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All posts tagged "round house theatre"

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Scare Tactics

    ''The philosophy behind Dorian Gray is that Dorian lives in a time when no one can be shocked, and he's trying to rebel against that,''...

  • Portraiture

    Round House Theatre's world premiere of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's The Picture of Dorian Gray is stylish, sexy and unspeakably cool. Unfortunately, it stumbles thanks to the...

  • Nuts

    Sometimes you should absolutely judge a book by its cover. 'One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest' The moment you take your seat for Round House...

  • Log Cabin Republican

    While it would be a stretch to say that it is the main question on the minds of Washingtonians discussing the re-opening of Ford's Theatre,...

  • Personal Best

    In 2003, Will Gartshore crafted a cabaret at Signature Theatre entitled Finding Home, which examined his previously rootless existence between New York and Washington along...

  • She Males

    To borrow from Victor/Victoria, Shakespeare Theatre Company's Juliet is a man, pretending to be a woman.... Oh. Wait. That's it. No need to borrow from...

  • Perfectly Clear

    If you have ever glanced in the window of one of those stately old D.C. pastry shops, the kind where the display of multi-tier cakes...

  • Buzz Kill

    For many, memories of high school include at least one late night spent staring at a blank piece of paper (or computer screen) trying to...

  • Buried Treasure

    Somewhere along the journey the Hispaniola lost its way. And, unfortunately, the storied ship from Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island is not the only thing...

  • Tough Lessons

    When Ernest J. Gaines' novel A Lesson Before Dying was published in 1993 it found fast fame. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, awarded a National...

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