The show is well-played and I had a good enough time. Proposals is a better evening out than the shoot ’em up at the local Cineplex at a better ticket price.
Encore Stage and Studio opened the musical Honk, Jr. Friday evening.
If you remember coming of age in the 1940’s, or with the help of a teacher, or had disagreements with your parents, What I Did Last Summer will strike a chord with you.
Vienna Theatre Company’s See How They Run was very funny, overall a successful implementation of the zaniness called for by the script.
Jaylee Mead passed away this week. While I never met her, all DC area theater-lovers have been impacted by her generosity and love of theater.
In general, Montgomery Playhouse’s Fuddy Meers was a passable presentation of David Lindsay-Abaire’s comedy.
The Flying Muskrat Theatre Company made their public debut as a community theater last Thursday evening with an evening of ten-minute plays and a series of improvisation sketches.
PWLT’s Red Scare on Sunset was an enigma: a great design concept and competent actors merged with a confusing plot didn’t quite equal a completely enjoyable show.
Younger children will enjoy this production, especially if they are in school already and can compare their teachers to Miss Nelson and Ms. Swamp.