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All that (Inventor of) Jazz: Jelly's Last Jam and The Lonesome West, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Jelly's Last Jam,  a celebrated but rarely-revived musical biography of seminal jazz artist Jelly Roll Morton.

Jelly's Last Jam, a celebrated but rarely-revived musical biography of seminal jazz artist Jelly Roll Morton.

My reviews of Signature Theatre's new production of George C. Wolfe and Susan Brikenhead's early-90s Jelly Roll Morton bio-musical Jelly's Last Jam, and Keegan Theatre's production of Martin McDonagh's late-90s black comedy The Lonesome West, are in today's Washington City Paper.  Notice is served.

Arboreal Talk: Keegan Theatre's The Magic Tree and Molotov Theatre's Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Brianna Letourneau and Scott Ward Abernethy in Keegan Theatre's  The Magic Tree.

Brianna Letourneau and Scott Ward Abernethy in Keegan Theatre's The Magic Tree.

In this week's Washington City Paper, available wherever Washington's free alt-weekly is sold, I review the well-performed Keegan Theatre production of Ursula Rani Sarma's perplexing The Magic Tree, plus Molotov Theatre's Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite, adapted from a half-dozen short stories by the celebrated author of chillers, Hey Probably Lovecraft.

Darkness on the Edge of Town: The Woman in Black, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

I quite liked Keegan Theatre's production of Susan Hill and Stephen Mallatratt's ghost story The Woman in Black. No arts section in this week's City Paper, so my review is web-only.

Shock and Law: Keegan Theatre's A Few Good Men, reviewed

Chris Klimek

Ubiquitous director Jeremy Skidmore's tenacious production of A Few Good Men, the play that gave us Aaaron Sorkin, cuts a dashing figure in its dress whites. Reviewed in this week's Washington City Paper, available wherever finer alt-weeklies are given away for free.

(Severed) Hands Across America: Keegan's A Behanding in Spokane and Studio's 4,000 Miles, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

The Broadway cast of  A Behanding in Spokane  in 2010: Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, Zoe Kazan, Anthony Mackie.

The Broadway cast of A Behanding in Spokane in 2010: Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, Zoe Kazan, Anthony Mackie.

In this week's Washington City Paper, I review the local premiere of Martin McDonagh's A Behanding in Spokane and reminisce uncomfortably about the show's 2010 Broadway debut, which I saw twice on my way to the realization that I don't like the play very much. I also review Studio Theatre's terrific production of Amy Herzog's sublime 4,000 Miles.