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Remembering Zelda
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties that are affecting the livestream of A Celebration of Life for Zelda Fichandler at Arena Stage. The event is being recorded and video of the memorial service will be posted Tuesday, October 25, 2016. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience. Click here for more information about Zelda Fichandler >>

Kathleen Turner stars as Joan Didion

NPR Weekend Edition
Susan Stamberg

Rehearsing before opening night at Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage, Turner strides across the bare rehearsal hall — confident, assured, pushing back her long, thick hair from time to time… View more

Moby Dick flies through the air

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Bo Emerson

Pigs may never fly, but whales go airborne in Moby Dick. The show is a surreal version of the Herman Melville tale, much of it told by acrobats swinging from trapeze. The audience occasionally catches its breath, as performers dangle like lookouts from a mast, seemingly within inches of plunging into the briny deep… Read more

Marg Helgenberger, theater lover

Washington Post
Peter Marks

“I have to be the one that’s the eye of the hurricane,” Helgenberger cheerfully observes, sitting in a sleek Arena conference room on a warm morning before the day’s rehearsals begin… Read more

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