Have things become so grim in our political life that we’ve lost the capacity to laugh at ourselves? Granted, we have managed to nominate the two most despised candidates for President since we started measuring this sort of stuff. Hell, I’ll go farther than that: Hillary and the Donald are the most disliked candidates for […]
Archives for June 15, 2016
If you are a loyal and nostalgic fan of John Denver’s music, by all means head to Annapolis and see the Infinity Theatre Company’s production of the new jukebox musical Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver.
Shakespeare is an adventure with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company and especially when staged as a moveable feast in the Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park. Using the ruins of a once thriving girls’ finishing school in Howard County, the company pulls out all the stops, and takes pride in inviting you in to follow the actors […]
The all-female production of The Taming of the Shrew in Central Park, with Janet McTeer as the macho Petruchio and Cush Jumbo as the shrew he starves into obedience, seems to be working hard to make the play more palatable. Director Phyllida Lloyd starts by evoking a certain presidential candidate and former beauty pageant owner.