“Eric tends to be attracted to dark, poetic worlds.” Matthew Gardiner is directing Tender Napalm at Signature Theatre, where he is the Associate Artistic Director. I began our conversation about the play, which previews this week, by asking Gardiner how it had come to his attention. “Eric found it,” he replied, referring to Signature’s founding […]
Archives for March 21, 2014
“We decided to go out with a bang.” Nan Muntzing explained Annie was always on Potomac Theatre Company’s wish list of musicals it wanted to produce. The family appeal and the celebrated score were just two selling points of the popular retelling of Little Orphan Annie’s quest for a family.
The world is dying of a horrible virus, and nature is taking back what’s rightfully hers. There’s no food, no running water and communication with the outside world has been cut off. There are even reports that people are turning to cannibalism to stay alive. So…what’s the plan?