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Pandemonium Theatrical Productions The Fantasticks

By • May 1st, 2014 • Category: Reviews

Pandemonium Theatrical Productions, using a performing space in Lorton’s Workhouse Arts Center, provides a generally satisfying rendition of this familiar show.

Paul VI Catholic High School Guys and Dolls

By • Apr 30th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

Paul VI Catholic High School’s performance of Guys and Dolls took the audience to New York City back when the dolls were glamorous and the guys were scoundrels.

Hub Theatre Failure: A Love Story

By • Apr 29th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

Hub Theatre’s production of Failure: A Love Story continues the Hub’s winning tradition of producing shows that are singular, artistically fanciful, and acted with heart and intelligence.

MetroStage Underneath the Lintel

By • Apr 21st, 2014 • Category: Reviews

There are times when a script may just “read” better on the page, than as a full-scale, live theatrical production.

Hayfield Secondary School Marvin’s Room

By • Apr 17th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

Audience members were lucky to have attended such a wonderfully executed performance, one of pain, patience, solidarity and strength.

Langley High School The Children’s Hour

By • Apr 17th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

The tragic play teaches the valuable lesson of the effect false allegations can have on other people.

MetroStage The Thousandth Night

By • Apr 14th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

In a taut, one actor, one-act The Thousandth Night by Carol Wolf the poised Kyd takes on about three dozen roles beyond just de Bonheur to draw us into a world of ever-increasing fear and suspense that permeates MetroStage’s production.

Heritage High School Les Misérables

By • Apr 8th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

With a tremendously memorable rendition of Les Misérables, viewers will still be “hearing the people sing” when “tomorrow comes.”

Annandale High School The Music Man

By • Apr 8th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

It was evident that Annandale’s production of The Music Man was anything but troublesome, instead providing a wonderfully crafted performance.

Neo-Futurists Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind

By • Apr 1st, 2014 • Category: Interviews

The Neo’s race against the clock to perform 30 miniature plays in 60 “breathless” minutes using vignettes ranging from the zany to the risqué to the profound.