All posts tagged "arena stage"

  • Laramie Project at Arena Stage

    New York theater troupe Tectonic Theater stops at the brand new Arena Stage as part of the national tour of both the original Laramie Project...

  • Home on the Range

    Arena Stage artistic director Molly Smith is hoping there's a little Ado Annie in all of us. Annie is, of course, the gal from the...

  • Oklahoma at Arena Stage

    Arena Stage’s Molly Smith sets her production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s great American musical Oklahoma!in the robust world of territory life filled with a dynamic...

  • Oklahoma at Arena Stage

    Arena Stage’s Molly Smith sets her production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s great American musical Oklahoma! in the robust world of territory life filled with a...

  • Arena Stage Homecoming

    The President and First Lady help open Arena Stage’s sparkling new Southwest complex with a gala ceremony on Monday, Oct. 25, but first comes a...

  • Light Fantastic

    There is nothing small about the musical The Light in the Piazza. The songbook is page after page of grand gestures, ornate flourishes and the...

  • Leading Light

    Nicholas Rodriguez has toured as the King of the Jews (Jesus, in Jesus Christ Superstar) and appeared on Broadway as the King of the Apes...

  • Past Presence

    David Dower wants to make one thing perfectly clear about The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later, an Epilogue. ''It's a new play,'' says the Arena...

  • Quality Issues

    There are some plays that should come with a warning sticker and Jane Anderson's The Quality of Life, is one of them. If you have...

  • Feeling Loopy

    Generally, when reading a theater review in Metro Weekly, you don't see Many ''I'' statements. ''I liked this.'' ''I didn't like that.'' ''I had trouble...

  • Rhoda Returns

    ''She was so much more outrageous than I would ever think of being,'' says Valerie Harper of legendary actress Tallulah Bankhead. ''She would make Rhoda...

  • Balancing Act

    The playwright Edward Albee is quoted as saying that those audience members able to detect the love story in his play Who's Afraid of Virginia...

  • Musical Therapy

    You have to hand it to D.C.'s theater community. They never miss a chance to surprise or, perhaps more accurately, to shock. Arena Stage has...

  • Men Uplifting

    Resurrection, Daniel Beaty's ode to the lives, hearts and souls of five African-American men and a son, is both everything you would expect it to...

  • Oscar! Oscar!

    For native Washingtonian-turned-New Yorker Brad Oscar, The Mystery of Irma Vep is more than just a play, it's a homecoming. ''Ironically, one of my first...

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