Articles Tagged With: Chani Wereley

Love’s Labors Lost at The Folger Theater

For fans of Shakespeare’s comedies, Love’s
Labour’s Lost
should not be overlooked. Often brushed off as a draft for
Shakespeare’s later hits, there is joy and humor in this play that would be
criminal to dismiss. The performers in the Folger Theatre’s current production,
directed by Vivienne Benesch, rise to the challenge at every turn and carry the
audience along for a raucous and heartfelt ride.

The men of Navarre (l to r: Matt Dallal, Jack Schmitt, Joshua David Robinson, Zachary Fine) celebrate a momentous decision in Folger Theatre’s Love’s Labor’s Lost. On stage April 30 – June 9, 2019. Photo by Brittany Diliberto.Amanda N.

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Aida at Constellation Theatre Company

Every story, new or ancient, bagatelle or work of art…all are tales of human failing…all are tales of love at heart. The Gods love Constellation Theatre Company for spinning their storyteller’s thread into a musical theatre masterpiece production of Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida. A staggeringly powerful and stunningly beautiful production Directed by Michael J. Bobbitt with Musical Direction by Walter “Bobby” McCoy and Choreography by Tony Thomas II, Constellation’s Aida possesses the grandeur and potency of Broadway’s timeless love story and the daring familiarity of telling such a tremendous story in such an intimate space.

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Pippin at Monumental Theatre Company

Time weaves ribbon of memory to sweeten life when youth is through and rivers run where they can ramble— but it’s time to take time to see all of the magic they’ve got to do— the they being Monumental Theatre Company and the magic being their street-savvy modern coming-of-age production of Pippin. Directed by Rebeca Wahls with Musical Direction by Leigh Delano and Choreography by Ahmad Maaty, this sleek and slick production of Stephen Schwartz’ Pippin is reaching out to a new generation;

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The Bridges of Madison County at Red Branch Theatre Company

Love is always better. But what if you choose the path of love in hopes of escape? A simple girl, bereft of her fiancé from the war, desperate to escape Italy takes the first American GI that comes along and settles a life in farm-country Iowa. She tends the husband, raises two children, and cooks the dinner. They say a picture is worth 1,000 words; what then must the photographer who takes that picture be worth when he shows up like a breath of fresh air disrupting her routine,

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Bonnie & Clyde The Musical at Monumental Theatre Company

You’ve seen all the stage shows there are to see

With musical fortitude and pride

But if there’s something new you’re craving

Try out the musical of Bonnie & Clyde.

Monumental Theatre Company is of the suggestion

That they ought to go and raise a little hell

So they’ve put together this here production

Of two famous outlaws we know well

Bringing to the DMV the professional premiere

For a little company that is quite the great stride

It’s a limited run,

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Les Misérables at Montgomery College Summer Dinner Theatre

One show more! Another theatre another production of the epic musical Les Misérables. It is the summer of revolution and no theatre wishes to be left behind in this magnificent pursuit of the musical theatre dream show. The Montgomery College Summer Dinner Theatre is no exception to that dream as they mount their barricade in the month of July. Directed and Choreographed by Pauline S. Grossman with Musical Direction by N.

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