One curiosity of the theater – though it is being seen more and more in film as well – is a script that has been translated from another language. When we watch a play in translation, whether it’s one of the recent runs of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya that have come through DC or a 2000 […]
Archives for June 3, 2015
How does the old song go? “If it weren’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all.” That sums up Margaret Walsh, whose hand to mouth existence is as normal for her as breathing. Margie (that’s a hard “g”) is from Southie, or South Boston, where the working class residents scrape by and make […]
One thing I will say about Robert Bolt’s political drama A Man for All Seasons – it is a lot funnier than I remembered. Perhaps it is our changing sensibilities but I think it also speaks to the sensitivities NextStop Theatre Company brings to their current production.
– Alliance for New-Music Theater was invited to bring Kafka’s Metamorphosis to this year’s Prague Fringe Festival. Susan Galbraith takes us there as a Fringe goer and producer – We’re back at the Prague Fringe Festival , now in its fourteenth season, an annual pilgrimage for many – coming from places like Coventry (England) to […]