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Nu Sass Brings the Second Installment of the Small Batch Audience Series to DC: Sartre's 'No Exit' by Aubri O'Connor - DCMetroTheaterArts

An Interview with Gigi Holliday on ‘La Boum’ at The L’Enfant Café - DCMetroTheaterArts

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What goes on in the secret deliberations of juries? And what lessons are there for all of us in terms of group dynamics and how to persuade people? The answers to these interesting questions are the lessons of Twelve Angry Men, now playing at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. In partnership with Arts on the Green, …

TRICIA’S FUND A memorial fund in honor of Tricia McCauley (1970-2016) In loving memory of Tricia McCauley — slain actor/yoga teacher/healer — friends and family set up the Theater Professionals Insurance Fund (Tricia’s Fund). Close friends and the family of Tricia McCauley, viciously murdered on Christmas Day, have established a charitable fund in her honor …

This terrific ensemble brought Ann Lowe-Barrett and William Powell Jr.’s directorial conception fully to life.

DC Audiences are cramming into a Dupont Circle Hotel to catch this monthly show. After experiencing this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious performance of abracadabra, I still don’t know the answer to this question: How did they do that? After reviewing other magic and magical performances at Arlington Drafthouse, Bethesda’s Writer’s Center, and The Kennedy Center, performers Brian Curry …

In part three of a series of interviews with the cast of Colonial Players of Annapolis’ The City of Conversation, meet Kathleen Ruttum. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where local audiences have seen you recently on the stage? Kathleen: My name is Kathleen Ruttum and I was recently seen as Esther in the …

In part one of a series of interviews with the cast of Colonial Player’s of Annapolis’ The City of Conversation meet Josh Mooney. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where local audiences have seen you recently on the stage? Josh Mooney: I’m Josh Mooney and I have recently been seen in numerous productions with Annapolis …