The Synetic Theater troupe erupted onto the Lansburgh Theatre stage last Thursday with its own wildly, hyperkinetic vision of Mikhail Bulgakov’s surrealistic novel, The Master and Margarita. Directed by Synetic’s founder, Paata Tsikurishvili and choreographed by his wife, and ensemble co-founder, Irina Tsikurishvili — both of whom also star in the title roles — this […]
Archives for November 17, 2010
Politics is like the weather: the only thing predictable about it is its unpredictability. It changes – and changes back, and changes again – with a speed that keeps us from ever getting too comfortable. On TV, especially, we track politics like we track the weather: streams and currents of hot and cold temperament swirling […]
The Seafarer makes an interesting addition to the traditional holiday fare that theatres are offering. Quotidian Theatre Company’s latest production is a story of sin and redemption set in an Irish home on Christmas Eve. Despite a slow start, the play eventually evolves into a compelling story of salvation.