Two attractive couples, conversation, alcohol, deep-seated unhappiness and betrayal abounding … nope, it isn’t Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf? It’s Serenading Louie, being presented with quiet style at The American Century Theater. The sniping here is less vicious, the tension thick without the muffle…but there’s still a lot of Albee seen in playwright Lanford Wilson’s […]
Take one part “Mork & Mindy”, one part “Laugh In”, and all parts ridiculous, campy fun…mix and bake until Planet Claire: A Sci-Fi Go-Go Musical evolves. This show perfectly captures the zaniness of the 60s in all of its goofy glory.
Skip the fall down Wonderland’s rabbit hole and check out this bizarre yet unique look at time travel through the eyes of demure but adventurous Victorian ladies. On The Verge, or The Geography of Yearning as staged by Jackson Phippin is chock full of good things.
Looking for a legal acid trip? Come see The House of Yes, blowing through Frederick, MD for one more week. Presented with no intermission, the 90 minute production clipped along with nary a pause, featuring pithy dialogue and a twisted plot.
There’s magic in the casting and direction of this Rep Stage production of The Glass Menagerie, that is sure to please theatre newbies as well as diehard Tennessee Williams fans.
Grease is the Word…and it’s a fantastic one. Most likely, at the end, you’ll be twisting and hand-jiving up the aisles
George Axelrod’s deal-with-the-devil comedy Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? is your ticket to a lighthearted evening of laughter, delightful costumes, and a wealth of talent.