It’s a relief to be retired from the meat market after seeing Cock, the pugilistic, punch-drunk comedy by British playwright Mike Bartlett about relationships and shifting identities that sears you with snark while ripping your heart out.
Archives for May 21, 2014
“It’s similar to a lot of productions that we’ve done.” Allison Arkell Stockman was talking about the current production at Constellation Theatre Company, The Love of the Nightingale. Stockman is Constellation’s Founding Artistic Director and is the director of its current offering.
Plays by or about Jesus Christ, St. Thomas More, Johannes Gutenberg, Nora Ephron and a talking dog characterize NextStop’s 2014-2015 season, but first, the young Herndon, Virginia company will collaborate with Forum Theatre to present Gidion’s Knot, runner-up for the prestigious Steinberg Award as best new play of 2012.