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New reviews, articles, and interviews and news on DCMetroTheaterArts

Joel M.
Podcaster
Rockville, MD
Hi Everyone!
Here are reviews we posted this weekend and articles and news items that we posted during this past week on DCMetroTheaterArts - the most inclusive theater/arts reviewing website in our area that covers professional theaters, community theaters, university theaters, school theaters, concerts, and much more

This weekend we posted Reviews of 'The Most Happy Fella' at The Arlington Players, Zero Cost House at Pig Iron Theatre Company;Loundon Lyric Opera's 'Norton: A Civil War Opera', ‘The Last Five Years’ at Red Branch Theatre Company,'Arguendo' at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; 'Violet' at Theatre Lab;Linda Eder at The Barns at Wolf Trap;the movie 'The Unknown Known'; ‘One Mic: Marc Bamuthi Joseph: red, black, and GREEN: a blues (rbGb)’ at The Kennedy Center;and Matt Nathanson and Noah Guthrie at George Mason University’s Center for the Arts. And there are more to be posted today, so check back to see what's new
Read these reviews and the other dozens of reviews we posted in the past week here.
And take a look at what other reviewers have to say, but don't be surprised if most of the time they agree with our reviewers..
Amanda Gunther did a wonderful interview with 'Arguendo's' director John Collins.
John Stoltenberg on his thoughts about 'Arguendo' in his column 'Magic Time!'

I interviewed the 4 young actresses who played the Young and Teen Berties and Cee Cees in 'Beaches.' They reflect on their performances, how they got into the production, and what they learned working with each other and their veteran co-stars.
'The Velocity of Autumn' has begun previews at The Booth Theatre in NYC. It was a huge hit at Arena Stage. I spoke to producers Larry Kaye and Van Dean and Playwright Eric Coble about the Arena Stage run and changes they have made for the NYC production. Look for part two with Director Molly Smith this week
Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company: Part 5: Nafeesa Monroe. Read the other 4 reviews by clicking on the links at the bottom of this interview.

Here's a preview of Theatre Lab's production of 'Violet.'
The Arlington Players has 3 preview videos of 'The Most Happy Fella." Take a look.
For music lovers, Mike Spain reports from Florida with his interview with Open Air Studio's Scott Pounds who performed at Jammin' Java this past week.
Steven Carpenter talks about directing 1st Stage's 'The Cripple of Inishmore.'
In Part 3 of our interview withe cast and director and musical director of Spotlighters' 'Five Course Love' meet Shani Hadjan.
Adventure Theatre MTC Academy Offers Up to $25,000 in Scholarships.
In 'Filichia on Friday: ‘March Leftovers and April’s Brainteaser’ by Peter Filichia.

Reston Community Players Opens Neil Simon’s ‘Chapter Two’ on April 25th.
Read other news items here.
Read other interviews here.
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Thanks for supporting theater and the arts in the DC/Metro area.
Joel Markowitz
DCMetroTheaterArts­
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