Black Watch, a harrowing chronicle of the Iraq war centered on the experiences of that fabled Scottish regiment, is one of the more visceral experiences you’re likely to have in a theater: a brutally martial sound design, a musical score that surges like the sea, an explosively physical choreographic regimen that sends soldiers hurtling across, [...]
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In a chilling cover story for this week's Washington City Paper, Rend Smith revisits the death of Ali Ahmed Mohammed following an incident outside of the nightclub DC9, setting out to discover who, exactly, Mohammed was.
Trey Graham leads the arts section with his consideration of the play Black Watch, an inventive and widely praised work [...]
'Ello! The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Harmon Hall will host two high-profile British plays next season in what WaPo's Peter Marks describes as a coup for the organization. No longer, it seems, is the Kennedy Center the only D.C. destination for marquee productions from across the pond. The Great Game: Afghanistan opens Sept. 12 and Black [...]