There’s a certain irony in watching Sweat, a play about the annihilation of the American working class, in corporate-sponsored palatial theater charging $80+ a pop for full-price seats, not to mention a lobby table from notoriously anti-union and universally-despised cable giant Comcast.
Archives for January 2016
Palestinian-Israeli actor Gassan Abbas carries I Shall Note Hate, produced by Mosaic Theater Company of DC in residence at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, alone on his shoulders.
The past few years have seen a boom of plays trying to tackle the digital age. It’s an interesting prospect for theatre, a medium that in so many ways is diametrically opposed to the technological trends that the contemporary world is having growing pains over. It almost seems an impossible feat sometimes to create […]