I first saw Michael Stebbins, Artistic Director of Rep Stage, in 2005 juggling several phone lines and over a dozen roles in the solo show Fully Committed. Juggling seems to be what Stebbins is all about. He’s managed to take lead roles, direct plays, nurture a subscription base, and balance budgets for a small professional theatre […]
Archives for June 8, 2012
As with many of his plays, Bob Bartlett’s newest, Bareback Ink, began from a very personal place. The idea came during a tattoo session. “Earlier this year, I decided to get a second tattoo commemorating the death of my only brother – this one twenty years later – and the act was as frightening, exciting, and compelling an […]
The always hyperkinetic Synetic Theater company is in action again at its home base in Crystal City. This time, instead of funneling classic theater works through their uniquely visual, dance-centric system, they’ve chosen to unveil an original work entitled Home of the Soldier.