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Full Casting Announced for Kennedy Center's Broadway: Three Generations
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 16, 2008 · Washington, DC
Laura Osnes (© Tristan Fuge) Full casting has been announced for The Kennedy Center's Broadway: Three Generations, which will officially re-open the ren
Cho, Maher, Rivers, Stewart, Tomlin, et al. to Celebrate George Carlin at Kennedy Center
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 16, 2008 · Washington, DC
Margaret Cho (© Joseph Marzullo/WENN) Richard Belzer, Lewis Black, Margaret Cho, Denis Leary, Bill Maher, Joan Rivers, Garry Shandling, Jon Stewart, and Lily T
DC Metro Kids Spotlight: September '08
By Tristan Fuge · Sep 10, 2008 · Washington, DC
Join Grocer Cat, Stitches the Tailor, Alfalfa the Farmer, and all the rest of Richard Scary's loveable characters in Busytown, September 27-November 2, for a evening full of ...
Queen of Ace
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 9, 2008 · Washington, DC
Christiane Noll in Ace (© Stan Barouh) The Signature Theatre Company's current production of the musical Ace boasts some of musical theater's str
Resurrection
By Michael Toscano · Sep 8, 2008 · Washington, DC
Alvin Keith, Jeffery V. Thompson, and Turron Kofi Alleyne in Resurrection (© Scott Suchman) The first thing you see at Arena Stage's production of Danie
Kennedy Center to Present Mermaids, Monsters, and the World Painted Purple
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 4, 2008 · Washington, DC
The Kennedy Center will present the world premiere of Marco Ramirez's family-friendly Mermaids, Monsters, and the World Painted Purple, October 10-26. The ...
This Bud of Love
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 4, 2008 · Washington, DC
James Davis as Juliet (© Scott Suchman) When William Shakespeare first produced his plays, they were performed exclusively by male actors. Yet, for various reas
Cox, Innvar, King, Long, Robinette Set for STC's The Way of the World
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 3, 2008 · Washington, DC
Veanne Cox (© Tristan Fuge) Full cast and creative team have been announced for the Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of William Congreve's The Way of
Taffety Punk to Present All-Female Romeo & Juliet
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 3, 2008 · Washington, DC
Lise Bruneau The Taffety Punk Theatre Company will present an all-female version of William Shakespeare's The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedie of Romeo and J
DC Metro Spotlight: September 2008
By Michael Toscano · Aug 31, 2008 · Washington, DC
Holly Twyford and Tana Hicken in The Road to Mecca (© Megan Lloyd) Studio Theatre kicks off its season with local favorites Holly

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