Three new Around Town play reviews means three new opportunities to attempt to smile on command and to speak in concise sentences that end rather than trail off. (I'll keep working on it.) This time, host Robert Aubry Davis and Washington Post arts writer Jane Horwitz and I discuss Studio Theatre's Choir Boy, Theater J's Life Sucks, Or the Present Ridiculous, and Ford's Theatre's The Widow Lincoln. That's two shows I liked a lot, respectively, plus one I liked, well, more than many others did. (My Washington City Paper reviews are here, here, and here.) I am informed that one of these aired on WETA right after Downton Abbey last night, which I am certain is the best lead-in I shall ever get. We're the A Different World of public broadcasting!Read More
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Do You Want to Blow a Secret? Washington Stage Guild's In Praise of Love and Studio Theatre's Choir Boy, reviewed.
My reviews of Washington Stage Guild's sturdy revival of Terence Rattigan's In Praise of Love and Studio Theatre's gospel song-inflected production of Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy are in this week's Washington City Paper. Go find a copy; they're free! Or read them here.