Posts Tagged ‘Nicholas Wardigo’

Last Chance: Theater Alliance’s Hum, Reviewed

For the first 30 minutes of the world-premiere play Hum, Theater Alliance challenges Synetic Theater in the race to create the best dialogue-free drama in D.C. There’s well-crafted choreography, an engrossing electronic soundscape, and attractive actors in their underclothes.
And then the characters in Hum start talking, and it’s no longer much of a contest. But [...]

Setting the Tone: Theater Alliance Premieres Hum This Weekend

White noise, as we know it, is any number of innocuous droning sounds, easily tuned out.
But what if it were a powerful force that dictated the nature of human interaction? In the alternative reality of Nicholas Wardigo's play Hum, a world premiere in previews at Theater Alliance this weekend, a white noise both dangerous and [...]