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Silent Night ~ At The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright November 12, 2018

Guns fell silent on Christmas Eve 1914 on the Belgian Front during World War I. Due to a peculiar string of events, this cease fire is one of the strangest tales to ever occur during this war – or any war for that matter. It’s a story that was […]

Camelot ~ Shakespeare Theatre Company

Jordan Wright May 30, 2018

The days of light-hearted versions of Camelot may have gone the way of 50¢ bus rides. The whole frothy, castle keep shtick flies out the window in director Alan Paul’s modern interpretation of Lerner & Loewe’s Broadway hit musical of the early 60’s. And I must admit, I wasn’t […]

Man of La Mancha – Shakespeare Theatre Company

Jordan Wright March 24, 2015 Special to The Alexandria Times

Anthony Warlow as Don Quixote in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Man of La Mancha, directed by Alan Paul. Photo by Scott Suchman.

Set Designer Allen Moyer’s two-story iron grid with drop down catwalk provides the stark background for Director Alan Paul’s […]