Monthly Archives: March 2011

In Praise of Clybourne Park

Woolly’s almost-world-premiere production of Bruce Norris’s now wildly successful race-and-gentrification play, which I fairly raved about at this time last year, is coming back this summer. I muse briefly on why this is a good and welcome thing in the City Paper’s Best of DC issue, on stands this week.

Setlisted: Lucinda Williams at the 9:30 Club

Lucinda Williams at the 9:30 Club, Tuesday, March 15, 2011

01 I Just Wanted to See You So Bad

02 Fruits of My Labor

03 Metal Firecracker

04 Still I Long for Your Kiss

05 Pineola

06 Drunken Angel
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Washington Stage Guild’s Red Herring, reviewed

Washington Stage Guild’s production of Red Herring is in fact so much funnier than this photo would suggest.


My WashPo review of is right here. Click on that Kyle Gustafson photo up there to get the Click Track version featuring more of his images.

Washington Shakespeare’s Juno and the Paycock, reviewed

A slice of 1920s Irish misery from Washington Shakespeare Company, reviewed for the City Paper.