As American As by Ken Prestininzi directed by Shirley Serotsky produced by Journeymen Theater Ensemble reviewed by Janice Cane The premise of the dark comedy As American As is promising. What is the ultimate price of freedom and security? What does it mean to be patriotic in our post-9/11 world? How much would we sacrifice […]
Without You I’m Nothing by Sandra Bernhard and John Boskovich produced by Theater J reviewed by Janice Cane Theater J’s website warns that Sandra Bernhard’s solo show, starting off a new tour here in the nation’s capital, is not for the easily offended. Indeed. And it’s certainly not for Republicans, of whom there were probably […]
Eugenio Reviewed by Janice Cane It’s a tricky thing, having a theater festival in the middle of summer. If the weather is gorgeous, as it was for the opening weekend of Fringe, it may be hard to draw a crowd.