Posts Tagged:shirley serotsky

MD Theatre Guide: OTHER LIFE FORMS

“Other Life Forms,” now playing at the Keegan Theatre, is a profound examination of what it means to be human, as seen by someone who (probably) isn’t. The world premiere by Brandon McCoy, directed by Shirley Serotsky, has the rare charm of being both thoughtful and funny, prompting both laughs and questions in equal measure.

BroadwayWorld: OTHER LIFE FORMS

Dating is rough. “Other Life Forms,” which premiered at the Keegan Theatre this week, opens with this reminder. The audience is witness to two very different internet dates: Ben and Molly in one restaurant, and Jeff and Leslie in another. … As one date settles into comfortable conversation and the other spirals wildly out of control,

DC Metro Theater Arts: OTHER LIFE FORMS

When asked recently what he hoped audiences will get from watching Other Life Forms, playwright Brandon McCoy answered, “I hope they laugh, and I hope they have a really good time.” Mission accomplished! McCoy’s new work – a world premiere now at the Keegan Theatre — is a funny, adroit look at contemporary love brought to life

The Washington Post: OTHER LIFE FORMS

Swipe right on the dating comedy ‘Other Life Forms’ The blind-date comedy “Other Life Forms” is an amiable getaway — cheerful, bouncy, and with a bright sci-fi twist that once upon a time might have earned writer Brandon McCoy a scriptwriting invitation from “Mork and Mindy” or “Third Rock From the Sun.” McCoy isn’t blazing

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WETA Around Town: WORKING – A Musical

Jane Horwitz and Trey Graham join host Robert Aubry Davis to discuss Working, A Musical at Keegan Theatre through May 13, 2012.

The Washington Post: WORKING – A Musical

Could there be a better moment to do “Working,” an audience-friendly revue of songs and monologues based on Studs Terkel’s 1974 book of interviews with American working folk?

The Washington Examiner: WORKING – A Musical

When radio legend and oral historian Studs Terkel wrote the book “Working” in 1974, based on interviews he did with Americans of all social strata, it was hailed as a groundbreaking achievement, since it did what no popular study had done before. It celebrated America’s workers.

MD Theatre Guide: WORKING – A Musical

It is always nice to see a production of a lesser known musical here in DC, particularly when two of its composers are Stephen Schwartz and James Taylor.



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