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The Art of the Actor

“We going back to ‘88, ya’ll”by Otis Ramsey-Zöe

In Forum Theatre’s production of Idris Goodwin’s How We Got On, under the direction of Paige Hernandez,...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Katherine Renee Turnerby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 
The first show I ever saw was when I was about six years old, and my parents took me to see the ...

Theatre Roundup

Weekend Roundup: Breaking Stereotypesby Kelsey Secules

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of suggestions for things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week’s Roundup features six shows highlighting characters that manage to break societal norms. Check out the list...

On That Note!

Elmer Gantry: The Sound and the Furyby Norman Allen

On That Note! focuses on the individual artists who come together in the process of creating a work of musical theatre. This week, we delve into one of the most fascinating but least recognized of those artists: The Sound Designer.

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The Wright Stuff

Studio’s Intimate Commissionsby Hannah Hessel Ratner

Every year, during the season planning process, Studio Theatre goes through dozens of unproduced scripts, enjoying what they’re reading, being impressed by the talent but having a hard time...

Final Bow

A Tribute to Ralph Coshamby Catherine Flye

Catherine Flye – actor, director, and founder of the Interact Theatre Company – remembers happy times, shared onstage and off, with the late Ralph Cosham, his wife Beverly, and the friends and families with whom they shared their...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Scott J. Strasbaughby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 
In high school, a friend of mine was in the The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch. After the show, he guided me on stage (actually...

Theatre Roundup

Weekend Roundup: Hush-Hushby Kelsey Secules

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of suggestions for things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week’s Roundup features ten shows that are full of very powerful and juicy secrets. Check out the list below.

The Art of the Actor

In the Driver’s Seatby Otis Ramsey-Zöe

Set in the Deep South, Alfred Uhry’s 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Driving Miss Daisy explores the surprising, twenty-five year friendship between a waspish Jewish...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Dorea Schmidtby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 
When I was 16, I went to watch my friend’s high school production of Les Misérables. I had never seen it or heard of it...

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