South Asian American Dance Reviewed by Danielle Martin Tehreema Mitha Dance Company combined classic South Asian dance with contemporary concepts innovating both form and the notion of borders
Archives for July 28, 2008
The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Bash’d, Damn Yankees and Broadway’s Rising Stars by Richard Seff Two Chris Durang plays in a week! Mr. Durang is raking it in from these two early plays alone. Proof that one’s children can be of help in one’s older age.
Thicker than Water Reviewed by Tim Treanor A Fringe Festival invites artists to take risks, and undertake radically innovative techniques to remake storytelling anew. In Thicker than Water, writer-actor Annie Houston uses the riskiest, most radical, and oldest storytelling technique of all: honesty.
eXtreme eXchange: Gasoline Hits $10 a Gallon by Danielle Martin eXtreme eXchange’s Fringe offering Gasoline Hits $10 a Gallon took over Woolly’s mainstage yesterday in partnership with the Fringe Training Factory.
Songs of My Life/Going Against the Flow Reviewed by Miranda Hall In the green-purple darkness of the 9:30 Club, languages mingle coolly above casual pre-show music. A trim woman wearing a black dress with enviable twirl potential snakes knowingly through the crowd.