The Disappearance of Jonah By Laura Vogltanz It was raining. I was driving in D.C. And, I was heading to the dark and dreary theater known as The Shop. So far, not good.
Archives for July 24, 2008
Carnal Node by Danielle Martin Fringe ain’t just theatre, folks. And things that fall into ‘ain’t theatre’ sure can appeal to the theatre folks, as Great Noise Ensemble’s Carnal Node now running at the Harman Center proves.
Alain Nu: Mindbender By Laura Vogltanz Though I wouldn’t necessarily call Alain Nu: Mindbender a “magic” show, there were some components that made the audience say “How did he do that?” Even more interesting were the one in which some said “How did I do that?”
Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter by Julie Marie Myatt Directed by Jessica Thebus Produced by Oregon Shakespeare Festival Production at the Kennedy Center Reviewed by Debbie Minter Jackson The basic story about a soldier carrying physical and emotional wounds trying to return to society, is as current and timeless as it gets.
La Filia di Mussolini, and Other Stories Reviewed by Hunter Styles The fun of long-form solo comedy lies in the journey, not the destination. Ashley Strand knows this as he paces, frets, and giggles his way through his newest show.
The Warrior Reviewed by Carrie Klewin From the moment the lights come up in The Warrior, we’re in the middle of a war, we’re just never entirely sure if we’re safe behind enemy lines.
Busted Jesus Comix Reviewed by Carrie Klewin Like a typical teenager should be, Marco is painfully awkward, and so are the comic books he writes. Unfortunately, the production of Busted Jesus Comix suffers from the same behavioral condition.