Our choices define us. The choice to go to war. To join a fight. To be a friend. To spend time with someone. To pull the plug. We never know what path our choices will send us down. We never know if we will like the outcome. We never know what we will regret.
It’s not easy being a fabulous gay ethnically ambiguous spoken word poet looking for love in the big city. Or the small city. Or anywhere, really.
There is something lurking in the Undercroft of the Mount Vernon Methodist Church, and it is waiting… to… get… YOU! At least, that’s how you just might feel after hearing Beyond the Page Theatre Company retell their versions of classic urban legends in their first foray into Capital Fringe.
There is a sensation you get when walking into a very good museum exhibit – the ones that you know will make you think and possibly reconsider how you view the world. The ones that will touch you in some way, even though they deal with the history and stories of individuals long since dead […]
“Am I going to Heaven? Can we, with what we’ve done? I’ve put a check in every damn box, but I know that doesn’t change the past.”
“All right, class – let’s settle down and work on our coloring!” Welcome to the kindergarten class of Miss Tracy (Amy Martin Massey), home base for three little boys at school (and a little girl, but we’ll get to her later). And what is it that really matters when you are in kindergarten? Is it […]