1. Company at Signature Theatre
“…straight forward and honest… needs to go on your run don’t walk list.” -Elliot Lanes, MD Theatre Guide
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Synopsis: On his 35th birthday, Bobby, a commitment-phobic bachelor, searches for the answers to love and life in New York City. While enjoying the company of some lovely ladies, he observes both the joys and pitfalls of marriage from his five quirky couple friends – but is he ready? Only Bobby can find the answer in this witty and piercing examination of matrimony. For how else can you treat marriage, but as a comedy?
2. Private Lives at Vagabond Players
“Private Lives is a fantastic, funny, thoughtful, and visually gorgeous production.” -Morgan Halvorsen, MD Theatre Guide
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Synopsis: Elyot and Amanda, a divorced couple, rekindle their tempestuous relationship while honeymooning on the French Riviera with their new spouses. Noel Coward’s sparkling dialogue and rapier wit create one of the sexiest, most sophisticated comedies ever written–funny, gorgeous, and oozing with style.
3. The Guardsman at Kennedy Center
“…a truly marvelous play, now being performed marvelously at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theatre” -Robert Michael Oliver, MD Theatre Guide
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Synopsis: Finn Wittrock, Sarah Wayne Callies, Julie Halston, and Shuler Hensley star in this new production of Ferenc Molnár’s play, directed by Gregory Mosher and featuring a new translation by Richard Nelson.
4. The Wiz at Tantallon Community Players
“Tantallon’s The Wiz is great family entertainment…” -Andrew White, MD Theatre Guide
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Synopsis: This funky musical adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s beloved classic “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” explodes onstage with Dorothy, her friends and her little dog too, in a vibrant fusion of ’70s rock and Motown melodies.
5. Camelot at 2nd Star Productions
“For such a large cast, the production is cohesive, due in large part to an ensemble of actors who play even the smallest roles with commitment.” -Rebecca Wyrick, MD Theatre Guide
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Synopsis: This is the classic story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, with beautiful singing, dancing, and pageantry. The play begins with the entire community of CAMELOT awaiting the arrival of Guenevere, King Arthur of England’s future Queen. In the end it is fourteen-year-old Tom who tells the world of Camelot’s quest for right and honor and justice.