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Weekend Roundup: Great Pretendersby 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 with sly, sneaky, and seductive characters that manage to captivate audiences from...

The Wright Stuff

How to Page-to-Stage in 2014by Hannah Hessel Ratner

When most people are out of town enjoying their last bit of summer, The Kennedy Center comes to life. For almost 15 years, new plays get their time to shine over the Labor Day weekend. This...

Final Bow

A Tribute to Tana Hickenby Bill Largess

In the spring of 1978, I went to see a play at Baltimore's Center Stage, David Rudkin's Ashes. The play, about a couple's struggle to conceive a child (that somehow or other became a...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Evan Caseyby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 
The first Broadway show I ever saw was Starlight Express, which really didn't have all that much impact other than my six...

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Third Annual Summer Hummer Raises Over $18,000 In Support of Taking Care of Our Own Emergency Fundby Sandy Bass

Summer Hummer Update: Total Tops $20,000!

Thanks to three anonymous and generous donors, the Summer Hummer grand total has been raised to an even $20,000 in support of Taking Care of...

At Rise

Annapolis Shakespeare Company: Classic Works, Modern Audienceby Jamila Reddy

Sally Boyett, a classically trained actor and professional ballerina, never meant to start a theatre company. It all began in 2009, when she began teaching acting classes in Annapolis, working closely with college and advanced high school...

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Summer Hummer: Making History on August 18!by Norman Allen

When the third annual Summer Hummer hits the Signature Theatre stage on Monday night, history...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Kerry Epsteinby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have?
When I was six years old, I saw Sandy Duncan in Peter Pan. We were going to the Arie Crown...

On That Note!

Music Director Charles Johnson: Making Goodby Norman Allen

On That Note! explores the musical theatre’s collaborative process by focusing on the individual members of the creative team: performers, directors, stage managers, designers, music directors, musicians, choreographers, etc. This week...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Maria Rizzoby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have?
My parents and grandparents took me to a lot of live theatre growing up and saintly dealt with my movie musical obsession. The first Broadway show I...

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