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Starring CSI’s Marg Helgenberger, the fine Arena Stage production of Lillian Hellman 1939 drama “Little Foxes” hits issues ranging from America's robber baron culture to the role of women.

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Offbeat religious musical staged in Ohio Amish Country is a fantasy featuring a fictional presidential candidate who could actually win in a landslide in 2016.

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CATF’s premieres Susan Miller's big-hearted and extraordinarily wise drama that celebrates—and mourns—he Baby Boomers’ Last Hurrah.

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The world premiere of “The Wedding Gift,” Chisa Hutchinson’s weirdly funny parable on race relations attracts, repels, amuses and confuses.

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Allison Gregory’s (almost) one-woman play, "Not Medea," ups the ante on Euripides' controversial tragedy of a scorned wife and mother who hits her ex with a gruesome act of revenge.

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An Irish-guilt haunted, “downstairs” counterpart to Eugene O’Neill’s “Long Day’s Journey into Night,” Ronan Noone’s chatty drama doesn’t quite become airborne.

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Trying too hard to make a statement, Christina Anderson falls back on cardboard character types, favoring them over character itself.

Marinoff Theater.

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CDN's initial impressions of CATF's dramatic festivities, as 5 new plays unfold in the picturesque Eastern Panhandle of Wild, Wonderful West Virginia.

Entrance to Shepherd University's Contemporary Arts complex, home to CATF.

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CATF, an increasingly prominent summer theater festival in Shepherdstown, W.Va. near Washington, D.C. launches its summer slate of new and nearly-new American plays this weekend.

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Festival Napa Valley (formerly Festival del Sole), July 15 - 24, is a ten-day celebration of art, music, dance, theater, wellness, cuisine and, of course, wine.

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The Georgia Tech swim team had their weekend canceled due to winter's white stuff, and this is the result (video)