Angel Street (titled Gaslight when English audiences first saw it) is a 1938 suspense thriller. The lovingly rendered production at Olney Theatre Center demonstrates why it was successful both as a Broadway play and a motion picture.
Archives for June 24, 2013
Two theatre companies recently became owners of their own performing spaces. This weekend, we attended the celebration of the purchase of Church Street Theatre by its resident company Keegan Theatre (more on that soon.) The second piece of good news arrived on Friday, June 22nd, when Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company announced that it had purchased […]
– by guest writer Ian Leahy – “His name… He said he wants me to call him Orson. He won’t look like an alien. He said he’d try and find a person’s body willing to let him overtake it for a little while…”
– by guest writer Clarissa McKithen – Four Women is not a performance, but a journey. Not a traditional play, but a glimpse into the multiple dimensions of black womanhood. This production was inspired by Nina Simone’s song with the same title that describes four archetypes of black women – Aunt Sarah, Safronia, Sweet Thing, […]