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1st Stage Never the Sinner

By • Apr 4th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

Mr. Skidmore and his cast and crew have created a thrilling, insightful piece of theatre that will make you question your judgment and appeal to the potential deviant within us all.




Damascus Theatre Company Cabaret

By • Feb 20th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

With a combination of poor direction and egregious miscasting, Damascus Theatre Company’s Cabaret lamentably fails to deliver on too many levels to deem worthy of a recommendation.




Grain of Sand Theatre You Can’t Get a Decent Margarita at the North Pole

By • Dec 5th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Grain of Sand Theatre has taken Christmas by the jingle bells and presented DC with a charming and highly enjoyable romp best enjoyed with three French hens, two turtledoves, and a few grains of salt generously applied to the rim of a glass.




The National Theatre of Scotland; Shakespeare Theatre Company Black Watch

By • Sep 24th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Black Watch is a harrowing, disturbing, and ultimately enthralling piece that will make you question many of your world views, yet reaffirm your faith in the indomitable human spirit.




Constellation Theatre Company Taking Steps

By • Sep 11th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Taking Steps is a delightful evening of light theatre guaranteed to satisfy.




Rockville Musical Theatre A Chorus Line

By • Jul 10th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of A Chorus Line is one not to be missed if you’re looking for fun summer entertainment.




Arena Stage The Normal Heart

By • Jun 18th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

The Normal Heart centers around a political movement whose mantra was “Silence = Death,” and Arena Stage’s production will doubtlessly inspire conversations that can end the silence and save lives.




Studio Theatre 2nd Stage The Big Meal

By • May 11th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

You will find yourself completely enamored with the unique blend of pathos and humor that make The Big Meal at Studio Theatre an immensely satisfying and wonderful evening of theatre.




Silver Spring Stage Dead Man’s Cell Phone

By • Jan 16th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Whether you find it brilliant or cheesy, this is a well-directed and well-performed production of a so-so show that, despite its theatrical shortcomings, both entertains and asks questions.




Doorway Arts Ensemble Sex and Education

By • Nov 8th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

Mr. Schwartz and his cast and crew have put together an exceptional show that, despite its simple premise, asks incredibly complex questions and satisfies almost as much as… learning.