“My employer is an asshole.” Shakespeare said that. Ok, not exactly. But the Rude Mechanicals somehow fit the line seamlessly into Arden Now, their abbreviated and modified – yet still spoken in verse – version of As You Like It. Nicole Hertvik reviews for DC Metro Theater Arts
Archives for July 13, 2017
KOENIGSBERG – It started off a day just like any other. My colleague and I had just finished a performance of our play I’m Margaret Thatcher, I Is! at Atlas’s Lab II venue (plug plug plug). After a long day on the job, we decided to stop by H &Pizza, like so many times before. […]
There are surprisingly few one-actor musicals. Even rarer: solo musicals where the protagonist juggles razor-sharp daggers. Make your one-actor, dagger-juggling musical about a lesbian circus performer in the days of the Wild West and you have — Daggers MacKenzie.
Internet addiction is no laughing matter. However, for the talented team now lighting up the stage at the Sprenger Theatre at Atlas, the Internet–and all the craziness it has produced–is the stuff of which jokes are made. Ravelle Brickman reviews for DC Metro Theater Arts
There is no doubt in my mind that Jane Franklin Dance’s Aflight brings something special to Fringe. Usually based in Arlington, this group blends music, dance, and visual art in a way that is not only enjoyable to watch, but flows—it is rare to find a show where these elements work together so well, and are so […]