I continue to celebrate the voices and the productions that were heard in Washington this Fall as part of the Women’s Voices Theater Festival. Frankly, I’m also still mulling over the questions and the challenges that surfaced then and continue to send ripples through the community.
Single Carrot Theater’s Foot of Water opens with this thought, spoken by the narrator (Jessica Garrett): “Love is like a balloon….When you are inside the balloon, love is completely natural, it’s what’s supposed to happen.” And when you’re outside, things get strange. That’s all you really need to understand this alternately weird and highly affecting […]
A good trophy Navaho is hard to find. Henry Carson (Christopher Rutherford), a nebbishy curator of indigenous people at an Orlando theme park, discovers this the hard way in Eric Coble’s ironic comedy Natural Selection. This area premiere is given a rousing production at Single Carrot Theatre under the skilled direction of Nathan Fulton.