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BWW Review: THE LITTLE MERMAID Swims into Imagination Stage
by Hannah Wing - Jun 27, 2016

Imagination Stage's world premiere production of 'The Little Mermaid', directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer, adapts Andersen's story into a musical interpretation filled with original songs and choreography.

BWW Review: EQUUS Chills as Constellation Theatre
by Emma Kouguell - Jan 19, 2016

As a society, we often view extreme acts of 'passion,' whether it be motivated by anger, lust, or sadness, as negative, resulting in pain, or as something to be 'fixed.' Instead, we strive for normalcy and balance, obliterating any despair and following our established routine of life. What we often don't realize is that 'normal' can lead to an emptiness in connection, desire, and motivation that those who feel exceptional passion do not suffer. Is it possible for the 'normal' to make room for the extreme in their own lives?

BWW Reviews: Imagination Stage Presents DOUBLE TROUBLE
by Heather Nadolny - Jul 2, 2015

DOUBLE TROUBLE, despite its classic story, scenic quality and talented actors, ultimately suffers from a faulty adaptation that feels too rushed and in need of major changes.

The Rainbow Theatre Project's Generation Q Staged Reading Series Continues 2/9
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2015

The Rainbow Theatre Project is back to kick off the second-half of its sophomore season with the next installment of its successful Generation Q Staged Reading Series: Bryna Turner's How to Separate Your Soul from Your Body (in ten easy steps) and Steven Korbar's short play, A Quick Stop at the Florist. The reading takes place Monday, February 9, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at Source in Washington, D.C.

BWW Reviews: 101 DALMATIONS Come to Imagination
by Itai Yasur - Nov 24, 2014

The original score by Cushing is a surprising gem, with extremely well written and witty lyrics and catchy, memorable music sung with bravado and finesse by the talented cast.

BWW Reviews: Imagination Stage Delights with its Production of THE BFG, Adapted by David Wood from Roald Dahl's Children's Novel
by Audrey Liebross - Jul 3, 2014

Imagination Stage, in Bethesda, has scored yet another home run with its production of THE BFG, adapted by David Wood, OBE, from Roald Dahl's children's novel, and directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer and Eric J. Van Wyck. Parents will find themselves laughing along with their kids at Dahl's and Wood's irreverent humor, including an extended riff on the biologically impolite results of reversing the direction of the bubbles in soda pop. The more mature members of the audience will chuckle at the modern cultural references. This production is a must-see.

Photo Flash: First Look at THE BFG at Imagination Stage
by BWW News Desk - Jun 27, 2014

Imagination Stage is the new home of Giant Country in The BFG (Big Friendly Giant), a play based on the book by Roald Dahl and adapted by David Wood. Co-directed by Imagination Stage's Associate Artistic Director Kathryn Chase Bryer and Eric J. Van Wyk of Viterbo University, The BFG integrates puppetry, rich visuals, and imaginative storytelling as Sophie and the Big Friendly Giant go on a magical journey to save the children of England. Scroll down for a first look at the cast onstage!

BWW Reviews: Political Satire Triumphs in Studio's EDGAR AND ANNABEL
by Elizabeth Bruce - Dec 19, 2013

EDGAR AND ANNABEL by Sam Holcroft, now making its US Premiere at Studio Theatre's 2nd Stage as the kick-off of its New British Invasion series, evokes as many meanings and sub-meanings as this wildly funny political satire can bear.

BWW Reviews: THE AGONY AND ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS: THE MUSICAL Premieres at Capital Fringe
by Jennifer Perry - Jul 21, 2013

This Fringe show has definite potential.

Production Art / THE BFG at Imagination Stage Now Thru Aug 10
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001

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