that anything can be used as a warrant for violence, and that the mob does not care for evidence, they are out for blood.
Here are the closings for the week of December 19-25, 2011.
1st Stage’s production of Parfumerie, a Hungarian play by Miklos Laszlo, simultaneously radiates the bright colors of a romantic comedy and reveals the beauty of day-to-day life in a Budapest perfume shop.
Signature Theatre’s production is not without flaws but does deliver a musical that is lively and very enjoyable.
The end of the year invites one to look back to what has gone before. Consider the ups and the downs, successes and failures.
PGLT’s Sorry! Wrong Chimney! is a silly farce, with a few minor problems, but gives a good dose of Christmas revelry.
Although the show has some faults, Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol is ultimately enjoyable thanks in large part to its infusion of traditional music.
Here are the openings, closings, and auditions for the week of December 12-18, 2011.
Kensington Arts Theatre has released details of the cast for their February 2012 production of Sunday in the Park with George.