“A handshake in a corridor,” is the phrase John Moletress used to describe the genesis of Jarman (all this maddening beauty). Described as “a premiere work-in-progress performance,” the piece can be seen at Atlas Performing Arts Center through Sunday, Apr. 27.
Archives for April 24, 2014
Folger Shakespeare Theatre’s 2014-2015 will focus on the political and the historical, the company announced yesterday, including a production of Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart which will feature two of the area’s best actors, Kate Eastwood Norris and Holly Twyford, as rival queens.
“I feel like it’s one of the greatest achievements of our career. I feel more proud than I’ve ever felt of anything,” Susan Marie Rhea, co-director of Keegan Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of Hair, told Metro Weekly. Unless you’re already a lucky ticket holder, there’s no chance of hearing the ensemble perform Hair, as the […]