Rapunzel, starring Felicia Curry as the feisty teenage heroine, has earned an extra week at Imagination Stage, and will now close May 26th. Jayne Blanchard described the musical, written by the two creators of the Emmy Award-winning television show “Friends”, as ” replete with light, tuneful ditties with witty lyrics that remind you of Into the […]
Archives for April 26, 2012
If you’re among the many, many Washingtonians who love good vocal and choral music, you can’t do better than to head on down to the Atlas Performing Arts Center to catch the Washington Savoyards’ great current offering, A Grand Night for Singing.
I was certainly alive during the reign of Joseph Alsop as a syndicated political columnist, but the truth is he and his writings never attracted me, so I approached David Auburn’s play The Columnist with little background information and no particular interest.
Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre has announced a 2012-2013 season which will close down its 1727 North Charles Street venue with the memory of war, and then inaugurate its tenure at its new downtown Inner Harbor location on 315 West Fayette Street with a series of domestic dramas and comedies, full of strategy and explosiveness.
When faced with the choice between the safety of a familiar life and the potential of an unwritten future, which would you choose? In Quotidian Theatre’s poignant production of Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa, five sisters maintain a comfortable yet monotonous routine in a small shared house, until male interlopers, implacable economic forces, and their […]
Over the past seventeen years, the Young Playwrights’ Theater has reached over 8,000 elementary, middle and high school students throughout the greater D.C. area with free, in-depth playwriting and literacy workshops. During that time they have professionally produced 240 plays and performed for more than 83,000 people while employing over 600 area theatre artists.