While some of the plot resolution is a bit contrived, the strong performances of the cast and the fascinating twists and turns of the story add up to one thing: we need to do is support this wonderful piece of original local theater.
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The young and exuberant cast is filled with amazing vocal and dance talent.
The five women of The Dixie Swim Club show that while aging is no day at the spa; you can walk through it with dignity and laughter.
Take the time this summer to enjoy the beauty of Virginia Reps’ The Color Purple to witness the rich, beautiful theatrical art they have made.
Up for something with amusement, silliness, and banter propelled by a lively score and excellent voices? Then head off to Cloak and Dagger at Signature Theatre.
“So little to say, so little to do, and the fear so great,” says the character Winnie. Yet she finds a way to go on looking ever forward to other Happy Days.
As the Emcee says “leave your troubles outside” because life at this Cabaret at RTP is a beautifully staged, well-cast production.
The current Victorian Lyric Opera Company (VLOC) production in Rockville is a very lively effort both the musical and staging aspects of which succeed delightfully.
Aptly timed, with ambient fireflies (or fairies?) to light up the sky; A Midsummer Night’s Dream makes for a magical early summer evening of entertainment.