Tag Archives: Joshua Morgan

Judgment Days: Signature Theatre’s Soon, reviewed.

Alex Brightman and Jessica Hershberg in "Soon." (Teresa Wood)My review of all-rounder Nick Blaemire’s world premiere apocalypse musical Soon is in today’s Washington City Paper. Or you can save an already-killed tree and read it here.

 

Wrecks & Effects: Folger’s Twelfth Night and Taffety Punk’s The Golem, reviewed.

Louis Butelli as Feste in Folger's TWELFTH NIGHT. Photo by Scott Suchman.

Louis Butelli as Feste in Folger’s TWELFTH NIGHT. Photo by Scott Suchman.

No, Elvis Costello has not embarked upon a mandolin tour with Steve Nieve. That’s Louis Butelli, whose performance as Feste is one of the highlights of the Folger Theatre’s new production of Twelfth Night, which I review in today’s Washington City Paper along with Taffety Punk’s spooky The Golem. Grab yourself a copy wherever finer alt-weeklies are given away for free.

Waiting for the End of the World: Woolly’s A Bright New Boise and Active Cultures’s Hellspawn, considered

Michael Russotto and Joshua Morgan in A BRIGHT NEW BOISE

Woolly Mammoth opens their Apocalypse-themed 32nd season with Samuel D. Hunter‘s surprisingly empathetic comedy A Bright New Boise. My City Paper review is here. I also wrote about Active Cultures’s Halloween trio Hellspawn in this week’s issue, available wherever fine newsweeklies are given away free.