If it ever seems like I’m about to well, actually you or anybody else, kindly remind me that this is what happens to my face.
With the return of theatre season comes the return of me trying semi-convincingly to smile on command! Robert Aubry Davis, Jane Horwitz, and I have shot a new batch of short Around Town segments discussing a great pair of shows I reviewed for the Washington City Paper last month, Studio Theatre’s production of Skeleton Crew byDominique Morisseau and Theatre Alliance’s remount of their Helen Hayes Award-winning 2016 version of Marc Bamuthi Joseph Word Becomes Flesh. How to embed those videos here eludes me because I’m an analog guy, but I’ve got links.
Skeleton Crew: http://player.pbs.org/viralplayer/3005059310
Word Becomes Flesh: http://player.pbs.org/viralplayer/3005058510
Coming soon, we’ll have segments on Ford’s Death of a Salesman with Craig Wallace as Willy Loman, Constellation Theatre Company’s The Wild Party, and Arena Stage’s Native Gardens. So watch out for those on your Sunday-night PBS.