Courtney rates it: Beyond DarkCorners is a daring double bill of two complementary performances by DC-based artists Christopher Prince and Terry Sidney. While exploring a vast variety of topics and subject matter, their message was clear as a riveted audience took in Sidney’s final words
Courtney rates it: On Saturday, the Corcoran Gallery became a site-specific location for the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange Summer Intensive students to excite and challenge both fans of the company and unsuspecting museum goers.
Courtney rates it: A woman scorned is nothing new. Neither is an exploration of the highs and lows of attraction, dating and love. But Farah Lawal’s spoken-word poetry breathes new life into a topic worn-thin
Courtney rates it: The death of a beautiful woman and the ensuing madness of her lover is perfect subject matter for a Sunday afternoon at the theater. Nicholas Allen and John Milosich creatively and beautifully adapt
Courtney rates it: Jay Nachman, after the death of his mother, finds himself wishing that instead of a middle-aged Jewish man, he were a gay Christian (because if you’re gay, you don’t have to pay for a $50