Brittany Alyse Willis, a non-binary trans person, who uses the singular “they” as their pronoun, used to commute to work by riding the Red Line from Maryland into Metro Center to work at one of the shops at the Natural History Museum, and although they didn’t know it at the time, their daily journey would set […]
Archives for April 10, 2018
MET’s Rapture, Blister Burn is sharp and engaging (review)
Rapture, Blister, Burn is a masterful exploration of feminism in practice, and Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) gives it a sharp, engaging production sure to stoke important conversations over coffee after the show.
Review: Landless’ symphonic metal version of Mystery of Edwin Drood
When I last encountered Landless — full disclosure, I performed with the group in a 2006 production — they seemed to delight in being charmingly slapdash and a bit ramshackle in their approach. Like rock n’ roll, the mess and lack of polish is the point, right? And it’s still the case now in their, […]