The mystery adapted from an Agatha Christie novel is an entertaining evening of suspense.. By JULIA AMIS
Local composer Neal Learner drew inspiration from impact of large-scale development projects on the DC region over the past 20 years.
The company comes through with an impeccable cast and smart tech. By FOSSE THORNTON
Even the most sterling production would have difficulty making Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy-thriller work well. By BOB ASHBY
A captivating compilation of five new shows by local artists, from fun-filled and poignant to thought-provoking. By DEBBIE MINTER JACKSON
The show is filled to the brim with musical talent from its cast and live orchestra. By LAURA MILLS
With stellar performances, spot-on accents, and sumptuous Victorian costumes, this production was a thoroughly entertaining experience. By NICOLE HERTVIK
The beloved story by Roald Dahl with talented children, exceptional adult performances, and a fantastic live orchestra. By SARAH SHAH
Shakespeare's tragic romance is performed outdoors just as the weather is turning, providing a cool evening of poetry under the stars. By KENDALL MOSTAFAVI
The play is two hours of silly, slapstick humor disguised as a murder mystery and international spy thriller. By ANDY ARNOLD
Black comedy and marvelous performances send up class warfare and deadly ambition. By WILLIAM POWELL
It’s the quintessential nightmare parody of all things wrong with community theater. By DANA ROBERTS
The comic antics in this classic can connect to today's times. By CHARLES GREEN
The Rudes have thrown 'Midsummer Night's Dream' ingredients into the pot and produced some truly delicious results. By FOSSE THORNTON
The Frederick, Maryland, company to feature two regional premieres and a brand-new holiday musical.
Emerging and seasoned community theater performers tell the story of Alice and her journey down the rabbit hole. By NICOLE HERTVIK
A fun blend of music, singing, and dance based on the ’80s movie about a small town's dance ban — with a message that feels necessary today. BY CHARLES GREEN
As a 'proof of concept' production of a solidly laugh-out-loud script, this promising comedy is very worth catching. By JOHN STOLTENBERG
Every moment felt like a new discovery, and the show’s triumphant story radiated through every actor.
A good cast and a rocking score connect the audience in the joyous way that only music can.