Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Politician – Capital Fringe 2013

It has become my annual rite of July to attend the latest John Feffer show at the Capital Fringe Festival.  This is the third year in a row for me and this year’s show “The Politician” is an expansion and … Continue reading

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The Book of Mormon – Kennedy Center

I thought of just doing a one phrase review of The Book of Mormon: go and see it yesterday.  That’s all I would really need to write about this multi-Tony award winning giant that is making its summer home at the Kennedy Center.  … Continue reading

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Act A Lady – Hub Theatre

“Act a Lady” the charming play currently running at the Hub Theatre in Fairfax is a fanciful adventure into self-discovery by each of the main characters.  The show takes place during the prohibition era in a small Minnesota town where … Continue reading

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McPhee Exposed Again

The Caps re-signing of Karl Alzner to a 4 years contract and an average of $2.8 million per season is a fabulous deal.  But it also continues to expose George McPhee and his overall decision making process.  Just a week … Continue reading

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Baby Universe – Studio Theatre

  If I said the latest must see show in DC was science fiction, a good number of people would turn and run the other way.  If I said that the show was a puppet show another segment wouldn’t even … Continue reading

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