Monthly Archives: January 2017

Court Disorder: Roe, reviewed.

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My review of Lisa Loomer’s Roe — an “openly didactic wiki-play” that was never meant to be as timely as it is — is in this week’s Washington City Paper.

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Don’t the Dew: xXx: Return of Xander Cage, reviewed.

xXx: Return of Xander CageJust because no one involved with xXx: Return of Xander Cage was ever trying to make a good movie doesn’t mean it isn’t a bad one. I reviewed it for NPR, for my sins.

Patriots Day Makes Three for Berg & Wahlberg, LLC

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It’s not as good as Zero Dark Thirty or Captain Phillips. But it’s better than you’d think. Reviewed for NPR.

Kitchen-Sink Drama: The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family, reviewed.

Hungry<br /> Public Theatre<br /> LuEster<br /> HUNGRY<br /> Written and Directed by Richard Nelson<br /> Featuring Meg Gibson, Lynn Hawley, Roberta Maxwell, Maryann Plunkett, Jay O. Sanders, and Amy Warren<br /> Sets &amp; Costumes Susan Hilferty<br /> Lighting Jennifer Tipton

Amy Warren, Maryann Plunkett, Lynn Hawley, and Meg Gibson in “Hungry” at the Public Theater, March 2016.

Notice is posted: My review of playwright/director Richard Nelson’s three-play cycle The Gabriels, which I took in during a single nine-hour period at the Kennedy Center last Sunday, is in this week’s Washington City Paper.

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