Tag: theater review

<i>Caesar</i> Blends the Classic Story with Modern Technology

Caesar Blends the Classic Story with Modern Technology


Many students only know Shakespeare’s political drama Julius Caesar from their high school English class, and only remember Marc Antony’s infamous opening line to one of the greatest speeches in theatrical history: “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.” All students would be remiss if they let these two instances be their only interactions with…

<i>Fun Home</i> Remembers the Joy and Pain of Looking Back

Fun Home Remembers the Joy and Pain of Looking Back


I had my qualms about Fun Home. The national touring production of the five-time Tony winning musical was coming to D.C.’s National Theatre and my expectations were stratospheric despite my best attempts to temper them, which means disappointment was almost inevitable. Even with the Tony’s stamp of approval—its 2015 haul includes Best Musical, Best Score,…

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