Interview with Andrew Baughman and Melissa Baughman of Landless Theatre – With this interview, DC Theatre Scene is thrilled to introduce our newest writer, Joe Brack, DC area actor, teacher and writer. – Beneath the pleasing din of Indian radio and the bustle of Adams Morgan, on an unseasonably gorgeous Sunday afternoon, I am sharing […]
Archives for April 4, 2012
They lie who say that Ah, Wilderness! was Eugene O’Neill’s only comedy. Strange Interlude is funnier and more savagely incisive. Where Ah, Wilderness! was a sepia-tinted journey to O’Neill’s past, softened by the illusions that memory manufactures, Strange Interlude is twenty-three years in the bright light of the present tense, where characters live in the […]
It’s a miracle this play exists. The Oscar-winning 1954 movie On the Waterfront, written by Budd Schulberg and directed by Elia Kazan, has reached iconic status as a Mob violence flick about an ex-prizefighter turned labor leader.