No doubt about it. In Darfur is not an easy piece to watch. That’s to be expected. The “news” from that part of the world is not new. So brace for scenes and stories depicting the horrific violence perpetrated on masses of people in Sudan, the brutality, the degradation, the savagery that hit the mainstream […]
Archives for April 2010
One of the most diverse and unpredictable Helen Hayes awards in recent memory culminated last night with big triumphs for two big productions – the Kennedy Center’s Ragtime and Shakespeare Theatre’s King Lear.
Next season, Synetic Theater, Washington’s unique movement-theater company, will move to the Crystal City space now being used by Arena Stage. Vornado/Charles E. Smith president Mitchell N. Schear made the announcement at last night’s Helen Hayes Awards.
This Master Class fully lives up to its Tony Award status. Adding the exquisite performance of Tyne Daly to the mix makes this production of Master Class a must-see for any dedicated theater devotee.
Meet the producer, director, and cast of Limelight Theatre’s The Last Five Years. The Limelight Theatre and 1st Stage co-production of one of my favorite musicals, Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years, opens April 9th at the Jewish Community Center in Rockville and transfers to 1st Stage May 7th.
The new Alan Bennett play, The Habit of Art, now enjoying a sold-out run in London at the National Theatre, will be seen in Washington via hi-definition broadcast at the Lansburgh Theatre for a one-night-only screening Monday, May 3rd, 2010.