Forum Theatre in Silver Spring will present Love and Information, a play written by Caryl Churchill and directed by Michael Dove, September 28-October 21. The play is comprised of "a fast moving kaleidoscope of over 60 moments of intimate whispers, philosophical exchanges, and life-changing revelations by more than a hundred characters trying to make sense of what they know."
Caryl Churchill has written for the stage, television, and radio, and this marks Forum’s fifth production of her work.
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Rockville Little Theatre will present the romantic comedy Almost Maineby John Cariani, directed by Kathyrn Stirling, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, September 22-October 1. Almost, Maine is a mythical town where love is in the winter air! Visit http://rlt-online.org/
Rockville Musical Theatre
Rockville Musical Theatre will present Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, based on the classic film, at F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre at select times, October 27-November 12.The show will feature seventeen Irving Berlin songs and a book by David Ives and Paul Blake. Set after World War II, it’s the story of two song-and-dance guys and their pursuit of two beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge. The score features Blue Skies, I Love A Piano, How Deep Is the Ocean and White Christmas.
Round House Theatre in Bethesda will present Sarah Gancher's rock & roll comedy I'll Get You Back Again, directed by Rachel Chavkin, October 4-29.The show, with live music, is about a stand-up comedian who sits in for her dead father as bassist in his rock band.
Round House Theatre in Bethesda will present Lauren Gunderson’s play The Book of Will, directed by Ryan Rilette, November 29-December 24. The concept is that Shakespeare’s works have been lost, and after his death of their friend and mentor, “two actors are determined to compile the First Folioand preserve the words that shaped their lives. They’ll just have to borrow, beg, and band together to get it done.” The story was “inspired by the true story of Shakespeare’s First Folio.”