We have all had the experience of passing an attractive person on the street. While you or I might let the memory go after a minute or two, for Joe, she was the girl of his dreams and he becomes obsessed with finding her. Playwright Rand Higbee takes the idea to comic extremes in this […]
Archives for April 2012
Don’t let the title of Amy Herzog’s play 4000 Miles put you off. My first impression after hearing it was that it was probably another play about the war in Iraq or Afghanistan. But no, happily it refers to the bicycle journey young Leo (Gabriel Ebert) has made in order to visit his grandmother Vera […]
Promotional videos for theatrical productions are usually overseen, and sometimes recorded, by the theatre companies themselves. For its upcoming production, John & Beatrice, starring Jenna Sokolowski and Eric Messner, Hub Theatre’s Artistic Director Helen Pafumi placed her complete trust for the making of this critical marketing component in the hands of K Street-based video producers […]
Center Stage announced its upcoming 50th season on Friday, March 30th at Case[werks], a gallery across from Baltimore’s Penn Station.
On Saturday, March 31st, three playwrights received awards and checks totaling $40,000 at the 36th Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville, Kentucky. Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World, Yussef El Guindi’s play about a man who comes to America from Egypt and falls in love with a life-buffeted American waitress has […]
Sucker Punch, Roy Williams’ drama about two young men coming to adulthood in 1980’s London, has been given a one week extension, Studio Theatre announced Friday. The play will now close April 15th.