“It’s like bringing Washington Theatre into your kitchen.” the theatreWashington Web site enthuses, describing their first cookbook making its official debut this Monday, November 18th.
Archives for November 14, 2013
Fangs you very much, Matthew Bourne, for reimagining the classic story ballet Sleeping Beauty as a gorgeous, gothic, vampire-filled romance that substitutes brimstone for the treacle.
Yael Farber’s Mies Julie, an unflinching adaptation of the Victorian shocker Miss Julie, clenches you tightly and doesn’t let go during its 90-minutes of fever-dream performance art staged at the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Lansburgh Theatre.
It all looks so simple, the making of a hit musical, when the creators and cast have done it right. After Midnight is a suitable example of the kind of success about which one might ask: “All you have to do is choose great material and cast it well — and voilà! – you’ve got […]
Tracee Chimo’s performance as “Diana” in Bad Jews is not going to make any new friends. Her work in this acerbic new play by Joshua Harmon is masterful and brave as she tears at the throats of her antagonists.