Theresa Rebeck is a playwright who combines the politically active mind of the late Lillian Hellman and the brittle wit of the late Jean Kerr, two formidable playwrights who greatly enriched Broadway seasons from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Archives for February 6, 2012
Sing? Dance? Speak a foreign language? Impossible Theatre casting 5 multi-talented actors
Auditions Feb 8 from 2 to 8pm Impossible Theater Company is looking for five (5) multi-faceted actors to devise a site-specific performance about the Apocalypse and our connection to the Divine. Actors of all ages and types will be considered, however,those actors chosen may be expected to play a variety of widely different roles.
Les Mis Teen Professional Company and TYA, Jr auditions Feb 13 – 17
Drama Learning Center is pleased to announce upcoming auditions for DLC’s Teen Professional Company, Teaching Young Actors (TYA), and their production of Les Miserables February 13-17, 2012. Auditions for Drama Learning Center’s Jr. Company will also be held on the same dates. Grade-eligible auditionees will be considered for placement in either company.
The life and times of director PJ Paparelli
PJ Paparelli, having been through a battle or two of his own, knows how to direct the conflict besetting the two gentlemen of Verona. A young man of promise, moving forth from a working-class background, has an unbroken string of successes. Along the way, he meets other young people, some born of great wealth, who […]
When the lights come up, Death, impersonated by an ominous, stone-faced Matthew Pauli, stands center stage, softly playing a ukulele. Death, who is biding his time, often grinning, even leering, stalks with a cane through just about every scene and takes delight in lovers’ quarrels and family friction.
Devil Boys from Beyond
Landless Theatre is at it again. Yes, the company that brings you inane post-modern theatre, has hit another one: Devil Boys from Beyond, premiering this February, and though it’s a triple to the right field wall rather than a grand slam, it’s still worthy of a trip to Adams-Morgan.