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Grounded: Actress Megan Anderson scores direct hit at Everyman Theatre

Megan Anderson stars as The Pilot in Grounded at Everyman Theatre. (ClintonBPhotography) Twenty-first century warfare has produced a new kind of warrior and with it, an entirely new set of problems. How, for example does one deal with post-traumatic stress […]

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Grounded: Actress Megan Anderson scores direct hit at Everyman Theatre

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Megan Anderson stars as The Pilot in Grounded at Everyman Theatre. (ClintonBPhotography) Twenty-first century warfare has produced a new kind of warrior and with it, an entirely new set of problems. How, for example does one deal with post-traumatic stress […]

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Next to Normal: Less than lyrical rock musical meanders aimlessly at Centerstage

Michael Winther, Ariela Morgenstern and Kally Duling in Next to Normal at Centerstage. (Richard Anderson) Musical theatre lovers have a chance this weekend to see two very different shows which

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‘Marie Antoinette’ proves all good things must come to an end

From left, Bradley Foster Smith (Axel Fersen), Joe Isenberg (Louis XVI) and Kimberly Gilbert (Marie Antoinette) star in Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s “Marie Antoinette. The shows run in Washington,

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The Shoplifters: Full of laughs and great one-liners at Arena Stage

From left, wide-eyed rookie Dom (Adi Stein) shadows the grizzled veteran security guard Otto (Delaney Williams) in ”The Shoplifters.” The play is showing at Arena Stage through October 19.

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Belleville hits home, hard at Studio Theatre in DC

Jacob H Knoll (Zack) and Gillian Williams (Abby) play a vulnerable couple in “Belleville.” Amy Herzog’s play is the season opener at Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C. (Igor Dmitry) Watching

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The Understudy: Kafkaesque comedy opens Everyman Theatre season

Danny Gavigan, Beth Hylton and Clinton Brandhagen in The Understudy.  (credit Stan Barouh) Franz Kafka once famously said, “In the fight between you and the world, back the world.” Simple but

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Carnivalesque sizzles; Fantasticks fizzles in mixed weekend of theatre

Swami YoMahmi relishes a sticky moment during his hat-pin in the finger act. (White Starfish Photography) The interesting thing about live theater is you never know what to expect. A

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‘Not by Bread Alone’s’ Usher Syndrome cast will leave you in awe at the Kennedy Center

Imagine inhabiting a world consisting totally of darkness and silence.  Such is the universe of Nalaga’at, the Israeli deaf-blind acting ensemble that performs this week as part of the

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Centerstage Twelfth Night: A fitfully funny farce

William Connell and Caroline Hewitt in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night at Centerstage. (Richard Anderson) Classic plays have long been used for frolicsome, outrageous farces.  Comedies work especially well when the setting

Carl Schurr and Bruce Randolph Nelson in Everyman Theatre's The Dresser (ClintonBPhotography)

Everyman Theatre: The Dresser delivers peerless pathos, comedy

Carl Schurr and Bruce Randolph Nelson in Everyman Theatre's production of The Dresser   (ClintonBPhotography) It is every actor’s worst nightmare: that moment when you step onto the stage and suddenly

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