It’s not unusual to find an actor in our area performing in a show and rehearsing another. But, with two shows running at the same time, Joe Brack will be zipping from one side of town to the other to be in The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg at the Kennedy Center and […]
Performers in holiday shows have lots to be merry about this season as box office sales have earned extensions for their shows. Synetic’s Romeo and Juliet added a week, closing today, STC’s Much Ado About Nothing carries over to 2012, closing January 7th, and at Olney, the cast of The Sound of Music will be in […]
If anyone can find the dark side of the happiest time of the year, it’s David Sedaris. The master of sardonic storytelling has found a talented vessel in Joe Brack, who has concocted an animated, multi-layered spin on Sedaris’ painfully funny Christmas chronicle, The Santaland Diaries.
Joe Brack plays the frightened young David Sedaris,who becomes a Macy’s Christmas elf, and fears he’ll end up as a walking French Fry.
7(x1) Samurai: An epic tale … told by an idiot written and performed by David Gaines directed by David Gaines produced by City Artistic Partnerships reviewed by Leslie Weisman There’s been an astonishing crop of one-man shows here lately, from Rick Miller’s MacHomer at Warehouse, to Josh Kornbluth’s Citizen Josh at Arena Stage, to Scott […]