Cabaret Macabre

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The third annual Cabaret Macabre offers audiences an inventive walk on the weird side of life, just in time for Halloween. In an evening of eerie Victorian mishaps, Mark Jaster, Sabrina Mandell, and the creative bunch at Happenstance Theater push the bounds of live theater with off-the-wall characters, creepy music, and gracefully choreographed madness.

Pygmalion

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For those who have come to know the irascible George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion chiefly from the Cinderella romances of subsequent iterations, there are many recognizable commonalities to feel comfort with in the excellent production underway from those dedicated Shavians at Washington Stage Guild.

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