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Date Of Birth:
March 14, 1939
Date Of Death:
March 01, 1999 (59)
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Date of Birth: March 14, 1939
Date of Death: March 01, 1999 (59)
Photo Coverage: First look at King Avenue Players' ANNIEPhoto Coverage: First look at King Avenue Players' ANNIE
by Jerri Shafer - Nov 8, 2018

Leapin' lizards! Annie, one of America's favorite spunky little redheads is coming to King Ave Players. Set during the depression, orphan Annie is determined to find her parents. In this fun-filled musical, Annie foils evil schemes, befriends the President and finds and new family for herself and her lovable mutt, Sandy. Annie boasts one of Broadway's most memorable scores with songs including "Hard Knock Life," "Easy Street" and "Tomorrow." Bet your bottom dollar you won't want to miss this family-friendly musical. Performances Thur Nov 8th - Sat Nov 10th @ 7:30 and Sun Nov 11th at 3:00 pm. Free childcare is available during the Friday evening and Sunday matinee performances. Performance is at King Avenue United Methodist Church, 299 King Ave., Columbus, OH. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is encouraged (more...)

Shakespeare Theatre Company Announces Casting for THE COMEDY OF ERRORSShakespeare Theatre Company Announces Casting for THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2018

In honor of Artistic Director Michael Kahn's final season with the Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC), the opening show of the 2018-2019 Season, William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, will feature beloved performers, many of whom have been with the Company since the very beginning. (more...)

Alexandra Silber to Lead CAMELOT at Shakespeare Theatre CompanyAlexandra Silber to Lead CAMELOT at Shakespeare Theatre Company
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2018

Shakespeare Theatre Company today announces the cast of Lerner and Loewe's multiple Tony Award-winning musical Camelot. Directed by STC Associate Artistic Director Alan Paul (Kiss Me, Kate; Man of La Mancha), the classic musical will play at Sidney Harman Hall (610 F St NW) from May 22 through July 1, concluding STC's 2017-2018 mainstage season. (more...)

BWW Interview: 29 and Counting at Arena for TWO TRAINS RUNNING's David Emerson ToneyBWW Interview: 29 and Counting at Arena for TWO TRAINS RUNNING's David Emerson Toney
by Benjamin Tomchik - Mar 20, 2018

It is not uncommon for actors to have multiple credits at the same theatre. However, to say that David Emerson Toney has appeared at Arena Stage several times would be a bit of an understatement. (more...)

Photo Coverage: King Avenue Players' THE FANTASTICKSPhoto Coverage: King Avenue Players' THE FANTASTICKS
by Jerri Shafer - Oct 19, 2017

King Ave Players is proud to present 'The Fantasticks' at King Ave United Methodist Church! Come and join us for this fabulous show, refreshments, and a free will offering. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is encouraged. Free childcare will be available on Friday and Sunday. Performances run October 19th thru 22nd and are 7:30pm nightly with a 3pm matinee on Sunday. All performances are at King Avenue United Methodist Church, 299 King Ave., Columbus, OH. Childcare is available during the Friday evening and Sunday matinee performances. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is encouraged. (more...)

Photo Coverage: First look at King Avenue Players' THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO
by Jerri Shafer - Mar 23, 2017

King Avenue Players proudly presents 'The Last Night of Ballyhoo' in the sanctuary of King Avenue United Methodist Church, 299 King Ave., Columbus, OH on Thursday, March 23, Friday, March 24, Saturday, March 25 at 7:30pm. There will be a 3:00pm matinee on Sunday, March 26. Childcare will be provided during the Friday evening and Sunday afternoon performances. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is encouraged. (more...)

Arena Stage Co-founder and Regional Theater Champion Zelda Fichandler Dies at 91
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2016

Arena Stage is deeply saddened to announce that visionary leader and pioneer of the regional theater movement Zelda Fichandler has died today, July 29, 2016, at the age of 91. (more...)

BWW Interview: Director CALVIN REMSBERG Talks Leipzig at Group rep
by Don Grigware - Mar 7, 2016

alvin Remsberg is well known as both actor and director on both coasts. Favorite stage credits: Sweeney Todd (First National, and Television productions), CATS, the acclaimed Los Angeles' Phantom of the Opera, Man of La Mancha, and Oliver!  Favorite film credits: 'Pretty Woman,' 'Shrek,' 'The X-Files,' 'Twilight of the Golds,' 'Silk Stalkings.' Favorite Directing credits: The Medium,  Educating Rita, Chapter Two, Dracula,  Triumph of Love, The Sound of Music, Urinetown, Sunday in the Park with George (Ovation Nomination), Into the Woods, Hello, Dolly!, The Last Five Years, Glory Days, F**king Men (American premiere), and Sweeney Todd (Ovation nomination), and ten musicals for The Musical Theatre Guild. This is his directing debut at The Group Rep. by Steve Peterson (more...)

BWW Interview: Broadway Welcomes Washington's Own Nancy Robinette
by Ellen Burns - Nov 27, 2015

The bustle and chaos of the Friday evening pre-show crowds on West 47th Street on Broadway are a fitting contrast to the calm that emanates from venerable DC-based actor, Nancy Robinette, who kindly agreed to chat with me about making the move to Broadway as Mrs. Alexander, in the Tony Awards® Best Play of 2015, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. We met up in front of the Barrymore Theatre, Nancy's current professional home, but DC is very fortunate to call Nancy one of our own; she was raised in Arlington, graduated from Yorktown High School, and has graced the stages of Washington's most well-respected theaters over the years, including The Shakespeare Theatre Company, Arena Stage, Woolly Mammoth, Ford's Theatre and Studio Theatre. She's a Helen Hayes Award-winner for her work in Washington, and now the work has taken her a few hours north to make her Broadway debut; although to hear her tell, no matter the city or the theater, good work is good work, and Nancy is definitely familiar with lots of good work, having performed in every major DC theatre, Off Broadway at the New York Theatre Workshop and Roundabout Theatre Company, among others, Papermill Playhouse (New Jersey), at The Williamstown Festival (Massachusetts), and in cities around the country, including San Diego at The Old Globe. (more...)

The Shakespeare Theatre Company Presents William Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2014

The Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) continues its 2014-2015 mainstage season with one of William Shakespeare's late masterpieces,The Tempest. STC Affiliated Artist Ethan McSweeny, following his imaginative production of A Midsummer Night's Dream two seasons ago, applies his flair for visual panache to The Tempest, in which sprites, goddesses and fools hold court. The Tempest will play at the Sidney Harman Hall (610 F Street NW) from December 2, 2014-January 11, 2015. (more...)

WAPAVA Honors Kahn with Bauer Award
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2010

The Board of the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA) announced today that the sixth Richard Bauer Award will be presented to Michael Kahn, artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, for his outstanding achievements in Washington-area theatre. The award is presented to members of the Washington-area theatre community whose work is represented in WAPAVA's archive, the James J. Taylor Collection, at the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, and at DC's Martin Luther King Jr. Library. The award is named for the late beloved Washington actor who is best known for his many years at Arena Stage. (more...)

WAPAVA Honors Kahn with Bauer Award
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2010

The Board of the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA) announced today that the sixth Richard Bauer Award will be presented to Michael Kahn, artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, for his outstanding achievements in Washington-area theatre. The award is presented to members of the Washington-area theatre community whose work is represented in WAPAVA's archive, the James J. Taylor Collection, at the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, and at DC's Martin Luther King Jr. Library. The award is named for the late beloved Washington actor who is best known for his many years at Arena Stage. (more...)