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Review: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF at Olney Theatre Center

This production of Fiddler - a fresh take on a beloved musical - is thought provoking, and perfectly pitched. Guaranteed to delight viewers of all ages!

Review: PUBLIC OBSCENITIES at Woolly Mammoth

What did our critic think of PUBLIC OBSCENITIES at Woolly Mammoth?

Interview: Theatre Life with Danielle A. Drakes and Kelsey Mesa

Today’s subjects Danielle A. Drakes and Kelsey Mesa are currently living their theatre lives as the director and playwright respectively of Taffety Punk Theatre Company’s World Premiere production of La Salpêtrière. The show runs through October fourteenth at the company’s artistic home Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW).

Review: FELA! at Olney Theatre Center

It’s only the third time the Maryland regional powerhouses have collaborated, and people still recall their only other two such efforts, “Angels in America” in 2016 and “In the Heights in 2017. “Fela!” will be equally well-remembered alongside them. 

Review: FUN HOME at Studio Theatre

Fun Home made history by opening the door for a more queer future for musical theatre—and Studio Theatre’s production presents every character’s humanity and each meticulously crafted beat with intensity and grace.

Photos: First Look at 1st Stage's THE LAST MATCH

The 1st Stage production of The Last Match by Anna Ziegler features Fabiolla Da Silva, Drew Kopas (previously seen in Airness), Ethan Miller (previously seen in Swimming with Whales), and Lynette Rathnam (previously seen in The Phlebotomist). The production is directed by 1st Stage Artistic Director, Alex Levy. Check out production photos here!

Review: INCENDIARY at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Let me tell you a bit about myself. Even before the death of George Floyd and the political earthquake that followed, I have long been of the opinion that drastic and systemic changes are needed in the American judicial system.


ExPats Theatre’s production of The Body of a Woman as a Battlefield, directed by Karin Rosnizeck, features two great actors, but stumbles with low production quality and a script which doesn’t do its characters justice. 

Review: THE WORLD GOES 'ROUND at Olney Theatre Center

Make tracks to Olney Theatre Center and catch The World Goes 'Round!


Paul Morella's one man telling of this classic Christmas story is a theatrical tour de force.

Review: THE RAINMAKER at 1st Stage

American literature has a soft spot for con artists, those ruffians who, lacking the skills or inclination to earn an honest living, prosper by using sheer charm and creativity to tell other people what they most want to hear. These rapscallions, despite living by lying, often find themselves in a position to help other characters discover certain truths about themselves. 1st Stage's production of N. Edward Nash's 1954 play The Rainmaker is an enjoyable and entertaining visit with one such miscreant.

Photos: First Look at THE RAINMAKER at 1st Stage

1st Stage is now presenting The Rainmaker, written by N. Richard Nash and directed by Deidra LaWan Starnes, through December 11, 2022. Check out all new production photos here!

Review: JUST FOR US at Woolly Mammoth

What did our critic think of JUST FOR US at Woolly Mammoth?

Handsome Production, Tedious Script: THE LION IN WINTER at Everyman Theatre

You not only have to have the talent to do the technical side of costume drama well, and have actors who can emote convincingly and then (in this case) reverse gears convincingly, and then reverse gears again as many times as the script calls for. You need a script that doesn’t make them do it so often it makes the audience stop following and stop caring. That is a bar this script doesn't clear.

Review: THE MUSIC MAN at Olney Theatre Center

This new take on a beloved classic is fun and family friendly.

Review: RED VELVET Captivates on Opening Night at Shakespeare Theatre Company

The Shakespeare Theatre Company wraps up its 2021/2022 season with a brilliant production of Red Velvet, directed by Jade King Carroll, playing now at the Michael R. Klein Theatre through July 17, 2022.


The magical, whimsical world of Dredgie McGee will delight children and adults alike. Don't miss this wonderful romp under the sea.

Photos: First Look at Everyman Theatre's Premiere Production of CRYING ON TELEVISION

Everyman Theatre will close out its live, 2021/2022 season with R. Eric Thomas's World Premiere comedy, CRYING ON TELEVISION. The production at Everyman Theatre is directed by Reginald L. Douglas and runs from May 31 through June 26, 2022. At-home streaming is also available from June 17 through July 10.

BWW Interview: Theatre Life with Ivania Stack

Today’s subject Ivania Stack is currently living her theatre life as the costume designer for There’s Always the Hudson at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. The production runs through June fifth.

BWW Review: OUR TOWN at Shakespeare Theatre Company

The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Our Town is a triumphant production of vitality, and consequence. Thornton Wilder’s classic—a work that captures the universal experience of being alive—takes on new resonance and depth in the capable hands of an extraordinary ensemble. This play is immediate—one to see and share and talk about.

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