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Everybody ~ Shakespeare Theatre Company

Jordan Wright October 23, 2019

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ galvanic drama Everybody starts off innocently enough. A roving narrator walks on and off stage instructing the audience on proper theater etiquette. It’s a pleasant, meaningfully comedic, warm-up, yet it’s the sort of thing that throws you off your game before this existential exercise in Life and […]

A New Romeo and Juliet Heats up the Stage ~ Shakespeare Theatre Company

Jordan Wright September 21, 2016

The Lansburgh’s stage was drenched in red for Director Alan Paul’s Romeo and Juliet – the carpet, the soaring pillars, the balcony, the walls, even the balloons floating from the ceiling when Romeo first spies the captivating Juliet at a party. Was it red for the color of blood, as […]