Arena Stage’s world-premiere musical Snow Child tries to be many things at once—the personal story of a married couple struggling to cope with the loss of a child; a fairy tale incorporating elements of magic; a musical homage to the Alaskan wilderness and its local traditions; and a snapshot of a particular time in Alaskan […]
Archives for April 30, 2018
Keegan’s next season packs two big musicals in its 7 show adult season, and 2 shows for kids
Keegan’s 2018-2019 season will begin next September with a reprise — of John Strand’s Lincolnesque, which Keegan first ran in 2009. A young Congressional aide, desperate to save the campaign of his clueless Member, turns to his psychotic brother, who believes that he is Abraham Lincoln. Might Francis be able to produce a — um, […]
Review: Judy Moody & Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt
Adventure Theatre MTC’s production of Judy Moody & Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt is a bounty filled with madcap fun and laughter. The fact that it’s part of a seven-theatre nationwide co-commission getting its world premiere here is a testament to the company’s award-winning quality programing.
Take Five! with Helen Hayes nominated Designers
Designers enliven the dark stage with light, color, texture and sound. Take Five! with designers: Alejo Vietti, Cory Pattak, Debra Kim Sivigny, Elizabeth Jenkins McFadden, Helen Q Huang, Jason Lyons, Justin Schmitz, Kendra Rai, Kenny Neal, Lindsay Jones, Matthew Nielson, Milagros Ponce de León, Misha Kachman, Neil McFadden, Olivia Sebesky, Paige Hathaway, Patrick W. Lord, […]
Review: Synetic’s Titus Andronicus, wordless, bloodless yet chilling
Take out the words, and it turns out you can make Shakespeare’s most violent play even more brutal and terrifying.
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