Staff in the Executive Office Building scramble over yet another incident involving the Vice President. This time, while the President and his advisors are photographed tensely following the release of hostages, the VP seems more interested in a cell phone. The embarrassing photo has gone viral. Later, the White House’s Dream Metric Team analyzes the […]
Archives for May 9, 2013
“Can you dance? Can you sing? Well, whad’ya got?” In Keegan Theatre’s version, it’s the short balding guy who shows the folk at the audition, upstage, mind you, what God has given him. At which point, the men eye him with a mixture of awe and envy and the fast-talking accompanist Jeanette goes speechless and […]
More than 30 years after Sid Vicious snarled “My Way,” punk is busting out all over once again. There is a punk couture show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, spikes adorn clothes and bags and even the likes of Miley Cyrus are sporting Mohawk ‘dos.
This rather stylized play explores the emotional tailspin of new parents after the birth of a hideously deformed, special needs baby and is like tough love – hard to take at the time but you’re better off for the experience. The impact lingers long after the production is over.
In this first of a two play evening, playwright Allyson Currin covers safe, familiar territory of friendship, commitment and support. Here, three playground Moms share aspects of their lives while watching their brood from the playground bench.