Thursday, March 26, 2009

Quick hit: Now that was odd

Performance: Marisol
Theater: H St Playhouse1365 H. St, NE
Metro: It’s a decent walk from Union Station (red line) or you can take the FREE SHUTTLE or the X2 bus from Gallery Place right to their front door. Check WMATA for suggestions.)
Genre: post apocalyptic drama
Cost: $18 student tickets
Dates: Through April 5
I’m going: 4/3. Email me if you want to join.

I was first exposed to this play in 2008, when the University of Maryland (go Terps!) did a production. I enjoyed it so much I saw it three times (I also had a friend in the cast, which may have had something to do with it). It is an odd little duck, and certainly an ugly one, but that is not to say it isn’t worth seeing. José Rivera tells a riveting story of a girl abandoned by her guardian angel on the eve of the revolution against heaven. It’s a fascinating play and Forum does great work. Check it out if you get a chance.

I am not going until the end of the run, so if you have seen this production (or other productions), tell us about it in comments.

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