After the War ~ Mosaic Theater Company of DC

Jordan Wright March 29, 2016 Special to The Alexandria Times

Israeli playwright Motti Lerner’s world premiere production, After the War, is set in the two weeks following the end of the Second Lebanon War which began in July 30, 2006 following an airstrike by the Israeli military on Lebanon’s Hezbollah. A time of fear, […]

Under the Lintel – MetroStage

Jordan Wright April 22, 2014 Special to The Alexandria Times

Paul Morella as The Librarian in Underneath the Lintel – Photo credit: Chris Banks

What is the impetus that drives us forward each day? Is it hope? How do we decide what holds meaning for us? Is it faith, or just curiosity? […]

Ghost-Writer at MetroStage

Jordan Wright April 29, 2013 Special to The Alexandria Times

Susan Lynskey and Paul Morella – Photo credit Christopher Banks

As MetroStage celebrates receiving three Helen Hayes Awards for Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, we are treated to another brilliant show by Producing Artistic […]

In ‘God of Carnage’ the Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree – Signature Theatre

Jordan Wright April 23, 2012 Special to The Alexandria Times

Michael (Andy Brownstein, far right) makes a stand as Alan (Paul Morella), Veronica (Naomi Jacobson) and Annette (Vanessa Lock) look on. "God of Carnage" plays at Virginia’s Signature Theatre through June 24, 2012.

In the […]