With a title as juicy as Bad Jews, a writer better be able to back up the bravado with some some serious skill. Luckily for DC audiences, Joshua Harmon is a young writer of uncommon emotional insight, rhetorical skill and giant brass balls. His skill in nomenclature being the least of his considerable talents, Harmon […]
Archives for November 12, 2014
Molotov’s chilling Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe
The dark genius of Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories and poetry can be enjoyed on your own, reading by flickering candle light just to add to the experience. Another way to enjoy a selection of Poe’s most popular tales is to let the fine folks at Molotov Theatre Group bring the nightmarish tales to life.
Stoppard’s The Real Thing on Broadway
Tom Stoppard is back on Broadway . His Indian Ink is playing at the Cort Theatre and now the Roundabout has produced his 1982 success The Real Thing as part of its season at the American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street. The new entry has assembled a stellar cast that includes Ewan McGregor, Maggie Gyllenhaal […]
Virus Attacks Heart at Venus Theatre
Sex with strangers can be exciting, awkward, and unsatisfying (or so I am told). The same can be said of Virus Attacks Heart by promising young playwright Shannon Murdoch at Venus Theatre.