What a year it has been. What a fine theater town we're in.
Gorilla Vs. Bear FestivalIf you've been keeping up with DC9 in any capacity over the last few weeks, or if you've seen the cover story of this week's Observer, then you know we're pretty psyched about Gorilla Vs. Bear Festival this weekend. Not only is there a carefully curated handful of brillia ... More >>
Kings Of LeonThe first time the Kings of Leon came to town, they played an intimate show at the Gypsy Tea Room. And what a different time that was: Critics referred to them as The Stokes of the South, and before long, Kings Of Leon found themselves as the opening act for Julian Casablancas & ... More >>
Lauryn HillEver since Lauryn Hill made a brief disappearance from the public eye in 2000, her career has been patchy at best. Her acoustic record in 2002, MTV Unplugged No. 2.0, was met with mediocre reviews, and the Fugees reunion fared even worse. But, aside from her brilliant output in the Fug ... More >>
Best Coast and Wavves--In Love and On the RoadIt's no secret that Best Coast singer Bethany Cosentino wished that Nathan Williams, the stoner behind Wavves, was her boyfriend. She got her wish, too. And, now, the two are taking their much publicized relationship on road, presumably leaving a trai ... More >>
Inspired by Genesis, DTC's In the Beginning makes Eden into a land of confusion
Little Red Riding Hood and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity round out the holiday-season stagings
DTC builds on the real estate of David Mamet's Glengarry
Maggie and Brick try to pull a big one over on Big Daddy at DTC
Theatre Britain makes Jack and the Beanstalk udderly silly; Magi works its magic again
Humpty Dumpty and Visiting Mr. Green find characters heading for big crack-ups
In Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, a new Russia moves in, evicting a family of aristocrats
Good grief! Happiness is Charlie Brown at Theatre Three; Patsy Cline and Magi are magical, too.
Our critics weigh in on local theater
DTC kicks it up a notch with Anna in the Tropics; area critics honor the year's best stage work
Local stages choked with Shakespeare; critics honor the year's best theater work