All posts tagged "arena stage"

  • Arena’s The Shoplifters (Theatre Review)

    The Shoplifters gives a woman of a certain age the kind of riveting gravitas almost always written for men

  • Woolly Mammoth’s Marie Antoinette (Theatre Review)

    Playwright David Adjmi gives us a voyeur's view of Marie Antoinette

  • Round House Lodger

    "Fool for Love" marks Marty Lodge's 40th Round House Theatre production

  • Stage: Fall Arts Preview 2014

    All of Washington’s a stage. Has a nice ring to it, no? But in fact, D.C. theater continues to grow and thrive, as several of...

  • Smokey Memories

    Why mess with success, right? Arena Stage touts in a press release that Smokey Joe’s Café, which debuted nearly two decades ago, became Broadway’s longest-running...

  • Levi’s Cafe Commitment

    If it weren’t for Brenda Lee, Levi Kreis would likely not be making his D.C. theater debut with Smokey Joe’s Café at Arena Stage. “I...

  • Unhappy Campers

    An ideal evening at the theater for precocious high schoolers and the politically curious, Lawrence Wright’s Camp David is a primer on President Jimmy Carter’s...

  • Taking Courage

    With a charisma that roars like a coal-fired furnace, Arena's Mother Courage and Her Children, begins and ends with Kathleen Turner in the title role....

  • Serial Mother

    ''When I got the script for Serial Mom, I couldn't believe it,'' Kathleen Turner says. ''I kept picking it up and throwing it down. And...

  • Fabulous Forums

    ''For us there can be no happiness,'' Hero says, direly, to the woman he loves, Philia, in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to...