Monthly Archives: October 2012

Time To Move On From Alex Ovechkin?

Re-hashing who is at fault for the current NHL lockout is well worn territory, especially from people who are far more connected to the people and issues related to the lockout.  I think both sides share in the blame and … Continue reading

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Invisible Man – Studio Theatre

Invisible Man is approaching the end of it’s run at Studio Theatre and is the first authorized adaptation of Ralph Ellison’s 1952 novel “Invisible Man”.  I came into the production having never read the novel and not knowing the story.  … Continue reading

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Dirt – Studio Theatre

It’s not often that a play deals with the death of the main character, Harper, and the aftermath of that death from those that love her and can best be described as a comedy, but that is what Dirt – … Continue reading

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Dying City

Dying City, now playing at Signature Theatre, is a 60 minute one act play that is an excellent character study of three individuals, which is tackled by two actors. Thomas Keegan plays the duel roles of Peter, an actor, and … Continue reading

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The Nationals – Truly A DC Team

Sure we all wanted a win for the Nationals.  What a great story it would have been.  But would they truly have been a Washington, DC team if they went from perennial also rans to champions of the world?  To … Continue reading

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Fly – A Cliff Notes History of the Tuskegee Airmen

Fly, currently playing at Ford’s Theater, is a 90 minute 1 act historical drama of the Tuskegee Airmen from basic training through the bombing of Berlin during World War II. It’s best described as a cliff notes version of that … Continue reading

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Mr. Wilbon It Isn’t 1980 Anymore

Who thought on the eve of the Nationals first playoff appearance the conversation in the DC sports scene would be dominated by former Washington Post columnist and current ESPN talking head Michael Wilbon’s comment in the recent ESPN the magazine … Continue reading

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