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At Quintessence Theatre, "Major Barbara" (1905) by George Bernard Shaw gives us a boxing match between a soul-saving Christian and a manufacturer of gunpowder and munitions. more
After watching certain TV shows, one might be excused for believing that some celebrities are rather shallow and self-centered, but Melissa Fitzgerald belies the stereotype. more
“Doubt: A Parable” has not lost its glow. It earned bravos at Stagecrafters on opening night. more
The Stagecrafters community theater will open its 2023-2024 season with John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play, "Doubt: A Parable." more
Dennis Moritz, a Germantown resident for the last 50 years, is not exactly a household name. But the founding partner of N1 Theatre has gotten some pretty impressive reviews. more
Events from Thursday, Aug. 17, through August and beyond. more
"Boca" is about the flaky antics of seniors in a retirement community. Act II Playhouse turns a so-so play into a fun-filled evening. more
Old Academy Players wrap up the 2023 season with their traditional Summer Bonanza, a series of one-act plays. more
Following an unhappy marriage, Neil Simon wanted to cheer himself up. So he penned "Rumors" (1988), his first and only farce. more
"Arsenic and Old Lace" has earned a lasting place as one of the best works of Hollywood's Golden Age. more
The effervescence of  "Hello, Dolly" is on display at Act II Playhouse. more
In refusing to take itself seriously, the riotous production of  "Twelfth Night" now running at Allens Lane Theater takes on a special radiance. more
The world premiere of "Written By Phillis" at Quintessence Theatre is a one-act play about the life of poet Phillis Wheatley. more
Students at the J.S. Jenks Academy for Arts and Sciences will stage their version of the cherished Broadway and film musical “The Lion King” May 17-18. more
Stephen Sondheim is frequently credited with introducing a tragicomic dimension into American musical theater with his Tony Award-winning "Company" in 1970. more
Jean Genet’s “The Maids,” a play based loosely on the story of two infamous sisters who murdered their employer and her daughter in France in 1933, will be performed at Wyck Historic House & Gardens. more
In "Steel Magnolias," Truvy's hair salon in fictional Chinquapin, La., doubles as a refuge, a place where six very different women safely gather to commiserate and tease. more
"Mistakes Were Made" immerses you in comic chaos. Tony Braithwaite, artistic director at Act II Playhouse, shines as Felix Artifex. more
The Drama Group of Germantown wraps up its inaugural season with "The Seagull" (1896), Anton Chekhov's seminal drama about troubled souls who gather on a country estate. more
The opening scene of "The Tempest" at Quintessence is a tribute to the power of stagecraft. more
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