Coverage of Alexandria’s local theater scene, including play and musical reviews.

‘Key for Two’ is another madcap romp from The Little Theatre

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Keith Waters) What’s more fun than a British farce by the Little Theatre of Alexandria? It’s the troupe’s stock-in-trade and each season...

The bard’s tale, untamed at Synetic Theater

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Johnny Shryock) Some of Synetic Theater’s “Silent Shakespeare” series productions are of the more classical variety: knights in leather armor and ladies...

Card game forces pair to deal with emotions in ‘The Gin...

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Chris Banks) At first blush, “The Gin Game” appears to be a love story about two elderly retirees who meet at the...

‘Anything Goes’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria has stellar director,...

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Keith Waters) Director Stefan Sittig is no stranger to big song-and-dance productions, and awards committees are no strangers to his consider- able...

Signature Theatre’s ‘Titanic’ uses in-the-round setting to great effect

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Christopher Mueller) “Titanic,” now playing at Signature Theatre, is a story of man’s inability to predict the ramifications — and limitations —...

Synetic Theater’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ adaptation is no snoozer

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Johnny Shyrock) “Sleeping Beauty” is a rather streamlined presentation of what we’ve come to expect from Synetic Theater’s no-dialogue series. We half-mad...
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