Should the N word ever be used? Does the meaning of the word change in different contexts? Should the word be embraced or eliminated from our modern vocabulary? These questions frame Quinn Alston’s The N Word?, an exploration of the beliefs, opinions, myths and history behind to N word from the African American perspective both […]
Archives for July 16, 2011
Not everything at the Fringe Festival is “hungry” – produced on a dime for the sheer joy of creating live theatre. F#@king Up Everything (let’s call it FUE), in spite of what the title conjures up, comes to us with a list of support personnel that fills one entire page in the program. These folks […]
Every Night I Die is a tragic tale of love and loss. It deals in a delicate subject matter that leads to jaw-dropping dramatic moment. Playwright Amanda Andrei spins the story with just the right amount of twists and turns within an hour’s time. The actors have the challenge to fill that range from the […]
With a devilish smile and nose for storytelling, Kevin J. Thornton could be the life of any party. In his one man show, I Love You, (We’re F*cked), he brings the audience on an uproarious, bittersweet road trip through his personal tale of love, heartbreak, and endless struggle for personal growth.
Upon sitting down to an evening with Alice we, the reporters, are immediately offered refreshments and given a mini fashion show by the “Hostess of Washington” herself, played by veteran actress Joy Davidson. We are then ushered into an epic trip down memory lane with Alice triumphantly gushing details about many a public figure along the […]