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When three men’s lives unexpectedly become intertwined due to the suicide of a woman they unknowingly shared, human relationships are suddenly tested in a manner that none of them could have imagined.
War affects so many of us even if we are not a part of it directly. However, when that line gets crossed and it comes through your door, survival is the only tactic. Aaron Sulkin’s Uniform tackles a small time frame of only one day during what is now known as the Hungarian Holocaust; however, […]
Dating in the District can be excruciating, so upon hearing that this engaging, fun-loving cabaret’s plot was based on three friends talking about their misfortune with men, 13 of them to be exact, I was intrigued. Welcome to Leopard Print Productions’ 13 Men—A Cabaret. Real life pals Colleen Brown (co-director,) Faith Hayden (playwright,) and Kendra […]
Being in a love triangle must f*cking suck because someone is going to get hurt. How does this phenomenon even happen? Does it have something to do with all that chemistry crap concerning protons and electrons, oh hell you know…opposites attracting? In Dream Love, those are a few of the questions posed silently through a […]
It takes courage to dance in front of a group of spectators, judging your every move. Yet, ArasDance has arrived in DC to let their presence be known, dancing gracefully and fluidly. In We’ve Come to Play, the dance troupe of five women provide ten contemporary performances that were well received by the audience.
Apartheid. One of South Africa’s stains on civil rights lasted for more than four decades, with consequences that penetrated its society deeper than what met the human eye. Fred Franklin, Artistic Director for The Rude Mechanicals, adapts his own melodramatic interpretation of “Master Harold”… and the Boys, illustrating how quickly bigotry can spread when the […]
Directed by Strother Gaines, The Dish pokes fun at the seriousness and hierarchical attitude of those in the food industry. Everyone is an expert, everyone wants to blog and if one more person pulls out their phone in the middle of dinner service let’s all scream.
It is difficult to pin down a race of people, but the six ladies of Wild Women Theatre attempt to do just that with their hilarious but truthful interpretation of being a black woman in Letters to and from Me. Reading letters addressed to oneself, the women who refer to themselves as the Gone Postal […]
From the Great Depression to the Great Crash of 2008, America has had its share of job instability; however, it is normally discussed behind closed doors or trickle-down platforms that rarely address the day to day turmoil experienced by the unemployed. Dacyl Acevedo’s Will Work For captures this frustration through comic relief in less than […]