Kwame Kwei-Armah, the artistic director of Center Stage, has been leaving Baltimore over the past few weeks to go to prison in New York. He’s also been busy in homeless shelters and recreation centers in all five boroughs. Kwei-Armah is directing an exuberantly playful Comedy of Errors for the Public Theater’s Mobile Shakespeare Unit.
Archives for November 5, 2015
On Your Feet Review: Emilio and Gloria Estefan’s Story in Song and Dance
From the first moments of On Your Feet, the Broadway musical celebrating the life and music of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, I thought: This show is sure to be a hit despite what any critics say. But it was the bar mitzvah scene that clinched my prediction.
World Builders, a love story from Forum Theatre (review)
It would have been easy for Johnna Adams, whose World Builders at Forum Theatre focuses on two drug trials participants being treated for Schizoid Personality Disorder (SPD), to write a play about a misunderstood disease.
Landless lands in Frederick
For those wondering what ever happened to Landless Theatre Company, the answer arrived this morning. Landless Theatre Company, headed by Producing Artistic Director Andrew Baughman, is busy working on two fronts: a breakthrough new musical adaptation and the opening of an arts incubator space in Frederick, Md.