American Shakespeare Center joins only a few companies in the country to have obtained permission from authorities for live performances this summer. ASC will perform Othello and Twelfth Night in rep, starting July 25. Calling it their “SafeStart” season, the company developed protocols in strict accordance with VA Commonwealth, VDH and CDC guidelines to protect […]
Archives for July 14, 2020
Mosaic cancels Fall season; Ari Roth takes a sabbatical
DC’s Mosaic Theater Company will not produce its Fall schedule of plays, Board Chair Bill Tompkins announced in a press release which DC Theatre Scene received today. “Conditions remain too uncertain for a resumption of in-person performances at this time. Like so many other arts organizations, we have to do what’s best for the whole […]
Review: Synetic Theater’s The Decameron, Day 5, a silent trio of humor and noir
Day 5 brings us three new short works by Synetic Theater members as studies on life in the time of Covid. Kat Cárdenas-Cruz put a smile on my face with her short piece, “An Artist Struggles.” She directly links back to Giovanni Boccaccio, the progenitor of ten days, each with ten tales, that we know […]
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