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Review: ‘Forgotten Kingdoms’ at Rorschach Theatre

There are mysteries of belief and faith beneath this fascinating parable of a play, roiling like the seawater that churns below the wooden house where its action takes place. This house is built on stilts on the coast of a small island in Indonesia. The sounds of water lapping and surf breaking and the liquid […]

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2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘I Am the Gentry’

The air is cool, the metro rumbles within earshot, and the buzz of people talking fills the space. A woman offers me a glass of water— a red solo cup filled from a plastic pitcher in her hand. She flutters from one person to the next, hugging and chatting and offering as she goes. The […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Oh, What Can’t A Woman Do?’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) This production is not to be missed! It is clearly one of the ‘Best of the Capital Fringe.’ Hilary Morrow’s solo performance is riveting.Morrow is both playwright and performer of this Commedia dell’arte. Her masterful story-telling reprises the life of Isabella Adreini, a 16th century actress, poet, playwright and singer […]

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