Monthly Archives: February 2012

HUGO: A Correction on yesterday’s Post

It’s just been pointed out to me that the version of HUGO now screening at the Seminole Cinema is in fact in the originally intended 3-D.  My apologies for the error, and kudos to the Seminole for bringing it back. … Continue reading

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PINA and A SEPARATION in Charlottesville

Can’t resist the news for local followers that Pina has opened in Charlottesville in our trustworthy old standby, the Vinegar Hill Theatre.   It’s there only until next Thursday, when it will be replaced by A Separation.  Both are Academy … Continue reading


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“La Cage Aux Folles”: The 2011/12 Tour

The great Jerry Herman/ Harvey Fierstein musical La Cage aux Folles has just closed at Washington’s Kennedy Center.  But never fear.  It opens in Tampa next week, followed by eleven more American cities, extending its fast-paced tour through mid-September. The … Continue reading

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Musings on John Logan’s play “Red,”

Great news for anyone in the Greater Washington area (I’m including Charlottesville):  Arena Stage in DC is extending the run of John Logan’s play Red until March 11.  It’s a dynamic little two-character piece of theatre about what’s near and … Continue reading

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