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CAPPIES: Woodlawn finds success with twist on ‘Eurydice’

Those looking for a show that perfectly balances drama and comedy were rewarded at H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program’s production of “Eurydice.”

CAPPIES: Oakton flips ‘Peter Pan’ story, focuses on Wendy

What happens when the damsel in distress becomes the hero? Oakton High School answered this question by beautifully capturing Wendy Darling’s side of the story in its production of “Wendy and Peter Pan.”

CAPPIES: Madison thespians serve up creative take on Shakespeare

In a show full of deception and drama, there’s one thing to be sure of: the ado about James Madison’s production of “Much Ado About Nothing” definitely isn’t about nothing!

CAPPIES: Langley thespians take crack at classic comedy

The holidays are often considered an intimate, cherished time packed with tradition and routine. But in “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” one family’s desire for an ordinary Christmas is upended when an eccentric lecturer becomes confined to their home.

Student-thespians honored with CAPPIES statuettes

McLean High School’s production of “Airness High School Edition” was selected as Best Play for the 2021-22 school year at the annual CAPPIES awards ceremony, held at the Kennedy Center. CAPPIES of the National Capital Area presents awards in...

CAPPIES: Mom/daughter switcheroo scores success at Langley

“Freaky Friday” has had its fair share of incarnations.

CAPPIES: Energy, talent fuel TJ production

A girl, far smarter than her family, is stuck in a school run by a violent and vengeful headmistress. Yet she manages to influence her school, her teacher, and her flawless ensemble of classmates.

CAPPIES: Madison effort turns out to ‘bee’ a success

here was never a dull moment at James Madison High School’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” From a character seemingly being possessed in order to spell words, to the appearance of a deity, the audience was laughing the entire time.

CAPPIES: Wakefield scores with tuneful ‘Cinderella’

Welcome to a kingdom where the impossible is possible, traveling the world is feasible with just a book, and Venetian-glass shoes can make one a queen.

CAPPIES: Woodlawn students score success with tale of revenge

H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program’s performance of “Exit, Pursued by a Bear” highlighted a “revenge comedy” that wonderfully featured drama, a dead deer, honey and a touch of duct tape.
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New School Board member receives liaison assignments

New Arlington School Board member Bethany Sutton has her assignments. School Board members on Feb. 2 are expected to approve...
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