Monthly Archives: March 2013

On GOOD PEOPLE

Even with the hundred or so miles separating us from Washington, D.C., I figure you can’t go wrong with at least a half-season subscription at Arena Stage.  My wife and I’ve rarely been disappointed, and we weren’t going to be … Continue reading

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On METAMORPHOSES Revisited

Last week, as we approached the tenth anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War, my wife and I drove up to Washington to a noon performance of Metamorphoses, Mary Zimmerman’s watery interpretation of Ovid’s Greek and Roman myths.  Way … Continue reading

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On HEDDA GABLER by the National Theatre of Norway

When I heard the National Theatre of Norway was going to bring a radically contemporary version of Hedda Gabler to the Kennedy Center in Washington, I knew I had to be there for it.  I’m not exactly sure why.  It was … Continue reading

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