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

‘A Fox on the Fairway’ delivers hole-in-one humor

By Mae Hunt | mhunt@alextimes.com If you’re a fan of golf or golf-based humor, you’re guaranteed to love “A Fox on the Fairway.” If you’re...

Theater: Shakespeare and technology collide in ‘Richard iii’

By Jordan Wright Artistic Director Paata Tsikurishvili calls this “Richard iii” the most challenging production ever. That may well be an understatement, because since the Synetic...

Verbal jousts galore in ‘Love’s Labor’s Lost’

By Denise Dunbar | ddunbar@alextimes.com The Beatles didn’t start with “Abbey Road.” Their first album, “Please, Please Me,” was fun and lighthearted, with hits like the...

Episcopal, Monumental Theater partnership spotlights process behind plays

By Cody Mello-Klein | cmelloklein@alextimes.com As English teachers ponder whether the Bard is to be or not to be a part of their curriculum, a...

Review: The Little Theatre’s ‘August: Osage County’ is masterful

By Jordan Wright In the time-tested tradition of portraying dysfunctional families as a device, playwright Tracy Letts gifts us with a slyly engrossing gem about the...

Film review: Documenting the streets of Charlottesville

By Jordan Wright Last Sunday at the Beatley Library, the Board of the Alexandria Film Festival invited filmmaker Jackson Landers to appear at a screening of his...