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Author Archive | Zachary Rosen

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Review: ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ at the Colonial Players of Annapolis

The Colonial Players of Annapolis’ Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, directed by Craig Allen Mummey and written by the late Edward Albee, brings the audience on a journey through the breakdown of two marriages and the complete emotional destruction of four people. It begins “pleasantly” enough, when ascorbic hosts Martha and George have a younger […]

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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Root of All Knowledge’

The Root of All Knowledge, written by Gabriel Hudson and directed, choreographed, and composed by Justin Jarod Bell, is an interesting mixture of existentialism and hope. It uses bodies to present a story with incorporeal implications. It has no names but it produces nuanced and fully- fledged characters. The Root of All Knowledge is a […]

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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘SuperNOVA’

SuperNOVA, a political satire fit for the ridiculous times we find ourselves in, combines music and millennial wit to great effect as it depicts a new secessionist frenzy gripping northern Virginia (NOVA). The actors present an intriguing and timely story, from the start of the movement to its far flung end. The dialogue, lightning fast, […]

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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘JUICED’

JUICED, directed by and staring the three members of Tia Nina (Leah Curran Moon, Ilana Silverstein, and Lisi Stoessel) is weird. It is ridiculous. It ignores all theatrical and performative convention. Its convulsive, crazy dance tracks are held together in a way that isn’t really a plot. Some might call it obscene (with good reason). […]

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