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: An Interview with Playwright Stacy Jewell Lewis On Layers Captive': Her True Story of Being Sex Trafficked, Playing at The Kennedy Center on October at 7 PM - DCMetroTheaterArts

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: An Interview with Playwright Stacy Jewell Lewis On Layers Captive': Her True Story of Being Sex Trafficked, Playing at The Kennedy Center on October at 7 PM - DCMetroTheaterArts

(top) Eric M. Messner, (seated) Adi Stein, and Chris Dinolfo. Photo by Margot Schulman.

(top) Eric M. Messner, (seated) Adi Stein, and Chris Dinolfo. Photo by Margot Schulman.

The cast in rehearsal. Photo courtesy of St. Mark's Players.

The cast in rehearsal. Photo courtesy of St.

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Washington, May Ireland -- Festival Opening Performance

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An Interview with Frankie Sin and Donny Vomit on 'Shocked and Amazed: Strange for Hire' at AMP This Saturday, - DCMetroTheaterArts

Director, Richard Robichaux works with actresses, Anastasia Davidson (left) and Jordan Cooper (center). Photo by Don Marrazzo.

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ Continues its Run at Penn State's Centre Stage - DCMetroTheaterArts

Dantrell Davis.

Playwright Jennifer Barclay on the March Reading of "Danny" at Centerstage's Playwrights Collective Showcase - DCMetroTheaterArts

The Tony Guerrero Quintet. Photo courtesy of their website.

The Tony Guerrero Quintet. Photo courtesy of their website.

Brian Kraszewski  as MICHAEL, J. Hargrove as LANCE. Photo courtesy of Fells Point Corner Theatre.

Meet the Playwright, Director, and Cast of ‘Tying the Knot’ Part Brian S. Kraszewski by Daniel Douek - DCMetroTheaterArts

Bradley Foster Smith and Matthew Keenan. Photo by Cameron Whitman Photography.

In the Moment: A Chat With Fight Choreographer Casey Kaleba - DCMetroTheaterArts

Jessie (Jennifer Berry George) shares painful memories and regrets with her mother Thelma (Melissa B. Robinson) in the kitchen of their country home. Photo courtesy of The Highwood Theatre.

Jessie (Jennifer Berry George) shares painful memories and regrets with her mother Thelma (Melissa B. Robinson) in the kitchen of their country home. Photo courtesy of The Highwood Theatre.

The Narrator (Mitch Irzinski) and Grandma Ellen (Susan Gross) wait for Madeline Farrington to stop being lazy and deal with Seersha/Brenda (Cristen Stephansky) and Matt/James (Harvey Fitz). Photo by Emily Caravan.

A Look at 'Glory Us' by Playwright Madeline Farrington at The Fridge Starting - DCMetroTheaterArts

Chance (Frank Gorrell), director of a soap opera, complains to Prim (Sam David), programmer of the androids and Trudi (Kirsten Burt), the technician, about glitches in an android's performance. Photo by Irish Eyes Photography by Toby.

Interviews with the Cast of McLean Community Players' 'Comic Potential' Part Frank Gorrell - DCMetroTheaterArts

James J. Benner Jr.

Meet the Playwright, Director, and Cast of 'Tying the Knot' Part Playwright James L. by Daniel Douek - DCMetroTheaterArts

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