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Home tonight? Watch Truth, new Sojourner Truth musical, live streamed from DC

February 27th 2015 by Lorraine Treanor Leave a Comment

In an innovative move, the creators and executive producers of Truth the musical are staging its world premiere here in DC with a three night run (Feb 26 – 28, 2015) at THEARC Theater in Anacostia and live streaming it worldwide for free Friday night, Feb 27th at 7:30pm.

Cops called on Kushner play

February 27th 2015 by Guest writer Leave a Comment

“It was a Tuesday night, our second full read thru, and we were at [producer] Aubri O’Connor’s house,” recalls Angela Kay Pirko, director of NuSass Productions’ spring show, Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day. “The play itself has some very – uh –active moments, and we were really getting into it, banging on tables […]

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