Hunter rates it: “The room is pregnant with possibilities” sighs actress Annie Huey, reclining in a chair and gazing out to us. The play she’s adopted to fill the space is A.D., a whirling vision of the early twenty-first century.
Archives for July 24, 2009
David rates it: If you haven’t had the experience of walking from a 21st century DC street into a 1920’s-era California speakeasy and old-time cinema, and somehow I doubt you have, then you owe it to yourself to see
Josh rates it: I find it hard to review modern dance. I appreciate modern dance as a reaction to classical movment concepts. I took a class in college on modern dance. I really do like modern dance. I just have a hard time figuring out what to say about it in a review.
Anna rates it: What do you get when you combine a talented group of actors, hermeneutics, diagrammed sentences, and thought-provoking deconstructionist dialogue? Aside from an entertaining and smart fifty minutes
Hunter rates it: In a small town, everybody knows everybody. But in a dark theatre, who knows anybody at all? Peter Neofotis sets out to bridge this gap through storytelling, fostering intimacy
Performances from Pepe! The Mail Order Monkey Musical, Is There Anybody Out There?, Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue Presents The Saints, The Comic Roach: A Roadhouse Picture Show, The Elephant Man – The Musical, and Tempest A Celtic Musical.
Tim rates it: Bare Breasted Women Sword Fighting, in which, um, bare-breasted women fight with swords, is actually the final act of a five-act anti-burlesque put together by dog & pony dc. It is an extraordinarily sharp and subtle bit
Tim rates it: There is no better place to see a show about sin than the basement of a church. Evil exists everywhere in the world, but you can’t have sin without religion to point it out.
Tim rates it: It’s Not Easy Being Green is actually a collection of four sharply-drawn short plays and a dance piece by Washington-area artists, all about relationships in an era of ecological consciousness. An understanding that our present environmental challenges