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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...

Review: Little Theatre’s ‘Dracula’ is full of scary delights

By Jordan Wright “We are all of us invented – cobbled together from cartilage and dust.” Thus, speaks Renfield, who finds himself chained to 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...

An ‘Audience’ with the queen

Jordan Wright | Jordan@WhiskandQuill.com The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of playwright Peter Morgan’s “The Audience” may be the closest we’ll get to Buckingham Palace,...

The Broadway stars are out in ‘Josephine Tonight’ at MetroStage

“Josephine Tonight” hurtles down the track at lightning speed with a fast-paced, musical bonanza about legendary entertainer Josephine Baker’s early life and meteoric career,...

Can You Spell H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S?

For those of us whose middle school memories harken to a time of anxieties, crushing insecurities and the dread of not fitting in, have...