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Bishop Ireton High School How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

By • Mar 28th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

Bishop Ireton delivered just the right excitement and charm to remind us all of the “Brotherhood of Man.”




American Century Theater Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama’s Hung You in the Closet and I’m Feeling So Sad

By • Mar 27th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

Given its acting and technical virtues, the TACT production is not simply a piece of historical and cultural commentary but a lively, highly engaging theatrical experience.




Riverside Dinner Theater Forever Plaid

By • Mar 26th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

In their matching dinner jackets, underneath a huge projected moon and bathed in sumptuous evening light, it’s easy to forgive any flaws and just let the ears enjoy the aural buffet.




Signature Theatre Tender Napalm

By • Mar 26th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

Tender Napalm will rivet an adventuresome audience because Ripley’s characters and story have a complexity to chew on.




Synetic Theater Releases 2014-2015 Season

By • Mar 16th, 2014 • Category: News

Synetic Theater has released their planned 2014-2015 season.




Little Theatre of Alexandria Releases 2014-2015 Season

By • Mar 16th, 2014 • Category: News

Little Theatre of Alexandria has released their planned 2014-2015 season.




Synetic Theater Hamlet…The Rest is Silence

By • Mar 15th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

Synetic’s Hamlet…the rest is silence is an achievement to be experienced for the first time, or once again.




The Madeira School Footloose

By • Mar 14th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

With rocking tunes, an impressive cast, and their journey to reclaim dance for the town of Bomont, Footloose was a hit.




Oakcrest School Schoolhouse Rock Live!

By • Mar 14th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

With lots of joy and a solid ensemble, Oakcrest’s production brought out the child in everyone.




Little Theatre of Alexandria Proof

By • Mar 12th, 2014 • Category: Reviews

LTA’s production never loses sight of the key point that Proof is a play about emotions, not equations.