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March 31, 2015
Noted playwright Amy Herzog's AFTER THE REVOLUTION tells the tale of three generations of the Joseph family, shaken by moral and political views and a shocking family secret revealed.BWW Reviews: Not Happily Ever After: INTERLOCK
January 13, 2015
Ira Levin's dark psychological drama, INTERLOCK, runs through Feb. 8th at Baltimore's Vagabond Players' theater.BWW Reviews: A Pleasing Repast - THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER
December 3, 2014
The Spotlighters brings George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's comedy, THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. to their intimate stage just in time for the holidays.BWW Reviews: ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Spotlighters by Guest Critic Mark Squirek
October 23, 2014
A humorous tribute to the science fiction and horror B movies of the late 1940s through early 1970s, the Rocky Horror Show featuring 'that sweet transvestite' and his motley crew time warp into the Spotlighters Theater in downtown Baltimore.BWW Reviews: Pretty Normal - NEXT TO NORMAL Now at Center Stage
October 20, 2014
Or perhaps a better title for this review should be "pretty typical," i.e. typical for a modern American musical.Sister Act Delivers -- Guest Critic Anne Shoemaker
June 10, 2014
SISTER ACT, the family friendly, over the top spectacle with nuns that rock, is now at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre through June 15, 2014.BWW Reviews: RUSSIAN REVOLUTION: 4 BY CHEKHOV by Guest Critic Mark Squirek
March 10, 2014
Manic mothers, desperate daughters, paranoid paramours and hassled husbands come together in Anton Chekhov's four short works,THE DANGERS OF TOBACCO, THE PROPOSAL, THE RELUCTANT TRAGIC HERO and THE BEAR, now at the Fells Point Corner Theater. -- review by guest critic, Mark SquirekBWW Reviews: Wartime Magic - WARHORSE at the Hippodrome
February 5, 2014
Winner of 5 Tony Awards, WAR HORSE, a tale of loyalty, courage, and friendship, comes to Baltimore's Hippodrome Theater, now through Feb. 9th.BWW Reviews: A Stove Top Hat Holiday: A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS
December 2, 2013
Nearly two dozen characters, spanning race, religion and class, come together on Christmas Eve in 1864 in Paula Vogel's work, "A Civil War Christmas"BWW Reviews: THE FALL OF HEAVEN Rises to the Occasion by Guest Critic Anne Shoemaker
November 25, 2013
Review of THE FALL OF HEAVEN by Guest Critic Anne Shoemaker:BWW Reviews: Nothing to Fear - WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
September 19, 2013
It's America's favorite neurotic, psychotic, alcoholic couple! Not Taylor and Burton, though granted both appeared as George and Martha in 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Their spirit is alive and well as this Edward Albee classic runs on the Spotlighters Theatre's diminutive stage, now through Oct. 6th.BWW Reviews: Center Stage's ANIMAL CRACKERS Is Right on the Marx
September 16, 2013
It's 'Hooray for Captain Spaulding, The African Explorer!' and hooray for the entire cast of ANIMAL CRACKERS who pay (and play) fitting homage to the Brothers Marx in this comedy music production at Baltimore's Center Stage.BWW Reviews: Saved by the Bell - ALL IN THE TIMING
August 19, 2013
Was it an ice pick or an axe that did in Communist pioneer Leon Trotsky? Can monkeys really write HAMLET? Is love the true universal language or is it 'Unamunda'? These questions and more are answered, quite comically, in the Fells Point Corner Theater's production of David Ives' ALL IN THE TIMING.CATF: The Plays Are The Thing
July 8, 2013
The Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF) at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WVA, is now underway through July 28th, featuring new plays from Liz Duffy Adams, Jon Kern, Jane Martin, Sam Shephard, and Mark St. Germain.BWW Reviews: Knowing Your Place - BENEATHA'S PLACE
May 20, 2013
Inspired by Lorraine Hansberry's 'A RAISIN IN THE SUN,' Kwame Kwei-Armah's 'Beneatha's Place' muses on what might have happened when Beneatha Younger and Nigerian political activist Joseph Asagai, left Chicago to live in a Nigeria still fighting for independence from British rule.BWW Reviews: Life's A Joke: TOPDOG/UNDERDOG at Everyman
April 29, 2013
Two African-American brothers named Lincoln and Booth were left to live on their own with any parents, surviving as street hustlers. Now grown men, their names and histories haunt them in Suzan-Lori Parks' play, TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, now at the Everyman Theatre.BWW Reviews: CLYBOURNE PARK - It's Not All Black and White
April 23, 2013
Center Stage announces the Baltimore premiere of Bruce Norris' 'Cylbourne Park,' the first of two plays slated to run in rotating repertory this spring as 'The Raisin Cycle,' picking up where playwright Lorraine Hansberry left off in her famed work, 'A Raisin in the Sun.'BWW Reviews: Fly The Muddy Skies: MUD BLUE SKY at Center Stage
April 2, 2013
Put three 40something flight attendants in a motel room, add a pot-dealing geek, some cognac, and shake--you've got Marisa Wegryzyn's comedy, 'Mud Blue Sky,' now at Baltimore's Center Stage theater.Ugly 'Beautiful Sisters' -- Les Belles Soeurs
March 18, 2013
Germaine has won a million S&H stamps. Her sisters and her neighbors rally to help her paste them into booklets...when they're not stuffing them in their purses. It's greed, hypocrisy, and a flurry of back-and-front stabbing comments in Michel Tremblay's 'Les Belles Soeurs' (The Sisters-in-Law) now at the Fells Point Corner Theatre in Baltimore City.BWW Reviews: THE LAST FIVE YEARS - Good Times
March 11, 2013
Cathy and Jamie are happy, they're married, they're not happy, they've split up. How this happens is told through the dual-timeline musical, 'The Last Five Years,' now at the Spotlighters Theater, now celebrating its 50th anniversary.
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