Posts Tagged ‘The Tempest’

ToDo ToDay: Elvis Depressedly, New Build, and The Tempest

Get transported to a magical tropical island without leaving D.C.

Opening This Week: Inferno, Stars and Stripes, “The Next Wave,” and More

What's new this weekend in local arts.
Opening in conjunction with the Washington, D.C. International Design Festival, "The Next Wave" is a 4,000 square foot exhibition that explores industrial design within the last 13 years from Spain, Italy, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, and the United States. There are more than 100 objects on view, including lighting, [...]

The Spray’s the Thing

There are some places where splash zones are just necessary. A Gallagher show. The National Aquarium’s dolphin exhibit. Sea World. But at D.C. theaters? Turns out, yes. Arena Stage’s production of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, opening Feb. 8, features a large pool in the center of their round stage. When Constellation Theatre produced Metamorphoses in May [...]

The Tempest! In! Space!

Ever heard an extraterrestrial speak in Shakespearean prose? Or a sentient computer in iambic pentameter? Thanks to WSC Avant Bard's occasional tradition of mounting the Bard's plays in Klingon, these aren't entirely—ahem—alien concepts to D.C. theatergoers.
The newest member of the local verse-and-Vulcans scene? Lean and Hungry Theater, which presents its newest radio play on WAMU-FM this Sunday [...]