Posts Tagged:Carol Baker

Broadwayworld.com: HAIR

HAIR has some very dark moments, but the joyful exuberance of the cast and the celebration of love and life more than make up for them.

A DC Metro Theater Arts Preview: Cabaret

“There are moments of great joy in discovering that our combined ideas work in execution. Then there are moments when you think, ‘I wonder what would happen if I put this pillow over your face and hold it there.’ Being able to go home and have an open debate about aspects of the show is a benefit. …”

Washington City Paper: THE CRUCIBLE

God gets a bad rap in most stagings of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. The characters are either “with the Lord”—and inside the sniveling Rev. Parris’ clapboard meeting house every Sunday—or running around the woods naked “with the devil” and headed for the gallows. There’s no middle ground, and the judges who decide who’s with God and

DC Examiner: THE CRUCIBLE

The devil: Always in the details By: Barbara Mackay Special to The Washington Examiner The first scene of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” gets down to business immediately: The Rev. Samuel Parris (Colin Smith) has seen some girls dancing naked in the moonlight, and now his daughter, Betty, is lying unconscious. Rumors have begun to circulate



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