Reviews

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE by Lee Hall, adapted from the screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
“I will have poetry in my life, and adventure, and love,” proclaims Viola de Lesseps,...
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SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE by Lee Hall, adapted from the screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Theater Arts Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
Shakespeare in Love is shameless, delirious, fangirl idolatry of the author considered to be the...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
Washington City Paper Review: YOGA PLAY
Yoga Play [written by Calcutta-born Dipika Guha and published in 2017], which makes its regional...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
Washington Post Review: YOGA PLAY
Radiating authority and callous, blinkered ambition, tempered by moments of vulnerability, Katie McManus’s Joan is...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
DC Metro Theater Arts Review: YOGA PLAY
“What is yoga?” Dipika Guha’s Yoga Play, now at Keegan through April 23, attempts to answer...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
District Fray Feature: TRANS AM
You Call Yourself a Real Punk? If you think you know punk rock, let me...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: TRANS AM
Lisa Stephen Friday spent years slamming her electric guitar and singing into a blasting microphone...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Metro Weekly Review: TRANS AM
Lisa Stephen Friday works the Keegan stage solo performing her moving rock musical memoir Trans...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington Post Review: TRANS AM
The grass stains on the knees of a small boy who wishes he were wearing...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
MD Theatre Guide Review: TRANS AM
People contain multitudes, which is why telling the story of oneself can seem so daunting....
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Broadway World Review: TRANS AM
Lisa Stephen Friday could have presented the eight semi-autobiographical songs she worked up with her...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Metro Theater Arts Review: TRANS AM
More than anything, Trans Am is a vehicle for [writer and performer Lisa Stephen Friday]...
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