This is a play in which two long-dead men argue, without resolution, about an issue which has been settled for years. Why is it that a hundred fifty years later, the Lincoln-Douglas debates can still grip our hearts, and move us to tears?
Archives for January 2010
This is a play about people who talk about killing themselves, cobbled together from text found at pro-suicide Internet addresses and underscored with superb choreography and fabulous music.
Arlington, VA based theatre company Firebelly Productions, has ceased producing after 16 productions over 8 years.
MetroStage’s Mahalia, A Gospel Musical is a tribute to the late, great gospel warrior who captivated the nation and audiences around the world with her distinctive soulful voice and effervescent delivery.
He’s played Max Bialystock more often than Nathan Lane, now Brad Oscar talks to DCTS while on the road with another Mel Brooks’ musical, Young Frankenstein.
Constellation Theatre puts its indelible mark on Three Sisters, Checkhov’s classic rumination about life, death, and everything in between.
Director Daniel De Raey and his two-man cast foster a wealth of good comic realism in this new study of camaraderie and competition by the emerging writer Itamar Moses.
In Series Opera and The Washington Ballet Studio Companies have collaborated in a great leap forward to celebrate the genius of Mozart.
Nominees for Washington, DC’s annual Helen Hayes Awards were announced, 1st Stage wins John Aniello Outstanding Emerging Company, and new category added recognizing Theatre for Young Audiences.
Synetic Family Theater tells the tale of Puss and his dancing boots.
Synetic member Ben Cunis suffered an injury that could have been career-ending. Instead, he’s back and ready to co-star with Irina Tsikurishvili in Antony and Cleopatra.
Based on Puccini’s La Boheme, RENT is a rock opera that tells the story of one year in the life of friends living the Bohemian life in New York City in the late 1980’s.