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A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder ~ The Little Theatre of Alexandria

Jordan Wright January 21, 2020 Special to The Alexandria Times

Sometimes the hardest reviews to write are the ones in which a show exceeds all expectations. Shows that excel in all facets of production from onstage to backstage. I had a clue it would be a must-see show when I heard that Frank D. […]

The Nance ~ The Little Theatre of Alexandria

Jordan Wright June 4, 2018

Bravo to The Little Theatre of Alexandria for their bold choice of The Nance.

Chuck Dluhy as Chauncey Miles – Photo credit The Little Theatre of Alexandria

Opening just in time for Pride Month, this little gem tells the story of a performer who plays […]

Harvey ~ The Little Theatre of Alexandria

Jordan Wright April 23, 2018 Special to The Alexandria Times I find it surprising when a local tells me they’ve never attended a performance at our city’s 84-year old, multi-award-winning The Little Theatre of Alexandria. Built in the 1960’s on the schoolyard grounds of the historic Alexandria Academy, the two-story brick building boasts a walled […]

Holiday Performances Around Town

Jordan Wright December 3, 2015 Special to The Alexandria Times

Reviewer’s Pick – Avant Bard’s Theatre on the Edge brings us Holiday Memories, the tender and evocative semi-autobiographical tale drawn from two beloved short stories by Truman Capote, “A Christmas Memory” and “A Thanksgiving Visitor”. Having seen this at press night Monday past, I […]

Christmas Thrills and Chills for Every Theatregoer

Jordan Wright December 8, 2014 Special to The Alexandria Times

The Nutcracker performed by The Washington Ballet

One of the best ways I know of to get excited about the Christmas season is to get thyself (and thy family) to the theatre where you can watch dancers soar in Septime Webre’s The Nutcracker performed by […]