50 Ways…, a new Fringe show from the mind of Mahayana Landowne, promises to fit 50 scenes into just 70 minutes of runtime. How can she do that? When you see it, the answer will become hilariously and heartbreakingly obvious: it only takes a moment for something to end.
Archives for July 20, 2018
Last January, Synetic Theater’s performance space (1800 S. Bell Street in Arlington) experienced somewhat of a theatrical disaster when a sprinkler system situated above the theater, part of the Marriott Hotel, burst during one of the coldest weeks our area had experienced in years. The water damage to the theater wasn’t too bad —at first. […]
Shopworn, a playabout finding the line between heritage and hate, and what do with the racist artifacts left behind, is a surprisingly fun show
Two unconventional beauties take us on a wild ride through sex, politics, and the politics of sex. As the title implies, Chlamydia dell’Arte is a sort-of burlesque, with a sort-of sketch comedy framework, all bound together with some delightfully honest and funny video interviews with friends and family members of the two performers. Everyone’s represented in […]