Crestfall – Studio Theatre By: Debbie M. Jackson Crestfall, currently playing at Studio Theatre’s Secondstage, written by brazen young Irish playwright Mark O’Rowe fulfills the historical legacy of rock solid story telling, cut with a piercingly modern and urban edge. The individual stories are told by three highly accomplished actresses monologue style with no interaction among them, […]
Archives for October 24, 2006
Never the Sinner
Never The Sinner is Not Yet There By: Fiona Zublin Never The Sinner – Actor’s Theater Of Washington In 1924, two teenagers, Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, committed murder for no reason. They were intelligent-both had IQs placing them well above “genius”-and bored, and rich. They have fascinated the world ever since, and make […]
Review: Meat and Potato Theatre debuts with scrappy 1984
Watching 1984 at the Playbill was like double-warped time travel. My vivid flashbacks of how far into the future that date seemed as a kid in the 1960’s, collided with the present reality of how long ago it was, only to be smacked with the parallels between the Big Brother totalitarian state and U.S.A. in […]
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