A roundup of some of this week’s theatrical news and notes from Center Stage, Theatre Lab, Studio Theatre, The Kennedy Center and Studio 2ndStage.
Archives for July 2, 2015
Double Trouble (AKA The Parent Trap) at Imagination Stage (review)
Double Trouble, now playing at Imagination Stage, is a charming world premiere musical that works on every level. It’s funny, well-acted, and delivers an endearing story and wonderful music.
Baba: A Capital Fringe Peek
– Solo performer Alex Mahgoub responds to some questions from DC Theatre Scene. – Tell us about the moment where you said to yourself: “I just have to do this!” I remember a long time ago my mom saying something like, “Alex your life in New York City is so crazy, you could do your own […]
When We Grow Up: a Capital Fringe Peek
When We Grow Up hasn’t always been the interactive, game-like theatre experience we know it as today. It started out as a single idea. At a Critical Point Theatre ensemble meeting, Matthew Schott (now in the cast) asked: “What if we did a play where you had to become the first thing you wanted to […]