FREE CAKE!! And now that I’ve grabbed your attention – Burn Out Blessings has a lot less to do with teaching and a LOT more to do with sex than I expected from its brief Capital Fringe blurb.
Archives for July 12, 2018
Review: Guerilla Theatre Works’ A New Nation
A New Nation has found the right city, the right moment and the right place at the Anacostia Arts Center this month. As national headlines bear down on this administration’s Muslim travel ban, zero tolerance immigration policy, and withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council, this collection of vignettes about immigration, family, and home […]
Review: Show Business 201 at Capital Fringe
It’s the Mr. Darcy/Elizabeth Bennett proposal scene! But – what if Mr. Darcy were directing a play about a butterfly catcher and his prey, and instead of wanting to MARRY Elizabeth, he wants her to play his leading lady butterfly?
Review: Barococo at Capital Fringe
As an amateur history buff, I’ve long been fascinated by Revolution-era France. Between podcast binges and addictive ancestry research, I want to better understand how the greatest power in continental Europe was nearly torn apart by unprecedented social and political reform, and how countries today might avoid such chaos. It was just my luck, then, […]