The Kennedy Center’s 12th annual Page-to-Stage event was an all you-can-eat buffet last Monday. Not to worry if the flavors and tastes run together. Everyone won in this Labor Day Weekend event which ran the weekend before the DC theatre season cranks up in earnest. Small companies may boast they’ve landed the big venue gig; […]
Pinky Swear’s Unclear Family: Smudge
This rather stylized play explores the emotional tailspin of new parents after the birth of a hideously deformed, special needs baby and is like tough love – hard to take at the time but you’re better off for the experience. The impact lingers long after the production is over.
Pinky Swear’s Unclear Family: Benched and Bleed
In this first of a two play evening, playwright Allyson Currin covers safe, familiar territory of friendship, commitment and support. Here, three playground Moms share aspects of their lives while watching their brood from the playground bench.
Pinky Swear’s Killing Women
Producer/ stars Allyson Harkey and Karen Lange, in their newest production for Pinky Swear—Marisa Wegryzn’s Killing Women— present a play about the big women’s issues of our day. In particular, the work/ family struggle, and the pitfalls of women in a male-dominated profession. Only here, that profession happens to be professional killing.
Pinky Swear seeks sound designer for Killing Women
Pinky Swear Productions is a small theatre company in DC that has recently graduated from doing Fringe shows to full productions. We’re looking for a sound designer for our next show, Killing Women, a dark workplace comedy about the complications of upward mobility and recruiting for a band of assassins. It takes place in an […]