Michael Hollinger, who is enjoying a well-deserved revival here (he co-adapted Folger’s Cyrano with Aaron Posner, and his Red Herring had a recent run at Washington Stage Guild), was a violinist before he was a playwright. He thus brings insight and assured realism to Opus, a story about the lives of classical musicians who are, […]
Archives for June 13, 2011
In Peter Marks’ article in the Washington Post this weekend, Molly Smith, Artistic Director of Arena Stage, was quoted as saying that in theater today to survive is to thrive. Down alongside Washington’s southwest waterfront, there is something more than surviving going on in Smith’s still freshly minted Mead Center for American Theater.