When he’s not busy playing the Green Goblin, out to destroy the world, in Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, Patrick Page is very much in demand as a Shakespearean actor, a playwright, director, and acting teacher. The multi-talented Patrick Page, well known to DC audiences, tells us what it’s like being in a show that has become a national obsession, and […]
Archives for March 10, 2011
A Ballet and Opera Double-Thrill WAM2! (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) has found an apt locale for making art; not war. It’s upstairs in the Atlas Performing Arts Center, where downstairs the Intersections New America Arts Festival is now running at full tilt.
Replete with heroes, villains, swords, and magic, the tale of Irish hero Finn Mac Cool possesses more than enough action and excitement to stand on its own. Not content to simply transplant the story to the stage as is, Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue has pushed the myth into overdrive with a healthy injection of […]