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BWW Review: MYSTICISM & MUSIC at Constellation Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: MYSTICISM & MUSIC at Constellation Theatre Company
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Oct 25, 2021

Despite a solid slate of talent both on and off stage, Constellation Theatre Company's latest production just misses the mark.

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by A.A. Cristi - May 29, 2020

Arts On The Horizon Presents The World Premiere of SQUEAKERS & MR. GUMDROP Photo Arts On The Horizon Presents The World Premiere of SQUEAKERS & MR. GUMDROP
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 23, 2019

Arts on the Horizon, a non-verbal theatre company whose programs are specifically designed for children ages 0 to 6, is excited to present a new commissioned play for our youngest audience members. Squeakers & Mr. Gumdrop will run December 5th through 21st, 2019 at The Lab at Convergence in Alexandria, Virginia.

BWW Review: CRYSTAL CREEK MOTEL at Flying V Theatre Photo BWW Review: CRYSTAL CREEK MOTEL at Flying V Theatre
by Russell Smouse - Oct 18, 2019

Follow the doings of individuals who come in and out of a motel where the room itself and those who clean it are the only constants.

Arts On The Horizon Announces 2019-2020 Season Photo Arts On The Horizon Announces 2019-2020 Season
by Julie Musbach - Jul 26, 2019

Arts on the Horizon, a non-verbal theatre company for children ages zero to six, is excited to present its 7th season. As the first theatre company in the United States to stage performances specifically geared towards this age group, Arts on the Horizon shows are performed solely with sound, movement, and live music to engage children at any stage of language development and also children whose first language may not be English.

BWW Review: Skillful and Fun THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH at Constellation Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: Skillful and Fun THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH at Constellation Theatre Company
by Pamela Roberts - Jan 16, 2018

THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH at Constellation Theatre is a thought-provoking, skillfully-rendered reminder that chaos and uncertainty are not unique to our time or to any single time. In the sure directorial hands of Mary Hall Surface, Thornton Wilder's masterpiece is a wild time-traveling, allegorical tragicomedy, without the Pepperidge Farm and Hallmark overtones we've now come to associate with the OUR TOWN playwright.

We Happy Few to Present THE DOG IN THE MANGER This Fall Photo We Happy Few to Present THE DOG IN THE MANGER This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2017

We Happy Few productions, named by the DCist as one of the Best Small Theatre Companies of 2015, will bring a masterpiece from the Spanish Golden Age to life this fall: Lope De Vega's THE DOG IN THE MANGER.

Photo Flash: THE DOG IN THE MANGER Opens this Week at Capitol Hill Arts Worskshop Photo Photo Flash: THE DOG IN THE MANGER Opens this Week at Capitol Hill Arts Worskshop
by Rebecca Russo - Nov 7, 2017

THE DOG IN THE MANGER is presented at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (545 7th St SE) located in the Eastern Market neighborhood, Washington, DC. Performances are November 8 - December 2: Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30, with two pay-what-you-can Saturday matinees on November 18 and 25 at 2pm and one industry night on Monday, November 13 at 7:30. Opening night is Friday, November 10 and Press Night is November 11. November 8 and 9 are pay-what-you-can previews. Tickets are available at whfdoginthemanger.bpt.me or linked through the We Happy Few website, www.wehappyfewdc.com.

We Happy Few to Present THE DOG IN THE MANGER This Fall Photo We Happy Few to Present THE DOG IN THE MANGER This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2017

We Happy Few productions, named by the DCist as one of the Best Small Theatre Companies of 2015, will bring a masterpiece from the Spanish Golden Age to life this fall: Lope De Vega's THE DOG IN THE MANGER.

BWW Interview: Theatre Life with Sun King Davis
by Elliot Lanes - May 16, 2017

Today's subject Sun King Davis is currently living his theatre life onstage in Rorschach Theatre's world premiere play Forgotten Kingdoms by Randy Baker. The production continues through May 21st at the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

BWW Review: RORSCHACH THEATRE World Premiere, FORGOTTEN KINGDOMS
by Roger Catlin - May 2, 2017

Randy Baker drew from his own upbringing in Asia to craft his play 'Forgotten Kingdoms,' getting a world premiere at Rorschach Theatre, where he is co-artistic director.

