BWW Review: PAN IS DEAD at Auckland FringeBWW Review: PAN IS DEAD at Auckland Fringe
by Monica Moore - Feb 20, 2018

Myth and dystopia collide in Pan is Dead, a new dark fantasy musical from Theatre of Love.In a society where gender is obsolete and equality achieved, will the desire to dominate bind people in different ways? Are we capable of obtaining utopia? And who is Pan? A good shepherd or a lascivious predator? I was pleased that I ventured into the woods to find out for myself. (more...)

BWW Reviews: CATF 2014 - NORTH OF THE BOULEVARD Is an Authentic Comedy About Middle-Class Conflicts
by Johnna Leary - Aug 1, 2014

Written by Bruce Graham and directed by Ed Herendeen, North of the Boulevard is an enjoyable modern-day comedy with enough undertones of familial dysfunction and economic inequality to make the humor hit a little too close to home for many viewers. North of the Boulevard focuses on one evening near Christmas in a small time auto mechanic garage. Trip, Bear and Larry all work at typical middle-class jobs while Larry's father, Zee, is retired and generally acts as the elderly pain-in-the-ass around the shop. The four male friends get together, as usual, to discuss day-to-day lives and jobs and dream about easier lives with more money, where they could move to a nice neighborhood north of the boulevard. When tragedy strikes, the characters are faced with a gigantic moral dilemma, pushing each man to his ethical limit and showing how much greed, corruption and the prospect of one hundred grand can change both a friendship and a life. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Facing Moral Dilemmas in a Crumbling Garage - NORTH OF THE BOULEVARD at CATF
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Jul 21, 2014

Trip needs to get himself and his family 'up north of the Boulevard' to a more civilized neighborhood. Then an unexpected circumstance dumps an opportunity in Trip's lap. The only problem is that, to take it, Trip would need to leave his integrity behind and possibly risk going to jail. Is getting north of the Boulevard worth it for Trip and his buddies? Does Trip even have a meaningful choice? (more...)

by Melissa Giordano - Dec 11, 2013

Shrek, The Musical is certainly a fun night at the theatre. The cast at Oakdale's Creative Ministries Performing Arts Center (CM PAC) is hysterical, the costumes are unbelievably creative, and the David Lindsay - Abaire story will tug at your heart and make you smile. (more...)

Virginia Rep Opens Noël Coward's HAY FEVER, 2/15
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2013

Virginia Repertory Theatre announces the opening of Hay Fever by Noel Coward at the Sara Belle and Neil November Theatre on Friday, February 15, 2013 with a preview on February 14. Part of the Acts of Faith Theatre Festival, the show will run through March 3 with a talk back on Sunday, February 24 following the 2:00 p.m. matinee. This witty comedy of manners set in the 1920's English countryside portrays the outlandish lifestyle of four bohemians as they host unsuspecting guests for a weekend in the country. (more...)

A Theatre Lover's Guide to DC/Capital Area Theatres - December Offerings
by Joel Markowitz - Dec 3, 2009

As we wait for the first snowflakes to transform our nation's capital into a winter wonderland, the DC area theatres are giving families so many holiday-themed shows to choose from. Here are some productions which will make the holidays very jolly indeed! (more...)

Charm City Call Board: December 18 - January 1
by James Howard - Dec 17, 2007

JUST IN!! CONTEST UPDATE! 3 BEST BETS! New Plays by Local Playwright to be Produced! MAJOR CONTEST ANNOUNCED! 2008 Preview! (more...)

Charm City Call Board: December 11 - 17
by James Howard - Dec 11, 2007

NEW THIS WEEK! A New Best Bet! News of the BPF and Spotlighters! Plus Holiday Show round up and CENTERSTAGE, AVENUE Q and much more! (more...)

Charm City Call Board: December 4 - 10
by James Howard - Dec 4, 2007

New BEST BET! More Holiday Show Information! New shows at Single Carrot and CENTERSTAGE! MUCH MORE! (more...)

Charm City Call Board: November 27 - December 3
by James Howard - Nov 27, 2007

NEW THIS WEEK! Several local theatres to present holiday fare for families and adults! PLUS: Free Theatre for BWW Readers! (more...)

Ford's Theatre Begins 'Christmas Carol' Nov. 15
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2006

Ford's Theatre will kick off the holiday season with its annual production of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas on November 15th. (more...)