As the novel coronavirus continues to spread COVID-19 across the globe, large scale gatherings across the world face postponement or outright cancellation. But this is hardly the first time, The Amateurs reminds us, that humankind has been thrown into a worldwide emergency. Playwright Jordan Harrison draws a line between the Black Death of the 14th […]
Archives for March 11, 2020
Theater J reveals the 7 plays for its 2020-2021 season
True events, leavened with fable and fantasy (and a little bit of the Kinsey Sicks) will propel Theater J’s 2020-2021, the company has revealed. In five months, the outline of our national plebiscite will be in better focus than it is now, which may make it clear sailing for another round of Electile Dysfunction and […]
Review: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), a fun riff at Chesapeake Shakespeare
The hefty tome of Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets, a nondescript table, two chairs and a turquoise feather boa is apparently all one needs to stage all of the Bard’s output: if you skip a few things. With The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), Chesapeake Shakespeare pulls a rabbit out of a tattered hat with […]
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