Monthly Archives: November 2012

You For Me For You – Woolly Mammoth

“You for me for you” is the story of two North Korean sisters, Junhee and Minjee, that decide to escape for a better life.  They connect with a smuggler who warns them that there is a cost with every attempt … Continue reading

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Jekyll and Hyde – Kennedy Center

I first saw Jekyll and Hyde with the original Broadway production in the late 1990s with Sebastian Bach, of hair metal band Skid Row, in the title role. I didn’t really remember much of the production some 15 years later … Continue reading

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Joseph – Toby’s Baltimore

It wasn’t a first time dinner theatre experience for me as I had been to them as a child.  However, it was the first in a long time and the first for my girlfriend.  So we took in the campy Andrew … Continue reading

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War Horse – Kennedy Center

War Horse centers around a boy named Albert and his horse Joey.  Albert raises Joey from a foal to a young horse after his father purchases him at an auction.  Joey is ultimately sold to the British Army during World … Continue reading

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The Regression of Alex Ovechkin

While I appreciate the comments on my previous post regarding Alex Ovechkin, I think some of the comments were caught up in the details and not the overarching point I was making.  It was the proverbial circumstance of not seeing the … Continue reading

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