Amy Carter is 47 years old now, but she is forever 12 in history, and also in First Daughter Suite, Michael John LaChiusa’s fanciful musical at the Public Theater. In the musical, however, unlike in history, Amy travels to Iran to free the hostages and also makes the First Lady quack like a duck.
Archives for October 21, 2015
Anu Yadav returns to Forum with ‘Capers (review)
In 2001, using a massive federal grant, the City of Washington decided to turn the Arthur Capper/ Carrollsburg Housing Project into a mixed-income community, displacing the 707 families within it. You know how the road to Hell is paved, right?
Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite from Molotov Theatre Group (review)
The fear of the unknown is the greatest fear that plagues us. This is the conceit of the works of H.P. Lovecraft, and the mission statement of Molotov’s newest work, a staged adaptation of six of Lovecraft’s short stories entitled Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite. And yet, ironically enough, it is the utter lack of the unknown […]
UpClose: Susan McCully, Women’s Voices Theater Festival
Susan McCully’s new play, Kerrmoor, opens October 29th, co-produced by Interrobang Theatre Company and Strand Theatre Company.