Stray from the path to Columbia and get thankfully lost in Toby’s enchanting, enjoyable production of Into the Woods.
Archives for July 20, 2015
One of the best gifts for parents with children this year is the newly formed National Children’s Theatre, a collaboration between Imagination Stage and The National Theatre, which brings full children’s theatre productions downtown to Pennsylvania Avenue. The National Children’s Theatre has chosen wisely in selecting Imagination Stage’s Helen Hayes award-winning The BFG (Big Friendly […]
Rick Santorum, the famous (infamous?) Senator turned Presidential-candidate turned whatever-he-is-now once said, “I’m living for donuts and venison, and that’s true. And specialty gopher meat.”
On my way home from Fringe on Saturday night, I experienced my most authentic moment in days. Some guy, in the gravelly voice of a life lived too hard asked the bewildered Chinese tourists standing next to a stray sack of garbage, “Excuse me, is that your bag?” with perfect inflection. The attractive woman sitting […]
Everyone’s got a story to tell, but some are more engaging for their wild and woolly details, and others more for the way they are told; Cara Foran’s story falls into the second category. A guided tour through the history of her romances, both with boyfriends and with DC itself, District of Cara has the […]
I sincerely feel rather awful sticking a rating of “2” on this work, because I in no way disagree with any of its points. War is certainly bad, and is often particularly cruel to women; the media cycle hypes conflict over peace, and war only happens because people believe in their personal, wrongheaded causes; love […]