Joel Markowitz is always discovering new talent, and now media sources are discovering him. His DCTS column, Theatre Schmooze, is packed with performer news and views and he has done scores of interviews for DCTS, sitting down with stars and newcomers alike. Recently, Joel added a monthly preview column on BroadwayWorld to his busy to-do […]
Archives for April 20, 2010
Those who prefer some brains with their bong-chica-bong-bong will revel in Olney Theatre Center’s goofy and gossamer-light production of Triumph of Love, directed by Clay Hopper with an appreciation for the old slap and tickle.
Skip the fall down Wonderland’s rabbit hole and check out this bizarre yet unique look at time travel through the eyes of demure but adventurous Victorian ladies. On The Verge, or The Geography of Yearning as staged by Jackson Phippin is chock full of good things.
Richard Branagh’s Public Enemy, as presented by Scena Theatre, is an interesting mash of psychological drama, shoot ‘em up gangster story, and affectionate film tribute.
This miracle musical from the pens of Jerry Herman and Harvey Fierstein, based on a French play by Jean Poiret, first landed on our shores in 1983 with a cast headed by George Hearn and Gene Barry. It returns now in a revival which was conceived and born in England at the Menier Chocolate Factory