Whenever a Shakespeare play is “modernized,” “updated,” or otherwise altered to appeal to a contemporary audience, it’s important to be skeptical, for we would hate to witness a poor reinvention of the wheel. The catch with Taffety Punk Theatre Company’s new production at the Capital Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is that Shakespeare’s “The Rape of […]
Making Love Legal is funny, ambitious in its plot twists, and concludes the way comedies are supposed to Hint: there’s a ceremony in the final scene focused on two people in love.
“The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of relevant experience.” These are the words that the audience first encounters during In This Economy. Throughout the play, quick flashes of language that function as makeshift scene titles are displayed on a projector towards the back of the stage. Except when they […]