Sasha Sinclair’s one woman show, Self Portrait, is an interesting dramatic piece. An autobiography, it takes the audience from Sinclair’s early childhood in Virginia to her adolescence in North Carolina, and finally to her present day life as an artist living in DC.
Archives for July 14, 2014
In Self-Portrait of a Sinner, playwright/performer Veronique MacRae seeks to show how the sinner destroys other people as well as herself. Admirable in flashes, the solo piece is impaired by uneven writing.
It takes courage to dance in front of a group of spectators, judging your every move. Yet, ArasDance has arrived in DC to let their presence be known, dancing gracefully and fluidly. In We’ve Come to Play, the dance troupe of five women provide ten contemporary performances that were well received by the audience.