Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "round house theatre"

  • Couples, Killed and Comedic

    Surely no one needs a spoiler alert about Romeo and Juliet. After all, what is probably William Shakespeare's most popular and most accessible play is...

  • Misanthropic Mamet

    Round House Theatre does very well by playwright David Mamet with its new production of Glengarry Glen Ross, which many consider to be Mamet's best...

  • Round House grows a beard — James Beard, that is.

    Nick Olcott portrays James Beard, who brought fine cooking and a jolly personality to the small screen in 1946 — long before Julia Child, Emeril...

  • Crown of Shadows at the Round House Theatre

    Jason Gray Pratt’s Crown of Shadows: The Wake of Odysses is having its world premiere at the Round House Theatre. It offers a gripping, modern...

  • Life as Cabaret

    Early last year, Will Gartshore broke his wrist curling. ''A freak curling accident,'' he concedes. ''Very Canadian.'' Didn't know Gartshore was Canadian, eh? Since the...

  • Fundamentally Flawed

    For all the suffering that's been heaped upon gays onstage over the years -- from the alcoholic angst of The Boys in the Band to...

  • Love, Actually

    As a result of the play Next Fall, Chris Dinolfo came out to his dad. ''I actually came out to my dad and my stepmom...

  • Pride and Prejudice, now at Round House

    Jane Austen’s world of desperate spinsters, determined bachelors, nosy neighbors, embarrassing relatives and a smarmy cad or two is brought to life in this adaptation...

  • Amadeus at Round House

    Peter Shaffer’s Tony-winning Amadeus (which became an Oscar-winning film) depicts the flamboyant genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as seen through the eyes of his desperately...

  • Bountiful Journey

    There's a key reason to see The Trip to Bountiful currently at Round House Theatre in Bethesda and it's not what you might think. Or...

  • A Wrinkle in Time at Round House

    Round House Theatre greets the season with A Wrinkle in Time, a show that talks about love and family with more humor and adventure than...

  • Time Warp

    When writing his 1995 play Mojo, playwright Jez Butterworth could hardly have suspected that fewer than five years later a certain dentally challenged swinging super...

  • Ameriville

    The performance troupe UNIVERSES is raising its brilliantly woven voices on social issues, from basic civil rights to access to healthcare to earning a living...

  • Fox Hunt

    It's a formula that seems ridiculously easy. You need a set with multiple doors to facilitate fast exits and unexpected entrances. You need a young...

  • Imposter, Muse and a False Note

    When Patricia Highsmith created Tom Ripley, she created an evil that was terrifying because it was so deliciously attractive. Smart. Disturbingly sexual. Enticingly dangerous. Writer...