03 Jan 2019

Arts & Entertainment:

Oh, God: Divine Insecurity for the New Year

As always, Mosaic Theater Company knows how to pick works that pack an emotional punch delivering laughter, tears and a dose of frustration. Every play also sparks interesting post-show conversations. Oh, God, Anat Gov’s play about a Jewish Creator who seems to have lost his groove and the mortal who completes him– sort of– carries […]

03 Dec 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

Support the Stuart Hobson Drama Players: Beauty and the Beast, Jr!

Are you looking for a FUN, cheap, family-friendly activity that is produced almost entirely by middle school students? Look no further than Stuart Hobson Middle School’s production of Beauty and the Beast, Jr., playing this weekend! Join the Stuart Hobson Drama Players as they bring a tale as old as time to vibrant life. Under […]

07 Sep 2018


Up Your Game with DC Fray

Does the passing of Labor Day still make you feel like school is starting? Do you feel the tug of nostalgia when you see kids on a playground? I’ll go out on a limb and say we all need more play in our lives. DC Fray is here to help, and, we promise, you won’t […]

17 May 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

Hooded, or Another Must-See from Mosaic

The third season of Mosaic Theater has brought us gems like Queens Girl in Africa, Vicuña and Paper Dolls, just to mention a few. As one of the closing plays of the season, they’ve restaged a smash hit from season two: Hooded, or Being Black for Dummies. The play, as much a comedy as a […]

05 Apr 2018


Paper Dolls at Mosaic Theater Delivers Songs, Sass and Empathy

It’s getting more and more challenging for me to write reviews of plays at Mosaic Theater because all I want to say is, GO SEE IT! GO NOW! It’s no different with Paper Dolls, A Play With Songs, playing through April 29. The play, written by Philip Himberg as a reimagining of Tover Heymann’s documentary Paper […]

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