In my other reviews, I’ve made mention of cabaret as a fascinating opportunity with a name artist. Tonight, it’s just artist and audience, me as me, you as you, and we will share something directly, it seems to promise. There is a sense of palpable excitement at the opportunity of receiving this vulnerability before the […]
Archives for February 21, 2014
Celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, the Atlas Intersections Festival will bring together hundreds of D.C.-based performers and thousands of theater fans over three weekends to join together in exploring beyond what’s on the stage.
It’s safe to say that Virginia Woolf’s gender-bending classic novel “Orlando: A Biography” was ahead of its time when originally published in 1928, telling the story of a young 17th-century Elizabethan man who goes to bed one night as a duke only to find himself transformed into a duchess the next morning. Legend has it […]