Tag: theater

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 | 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...

New arts district to occupy North Old Town

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com At its public hearing on Saturday, city council voted unanimously to approve amendments to the city’s zoning map and master...

Review: “Jesus Christ Superstar” shines at Signature Theatre

By Jordan Wright Signature Theatre’s artistic director, Eric Schaeffer, has been upping the ante with big, bold Broadway shows. His latest mega production is Tim...

‘Heaven Can Wait’ clears early acting hurdles

The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of Harry Segall’s stage play, “Heaven Can Wait,” got off to a rocky start Monday night when the...

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...