Chocolate Jesus Our Award: 4 Fringes Produced by Speakeasy DC by Ronnie Ruff It’s Friday evening, I arrive home from a long day at the office, I was not sure I was ready for a show called Chocolate Jesus. What I witnessed however was something akin to Toastmasters on steroids — poignant, funny stories strengthened […]
Archives for July 21, 2007
SAT, July 21 We had a fabulous opening performance Friday afternoon. The cast made Darius’ arrangements shine. The staging was smart and sexy. I heard comments like ‘This is better than anything I saw in the Fringe last year – and I went to 30 shows.’ ‘I’ve got to see this one again.’ ‘Fantastic.’ ‘Truly […]
Queen of the Bohemian Dream Our Award: 5 Fringes Produced by Lorraine Treanor by Joel Markowitz “How was it for you?” asks lyricist Fran Landesman in the opening song of the immensely entertaining review, Queen of The Bohemian Dream, now playing at Source Theatre during the Fringe Festival.
Naked Cabaret beyond bare! Our Award: 3 Fringes Produced by DC Cabaret Network by Joel Markowitz Part of Capital Fringe Festival Judy! Judy! Judy! I loved last year’s version of Naked Cabaret. This year I loved it less.
By Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney Produced by Studio Theatre Directed by Keith Alan Baker Reviewed by Gary McMillan Cannibal musicals may be an acquired taste (try Sweeney Todd if you’re feeling a bit peckish), but Studio Theatre’s 2ndStage production of Reefer Madness is a lip smackin’ good entry (or is it entre?) in the […]