Greg and Philip rate it: Stomp! A delicate chime from the sparkling bhekamukha girdle falls to the floor. Stomp!! A white accent piece from the beautiful allaka headdress flutters behind a richly clad dancer.
Archives for July 20, 2009
Ben rates it: A riotous, uncompromising musical odyssey, The Terrorism of Everyday Life chronicles musician Ed Hamell’s hard-edged life and career as he shouts, sings, and strums his opinions on our messed-up American culture.
Josh rates it: Finally, proof that a Fringe musical can be genuinely good. Not just a show I can find the good in, but one that is good from start to finish. And all this from a show with the title Captain Squishy’s Yee Haw Jamboree?
Mo rates it: Despite being on the literal ‘fringe of Fringe’ as Source theater’s producing artistic director, Carla Hubner put it, the festival spirit is clearly alive and well in Cabaret Carousel.
Debbie rates it: If you could conjure up someone who could get across the magic, frustration, horror and satisfaction of teaching in the California public school system, out would pop Jack Freiberger,
Hunter rates it: Not all who wander are lost, right? So the saying goes. Many who travel with no destination do it simply out of a brave desire to learn about themselves and stumble upon new scenes, new forms, new connections. The performance group Weerd Sisters
Ben rates it: The lights dim, the audience grows quiet, and an unnamed man calmly rises from the back of the theater. With his distinctive, deliberate voice and slight lisp, Luther Jett describes
Debbie rates it: “Good enough for government work” is a well-known phrase in this “federal company town,” and it would be nice if a play bearing that title could add some spicy insight, a little levity, originality and creativity to help explain it.
Caitlin rates it: Even before the South-Asian American Dance performance began, I was immediately taken by the diversity amongst the dancers. Reading bios in the short program, I was intrigued