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  1. James Fogg says:

    Nice service. Thanks!
    My wife & I will be in the DC area one night only,     July 28, which happens to be our 25th Anniversary. We’re looking for a good musical to see, or a good play (prefer musical). Music Man and Grease are playing, but we have seen both of them several times.
    More info..my wife is a professional actor, stage & screen, and a director of plays. She is somewhat interested in Shakespeare. We are from Minneapolis.
    We might also like a good concert. We have a rental car so transportation is not a problem.
    Any suggestions?

  2. linda perry says:

    I receive from Alexandria movie group meetup notices of Opera at AMC Hoffman movie theater eg Parsifal tomoRrow at 11 am but when I try to forward the notice to the yahoo email address from which lorraine..43 posts on “footlightsdc”. I receive notice that said yahoo address has been discontinued- which it has not. Anyway, I have nothing to do with organizing any meetup group just wanted you to know that you can see a rendition of Opera for a low rate There is another next Wednesday…

  3. I stumbled on a couple of Steven McKnight’s old articles summarizing the best new plays in the D.C. area in prior seasons (2010-11, 2011-12) and was quite interested and rather delighted in his pithy summaries and good predictions regarding many plays that have since become quite well known and had New York runs or significant life in regional theatre. I’d love to be in direct contact with him regarding a story for my blog http://www.TheatrePlaybyPlay — which focuses on new works in theatre — his dramaturgical sense (or prescience) might be a story itself. Steven, if you see this, please contact me — I’m a big fan.

  4. Thanks for the compliment, Susan. Steve will be in touch.

  5. Sarabecca Rosier says:

    Can I please have the phone # of a LIVE knowledgeable person at Capitol Fringe?

    Thanx. Sarabecca

  6. Mike Vanden Heuvel says:

    I am interested in teaching Kipp Cheng’s adaptation of “Einstein’s Dreams,” which you produced some time ago. I haven’t been able to reach the author and wonder if you might have contact information, or an acting version of the text handy (this would be for educational use only with no intention to produce the play).

  7. Vince Griffin says:

    Hello. The IMF has a quantity of surplus binders that we like to donate. Perhaps they may can repurposed to hold screenplays, production design bible(s)? Please let us know if your oganization may be interested?

  8. I very much appreciate your collection of theater reviews. You are my one stop shop for selecting a show. Is there any way to sign up to have all new posted reviews emailed to me automatically when posted?

  9. Diane Schroth says:

    I assume you didn’t review Savion Glover at Montgomery
    College on Thursday evening. It was fantastic!

  10. Hello, my name is Peter. I am a professional theatrical entertainer / Comedian. I travel the country and perform on cruise ships. My comedy was also seen on Oprah 3 years ago. I’m looking to produce a comedy show in the DC area as part of a fundraiser for a local charity called “Fallen Heroes.”

    The theater should hold around 400-600 people.

    Can you accommodate? If so, would I speak to? Thanks so much.

  11. We’re coming to DC. I can’t get an address to email you our information. Can you give it to me please? We’d like to find out what’s happening between May 17th and 21st.

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