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Megan Behm News

NextStop Theatre Company Announces 2022/2023 Season Photo NextStop Theatre Company Announces 2022/2023 Season
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2022

NextStop Theatre Company has announced their tenth professional season of theater in Northern Virginia. The company's first full season since the start of the pandemic will feature a wide assortment of titles ranging from beloved classics to bold new area premieres.

BWW Review: ADA AND THE  ENGINE at Avant Bard Theatre Photo BWW Review: ADA AND THE ENGINE at Avant Bard Theatre
by Megan Gray - Mar 11, 2022

The compelling story of Ada Lovelace is back at Avant Bard Theater after being postponed due to the pandemic for nearly two years. Ada and the Engine by Lauren Gunderson runs approximately two hours and is set in the midst of the British Industrial Revolution surrounding Ada (Dina Soltan), a young scientist/mathematician, and Charles Babbage (Matthew Pauli), her intellectual soul mate. Both Ada and Charles play a fundamental role in the creation of an “Analytical Engine”, the first resemblance of what a computer would be. While it was Charles who invented this powerful, calculating machine, it was Ada who gave it life and a soul by programming it.

BWW Interview: Theatre Life with William T. Newman Jr. Photo BWW Interview: Theatre Life with William T. Newman Jr.
by Elliot Lanes - Dec 7, 2021

Today’s subject William T. Newman Jr. is currently living his theatre life portraying the esteemed African-American playwright August Wilson in How I Learned What I Learned at WSC Avant Bard. The production marks the company’s return to LIVE performances and runs through December 19th at Gunston Arts Center in Theatre Two.

BWW Review: HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED at Avant Bard Theatre Photo BWW Review: HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED at Avant Bard Theatre
by Roger Catlin - Dec 5, 2021

August Wilson was always a font of stories. In addition to the 10 plays of his lauded Pittsburgh Cycle, there were books, essays and poems largely about the African-American experience.

Avant Bard Theatre Announces Next Season Photo Avant Bard Theatre Announces Next Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 26, 2021

Avant Bard Theatre today announced its next season, which marks a grateful return to live theatre after more than a year of remote performances and programming. This season also marks the first under Avant Bard’s five producing partners: artistic leaders Megan Behm, DeMone Seraphin, Alyssa Sanders, Dina Soltan, and Sara Barker.

NextStop Theatre Company Announces Fall 2021 Season Photo NextStop Theatre Company Announces Fall 2021 Season
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 15, 2021

Producing Artistic Director Evan Hoffmann announces the full reopening of NextStop Theatre Company with the first shows of their eighth season of professional theatre in Northern Virginia. The Fall 2021 Season at NextStop will bring the excitement of live, full-scale performances back to Herndon.

BST Opens HENRY THE FIFTH, The Final Production In Their King's Shadow Repertory Photo BST Opens HENRY THE FIFTH, The Final Production In Their King's Shadow Repertory
by Stephi Wild - Mar 6, 2020

The final chapter of The King's Shadow is about to begin. Henry the Fifth, opening March 14, 2020, completes the first season in Brave Spirits Theatre's two-year project to stage Shakespeare's eight history plays about the Wars of the Roses. During a tumultuous period of less than a hundred years, England experienced civil war and political upheaval as the throne switched hands nine times. Shakespeare dramatized these events over the course of his career in eight remarkable plays: Richard the Second, Henry the Fourth Part 1, Henry the Fourth Part 2, Henry the Fifth, Henry the Sixth Part 1, Henry the Sixth Part 2, Henry the Sixth Part 3, and Richard the Third. Brave Spirits Theatre is making history by becoming the first professional American theatre company to mount full productions of Shakespeare's two tetralogies and perform them in repertory.

Full Cast Has Been Announced For Avant Bard Theatre's Spring Repertory Photo Full Cast Has Been Announced For Avant Bard Theatre's Spring Repertory
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 21, 2020

Avant Bard Theatre has announced the full cast for the launch of their 30th Anniversary Mainstage Season, the Avant Bard Spring Repertory. The Rep features Avant Bard's long-awaited return to Tennessee Williams with Suddenly Last Summer, directed by Artistic Director Emeritus Christopher Henley.

Brave Spirits Theatre Presents In Upcoming Season THE KING'S SHADOW Photo Brave Spirits Theatre Presents In Upcoming Season THE KING'S SHADOW
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 17, 2019

During a tumultuous period of less than a hundred years, England experienced civil war and political upheaval as the throne switched hands nine times. Shakespeare dramatized these events over the course of his career in eight remarkable plays: Richard the Second, Henry the Fourth Part 1, Henry the Fourth Part 2, Henry the Fifth, Henry the Sixth Part 1, Henry the Sixth Part 2, Henry the Sixth Part 3, and Richard the Third. With an ensemble of twenty actors, Brave Spirits Theatre will stage these eight plays over the next two years, culminating in marathon performance weekends during July 2021.

Avant Bard Announces 30th Anniversary Season Photo Avant Bard Announces 30th Anniversary Season
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 12, 2019

WSC Avant Bard, celebrating 30 years of thoughtful, provocative work, announces three mainstage productions including a spring repertory, as well as an upcoming benefit featuring comic poetry readings from local acting icons Holly Twyford and Rick Foucheux.