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In this issue:
Reality TV: Josh Thomas, star and creator of the stunning new Freeform comedy Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, has his own unique way of looking at the world. Interview by Randy Shulman
French Connection: A D.C. comedy veteran, Franqi French sets her sights on a national career after winning the StandUp NBC competition. By Doug Rule
Extreme Merriment: Delivered with ’70s style and flair, the Folger’s Merry Wives of Windsor is one of the best you’ll ever see. By Kate Wingfield
Also –> Spotlight: Nilo Cruz • Out On the Town Arts & Entertainment Calendar with Editor’s Picks • The Singing Attorney: Jessica Carter Altman • Composing Women: Stile Antico • Mayor’s Mandate • Viral Bigotry • Scarlet’s Bake Sale • Community Calendar • Film: Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts • Stage: Pilgrims… at Mosaic • Stage: Spring Awakening at Round House • Music: The Pet Shop Boys • Nightlife Scene: Pitchers • Nightlife Listings and Drink Specials • Last Word
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