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Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine, reviewed.

Felicia Curry (center) is the star of Mosaic’s Fabulation. (Christopher Banks)

Lynn Nottage has won two Pulitzer Prizes for Drama in the 15 years since her play Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine was first performed; there is no Pulitzer Prize for Comedy. Mosaic Theater’s production of Undine gets its weakest scenes out of the way early, though even in its most heart-rending moments I yearned for a little more variation in the rhythm of star Felicia Curry’s speech. I’ve loved her in many other shows. My Washington City Paper review is here.

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Flying V Fights: The Secret History of the Unknown World, reviewed.

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Just because Flying V’s latest fight-choreography-themed show, The Secret History of the Unknown World, is pandering to me even harder than other fight-intensive shows doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy it, too. Read all about it in this week’s Washington City Paper. Also reviewed: Mosaic Theatre Company’s U.S. premiere of Hanna Eady and Edward Mast’s drama The Return.