If you have ever needed an argument for the intimacy and immediacy of the theatre experience, consider Round House Theatre’s outstanding production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Even though the same novel was the basis for an Academy Award® winning 1975 movie, this deeply involving drama impacts the audience in ways that the […]
Archives for April 8, 2009
There is a wondrous appeal to Crowns that allows its return year after year to sell out crowds despite changing casts, and now even playing in a totally different venue, the historic Lincoln Theater with the wildly popular E. Faye Butler in the winning ensemble.
An article in this month’s Washingtonian magazine reminds us that the WAPAVA (The Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archives) continues to preserve performances through video tape and present them for viewing.