Artful. Brilliant. Irreverent. Simple, yet genius. Everything—from the writing to the stage direction and the acting itself—is a marvel to watch in the Alliance for New Music-Theatre’s salute to Vaclav Havel, a poet, playwright, dissident, and former president of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic.
Archives for September 25, 2013
Reveals from the set of Woolly’s Detroit
In Lisa D’Amour’s Detroit, Woolly Mammoth faced overlapping challenges to bring the show together. The play calls for a set in which two houses face each other across a shared back yard: One household well-maintained, but perched precariously on the brink of ruin, and another that has already begun a descent into decay.
Queen musical We Will Rock You set for the Hippodrome
While Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre is more accustomed to hosting repeat visits from tours such as Jersey Boys and The Book of Mormon (both scheduled for this season), on October 15th, Charm City audiences will be the first in the U. S to see the British musical We Will Rock You, the West End phenomenon featuring […]