Cigdem Oktem is a smooth and likeable storyteller. It is a shame that her material is rarely up to her performance skills. Oktem’s show is mostly a mash-up of two different topics: how I kept my sanity during a period of unemployment (mostly by watching way too much cable television) and why I love my […]
Archives for July 9, 2010
I don’t think anyone ever told the lie that being black and lesbian in the 21st century was easy, but who knew it could be so funny? In the thoughtful, provocative, and insanely funny one woman show Where My Girls At?, Micia Mosely makes it so.
The 2010 Capital Fringe Festival has now opened and this year DCTS has invited some of our favorite bloggers to join our team of 20 writers covering each Fringe production.
“You’re boring the audience!” the Sprite (Jessie Dulaney) spits at Joan (Rachel Duda), who is trying to write a play. Sadly, this is one insightful sprite. Busted is a story about a woman in the process of writing a dreadful play, which she must complete in one month’s time. We are treated to bits and […]