In his interview with DC Theatre Scene, Ed Dixon, writer, composer, lyricist, and co-star of Cloak and Dagger, makes specific reference to The 39 Steps, Broadway’s newly classic minimalist farce, in his pursuit of a “zany, light, and fun” throwback film noir adventure. It’s a pretty high benchmark to set for oneself, and a high […]
Archives for June 17, 2014
Nick Olcott’s chamber-sized La Traviata
In this chamber version of Verdi’s classic opera, La Traviata, In Series dispenses with the pomp and melodrama to find the character study waiting underneath.
Buyer and Cellar star, Michael Urie, on Barbra and the Kahn connection
Michael Urie is coming to town in Buyer and Cellar, giving DC audiences the chance to see one of New York City’s most talked-about performances of last season. It’s exciting news that Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) has augmented its STC Presentation Series to include such a can’t-miss, hot-ticket show. (It did so at the last […]
From South Carolina, Confessions of a Good Man at DC Black Theatre Festival
South Carolina isn’t the first place that comes to mind when considering good theatre, but there are several gems ‘down south’ just waiting to be sought out. One South Carolina theatre company is making its way to the Nation’s capitol to participate in the DC Black Theatre Festival with their newest hit stage play Confessions […]