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    Out actor Michael Urie savors sleek, timely ‘Hamlet’ production

    New York-based star is former student of D.C. theater titan Michael Kahn

    February 21st | by Patrick Folliard


    Local actor/musician turns to directing with ‘Hobson’s Choice’

    Obscure four-act play was logistical challenge for Quotidian vet

    February 17th | by Patrick Folliard


    Round House’s ‘Handbagged’ offers witty repartee

    Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher prove unlikely pair in clever play

    February 9th | by Patrick Folliard


    'In the Heights,' 'Fun Home' among top nominees for Helen Hayes Awards

    Gartshore, Schaeffer, Twyford et. al. among top LGBT hopefuls for D.C.-area theater honors

    February 6th | by Patrick Folliard


    ‘Jefferson’s Garden’ is lively play set during country’s founding

    Founding fathers’ sins, progress recalled in lively 2015 work

    February 2nd | by Patrick Folliard


    Signature’s ‘4,380 Nights’ play is gripping story of life in Guantanamo Bay

    U.S. overreach of suspected terrorists cleverly depicted in thought-provoking piece

    February 2nd | by Patrick Folliard


    Studio’s production of ‘The Wolves,’ canny, well-delievered

    Coming-of-age dramedy from Sarah DeLappe was penned in three weeks

    January 25th | by Patrick Folliard


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