In roughly two hours, Cherokee packs in a man’s disappearance, sex in a tent, two slaughtered bunnies, a Native American wilderness guide, a midlife crisis, a pregnancy, bigamy, an improv theatre exercise, a case of amnesia, a fake accent, and an all-you-can-eat buffet. Not in that order.
Archives for February 18, 2015
Tracy Lynn Olivera and Nancy Robinette to lead shows next season at Ford’s Theatre
— Feb 18, 2015 – Today, Ford’s Theatre Society announced its play selections for the upcoming season (2015-2016) which hands two dynamic roles to DC actors. Nancy Robinette, whom Chris Henley describes as “the Meryl Streep of Washington theatre”, will lead the cast of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie and Helen Hayes multiple nominee Tracy […]
NextStop’s instant box office hit: Love, Loss and What I Wore
The late Nora Ephron said in an interview once, “What you wear and what happened to you are indelibly connected.” The writer of such films as “Julie & Julia,” and “When Harry Met Sally.” For this, Ephron worked with her sister and frequent collaborator Delia Ephron (also a novelist in her own right) to fashion […]
Restaurant review: America Eats Tavern near 1st Stage
Tysons, it’s where the stores are, but what about the restaurants? Tysons Corner’s two full-scale malls have turned the unincorporated edge city into one of the most coveted retail spaces in the area though its restaurant scene has not kept pace. Long a culinary backwater, Tysons has recently added some promising establishments that hint at […]