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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.

CAPPIES: Strong cast does justice to ‘The Mousetrap’

Murder! Intrigue! Mystery! What could be more exciting than that? How about a surprise-twist ending that has captivated audiences for nearly 70 years?!

Langley grad finds calling as theatrical producer

McLean native Jamie Joeyen-Waldorf was drawn to the theater in her teens and has wasted no time taking her producing talents to Broadway. After graduating from Langley High School in 2014 and earning a bachelor’s degree in theater and sociology...

CAPPIES: Oakton students focus on impact of COVID

Who thought surviving a pandemic was going to be hard? Well, everyone, but maybe not this hard.

CAPPIES: Wakefield gets creative in murder-mystery

The name “Brutaldeath” seems only fitting for the main character of a murder mystery, doesn’t it?
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Cash from summer-reading program goes to Potomac Conservancy

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