Director Jerry Whiddon and actor Marty Lodge are back at Round House continuing a long friendship and professional collaboration. Jerry Whiddon was co-founder and producing Artistic Director of the company for twenty years. He helmed Travels with My Aunt, Our Town and The Swan, to name but a few. As an actor, Whiddon appeared as […]
Julia Cho’s The Piano Teacher is a tightly constructed chiller of a play that leads you down dark paths only to reveal unexpected recesses where the truth is darker still. The Rep Stage production, expertly directed by Kasi Campbell, carefully takes you by the hand through what seems to be a benign visit with a […]
If music is a universal language, why not add comedy and the use of household objects to the mix? That is pretty much what Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas did in the early 1990s when they originated STOMP, the live show that combines percussion, movement and improvisation to the delight of audiences around the world. […]
As perhaps the pinnacle of high comedy in the English language, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest should never lose its place among classic dramatic literature. Each carefully placed word and phrase works to rattle the Victorian status quo and shed light on the trivialities society placed in high regard.
Bell rings with truth, a fitting tribute The tribute to the life-loving and life-changing inventor Alexander Graham Bell would be welcome on any stage but feels very much at home in the Grosvenor Auditorium, where National Geographic Live is debuting the new one person play, their first foray into theatre production. The National Geographic Society […]
Bell by Jim Lehrer, starring Rick Foucheux, runs through September 21 When we caught up with Rick Foucheux, he had just begun rehearsals for Bell, the new solo play written by veteran TV journalist and author Jim Lehrer. The short rehearsal period comes to a close this week as the play’s subject, Alexander Graham Bell […]
Rorschach Theatre had two reasons to celebrate last night. On August 19, they debuted Neverwhere at Atlas Performing Arts Center and ended a successful fundraising effort. Not unusual for nonprofit theatre but there’s a twist. The funds were raised through Kickstarter, the crowdfunding site for creative projects.