Archive for 'Theatre'
The Little Theatre of Alexandria celebrates the holiday season with a return of Charles Dickens’ heartwarming classic “A Christmas Carol.” An endearing portrait of mid-nineteenth century England, the age-old tale features Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserly Victorian [...]
Deck the halls with show tunes at MetroStage’s “A Broadway Christmas Carol.” This delicious dose of Christmas spoof, playing through December 18, highlights holiday irreverence with a hilarious and campy send-up of Charles Dicken’s classic tale. [...]
Not only is this delicious show a world premiere, but it also marks the auspicious debut of a new talent, Ted Shen, a businessman and arts patron who might better qualify for full retirement. That he [...]
“Evil can be most appealing, even when it comes packaged so attractively,” declares the sage defense attorney, played by David Adler, to the young prosecutor. He’s referring to the captivating Irma Grese, known as the “Blonde [...]
Each and every MetroStage production demands eager anticipation. In most cases, playgoers can expect a musical. And whether a frothy delight or a serious biography, it never fails to thrill. [...]
The popular play within a play device is taken to the third power in this cocky musical now playing at The Little Theatre of Alexandria. [...]
When a Welsh family of four vanishes into thin air from their cozy country manse, they leave no clue save a slip of paper with the handwritten word "widdershins" on it, and we find two [...]