Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "signature theatre"

  • Nuts

    Sometimes you should absolutely judge a book by its cover. 'One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest' The moment you take your seat for Round House...

  • Comic Relief

    When the phrase ''Breakfast at Tiffany's'' is uttered it is almost assured that most will leap to an image of Audrey Hepburn peering into the...

  • Happy Endings

    When Douglas Carter Beane had the idea to write a play about the struggles of a closeted movie star, he initially dismissed it as old-fashioned...

  • Epic Intimacy

    It's been some 20 years since Victor Hugo's novel of students and street hustlers took to the stage in a spectacle about poverty, true love...

  • Bloodbath

    Contrary to what the old wives tale would want you to believe, cats do not actually have nine lives. A visit to Google quickly reveals...

  • Flying High

    Oh, the drama. A would be king takes to a stage dressed in the pageantry of ancient Rome to greet his throngs of loyal followers....

  • Stand-up Guy

    There's no doubting Eddie Sarfaty is a funny man. Maybe you've heard his unique style of connecting the dots that, for example, begins with gays...

  • Legendary Visitors

    There are some who will lay everything about the final production in Signature Theatre's Kander and Ebb Celebration -- good or bad -- at the...

  • Buzz Kill

    For many, memories of high school include at least one late night spent staring at a blank piece of paper (or computer screen) trying to...

  • Web Singer

    Apparently, cherry blossoms weren't enough. It seems everyone wants his own festival. The Kennedy Center is spending the month of March cozying up with August...

  • Time Passages

    There are those days when you look up from whatever pile of paper has spread like a cup of spilled coffee across your desk only...

  • Purging Playwright

    As surreal experiences go, Martin Moran has one that's hard to beat. He's the author of The Tricky Part -- first a Lambda Literary Award-winning...

  • Young Bucks

    In just a few months, Rent will take its final Broadway bows. The rock remix of Puccini's opera drove some to camp out for days...

  • Word Smiths

    It's hard to say what's tougher about Steve Connell and Sekou (tha misfit)'s two-man show, The Word Begins -- the raw-to-bleeding wordplay, the street-hard posturing...

  • Plum Roll

    First of all, the answer is yes. This is the one that goes backwards. Which means that Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along is not...