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(L-R) Nathan Whitmer as James Morell and David Bryan Jackson as Mr. Burgess in Candid Photo

(L-R) Nathan Whitmer as James Morell and David Bryan Jackson as Mr. Burgess in Candida by George Bernard Shaw at Washington Stage Guild through October 20. Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography.

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10/02/2019
(L-R) Danny Beason as Lexy Mill and Danielle Scott as Prosperpine Garnett in Candida  Photo

(L-R) Danny Beason as Lexy Mill and Danielle Scott as Prosperpine Garnett in Candida by George Bernard Shaw at Washington Stage Guild through October 20. Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography.

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10/02/2019
(L-R) Ben Ribler as Eugene Marchbanks and David Bryan Jackson as Mr. Burgess in Candi Photo

(L-R) Ben Ribler as Eugene Marchbanks and David Bryan Jackson as Mr. Burgess in Candida by George Bernard Shaw at Washington Stage Guild through October 20. Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography.

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10/02/2019
(L to R) Kashayna Johnson as Annie and Vaughn Ryan Midder as Malik in Milk Like Sugar Photo

(L to R) Kashayna Johnson as Annie and Vaughn Ryan Midder as Malik in Milk Like Sugar at Mosaic Theater Company of DC, November 2-27, 2016. Photo by Ryan Maxwell.

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11/04/2016
(L to R) Tyasia Velines as Keera and Kashayna Johnson as Annie in Milk Like Sugar at  Photo

(L to R) Tyasia Velines as Keera and Kashayna Johnson as Annie in Milk Like Sugar at Mosaic Theater Company of DC, November 2-27, 2016. Photo by Ryan Maxwell.

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Review: TEMPERED: A CABARET at 4615 Theatre Company Photo Review: TEMPERED: A CABARET at 4615 Theatre Company
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Aug 1, 2022

'tempered' isn’t going to cure or remove your rage – it will still be there. But there’s something freeing about leaning into it, about sharing it through music and poetry, that makes carrying it much more bearable.

Review: FIRES IN THE MIRROR: CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN AND OTHER IDENTITIES at Theater  Photo Review: FIRES IN THE MIRROR: CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN AND OTHER IDENTITIES at Theater J
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Jun 16, 2022

'Fires in the Mirror: Crown Heights, Brooklyn and Other Identities' is an intense, but fascinating portrait of community and identity, with a powerhouse creative team on and off the stage.

BWW Review: NATHAN THE WISE at Theater J / Folger Theatre Photo BWW Review: NATHAN THE WISE at Theater J / Folger Theatre
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Mar 24, 2022

'Nathan the Wise' handily lives up to the reputation of the two powerhouse theaters behind it. With a beautiful message, a solid cast and creative team, and a spirited atmosphere, 'Nathan the Wise' is one of those productions you want to cheer during the curtain call, then immediately go back and watch it again.

BWW News: Local Singer/Songwriter/Performer Juliet Lloyd Pens New Song with all Proce Photo BWW News: Local Singer/Songwriter/Performer Juliet Lloyd Pens New Song with all Proceeds to Benefit Theatre Lab School Of The Dramatic Arts
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 24, 2022

Who says people are not giving back during this pandemic? Local singer/songwriter/actress is doing just that with the release of 'Ghost Light'. It's a song written about the struggles that theatres are having all over the world as the pandemic continues.

BWW Review: A Subtle SEVEN GUITARS at Arena Stage Photo BWW Review: A Subtle SEVEN GUITARS at Arena Stage
by Benjamin Tomchik - Dec 4, 2021

August Wilson’s story of seven friends in post-war Pittsburgh may take a while to get started, but don’t let the slow pace or lengthy run time fool you. The play, and Arena’s production, have all the ingredients of great drama - rich characters, powerful writing, and human introspection - and together they simmer and tell a timeless story about race and economic inequality in America.

BWW REVIEW: TONI STONE AT ARENA STAGE Photo BWW REVIEW: TONI STONE AT ARENA STAGE
by Hannah Wing - Sep 12, 2021

Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Toni Stone at Arena Stage, directed by Pam MacKinnon, gives Toni (Santoya Fields) the power to tell her own story — the way she wants to tell it. 

BWW News: The Theatre Lab 10th Annual DRAMATHON will Stream on December 11th Photo BWW News: The Theatre Lab 10th Annual DRAMATHON will Stream on December 11th
by Elliot Lanes - Dec 4, 2020

The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts presents an evening of world-premiere plays, professionally directed and performed live by professional actors and Theatre Lab supporters in the 10th Annual Dramathon online on Friday, December 11 at 7:30pm. 

BWW Review: MUSEUM 2040 at 4615 Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: MUSEUM 2040 at 4615 Theatre Company
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Mar 10, 2020

'Museum 2040' is a stunning, meticulous look at the future we face if we don't break out of the cycles that have become a part of American life. Renee Calarco's world-building is impressively, hauntingly, realistic, and it's beautifully brought to life by 4615's incredible cast and crew.

BWW Review: THE TOXIC AVENGER: THE MUSICAL at Rorschach Theatre Photo BWW Review: THE TOXIC AVENGER: THE MUSICAL at Rorschach Theatre
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 12, 2020

With very few exceptions stage musicals based off of comic books and horror movies are never truly successful. You're a Good Man Charlie Brown and Little Shop of Horrors are two very rare examples where those genres succeeded commercially.

BWW Review: A MEASURE OF CRUELTY at 4615 Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: A MEASURE OF CRUELTY at 4615 Theatre Company
by Rachael Goldberg - Jan 19, 2020

'A Measure of Cruelty' is a deep, intimate portrait of what happens when social norms and expectations drive people to act in ways that are more damaging than fulfilling, more harmful than helpful, and how to break the cycles of violence and anger we think need to define us, especially men.

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BWW News: Local Singer/Songwriter/Performer Juliet Lloyd Pens New Song with all Proce VideoBWW News: Local Singer/Songwriter/Performer Juliet Lloyd Pens New Song with all Proceeds to Benefit Theatre Lab School Of The Dramatic Arts
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 24, 2022

Who says people are not giving back during this pandemic? Local singer/songwriter/actress is doing just that with the release of 'Ghost Light'. It's a song written about the struggles that theatres are having all over the world as the pandemic continues.