Monthly Archives: June 2013

Grieving for Genevieve – Venus Theatre Company

The Venus Theatre production of “Grieving for Genevieve” falls into the classification of a dysfunctional family drama.  If you were to compare it to some other dysfunctional family dramas I have seen recently like “Other Desert Cities” and “August: Osage … Continue reading

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Biography – The American Century Theater

The American Century Theater’s production of S.N. Behrman’s “Biography” tells the tale of Marion Froude, a successful artist from the 1920s and 30s who is known as much for her paintings of famous people as she is for those she … Continue reading

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The Hampton Years – Theater J

“The Hampton Years” recounts the story of Viktor Lowenfeld, an Austrian Jewish immigrant to the United States and his relocation to Virginia in the 1940s to start an art department at Hampton University and his teaching of artists John Biggers … Continue reading

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