The reviews are in for The Boys in the Band (and they’re fantastic!)

DCMetroTheatreArts review by David Friscic

“Mart Crowley’s groundbreaking play The Boys in The Band, now being given a superlative production by Dominion Stage at the Gunston Arts Theatre, is perfectly “on-target” as a study of psychological ferment amongst a group of homosexual men in a pre-Stonewall era…

Upon entering the theatre space, I was absolutely astounded by the intricacy and sophistication of the Set Design and Décor…

Direction of this probing production by Rosemary Hartman daringly stresses the pain and angst of these characters as they attempt to create their own sense of family in their own hermetically-sealed universe…

Strong Commendations must be given to the entire Dominion Stage acting company and technical crew and, once again, to Director Rosemary Hartman for her triumphant Directorial vision…

Do not miss the Dominion Stage’s major revival of The Boys in the Band!

Maryland Theatre Guide review by Jacqueline Melendez

“Young or old, gay or straight, this century or the last one, we can all learn something from The Boys in the Band

The Boys in the Band had so much activity and action that I believe it is possible to go see it two or three times and continue to pick up on new jokes or side comments as well as other quirky details…

Harold, the birthday boy, says to Michael at the end of the play, “Thanks for the laughs.” I can say the same thing. Be sure to go see this delightful show!”