Elaine May’s play Adult Entertainment, currently in previews in a production by The Klunch, “is pretty delightful. It’s kind of a porno Pygmalion sort of play, in terms of porn stars suddenly getting an education, and figuring out what their lives should mean. There’s a lot of nice layers to it, but, more than anything […]
Archives for March 9, 2018
I’m going to spoil one of the twists in A Burial Place for you. It comes about 25 minutes into this 100-minute production of A Burial Place, and sadly those first minutes before learning the twist are kind of, well, boring. Whether this is a flaw in Owen Panettieri’s generally keen script, or a lack […]
According to the newly released study by the US Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis, arts and culture have been good for the nation’s economy. And that has been especially true for DC, which led the nation in contributions to GDP.
After Avant Bard’s successful Helen Hayes Award-nominated production of The Gospel at Colonus last season (the original cast was nominated for “Outstanding Ensemble in a Musical – Helen” category), the company has staged a remount, now running through March 25. Sandra L. Holloway, who served as choreographer last time around, has directed the show, based […]
NextStop Theatre Company has offered professional theater to Herndon, VA and environs for five years, but for years before that the theater’s venue was home to one of the best community theaters in the DMV, the Elden Street Players. Thus the company has decided to kick off its sixth professional season (and the 30th season […]