Author Archives: jherber

Thursday Think Tank: Antigone Closing Thoughts

Our original adaptation of ANTIGONE by Reiner Prochaska* is coming to a close this weekend.  It’s been an incredible run, and in honor of this process, we have some final reflective thoughts from director Julie Herber*: Looking back at the first rehearsal/read and seeing the show come to a close, what has changed for you (i.e. in terms… Continue Reading

Thursday Think Tank: Behind the Scenes at the YO Recording Session

  The Young Olympians and the Most Amazingly Awesome Adventure Ever! opened this past weekend to a full house and garnered an enthusiastic, 5-star review from critic Mike Spain of DC Metro Theater Arts and an equally excited boost from Charlie Smith of Want2Dish. This week, we bring you behind-the-scenes footage from the original cast recording… Continue Reading

MET Monday: Retro Prom Retrospective

Once you’ve helped plan & set-up for the MET’s annual Retro Prom, you have a new appreciation for any teacher or administrator that may have had a hand in planning any dances you attended while in school.  Planning for Retro Prom starts months before hand. It isn’t just deciding on a theme, throwing some tables &… Continue Reading

17 again!

Who hasn’t wanted a chance to go back to high school and get a chance at doing it all over again? Well, the Met’s Retro prom is the place for you! For one night and one night only you can be whoever you want to be, from whatever decade you wish. If you were a… Continue Reading