17 Nov 2016

Entertainment:

Milk Like Sugar: Introspection and Raw Emotion

The newest play in the Mosaic Theater season line-up is Milk Like Sugar, by Kirsten Greenidge. Thanks to the generosity of the folks at Mosaic, I attended opening night. The play hit me in the gut– it’s a raw and frank story about poverty and race and about being a teenager and feeling invincible. It’s also […]


01 Sep 2016

Entertainment:

“Satchmo at the Waldorf” Hits a Blue Note

Monday night’s performance of Satchmo at the Waldorf, the first offering in Mosaic Theater‘s second season, was memorable for many reasons. Maybe it was the fact that it was opening night and a packed house. Maybe it was the deft way in which Craig Wallace recovered seamlessly from a couple of crucial prop fails, while […]


04 Nov 2015

Sponsored Post:

From Warm-Up Game to Traveling Play: Winners and Losers at Woolly Mammoth

Winners and Losers at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company is a “frisky theatrical symposium” (New York Times) from Canadian theatre artists Marcus Youssef and James Long that blurs the line between real life and fiction, the personal and the political, admiration and resentment. We sat down with Marcus and Jamie to discuss the framework of the […]


17 Sep 2015

Events:

To Do Weekend of September 17 – 20

Heeeeeey, It’s H Street Festival Weekend! Totes looking forward to dudes passing out in front of my house in the middle of the day, terrifying my middle schooler. (This really happened last year.) Kidding! Big fan of the festival. Just wish it were just tad less popular… What else is going on this weekend? Tonight […]


09 Jul 2015

To Do:

To Do List for The Weekend of July 9 – 12

Post-4th of July I always get this feeling of dread that the summer is halfway over. Illogical but whatever. Get out there! Tonight get over to the Atlas for Landless Theatre’s prog-metal take on the musical Sweeney Todd. I’m not sure it it is Sondheim-approved but, who cares? The story of the vengeful barber who offs his […]


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