Defending the Caveman by Rob Becker Performed and directed by Cody Lyman Produced by Theater Mogul and Nederlander of Bethesda Reviewed by Rosalind Lacy On stage at the Bethesda Theatre, two prehistoric cave paintings serve as historic reminders that even though we think we’ve changed, our DNA programming hasn’t. One shows males hunting bison; the […]
Archives for July 12, 2008
Mothers of Invention by Miranda Hall Cheese made from breast milk? An apple that annihilates acne? Bananas to make your nails grow? Be sure to save room for Laura Poe’s rich and highly inventive one-woman show,
The Naked Party Reviewed by Tim Treanor Fringe? Fringe? Man, this is the definition of Fringe:
Love Converges: Two Acts of Love Anthony Sanford Jr. If realism is your thing and you want a standard living room style theatre experience, Love Converges might be the thing for you,
A Report of Gunfire Reviewed by Tim Treanor David Loehr’s script is lucid, and even elegant at times. Director Joel David Santer has put together a tight show, and actor/monologist Dan Crane clearly has the chops to pull it off.
The Nature and Purpose of the Universe Reviewed by Tim Treanor I have to admit that after watching The Nature and Purpose of the Universe, I still don’t know the nature and purpose of the universe.
The Girl in the Iron Mask Reviewed by Steven McKnight As a devoted fan of swashbucklers, I had high hopes for The Girl in the Iron Mask, a feminist twist on the classic Alexandre Dumas tale.
McSwiggin’s Pub Reviewed by Steven McKnight McSwiggin’s Pub is a slight pleasure, but a pleasure nonetheless.