This is very American chamber music, more Ives than Mozart, and, while posing unanswered questions, each piece has its own completeness.
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Protest is fascinating, but it may not be for everyone.
Not only is Maurice Hines tappin’ thru life at the Arena Stage. He’s also talkin’ and singin’.
The Olney production is more than good enough to entice new audience members to come back for more and to grow to know and love these jewels of American creativity.
carried away on the crest of a wave is most certainly not a light evening out. It is very earnest in its depiction of darkness and despair.
For those with a taste for the raw power of live theater, and who don’t require a happy ending to be satisfied, Mies Julie by South African writer/director Yael Farbe is a work of art.
A novel invention, UrbanArias’ She, After is a densely packed evening of quality entertainment performed in an intimate, cozy performance space.
With two superb performances by Matthew Keenan and Robert Leembruggen, the haunting light and sound designs by Michael Innocenti and Tony Angelini, respectively, make for a spine-tingling and sometimes whimsical adventure that will leave you begging for more.
Crossing is a cozy, no-intermission 85 minutes with a sentimental Holiday Season sensibility of trust for the future. There is a lovely quietness to it.