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‘Sweeney Todd’ at the Signature: A delightfully gory spectacle

By Mae Hunt Signature Theatre’s take on “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” is a delightfully gory spectacle. It will run through July...

‘Sister Act’ soars: The ACHS production is captivating and hilarious

By Lily Israel  The Alexandria City High School production of “Sister Act” was an absolute masterpiece. Based on the beloved 1992 film, this musical tells the...

Bishop Ireton brings ‘The Music Man’ to town

By Kat Pascual  The sound of lies can make such sweet music, or maybe that’s just the sound of the trombones in River City. Written...

‘Mamma Mia!’ a hit at SSSAS

  By Preet Manukonda  The cast and crew of St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School’s production of “Mamma Mia!” danced and jived, but most importantly they...

LTA’s ‘Lettice and Lovage’

By Mae Hunt  “Lettice and Lovage” is a comedic British satire with a surprising amount of emotion at its center, thanks to the quirky friendship...

Synetic Theater’s “The Servant of Two Masters” is a master class...

By Jordan Wright In a triumphant return to the stage, director Vato Tsikurishvili presents “The Servant of Two Masters,” a commedia del’arte farce designed to...

‘A Few Good Men’ impresses at Little Theatre

By Mae Hunt | [email protected] The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of “A Few Good Men” is a sharp, dynamic execution of Aaron Sorkin’s famous...

The Little Theatre of Alexandria nails satire in “The Producers”

By Mae Hunt Based on the 1967 Mel Brooks film of the same name, “The Producers” was first adapted into a Broadway musical in 2001....

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

By Mae Hunt | [email protected] If you’re a fan of golf or golf-based humor, you’re guaranteed to love “A Fox on the Fairway.” If you’re...