Tag Archives: Conrad Feininger

The Hard Sells: Back to Methuselah, Part 2 and Kid Victory, reviewed.

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In today’s snow-day edition of the Washington City Paper, I review the second installment in Washington Stage Guild’s three-part, three-year presentation of George Bernard Shaw‘s Back to Methuselah and of the world-premiere John Kander-Greg Pierce musical Kid Victory. Around Town videos wherein Robert Aubry Davis, Jane Horwitz, the gigantic lapels of my shirt, and I dissect these differently taxing shows are here and here.

Do You Want to Blow a Secret? Washington Stage Guild’s In Praise of Love and Studio’s Choir Boy, reviewed.

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My reviews of Washington Stage Guild’s sturdy revival of Terence Rattigan‘s In Praise of Love and Studio Theatre’s gospel song-inflected production of Tarell Alvin McCraney‘s Choir Boy are in this’s week’s Washington City Paper. Go find a copy; they’re free! Or read them here.

Painted by Association: The Old Masters, reviewed.

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The authorship of this painting, The Adoration of the Shepherds, now attributed to the Renaissance master Giorgione, is the ostensible subject of The Old Masters, one of Simon Gray‘s final plays. My review of Washington Stage Guild‘s production is in today’s Washington City Paper.