Tag: theatre

Onstage, Alexandria: May 2024

By Mark Edelman April showers may come your way, along with the tail end of those lovely cherry blossoms. In the meantime, these plays are...

Onstage, Alexandria: April 2024

By Mark Edelman April showers may come your way, along with the tail end of those lovely cherry blossoms. In the meantime, these plays are...

Onstage, Alexandria: March 2024

By Mark Edelman March may not come in like a lion, but you’ll still be roaring with laughter at some of these theater offerings in...

Onstage, Alexandria: February 2024

By Mark Edelman It’s February now, and that means Valentine’s Day is approaching. Besides flowers, candy and dinner, how about giving that special someone the...

Onstage, Alexandria: January 2024

By Mark Edelman Make it your 2024 New Year’s resolution to enjoy one of these fine performances live and onstage in January and February at...

“TREES: A New Musical”

By Katie Clifford In “TREES: A New Musical,” local composer Neal Learner addresses the impact young people can have when they take a stand to...

Onstage, Alexandria

By Mark Edelman Theaters in the DMV are lit up brightly for the holidays in November and December. Check out some of these productions, live...

Signature Theatre celebrates Sondheim

By Mae Hunt Signature Theatre’s production of “Into the Woods” opened on Nov. 9, but have no fear, there’s still plenty of time to see...

Little Shop of Horrors receives award

By Catherine Kane | [email protected] Alexandria City High School’s “Little Shop of Horrors” won a regional high school theater award at the Kennedy Center on...

Falling “Head Over Heels:” Monumental Theatre combines 16th-century drama with Go-Go’s...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] On its surface, “Head Over Heels” shouldn’t work. A 16th-century romance rendered in period-appropriate prose, mashed together with the instantly recognizable...