Archives for November 12, 2012

Cyrano de Bergerac

The Roundabout is offering us some very large scale productions this season, and Cyrano de Bergerac at the American Airlines Theatre is certainly one of them. Edmond Rostand wrote it in 1897 and  it was inspired by the adventures of the real “Cyrano” who romped around France in the mid seventeenth century during the reigns […]

STC’s next – get thee to the tavern for Scotland Fringe hit Prudencia Hart

A taste of Scottish culture and an extraordinary journey can be washed down with an ice-cold beer, courtesy of a traveling troupe of actors who will perform in one of D.C.’s popular bars.

Michael Stebbins on directing Barrie’s ghost story Mary Rose

Michael Stebbins had to grow up, but lately he’s been thinking about the boy who never did. Peter Pan’s undying, almost mythic legacy led Stebbins, the Producing Artistic Director at Rep Stage, to read more deeply into the works of J. M. Barrie. It was here that he discovered Mary Rose, a chilling and powerful […]

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