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Tantallon Community Players Quartet

By • Oct 10th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

TCP’s Quartet was a show with all the mania and heart that one could stand in an evening, and the audience left with a sweet feeling that art could be just as true in the twilight years of an artist’s life.




Little Theater of Alexandria Avenue Q

By • Jul 31st, 2013 • Category: Reviews

The Little Theater of Alexandria’s Avenue Q is raucous, rowdy, raunchy, and a total blast!




Joss Whedon Much Ado About Nothing

By • Jun 20th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

Overall, the film showed that passion can produce true art, regardless of budget.




Synetic Theater The Three Musketeers

By • May 19th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

The Three Musketeers, an original adaptation by Ben Cunis and Peter Cunis, was a dizzying spectacle of fighting, dancing and repartee.




Folger Theatre Twelfth Night

By • May 8th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

Overall, the energy and veracity of the cast as they showcased their wide range of talents and passions makes the Folger Theatre’s Twelfth Night a show worth seeing.




Monty Python’s Spamalot at The National Theatre

By • Apr 12th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

Together with a very appreciative audience, Spamalot brought the house down in a send up of history, culture and theater that was as timeless and irreverent as Monty Python could ever be.




Arena Stage Mary T. & Lizzy K.

By • Mar 30th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

In totality, the play was well-directed, well acted and dynamic to the fullest. The piece was vibrant, and took a very human approach to telling the story.




Arena Stage Grand Parade

By • Feb 9th, 2013 • Category: Reviews

If a visually dazzling spectacle was what was intended to be portrayed by this troupe’s work, then they succeeded.




Folger Theatre Henry V

By • Feb 3rd, 2013 • Category: Reviews

The dramatized history of Henry V makes for a triumphant play, especially when performed as honestly and skillfully as Folger Shakespeare Theatre has done.




Little Theatre of Alexandria A Christmas Carol

By • Dec 3rd, 2012 • Category: Reviews

The dynamic that the cast built was warm and homey, building on traditions and using materials of the well-loved story to create the spectacle we expect.