As paper-thin and disposable as a one-sentence fortune and about as filling as the cookie it came in, Mark Brown and Paul Mirkovitch’s musical pseudo-homage to China is getting a silly, sporadically successful production at DCAC in Adams Morgan, thanks to the eager and disheveled efforts of Landless Artistic Director Andrew Lloyd Baughman, his brother […]
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
Billy (Charles Johnson) is just like you. You have a J.D., an M.D. or a PhD in Political Science; Billy has a PhD in Horribleness. You hunger for a position with those powerful K Street lobbyists or that white-shoe law firm; Billy longs to join the Evil League of Evil. You have someone who you […]
Landless Mash Up Fest, Part 1
I’ve got a confession to make. I’m a virgin. When it comes to going to going to Landless Theatre Company, I’ve never done it. I don’t know what I was waiting for.
Landless Mash Up Fest, Part 2
If you’ve been to a Cherry Red or Hope Operas production, you know that Chris Griffin’s work can be a little ‘off the wall’, so he is in company with his hysterical and swingingly good Tarxxxanadu, which closed the evening of two shows with four mash ups from Landless Theatre Company. I was there on […]
Perez Hilton writers check out their show at Landless
There they were on Saturday, May 15th laughing so loud that I thought they were two sloshed guys who wandered into the DCAC, but they were Randy Blair and Timothy Michael Drucker, who co-wrote the book (Randy also wrote the lyrics) to Landless Theatre’s latest outrageous musical Perez Hilton Saves The Universe! (or at least […]
Perez Hilton Saves the Universe!
Landless Theatre Company’s production is one part biography and ten parts absurdist devotional fable-making, hit with a liberal dollop of NC-17 sex gags. Et voila. Goofy, rude, musical bliss..
High Fidelity interviews: Andrew Baughman, Stephen Gregory Smith and Julie Herber
With High Fidelity, Landless has done it again – another amazing production of a musical that just didn’t do well in NYC, and turned it into a winner.
High Fidelity is an aggregate of great music and funny lyrics hung on a lame story with unlikeable characters, and Landless Theatre plays the hell out of it.
Evil Dead The Musical
So how was your night? Here’s a quick synopsis of mine: I was transported to a haunted cabin in the woods, where I was leered at by demons, subjected to countless cheesy puns, doused in gallons of fake blood, and repeatedly hit in the face by fake intestines. In other words,
Landless gets ready to soak you with Evil Dead
I attended a midnight performance of Evil Dead The Musical at New World Stages in NYC in February 2007, sat in the Splash Zone, and was soaked by fake blood, even through the plastic poncho. I didn’t care – I had a blast!
Spooky Dog and the Teen-Age Gang Mysteries
Ever wonder how your favorite cartoon characters would fare outside their television world? Landless Theatre Company successfully answers that question by giving a certain gang of mystery-solving youths and their hungry pooch a dose of reality
As tech rehearsals began, Joel Markowitz sat down with husband and wife team, Director Melissa Baughman and actor and Landless Theatre Company’s Producing Artistic Director Andrew Baughman to talk about their outrageous production of the Off-Broadway musical hit Walmartopia.
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