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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...

‘Treasure Island’ sets sail at Synetic Theater

By Jordan Wright Set sail for adventure with Synetic Theater’s lively production of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale, “Treasure Island,” where the peg-legged pirate Long...

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...

Review: ‘Are you now, or have you ever been…’

By Jordan Wright The investigation and inquisition of Langston Hughes by the House Un-American Activities Committee is a deeply moving, profoundly disturbing probe into the...

‘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...

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...

On stage, a classroom outlet

Little Theatre actors enlighten students to the fuzzy side of history

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On stage at local theatres

A man of many faces, one of them his wife’s

The story of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf is told in the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama I Am My Own Wife, now playing at Signature Theatre