Under the magic of its yellow-and-blue striped tent, Cirque du Soleil has brought what may be its most rare and delightful show to date. Kurios reminds us that little and “oldie” can be exquisite, and it’s all delivered in the capital of bling, Tysons Corner, now billed as “America’s next great city.” (Not.)
Archives for July 22, 2016
In , she took me back so tenderly, banished? productions has created a 360 degree feast for the senses exploring loss, grief, and the fleeting nature of shared experience.
Part Monty Python, part Da Vinci Code, part Fiddler on the Roof, and part Albert Camus having an existential crisis, Glen Berger’s Underneath the Lintel is an engrossing one-man detective story, told here at Capital Fringe by a master actor giving a tour de force performance. If you have room in your closing weekend schedule, […]
Vote Early. Vote Often! The most important election of 2016 is coming up soon. I write of course, of the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival Audience Awards. This year’s awards are hosted by our good colleagues at TheatreMania. Check out the link here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/fringeawards I’ll be saving my picks for the best of the fest in […]
Meet the Riches. But don’t forget your body armor. An upper class couple living the late 1980s yuppie dream in suburban Minnesota, David (Dana Scott Galloway) and Carolyn (Adele Robey) Rich commemorate their 31st anniversary at the hotel in Red Wing where they honeymooned.