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Devise & Consent: Toast, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Hey, it's a play, sort of, where you pay for the privilege of doing  this  for half an hour. Nope nope nope nope.

Hey, it's a play, sort of, where you pay for the privilege of doing this for half an hour. Nope nope nope nope.

My review of Toast, dog & pony dc's ambitious but unfocused -- and deeply annoying -- new performance-art-as-corporate-encounter-group piece is in today's Washington City Paper, available wherever finer alt-weeklies are given away for free. Also reviewed: Taffety Punk's very fine The Devil in His Own Words.

Sometimes It Smarts, Being a Smartie: Charm and Bloody Poetry, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Tonya Beckman, Dan Crane, Ian Armstrong, and Esther Williams in Bloody Poetry. (Teresa Castracane/Taffety Punk)

My review of Taffety Punk Theatre Company's "Rulebreaker Rep" -- Kathleen Cahill's Charm, about pioneering feminist Margaret Fuller, and Howard Brenton's Bloody Poetry, about free-loving romantics of the early 19th century -- is in today's Washington City Paper.

Wrecks & Effects: Folger's Twelfth Night and Taffety Punk's The Golem, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

(Scott Suchman/Folger Theatre)

(Scott Suchman/Folger Theatre)

No, Elvis Costello has not embarked upon a mandolin tour with Steve Nieve. That's Louis Butelli as Feste, whose performance is one of the highlights of the Folger Theatre's new production of Twelfth Night, which I review in today's Washington City Paper along with Taffety Punk's spooky The Golem. Grab yourself a copy wherever finer alt-weeklies are given away for free.