American Psycho, a musical about a fashion-conscious serial killer, is not the most misbegotten show ever on Broadway. It only feels that way for a couple of moments – such as the production number that features zombie-like movements by half-naked cast members smeared in blood.
Archives for April 21, 2016
A Streetcar Named Desire at Everyman Theatre (review)
Oh, what a night in Baltimore Wednesday. One year after the Freddie Gray violence, there was a festive air downtown as people of all stripes thronged the streets, cafes and restaurants as they made their way to the Bruce Springsteen concert, the Orioles game or the theaters. Iconic cries rang in the air—“Bruuuuuuuuuce!” “OOOOOOOOOO’s!” and […]
A glowing baby is just the beginning. Randy Baker discusses The Electric Baby
DC native Stefanie Zadravec is a resident playwright at New Dramatists in New York City, and over the last seven years, has seen her star rise with a Helen Hayes Award for the 2009 staging of Honey Brown Eyes at Theater J and as the recipient of the 2013 Francesca Primus Prize for her play, The Electric […]
Will Eno’s Middletown by Lumina Stage (review)
Will Eno is not the easiest writer to access and understand with his lyrical use of language and words that dance and dangle and quirky characters. The young performers at Lumina Studio Theatre dig into the souls of Middletown’s eccentric inhabitants and relay how we connect to and disconnect from each other in touching […]