Colonial Players’ 1776
“Colonial Players’ 1776 is a gutsy and courageous choice given the small stage and in-the-round staging requirement. Director Beth Terranova deserves credit for using the small space inventively, for some very strong casting decisions and for creating a seamless production,” says Bay Weekly reviewer Davina Grace Hill of the stirring musical that follows John Adams, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson during the summer of 1776 as they woo and rage at fellow delegates to gain support for the Declaration of Independence. Read the full review at www.bayweekly.com under the arts & culture tab. Playing thru April 20. FSa 8pm at 108 East St., Annapolis. $20 w/discounts; rsvp: 410-268-7373; www.thecolonialplayers.org.