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Information Overload: Forum’s Love and Information & Constellation’s The Wild Party, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Farrell Parker (center) is the best reason to see Constellation's  The Wild Party.  (AJ Guban)

Farrell Parker (center) is the best reason to see Constellation's The Wild Party. (AJ Guban)

A surfeit of arts coverage in last week's Washington City Paper means it took my reviews of Forum's Caryl Churchill experiment Love and Information and Constellation's Jazz Age musical The Wild Party 'til now to appear. They're in the paper this week.

The Strangest Yard: Whipping, or The Football Hamlet, reviewed. Plus: King Kirby.

Chris Klimek

Emily Whitworth and Kamau Mitchell in  Whipping.  (Kathleen Akerley)

Emily Whitworth and Kamau Mitchell in Whipping. (Kathleen Akerley)

My review of Kathleen Akerley’s latest opus, Whipping, or The Football Hamlet, is in today’s Washington City Paper, along with a few paragraphs about another show that has regrettably already closed: Crystal Skillman & Fred Van Lente’s King Kirby, a bio-play about legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby and his lifelong struggle to be fairly compensated for the dozens of Marvel Comics characters he created—or co-created with Stan Lee. They don’t agree on who did what, and therein lies the tale.

If this subject interests you, I recommend Sean Howe’s 2012 history Marvel Comics: The Untold Story.

Flying V Fights: The Secret History of the Unknown World, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Noah Schaefer, Em Whitworth, and Tim German duke it out. (Ryan Maxwell)

Noah Schaefer, Em Whitworth, and Tim German duke it out. (Ryan Maxwell)

Just because Flying V's latest fight-choreography-themed show, The Secret History of the Unknown World, is pandering to me even harder than other fight-intensive shows doesn't mean you won't enjoy it, too. Read all about it in this week's Washington City Paper. Also reviewed: Mosaic Theatre Company's U.S. premiere of Hanna Eady and Edward Mast's drama The Return.