Rorschach Theatre Presents the World Premiere of FORGOTTEN KINGDOMS
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2017

Following an international development process in Penang, Malaysia, Jakarta, Indonesia and Washington, D.C. this winter, Rorschach Theatre will present the world premiere of FORGOTTEN KINGDOMS, a new play by five-time Helen Hayes Award nominated director, playwright, and co-artistic director Randy Baker.

Faction of Fools Theatre Company to Present THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
by Ashlee Latimer - Oct 21, 2016

Faction of Fools Theatre Company presents William Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, pairing heightened text with heightened physical comedy in the style of Commedia dell'Arte. One of Shakespeare's most rich and intricate plays is also one of his most controversial, as it explores a burgeoning merchant class and what happens when things get personal. By utilizing masks and physical characterizations from Commedia dell'Arte, Faction of Fools puts the comedy back into the text, allowing the tragic junctures to cut all the more profoundly. Performances run November 18th - December 11th, 2016 in the Eastman Studio Theatre at Gallaudet University.

Rorschach Theatre Presents the World Premiere of A BID TO SAVE THE WORLD
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 29, 2016

From the theatre company that brought you Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere and the five-times Helen Hayes nominated Very Still & Hard to See, comes a locally grown world premiere. As its season opening production, Rorschach Theatre presents  A Bid to Save the World by Erin Bregman- a funny and moving new play about life without death.

BWW Review: THE GOOD DEVIL (IN SPITE OF HIMSELF) at WSC Avant Bard
by Roger Catlin - Jun 23, 2016

It turns out that there's a reason that WSC Avant Bard's production of The Good Devil (In Spite of Himself starts 15 minutes late. The actors who are running frantically back and forth for last minute details and consultation are actually already in character.

Avant Bard Theatre Premieres a Devilish Comedy Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2016

Avant Bard presents a riotous new comedy inspired by real events. When a commedia dell'arte theater troupe in 17th-century France is bedeviled by a royal decree forbidding them from speaking onstage, the rambunctious actors stage an ingenious revolt. Taking a flying leap off historical fact, The Good Devil (in Spite of Himself) is a hilarious spoof on art and censorship.

Avant Bard Theatre Premieres a Devilish Comedy Today
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2016

Avant Bard presents a riotous new comedy inspired by real events. When a commedia dell'arte theater troupe in 17th-century France is bedeviled by a royal decree forbidding them from speaking onstage, the rambunctious actors stage an ingenious revolt. Taking a flying leap off historical fact, The Good Devil (in Spite of Himself) is a hilarious spoof on art and censorship.

Avant Bard Theatre Premieres a Devilish Comedy This Summer
by Louisa Brady - May 29, 2016

Avant Bard presents a riotous new comedy inspired by real events. When a commedia dell'arte theater troupe in 17th-century France is bedeviled by a royal decree forbidding them from speaking onstage, the rambunctious actors stage an ingenious revolt. Taking a flying leap off historical fact, The Good Devil (in Spite of Himself) is a hilarious spoof on art and censorship.

BWW Reviews: Stunning and Inventive JOURNEY TO THE WEST at Constellation Theatre Company
by Pamela Roberts - Apr 29, 2016

JOURNEY TO THE WEST is visually stunning and highly inventive production that features an expert ensemble of actors bringing both humor and humanity to an epic story.

Arts on the Horizon Presents POINT A TO POINT B, Now thru 10/18
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2015

Arts on the Horizon, the DC metro area's only theatre company exclusively focused on creating original work for children ages 0 - 6, presents Point A to Point B tonight, October 9, through October 18, 2015 at the W-3 Theatre at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA. This world premiere, nonverbal play conceived by David Kilpatrick and directed by Megan Alrutz is inspired by the American on the Move exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

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