Laura C. Harris has now starred in my two favorite Signature Theatre productions. Her star turn in the immersive physical (and criminally underseen) Tender Napalm put her on my fanboy map, and now her performance in Annie Baker’s subtle, lovely Pulitzer Prize winning The Flick puts her in those rare ranks where I’m pretty sure she’d […]
Archives for March 14, 2016
What happens when you accept all the different colors in the world as equal and beautiful? You get a rainbow. In this delightful, droll allegory set to music, El Mundo es un pañuelo/The World is a Handkerchief, Chilean playwright Jorge Díaz, shows us the joy of diversity.
Holly Twyford will reach another milestone in her notable career as a Washington actor when she tackles the role of Martha in Edward Albee’s masterpiece, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, as part of Ford Theatre’s 4-production season next year.
Kennedy Center’s World Stages is what I might call a rolling festival of international works that defy easy categorizing of genres, and no show more so than The Odyssey: from Vietnam to America.