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

Tonya Beckman, Dan Crane, Ian Armstrong, and Esther Williams in Howard Brenton's "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.

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

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