An escapist and endearing comedy in which four mismatched British women get away to a castle in Italy for a break from life’s doldrums.
The production — playing both in-person and live-streamed — combines excellent acting with creative lighting for a powerful, thought-provoking performance.
Never discount how world-class community theater can be when done correctly.
If you love stories about the British royal family, this play's your cuppa.
Three winning plays: 'Guinea Pig Apocalypse' by Tony Pasqualini, 'Wild Horses' by Brandy Victoria Durham, and 'Across a Crowded Room' by F. J. Hartland.
A world premiere Holocaust documentary based on interviews with survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators.
Featuring an ensemble cast that is clearly having a good time, fun choreography, and Stephen Schwartz's iconic songs, this 'Godspell' is one fun ride.
The musical numbers dominate, and the enthusiasm of the women’s ensemble is totally infectious.
Yussef El Guindi’s post-9/11 play reminds us that bias against disfavored groups remains a danger worth guarding against.
Hope Theater in Fauquier County stages its first full-scale theatrical production March 25 to April 10.
First written for Helen Mirren, the play about Queen Elizabeth II's meetings with her Prime Ministers will open during the Queen's 70th year on the throne.
As enthusiastically acted on Zoom, it allowed Oscar Wilde’s deliciously clever lines to take center stage.
A stellar cast depicts a not-so-distant Victorian-era women's rights battle.
The action onstage is genuinely deep-in-the-bones funny.
A part-fantasy, part-reality bioplay about 'Peter Pan' author J.M. Barrie.
And the orchestra did quite well on a difficult Sondheim score.
The musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film runs for two weekends.
The show's 1950s gender dynamics have not aged well, but the intriguing production sparks conversation.
It’s a full course in farce and dramedy by the wisecracking icon.
A black comedy like nothing you have seen before.