One raised leg casts quite a shadow. Anne Bancroft’s brief, famously suggestive moment in the 1967 film – bare calf and thigh, toes perched on the barstool – was too vivid for young Dustin Hoffman to resist, and too memorable for us to ignore. Can a stage play, particularly one written three decades later, teach […]
Archives for May 5, 2010
Edward Kelley, one of the most famous alchemists during the English Renaissance, is the subject of Richard Byrne’s play Burn Your Bookes. What the Taffety Punk Theatre Company contributes are offbeat touches to what would normally classify as your typical period piece.
Welcome to our newly redesigned DC Theatre Scene. As our new ‘ticket stub’ logo indicates, we think of DC Theatre Scene as a virtual theatre lobby where audiences and the theatre community meet and mingle, and that lobby has just grown bigger.