Danielle rates it: Structured as a night at a restaurant with six small courses, each sketch is a course to amuse the mind and lighten the heart.
Danielle rates it: Set from dark until morning, Peace Warriors seizes upon and shakes out the Lewis family, their closest friend and the guest they are hosting until each character confesses their political and personal passions and paramours.
South Asian American Dance Reviewed by Danielle Martin Tehreema Mitha Dance Company combined classic South Asian dance with contemporary concepts innovating both form and the notion of borders
eXtreme eXchange: Gasoline Hits $10 a Gallon by Danielle Martin eXtreme eXchange’s Fringe offering Gasoline Hits $10 a Gallon took over Woolly’s mainstage yesterday in partnership with the Fringe Training Factory.
Diamond Dead by Danielle Martin I love Zombies. I think they’re cool, and so do all the other people who stood in line to see this show with me. And it was written by the same dude who composed Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Self Accusation Reviewed by Danielle Martin Theatre Du Jour and DC Arts Center collaborate to bring us Peter Handke’s Self Accusation! In the DC Arts Center itself, this simple blackbox builds an auditory atmosphere all abuzz in preparation
7 (x1) Samurai Reviewed by Danielle Martin Adapted from Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai this sprawling tale gets turned afresh in the accomplished imagination of writer, director, and performer David Gaine.
Psycho Cabaret Reviewed by Danielle Martin Chief Ike’s Mambo Room has the air of a place where class goes to die, owing to the garrish paint and sinister murals.
Carnal Node by Danielle Martin Fringe ain’t just theatre, folks. And things that fall into ‘ain’t theatre’ sure can appeal to the theatre folks, as Great Noise Ensemble’s Carnal Node now running at the Harman Center proves.
Sex, Love & Vomit by Danielle Martin Another day at Fringe. Another blackbox. Another simple lighting plot. Another pair of women, Katie Knutson and the hugely pregnant Arianna Ross, spend 50 minutes sharing their bumpy journeys to love and self-acceptance with an unwitting audience.