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
Tour Starts Here
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.
So Do You Love Me Yet?
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
I’m Not Oedipus
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
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