The Little Theatre of Alexandria will present Mary Chase’s play titled Harvey, directed by Frank Pasqualino, April 21-May 12.It’s the classic tale of a man whose imaginary friend is a six and a half-foot tall rabbit.
Signature Theatre will present Annie Baker’s play titled John, directed by Joe Calarco & starring Nancy Robinette, Ilona Dulaski, Jonathan Feuer and Anna Moon, April 3-29. The play is about a couple from Brooklyn who go on a getaway to a bed-and-breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. “Under the watchful eye of the cheery, if slightly off, innkeeper, a ghost seems to haunt their crumbling relationship.” The play has been described as being “hyper-real with flickers of the supernatural in a quietly suspenseful and transfixing work.”
Image below: Nancy Robinette in John at Signature Theatre. Photo by Christopher Mueller.
Signature Theatre will present Girlfriendwritten by Todd Almond & Matthew Sweet & directed by Matthew Gardiner, April 17-June 10.The coming-of-age musical duet is set in a small town in Nebraska during the summer of 1993. “College-bound jock Mike and self-assured but aimless Will find themselves drawn to each other. Their rush of first-time love, full of excitement, confusion and passion, is captured by the power-pop precision and frayed guitar emotion of Matthew Sweet’s alternative rock album “Girlfriend.”
Synetic Theatre will present FoundingArtistic DirectorPaata Tsikurishvili’s Titus Andronicus, April 25-May 27.“The revenge-driven tragedy tells the bloody tale of Titus and Tamora with all of the fiery passion, energy, and vengeance only Synetic Theater can deliver.” The production is recommended for ages 16+ for violence.
Synetic Theater will present Pygmalion & Galatea, starring Irina and Paata Tsikurishvili, on May 15 in Arlington, Virginia. They will be joined by Alex Mills, Tori Bertocci, Irina Kavsadze, and Dallas Tolentino. The performance will honor Founding Company Member Phil Fletcher & Founding Board-member Ina Milton.
Image below: Irina Tsikurishvili - Credit: Johnny Shryock