Love and Botany sprouts six unique tales of plants, romance, and unlikely connections. CulturalDC has married some unlikely theatrical bedfellows for its ongoing Source Festival, and none more unexpected than Love and Botany. This quirky collection of ten minute shorts spans six tales of “plants and romance” that are entertaining, if not periodically mystifying.
Archives for June 9, 2015
Emotionally revitalizing, experimental and spectacular. This gut-wrenching ground-breaker exposes hidden Argentinian history, so expect the unexpected in this well-constructed musical by Patricia Suárez-Cohen. Composer/lyricist Mariano Vales has created spell-binding, beguiling lyrics set to minor-keyed music, echoing Slavic-Jewish toe-tapping folk tunes. The mix will keep you edgy with suspense, knocked dizzy and breathless, even inspired.
Synetic Theater’s five show season was just added to our developing look at the upcoming season 2015-2016, Season at a Glance. Synetic begins its season with their entry in the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival, a new conception of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, adapted by none other than Lloyd Rose, screenwriter, playwright and former theatre […]