Fred Thompson preps for his Expert Witness date at STC by taking a few questions

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– On Monday, March 18 at 7.30 p.m., The Shakespeare Theatre’s “Expert Witnesses” series will feature a Watergate investigator, an actor, a lawyer, a U.S. Senator, and a former candidate for President of the United States – and they’re all one guy: The Hon. Fred Dalton Thompson, Republican of Tennessee. I had a chance to […]

Book of Mormon ticket demand crashes Kennedy Center site. Again

Tickets went on sale to the general public this morning for The Book of Mormon, and within minutes, the flood of ticket seekers crashed the Kennedy Center’s site. (It’s still not available as of this writing.) We are told by a source inside the Kennedy Center that the lines at the Box Office are quite […]

WSC lands two venues to finish its season

Although its forced exile from its residence at Artisphere compelled WSC to abandon its plan to produce a spring rep series, the company announced today it has resolved, temporarily, its need for playing space, and has a re-vamped spring season.

Studio’s next 11 play Season features Award-Winners, Michael Kahn, new plays, and a bloody musical

Michael Kahn will make his Studio Theatre directing debut and Stephen King’s bloody thriller Carrie will find its way to Studio’s stage as a musical during its 2013-2014 season, the company announced yesterday.

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