Audience members who have received their invitation to vote for DC Theatre Scene’s Audience Choice Awards have until 8pm tonight to cast their votes for favorite productions and performances.
Aug 18, 2010 — As the chance to register to vote in this year’s Audience Choice Awards draws to a close – deadline is tonight at midnight – we are getting a lot of questions from readers confused by our new voting procedure. Since we don’t want anyone to be disappointed, we’ll do our best […]
Looking back at the excellence in the 2009-2010 Hispanic Theatre season is really looking forward to more to come. This summer, after working in a coffee community, a voluntary collective of “fincas” (small farms), and living with a family in El Salvador, I emerge ever more wide-eyed and aware of the great need for more […]
This year, DC Theatre Scene writers and staff have given 212 nominations to the work of 42 area theatre companies and 118 performers and an additional 25 nominations for touring, (non-resident produced shows) for professional productions which opened in the DC area from August 15, 2009-August 1, 2010 You will find the list of companies […]
Musicals are my life and I saw a lot of them on DC-area stages in the past year – in professional theatres, community theatres, family theatres, children’s theatres, high schools, and programs that train young actors.
Question #3 in our series, getting ready for voting for the 2010 Audience Choice Awards. (In case you haven’t been following along, #1 is here, and #2 is here.) This fun exercise was dreamed up by Steven McKnight: Casting Challenge: Pick your favorite musical and play and cast the leads.
Here is the second in our series of questions thinking back over the past season as we get ready for the 2010 Audience Choice Awards. Again, Steven McKnight came up with it. Who were the most memorable characters you saw portrayed on a DC stage this season?
The 2009-2010 ends awash in melancholy, with the death of a great Washington theater leader following (by mere days!) the death of a promising young actor and singer. These tragic events serve as punctuation for a season we will remember with some sorrow.
To get ready for the opening of the polls to choose the DCTS Audience Choice Awards, we thought we would ask a series of questions to help us all think back over the season.
In describing the DC theatre scene to friends around the country, I emphasize the depth and diversity of the offerings here. That point is brought home each year when I look back on the season, particularly the new and original works which debuted in the DC area.