Project 24/7 is to the Source Festival 2009 as Iron Chef is to cooking. In Iron Chef, culinary masters are assigned an ingredient (squid!) at random and told to construct an entire meal (Squid Salad! Lemon Drop Squid Soup! Roast Squid with Béarnaise Sauce!
Archives for June 2009
After the beautiful opening scene of Lyle the Crocodile, I’m holding my breath. Could the rest of the production be as good? An hour and a half later, I answer yes. This is children’s theater at its best.
June 19, 2009 – With less than an hour before curtain for Mel Brooks’ musical The Producers, actor Ben Dibble sat down with Joel Markowitz backstage at Walnut Street Theatre.
One of the things that makes Washington DC such an exciting theatre town is its willingness to nurture and cultivate new talent. The Source Festival is a great place to see new work from promising playwrights.
Welcome to our coverage of this year’s Source Festival which runs from June 20 – July 12th at Source, 1835 14th St NW in Washington.
How much play can you fit into ten minutes? More than you think. Source Festival 2009 opens with three groups of shorts, before expanding to one act and full length plays.
Joan Didion’s Year of Magical Thinking is a reflective look at the most difficult time in her life. As a world-class writer, Didion resorts to her craft to help clarify her own thoughts
It takes chutzpah to write new dialogue for Chekhov’s classic The Seagull and to insert Russian Jewish themes that didn’t exist in the original. While the setting and basic plot remain the same, Theater J’s The Seagull on 16th Street adds dramatic conflicts over the extent
What penalty does an artist pay for telling the truth? I am not speaking about the penalties paid by ordinary people like you and me (or at least me). We see those prices paid constantly, in Kosovo and Chile,
June 19 — My Philadelphia trip began with this hysterical interview with the bubbly and outrageous Jennie Eisenhower, just before the evening curtain for Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits.