In the lobby of the theater where Clive Owen is making his Broadway debut in a revival of Harold Pinter’s 1971 Old Times, a t-shirt on sale is printed with the single word “pause.” That’s an inside joke for Pinter fans – which is also a good description for the play itself, although an inside […]
Archives for October 6, 2015
Spoiler Alert: This review reveals plot points about the medical mystery Want to get inside a woman’s brain? The world premiere Animal, by British playwright Clare Lizzimore, part of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival, allows you to do just that. Staged in close quarters and in the round by director Gaye Taylor Upchurch, Studio Theatre […]
One of the gifts of Carroll’s Wonderland is that its world of illogical situations and creatures both provides the structure of a narrative while allowing plenty of space to imagine and interpret the absurdity in whatever way one may choose.
Michael Hollinger’s Tiny Island certainly fits the theme chosen for the Washington Stage Guild’s 30th year—“A Season of Past & Future.” The premise of estranged sisters reuniting after decades of stony neglect—in the movie house sanctuary of their childhood, no less—and finding their way forward by confronting the past is ripe for exquisite theater but […]
Pointless Theatre’s production of Gimme a Band! Gimme a Banana! The Carmen Miranda Story by Mel Bieler and Patti Kalil debuts October 15, 2015 at the Trinidad Theatre.
Gimme a Band! Gimme a Banana! The Carmen Miranda Story by Mel Bieler and Patti Kalil debuts October 15, 2015 at the Trinidad Theatre, produced by Pointless Theatre.