Archives for November 7, 2016

Where Words Once Were at The Kennedy Center (review)

Language is a playground. Structures and agreed-upon rules are there to be bent and broken, juxtaposed and toyed with. The Kennedy Center’s latest commission, Where Words Once Were, posits a world where language has been restricted to the point of absurd oppression. It’s a tricky gambit, one that pays big dividends in Colin Hovde’s remarkably […]

Happenstance’s Gorey-ish Cabaret Macabre returns to Baltimore (review)

Still hanging on to those last few pieces of Halloween candy? Hesitant to fold your skeleton t-shirt into the Out Of Season box of clothes? Luckily for those who revel in the season of shivers, Happenstance Theater has brought its Edward Gorey inspired show to town. And not just any town: Baltimore, home of Edgar […]

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