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Ally Theatre Company Presents DHANA AND THE ROSEBUDS Photo Ally Theatre Company Presents DHANA AND THE ROSEBUDS
by Julie Musbach - Oct 10, 2019

Ally Theatre Company presents a??Dhana and the Rosebudsa??, an original devised piece created by documentarian and journalist Federica Cellini that will play at Joe's Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier, Maryland November 1-23 2019.

BWW Review: SHOPWORN at Capital Fringe Festival is a Real Diamond in the Rough Photo BWW Review: SHOPWORN at Capital Fringe Festival is a Real Diamond in the Rough
by Sam Abney - Jul 19, 2018

With over 80 plays to choose from, Capital Fringe Festival can be overwhelming for the average theatergoer. There are plenty of good choices ranging from over-the-top comedies to funky experimental dramas to allegories and satires and everything in between. Obviously, with so many offerings, there will be works that fail to execute their artistic vision effectively. Thankfully, Derek Hills's Shopworn, which opened on Tuesday night at Capital Fringe's Orange venue (Christ United Methodist Church), is a true diamond in the rough: a family drama that provides modern commentary without getting too preachy. It is thoroughly delightful and a perfect selection for Fringe veterans and first-timers alike.

BWW Review: BLOOD KNOT at Mosaic Theater Company
by Pamela Roberts - Apr 5, 2017

BLOOD KNOT is an apartheid-era Cain and Abel tale of half-brothers, Morris and Zachariah, who share a mother and a history, but have been separated by color and opportunity. Morris, whose light skin has allowed him to pass as white within South Africa's codified racial stratification, has benefited from opportunities unavailable to his darker-skinned brother.

Photo Flash: Mosaic Theater Co Launches South Africa: Then & Now Repertory with BLOOD KNOT
by Julie Musbach - Apr 2, 2017

Photo Flash: Mosaic Theater Co Launches Rep with BLOOD KNOT

BWW Reviews: THE DISH at Capital Fringe is Risky Foodie Fun
by Heather Nadolny - Jul 23, 2014

Cupcakes! 14th St! Pho! THE DISH, currently running as part of Capital Fringe, gives audiences a somewhat tumultuous glance at fame and the DC food scene.

by Heather Nadolny - Nov 3, 2013

Despite a few bumps, H STREET HOUSEWIVES gives Fringe audiences a happy hour of escape into not only local theatre, but also the mental junk food that is reality TV.