All posts tagged "studio theatre"

  • War Torn

    War is a drug on which human society appears to be hopelessly addicted. That, at least, is the sad essence of An Iliad, Lisa Peterson...

  • Awkward 'Aliens'

    A theatergoer just might get lost daydreaming during The Aliens, plotting an escape out of the Studio Theatre's intimate, second-floor Milton Theatre. That is, of...

  • Dirty Truth

    Right now there's a freestanding toilet in a remote section of the third-floor stage at Studio Theatre. There's also a lot of dirt on the...

  • Show Pieces

    What do you call a farce that's not particularly funny? The real Mackay. Of course, what you want is the real McCoy – something from...

  • Sizzling Sidewalks

    Think of Tennessee and what comes to mind? Dollywood? Maybe you should think of sidewalk sales. After all, it was such a sale in tiny...

  • Vice Squad

    It's worth knowing that Bachelorette has made playwright Leslye Headland a very, very popular woman. This was the play, after all, that attracted Hollywood goofballs...

  • A Little Bloated

    How does a family endure? Studio Theatre 2ndStage's The Big Meal is entirely preoccupied with that question, and curiously, its answer is found in an...

  • Nominees for 2012 Helen Hayes Awards Announced

    The Helen Hayes Awards nominees for 2012, DC’s theater awards, were announced on Monday, Feb. 27, and include nominees ranging from fifteen nominations, including Outstanding...

  • Review: Time Stands Still

    ''Happy trails.'' ''Be careful!'' Two ways to say goodbye to someone – one playful and lighthearted, the other cautionary and concerned. Those are also the...

  • Last Chance: Lauren Weedman’s Bust

    A former correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Lauren Weedman juggles between Bust‘s more than two dozen characters, snapping back and forth with a...

  • Bloody Business

    Can you handle the tooth? Seriously -- as in an Asian restaurant worker's rotted black tooth that's yanked out in the kitchen and finds its...

  • Giving Birth

    It's fitting that Duncan Macmillan's Lungs is about childbirth -- as the inaugural production of the Studio Lab series, the newborn is a promising start...

  • Habit Forming

    To make great art, you simply have to be in the habit of making art, period. The trick is, art needs an audience along the...

  • Art and Artifice

    Could it be time for a Candy Darling revival? It's been 37 years since her death due to leukemia -- and the Andy Warhol-associated starlet's...

  • Editor’s Pick: David Cale’s History of Kisses

    David Cale’s one-man show The History of Kisses focuses on seaside shanties, or work songs that sailors sing to help distract them from their arduous...

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