About this event:
Crash of Rhinos, the endangered little theater company, will celebrate Commedia dell’Arte Day this year with a staged reading of a new comedy written by Mario Baldessari and Tyler Herman – The Good Devil (in Spite of Himself).
The play follows the comic travails of a 17th Century Commedia troupe slapped with a royal decree of censorship forbidding them from using dialogue in their plays. The restriction sends the troupe on a roller coaster ride of comic invention as they seek to successfully skirt the rules while putting on their play.
Featuring Elizabeth Dutton, Vaughn Irving and Doug Wilder
Monday, February 24 at 7:30pm
The Good Devil (In Spite of Himself)
Produced by Crash of Rhinos
Conservatory of Dramatic Arts
1556 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, WDC, 20007.
Basement level of the Georgetown Lutheran Church – entrance is in the rear of the building off of Volta Place.
To reserve online, email here
Or call 202.333.2202
Happy Commedia dell’Arte Day!