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THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell, & Gordon Farrell. Photo: Cameron Whitman
DC Theater Arts Review: THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT
The duration of the real-life argument between writer John D’Agata and fact-checker Jim Fingal over...
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ELEGIES by William Finn. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Theater Arts Review: ELEGIES
An elegy is “a poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for the dead.” Elegies:...
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THE OUTSIDER by Paul Slade Smith. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Theater Arts Review: THE OUTSIDER
[The regional premiere of The Outsider] at Keegan Theatre is a hilarious, despairing, and ultimately heartwarming look...
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THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF DR. WONDERFUL (AND HER DOG!) by Lauren Gunderson, music by Bree Lowdermilk. Photo: Cameron Whitman
DC Theater Arts Review: THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF DR. WONDERFUL (AND HER DOG!)
To see The Amazing Adventures of Dr. Wonderful (And Her Dog) is to go on an...
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SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE by Lee Hall, adapted from the screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
“I will have poetry in my life, and adventure, and love,” proclaims Viola de Lesseps,...
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SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE by Lee Hall, adapted from the screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Theater Arts Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
Shakespeare in Love is shameless, delirious, fangirl idolatry of the author considered to be the...
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