The story promises to be one that more than enough folks are familiar with—the horrors of dealing with that ill-fated creature of criticism, the mother-in-law. Mother-in-Law: The Musical, written by Suzanne Knapik and directed by Kelli Boyd, ostensibly follows the ups and downs of the relationship between a mother-in-law, her daughter, and her daughter’s wife/partner/whichever […]
Archives for July 14, 2010
What do you imagine Pamela H. Leahigh wrote before she had her first romantic kiss? A sonnet? A letter of unimaginable and unrequited love, directed at the hot boy at school but never sent? A diary entry describing confusion over the first tendrils of amorous longing?
The Capital Fringe, unjuried and uninhibited, is open to every conceivable expression of the theatrical art. I have seen searing psychological drama and raucous solo comedies. I have seen naked people chase each other around the stage throwing beer and dead people playing guitars. There are some things I have yet to see – an […]