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Review: Source Festival 2016: ‘Static’

In Tom Horan’s Static, directed by Bridget Grace Sheaff, Emma (Amy Horan), a perky millennial, inherits, after her father’s death, the sad task of excavating the second house he owned later in life. It is curiously close to the home in which she grew up and belonged to the enigmatic Walter and Millie Burke (her […]

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Review: Source Festival 2016: ‘Buried Cities’

This year’s edition of the DC Source Festival continues with its central mission to present works fresh to the DC area. The new theater works at Source receive their first full production at one of the DC area’s oldest still-operating theater venues in what is the ever bustling 14th Street, NW. (How much has changed in […]

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Review: Source Festival 2016: ‘Entanglement’: Artistic Blind Dates

Tangled Up in Time Cultural DC’s Source Festival 2016 kicked off with Entanglement, an immersive piece of theatre written and performed by Claire Alrich, Maryam Foye, and Britney Mongold  — three women who were perfect strangers just four months ago. Entanglement is one of Source Festival’s three Artistic Blind Dates, wherein three artists combine their diverse […]

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