In the end, it was nearly as disgusting outside as it was inside the Warehouse theater. But even the sheets of rain and lashing winds of Hurricane Irene couldn't deter Cherry Red Productions, which ended its 16-year history on Saturday night with The Aristocrats, a live enactment of the legendarily dirty joke of the same [...]
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One evening in June 2000, in the black-box theater in the recesses of the now-shuttered Metro Café on 14th Street NW, a stuffed cat drenched in fake blood soared over the audience—just as it did every other night during the monthlong run of Cherry Red Productions’ Zombie Attack! But at this particular performance, the sanguinary plush [...]
It's an old vaudeville story: An actor, nearly penniless and struggling to feed his family, walks into a talent agent's office with a new pitch.
"My whole family is involved in this one," the actor says.
"I don't represent family acts," the agent replies. But the performer is insistent, he won't leave the agent's office without telling [...]
Sade, Accused Smack Addict?: Chris Richards talks to the famously un-chatty British singer in a Post story yesterday, published right in time for her concert at the Verizon Center last night. "Radio interviews are really snappy and I'm just bad at that," Sade says. "I just close down... I get a reputation of being a [...]
Gentle readers, today Far Out vs. Hot Dang is here to warn you not to reflect too much upon 2010. Nostalgia generally is for suckers. You'll thank us for saying it now, rather than three weeks from now. And while you're striving to avoid suckerishness, we've got the usual dose of cool-ish shit and hot-ish [...]
Do you miss seeing plays with random nudity, audience-dousing fake blood, and Crack in their titles? Then you'll cheer the sorta-return of Cherry Red Productions with Snuff.mov, a film about...well, all sorts of bad stuff.
Artistic Director Ian Allen wrote and directed the film, an adaptation of the company's 2002 stage production, Thumbsucker. Snuffmov.com describes [...]