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A Q&A with “A Chorus Line” Dancer and Former Alexandria Resident,...

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor   I had the pleasure of interviewing Daniel Powers, Alexandria-raised and educated, and one of the incredibly talented dancers/actors/singers now...

Signature Theatre’s “A Chorus Line” is Stylish and Singular!

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor Since I have never seen “A Chorus Line” live onstage (only the film, about which I have nothing good...

Outrageous Behavior and Stirrings of Greatness Rule at Folger’s “1 Henry...

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Reviewer Folger Theatre’s “Henry IV Part 1” (“1 Henry IV”) has two extremely different acts. Act I is hilariously funny...

“South Pacific” is Enchanting at the Riverside Center for the Performing...

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor Just in case you want to know a bit about the show, but don’t feel like reading the rest...

Signature Theatre’s “Assassins” Will Surprise You!

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor “Assassins” which opens Signature Theatre’s 30th Season is also the 30th Stephen Sondheim production which the Arlington, Virginia-based Signature...

”Ann” is a Texas-Sized Winner at Arena Stage

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor If you were awake in the 1980’s and 90’s you surely remember Ann Richards, the salty-tongued democratic governor (1990-94)...

Monumental Theatre Co.’s “Be More Chill” is Really Cool

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor What if nerdy, loner you could take a pill (OK, a tiny supercomputer named SQUIP or Super Quantum Unit...

“Blackbeard” at Signature Theatre is Delightfully Tuneful and Fun, but Touching...

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor Who knew that beneath the legendary Blackbeard’s pirate swagger was possibly a heart of gold and a desire to...

Review: Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” at Riverside Center...

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Reviewer I have just seen/heard an absolutely first-rate production of “The Pirates of Penzance or The Rascals of the Rappahannock”...

“The Member of the Wedding” at 1st Stage is Thoroughly Engaging

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Reviewer They had me at the set…a perfect rendering of what I imagine a kitchen was like in 1945 in...
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