Zombie: The American is a marketing department’s dream—touching on political commentary with cheeky humor and more than a splash of the undead, it looks and sounds like a show that would bring Washington’s government staffers and hipster populations together for a night of good, absurd fun.
Archives for June 2, 2015
Sign of a good time had by all? Patrons of Everyman Theatre’s Blithe Spirit in the parking garage elevator making plans to return for another performance. Grandchildren, reluctant spouses, Nöel Coward devotees, pretty much anyone who admires wit and style will bask in the Prosecco-light, bubbly glow of this production, directed with 1920s elan by […]
The endearingly minimalist Our Town by Thornton Wilder gets a Commedia dell’Arte treatment from Faction of Fools. Does a Commedia troupe have anything special to bring to the Pulitzer Prize winning play? Indeed they do.