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    No walk in the ‘Park’ for Claybourne Elder

    George’ actor Elder on the rigors of artistic

    August 14th | by Patrick Folliard

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    Moonlit magic

    Female-dominated Cirque show a

    August 6th | by Patrick Folliard

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    ‘I Am My Own Wife’ slated for Frederick run

    One-man show tells the true story about a German transvestite who survived the

    August 6th | by Staff reports

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    Kiddie fare

    Region’s family-orientated theater brings impressive talent,

    August 1st | by Patrick Folliard

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    ‘Company’ and beyond

    ‘Carrie’ actress recalls memorable Stritch

    July 24th | by Brian T. Carney

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    Remembering Elaine

    Former D.C. resident credits Stritch with help in his

    July 24th | by guest columnist

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    ‘Carrie’s’ revenge?

    Musical adaptation shaky but

    July 17th | by Patrick Folliard

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    STAYCATION: Treasures from the stage

    Fringe shows, Signature’s cabaret series and more pack summer

    July 10th | by Patrick Folliard

    Actress Elizabeth Ashley and Michael Kahn, the gay artistic director of Washington’s Shakespeare Theatre Company...

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    [caption id="attachment_8325" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Jay Hardee and Christopher Henley, mainstays at Washington Shakespeare Company, are...

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    They've been waiting in the wings for three years now, until the right time for...

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    You will recognize it immediately as "Mamet-speak." It's David Mamet's signature clipped, spare...

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    Four years ago on his 50th birthday, gay composer Ricky Ian Gordon won an Obie...

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    "Food, glorious food!" So sing the starving pauper children and orphaned young Oliver...

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    [caption id="attachment_6817" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="‘Naked Boys Singing’ includes 16 songs that address the poignancy of men...

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    While Shakespeare’s plays were often penned and performed for England’s elite, they were also intended...

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    The musical language of body and soul soars through the Lincoln Theatre on U Street...

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    For most teenagers, a longish drive alone in the car with mom or dad is...

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