Center Stage boasts an exciting season this year with four featured plays and numerous auxiliary-performance offerings. First off is Christopher Hampton’s classic tale of love and betrayal, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (November 26th to December 23rd).
The Vagabond Players, “America’s oldest continuously operating little theatre,” ushers in its historic 101st consecutive season 2016-17. The Vagabond Theatre first opened in 1916 as part of the Little Theatre Movement sweeping the nation at the time. Though others have gone dark, Vagabonds continues to endure far into the new millennium.
The Olney Theatre’s upcoming 2016-17 season is set to dazzle audiences with an array of entertaining and moving performances. Running from September 7th to October 30th is Angels in America Part I: Millennium Approaches & Part II: Perestroika, a joint performance by both the Round House Theatre and Olney Theatre. Performing this time at Round House Theatre, a second co-production between the two companies will be performed at the Olney Theatre Center in the 2017-18 season. The Diary of Anne Frank, the heart-wrenching tale of a Jewish girl in Amsterdam during World War II, will run from September 14th to October 23rd. Just in time for the holidays, Mary Poppins, one of the most beloved tales of all time, dances into the theatre running from November 2nd to January 1st, 2017.
Everyman Theatre’s revival of Wait Until Dark starts out very slow… I mean very slow. About 45 minutes into the first act, the pace finally picks up but one has to question, why the theatre choose to revive this play?
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