Tag Archives: Randy Baker

2 Midsummer 2 Dreamz

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I spent a midwinter day and evening taking in two, two, two big productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, from WSC Avant Bard and the Folger Theatre. I reviewed the experience for this week’s unusually me-heavy Washington City Paper.

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The Overlook’ed Hotel: very still and hard to see, reviewed.

Yasmin Tuazon and the company of "very still and hard to see." (C. Stanley Photography)

Yasmin Tuazon and friends. (C. Stanley Photography)

I often admire the work Rorschach Theatre Company does, but I struggled with their latest offering, an atmospheric but impenetrable production of Steve Yockey’s horror anthology very still and hard to see. My review is in today’s Washington City Paper.

Rorschach’s The Minotaur: Reflections in a Bull’s Eye

Sara Dabney Tisdale and David Zimmerman play half-human half-siblings

Sara Dabney Tisdale and David Zimmerman play half-human half-siblings

There’s at least one good reason to see Rorschach Theatre’s co-world premiere production of Anna Ziegler’s The Minotaur: the eponymous beast his own surprisingly rational, philosophical, well-spoken self. I review the show in today’s Washington City Paper.