Liam Forde, Kimberly Gilbert, Zdenko Martin, and Michael Glenn in “Jumpers for Goalposts” (Igor Dmitry)
Meeya Davis, Nikiya Mathis, Caroline Clay, Afi Bijou. and Tonye Patano in “The Blood Quilt.” (C. Stanley Photography)
Adam Wesley Brown, Ian Merrill Peakes, and Romell Witherspoon in “Rosencrantz and Guildensern Are Dead” (Teresa Wood)
My reviews of — in alphabetical order — the new play The Blood Quilt, the debuting-in-the-U.S. play Jumpers for Goalposts, and the postmodern chestnut Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, are all in this week’s Washington City Paper. Except for the latter two of the three, which are online-only. Find them via the links above.
The Play’s the Thing, the Thing, and the Other Thing: The Blood Quilt, Jumpers for Goalposts, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, reviewed.
My reviews of — in alphabetical order — the new play The Blood Quilt, the debuting-in-the-U.S.