“These people make me tense,” sings Leo Frank early in the dark musical Parade. “It’s like a foreign land.” If 1913 Atlanta feels alien to Frank, a transplanted New York Jew and the well-educated, bookish superintendent of a pencil factory, he feels alien to Atlantans, too. When a 13-year-old girl is found murdered in the […]
Archives for March 15, 2017
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, already notable for the socially and politically outspoken theater it brings to the Washington Stage, is kicking it up a notch with a sextet of hot-button plays for the 2017-2018 season.