With a topic as fascinating as how Rodgers and Hammerstein (and Logan) converted Michener’s “Tales of the South Pacific” into the musical South Pacific, the Broadway Legacies series is off to a tantalizing but frustrating start.
Archives for September 28, 2010
A cracking good yarn, entertainingly recounted, makes a smashing start to the fall theater season. Shipwrecked! An Entertainment. The Amazing Adventures of Louis De Rougemont (As Told by Himself) by playwright Donald Margulies, charmingly revives the old-school art of storytelling in a delightful, low-tech comedy at Everyman Theatre that will captivate both Luddites and whippersnappers […]
Quique Aviles, poet and brilliant impersonator of true stories, is back. After two sold-out blockbusters at the GALA Tivoli Theatre, Aviles has returned to the 55-seat black box theater in the DCArts Center with the same show about Salvadoreans in Washington D.C.