My friend Nicole Hertvik took over DC Metro Theater Arts and, occasionally, I’ll review a show or interview a musician for the site. Helps me keep in touch with DC/MD/VA theater and it’s a good flex of the reviewing muscle.
A mixed-genre performance (dance and drama) of the 1970s debate between James Baldwin and Margaret Mead. Nicely done, but there’s no rapping. FYI.
This was potentially celebrated South African playwright Athol Fugard’s last play, and it’s amazing.
I reviewed Fairfax City’s production of Footloose: The Musical for DCMTA. Pretty good! My review’s a bit longer than that.
I had the chance to review Elaine May’s “Adult Entertainment.” Features nudity and frequent mentions of Yale University.
Anyone who knows me knows my deep hardcore love for Bille Holiday, so I jumped at the chance to review “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill.”
I love Sara Jones’s voice, so I jumped at the chance to interview her for D.C. Metro Theater Arts. We talked about her career, some of her favorite singers and, of course, Susan Lucci.
I reviewed another kids’ performance for DCMTA. Fun one for the holidays! This is what you do when you write and have a kid.
I don’t just write violent crime fiction. Well, I pretty much do, but I also reviewed this children’s show for DC Metro Theater Arts. I’m layered.
I had the chance to interview one of today’s best (and my favorites) singer/songwriters, Nicole Atkins! I definitely recommend checking out her music. You know, if you like things that are awesome.
I reviewed a show for D.C.’s Fringe Festival that warned of nudity. There was no nudity. Here’s my SFW review.