In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Somewhere nearby, there lived an elf. The hobbit found a ring and carried it with him — an act of courage that led him and his kin to 2.6 billion dollars in box office revenue. The elf mostly just lazed around, thinking really slowly and […]
Archives for July 20, 2012
If the world ended tomorrow, what would you do? Find someone to shack up with, grab an underground bunker, or… make crafts? All of these zany options are explored and more in Orbit Chef’s Apocalypse Picnic, a sketch comedy show featuring shorts that rang from cockroach governments to a meeting between Jesus and L. Ron […]
The clever and provocative premise of Washington-area playwright AP Carroll’s new play is that the Roman occupation of the land of Israel, the appearance of Jesus Christ (Kofi Owusu) and the rise of Christianity took place not two thousand years ago but in the present day.
Plan 9 from Outer Space meets Short Circuit in Planet Egg, Puppet Cinema’s low-fi, heart-felt science fiction spectacular.
Viewing Pointless Theatre’s Imagination Meltdown Adventure is like looking at a bowl of half-melted ice cream: what you see is runny, messy, and almost formless. But then you think “whatever:” though it might be a little soupy, it’s still just as sweet, cool and rich as it would be fresh out of the carton.
Billed as a Physical Comic Operetta, be forewarned that Stone Age Recreation: An Operetta is really more a dramedy with physicality.