After a three-year hiatus, an audience pleaser of a musical revue.
The music fills the heart to bursting, and the dancers are inspiring.
The annual 10-minute-play production is a great opportunity to sample the work of Baltimore-area theater artists.
The creative design and technical aspects really make this show. The soundtrack is downright haunting. The lighting and scenery are spot-on spooky.
A night of laughter, with plenty to think about after.
Theater proposals accepted will be part of a production partnership with the Arts Barn/City of Gaithersburg.
The Rude Mechanicals stage realistic jury-room strife at Greenbelt Arts Center.
The joyful energy of the cast, highlighted by the children’s choir in their brightly colored T-shirts, made this a delightful evening in a picture-perfect setting.
The musical comedy not only pokes fun at the tropes and cliches of the form but also offers thought-provoking insights into love and reality.
A charming cast and a crack orchestra deliver a lighthearted tuner that sends up society and points to a better world.
Arts on the Green and Montgomery Playhouse stage a head-scratchingly absurd musical entertainment, but the cast has a good time with it.
This 'musical of epic proportions' — in a production with standout performances — serves as a needed reminder of the human impact of hatred.
The perfect way to experience this satirical musical in all its ludicrous glory
The 100% student-led production brings the Percy Jackson rock musical to life with few bells and whistles but loads of enthusiasm
The musical features strong and invincible women and the cast is oozing with talent.
A moving comedy about five women and their lifelong friendship.
Performed by the Prince William Little Theatre and Manassas Symphony Orchestra, the production shines.
The entire audience was on its feet dancing, clapping, and singing along.
'This show was written under the influence of a variety of tropical drinks. I remember there are characters inspired by popular culture, and I’m pretty sure there is a murder.'
Jean Koppen’s must-see new play tackles aging, self-esteem, Alzheimer’s, and unlikely love.