Post Tagged with: "The Drama Group"

The Drama Group Teaches a Lesson with SEMINAR

Reviews November 21, 2014 at 5:42 pm 0 comments

Many adults enjoy taking a class. Writers are very likely to use continuing education to share ideas and find ways to improve their craft. SEMINAR portrays the living room based class four writers take together with an acclaimed writer/editor as teacher. SEMINAR takes many twists and turns while the personalities, […]

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RADIO GOLF is Swingin’ Hot at The Drama Group in Germantown

Reviews November 24, 2013 at 11:47 am 0 comments

RADIO GOLF, written in 2005, was August Wilson’s last play before his untimely death in August of the same year. It is also the final chapter in THE PITTSBURGH CYCLE chronicling African-American life in 1997 Pittsburgh. In this thought-provoking drama, a well-educated entrepreneur and aspiring city’s first black mayor, Harmond […]

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“Curtain Up!” Podcast Episode 28: November 15, 2013

Podcasts November 10, 2013 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Check out the latest episode of the “Curtain Up!” podcast. Don’t forget you can subscribe to “Curtain Up!” podcast on Apple iTunes. Click here to subscribe. From other podcast programs you can follow it by subscribing to the feed,

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RACE Keeps Brisk Pace at Drama Group

Reviews November 21, 2012 at 5:07 pm 0 comments

David Mamet’s RACE as co-Directed by Colleen Bracken and Marc C. Johnson started out bracing, and maintained the rapt attention of opening night’s large audience with its rapid-fire dialogue, intrigue and twists. In this play which speculates on race issues through a multi-faceted lens, and exposes the dog eat dog […]

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An EARNEST Rendition of Wilde in Germantown

Reviews March 20, 2012 at 7:10 pm 4 comments

“Really, if the lower orders don’t set us a good example, what on earth is the use of them.” Ahhh, THE IMPORTANCE…Oscar Wilde’s brilliant send-up of Victorian society. Aptly subtitled “A Trivial Comedy for Serious People,” Wilde’s play was first performed on Valentine’s Day in 1895—and it has graced world […]

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