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Daphne’s Dive

Signature Theatre February 15, 2022 Jordan Wright

Special to www.TheZebra.org

Pull up a Barstool and Enjoy “Daphne’s Dive” Now Playing at Signature Theatre

Rayanne Gonzales, Jonathan Atkinson, Yesenia Iglesias, Jyline Carranza, Quynh-My Luu, (Photo by Christopher Mueller)

Have you ever been to a dive bar? […]

“Rent” at the Signature Theatre

The cast of RENT at Signature Theatre. Photo by Christopher Mueller.

David Merino (Angel Dumott Schunard) in RENT at Signature Theatre. Photo by Margot Schulman.

Ines Nassara (Joanne Jefferson) in RENT at Signature Theatre. Photo by Christopher Mueller.

November 10, 2021

By: Jordan Wright

Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes ~ Signature Theatre

Jordan Wright March 1, 2020

SOLD OUT!, read the sign outside the theatre on press night. That I’m writing this with no chance of you securing tickets might seem fruitless, but just in case someone, anyone, cares to read this review, which is entirely needless, I will forge on. After all, it is Signature’s […]

4,380 Nights ~ Signature Theatre ~ Women’s Voices Theater Festival

Jordan Wright January 27, 2018

Ahmad Kamal (Malik) in the world premiere production of 4,380 NIGHTS. Photo by C Stanley Photography.

When the Women’s Voices Theater Festival opened in early January, I found myself explaining its purpose. Some thought the productions focused solely on women’s issues. They don’t. It’s merely an opportunity […]

NIBBLES AND SIPS AROUND TOWN ~ April 28, 2016

Jordan Wright April 28, 2016 Photography by Jordan Wright

Hula Girl Bar & Grill Brings Authentic Hawaiian Food to Shirlington – Bobby Flay Promises Vegan Burger – Bangkok Joe’s Returns to Georgetown – Palette 22 Celebrates Artists All Day, Every Day – Burton’s Grill & Bar Opens with Style in Fairfax – At B […]

THE MYSTERY OF LOVE AND SEX ~ SIGNATURE THEATRE

Jordan Wright April 19, 2016 Special to The Alexandria Times

As a former BBC comedy writer, award-winning playwright and graduate of Showtime’s Masters of Sex, Bathsheba Doran can turn a phrase as merrily as she can turn the screw – so it’s no surprise that her tightly crafted dramedy gifts an audience with two […]