Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "source theatre"

  • Origins: Peter and the Startcatcher at Constellation Theatre

    Constellation Theatre's Peter and the Starcatcher is a fantastically entertaining trip to Neverland

  • Now at Constellation: Peter and The Starcatcher

    Kathryn Chase Bryer directs a Rick Elice’s prequel to Peter Pan, complete with swordfights, shipwrecks and mermaids, but also clever wordplay, daring ensemble movement and...

  • Irving Berlin: A Simple Melody is a “whirlwind tour” of his works

    The InSeries devotes its latest revue to one of the great unsung heroes of the American songbook

  • Monkey Business: Journey to the West (review)

    Constellation Theatre's "Journey to the West" fails to be about the destination

  • Porter House

    ''He lit up like a child on Christmas morning about the idea of getting to work with Cole Porter music,'' Steven Scott Mazzola says. He's...

  • Marriage Inequality

    In a new play now running as part of the lineup at the Source Festival, a gay couple and a lesbian couple in D.C. swap...

  • Going Weill

    ''I'm not sure the new generation really knows who he is, or his place in musical theater history,'' Abel Lopez says of Kurt Weill. The...

  • Operatic Obsession

    ''I've recently fallen in love with opera,'' says Alan Paul, conceding, ''I've been on an obsessive, opera-going mission over the last year.'' And he's not...

  • Show Pieces

    What do you call a farce that's not particularly funny? The real Mackay. Of course, what you want is the real McCoy – something from...

  • Latin Romance

    ''I really enjoy this and it would have never happened if Placido had not invited me to his program.'' Of course, Placido Domingo would have...

  • WIT’s Seasonal Disorder

    Washington Improv Theater’s annual holiday extravaganza features shows based on audience suggestions, showing you the good, the bad and the ugly of the season —...

  • War and Witchcraft

    As Arms and The Man opens, Amy Quiggins flutters across the stage playing Raina Petkoff as if she were Barbie come to life. She's giddy...

  • Flights of Fancy

    The Green Bird features statues that talk, apples that sing and waters that dance. Even more unbelievable, the play humorously explores philosophical notions about love,...

  • Razzle Dazzle

    In On The Razzle, an incompetent tailor creates a too-tight parade uniform for the show's shopkeeper Zangler. ''I suppose it will have to do, at...

  • Boxed In

    Part of the issue with Constellation Theatre Company's production of Clive Barker's Crazyface is that it's the production of a play written by Clive Barker....