Broadway vet Richard Seff reviews A Little Night Music, Encore’s Fanny, ad Mr. and Mrs. Fitch
Archives for February 2010
Signature’s 20 anniversary production is a full-throated Sweeney Todd; a roaring in-the-raw production, demented, dangerous and fierce.
There’s magic in the casting and direction of this Rep Stage production of The Glass Menagerie, that is sure to please theatre newbies as well as diehard Tennessee Williams fans.
Center Stage lets the sun shine in with a vibrant and splendidly acted production of Let There Be Love, a 2008 tragicomedy by British West Indian playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah about aging, immigration and social change.
For the next three weekends, that gorgeous lobby of the Atlas Performing Arts Center will truly come alive as musicians, dancers, actors, and poets join with their audiences to celebrate their individuality and commonality with INTERSECTIONS: A New America Arts Festival. This is a major festival, with 21 events on the opening weekend alone. We […]
It is 1397, and Richard II (Michael Hayden) is about to undergo one of the greatest falls in the history of England, told here with exceptional lucidity by Shakespeare Theatre.
A Theatregoer’s Guide to the English Monarchs (Post-Hastings) as compiled by Tim Treanor Poets, madmen, geniuses, buffoons — the monarchs of England seem to have been designed for playwrights. Here’s a list of them, their entrances and exits, and how our playwrights (and other artists) made art from them.
Grease is the Word…and it’s a fantastic one. Most likely, at the end, you’ll be twisting and hand-jiving up the aisles
Shakespeare Theatre 2010-2011 6-play season announcement includes the rarely produced musical, Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, and their first production of Cymbeline.
The sad news spread quickly this past weekend throughout the theatre community that Marianne Philbin, longtime Arena Stage head house manager and friend to audience members and staff as well, passed away on Saturday 13, 2010.
Roman Gusso gives a bravura, take-no-prisoners performance as the tormented talk show host Barry Champlain in Stroyka Theatre’s Talk Radio.
Washington Stage Guild performs this world premiere adaptation in its new home, the Undercroft Theatre, 900 Massachusetts Ave, NW.