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Monologue Madness championship tournament, Sunday, March 29

March 24th 2015 by Keith Loria Leave a Comment

While this year’s NCAA Basketball Tournament has so far been brutal for our area teams—with Georgetown, Maryland and Virginia all being ousted in the second round, there’s another bracket that people in the region can get excited about.

Source Festival play among six Steinberg Award finalists

March 19th 2015 by Tim Treanor Leave a Comment

For the second year in a row, a play which debuted at DC’s Source Festival is in line for a playwriting award.

Last year, Topher Payne’s Perfect Arrangement received the American Theatre Critics Association’s $1,000 M. Elizabeth Osborne Award for top play by an emerging writer.

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