30 May 2018

News:

Hill Buzz

Washington City Paper held a forum at the Black Cat last night on Initiative 77 and they live-tweeted the event. Get with the times and open a Twitter account, will you? And when you do, follow us. (We love you!) DC Theater Scene reviews Pericles at CHAW. Colbert I. King sees only one GOP challenger […]


12 Apr 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

410 [GONE] Will Stay With You

Karen Ramsey has been a DC area resident off and on since 1994 and is currently a denizen of Trinidad neighborhood. Living in DC means opportunities to explore and experience new or unexpected things. 410[GONE] by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig and directed by Gregory King Strasser at the Rorschach Theatre was an unexpected delight. I attended […]


05 Apr 2018

Events:

Paper Dolls at Mosaic Theater Delivers Songs, Sass and Empathy

It’s getting more and more challenging for me to write reviews of plays at Mosaic Theater because all I want to say is, GO SEE IT! GO NOW! It’s no different with┬áPaper Dolls, A Play With Songs, playing through April 29. The play, written by Philip Himberg as a reimagining of Tover Heymann’s documentary Paper […]


28 Mar 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

“The Beckett Trio” by Scena Theatre

According to The Georgetowner, Scena Theatre is going back to their roots with their new staging of “The Beckett Trio,” three short plays by Irish playwright Samuel Beckett, running through April 8, 2018 at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, Lab Theatre I. The write-up in the Georgetowner, featuring an interview of Artistic Director Robert McNamara, […]


24 Jan 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

The Way of the World: Funny & Fierce

Sometimes a character is so bad, she’s good. That can certainly be said for Kristine Nielsen, as Aunt Rene, and Elan Zafir, as Reg in The Way of the World, now on stage at the Folger Theatre. While not in lead roles, these two actors own the stage. As a woman of a certain age […]


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