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Are you a Shakespeare fan who might not have the funds available to see a show at the Shakespeare Theatre Company, or maybe just haven’t had something to push you in the right direction?
Well, STC’s annual Free For All might be just right for you. The Washington tradition has the theatre offering free performances […]
Karen Zacarías’ new play Destiny of Desire opens September 11 at Arena Stage at the Mead Theater for American Theater. Her award-winning plays include The Book Club Play, Legacy of Light, Mariela in the Desert, The Sins of Sor Juana, the adaptations of Just Like Us and How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accent plus many more. She collaborated on the libretto for Sleepy […]
One comfort in losing my mother at the age of 66 is that she comes to me in my dreams. Many nights, we get nocturnal do-overs as she stands before me healthy, warm and whole—the mother I remember, the mother as familiar to me as breathing.
Marcia E. Cole is a native Washingtonian who in the process of re-invention, received her BA in Early Childhood Education in 2014 from the University of the District of Columbia. Her new play, A Matter of Worth, produced by Live Garra Theatre, opens September 16, 2015.
His dream was to play Jean Valjean and on June 23rd, 2015, Kyle Jean-Baptiste, an African-American actor from Brooklyn, made Broadway history when he became the first African-American and, at 21, the youngest actor to play the lead in Les Misérables.
It pains me to write this review of Dogfight at the Keegan Theatre. I’ve been a Keegan patron for years and was happy to experience its newly renovated space for the first time (it debuted in June), a fine accomplishment in this scrappy little theater’s trajectory.
E. M. Lewis is an award-winning playwright and librettist. Her new play Now Comes the Night opens at 1st Stage September 18.
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