History of Kisses Opens at Studio; Source Festival Continues
From Jana Petersen
The Source Theater: If you missed the Source Festival last weekend, no worries, you have until July 3. The Festival continues with a run of 10-minute plays, full-run plays and artistic blind dates this weekend. This Friday, see a 10-minute play whose theme is “heroes and villains,” Saturday, “lost and found” and Sunday, “lovers and friends.” Click here for the full calendar.
- Lost & Found: Finding yourself or missing a long lost love. These plays ask, “Just what are you looking for?”
- Lovers & Friends: BFFs or star-crossed lovers? These plays take a closer look at the complexities we all face in building relationships.
- Heroes & Villains: The good, bad and ugly. These plays explore humanity’s best and worst players.
What is the Source Festival? “Driven by creativity, collaboration and invention, Source Festival artists from across the nation present 25 new works over three weeks. The relationships built here lay the path for the next generation of outstanding performing artists.” (Source)
Studio Theater: The History of Kisses opened June 15 at the Studio Theater. Written, directed and performed by David Cale, this play details the motions of a writer who “sequesters himself in an oceanfront motel to finish a collection of tales of seaside romance, only to find himself drawn into the romantic and sexual goings-on around him.” (Studio)
Find out what is going on at other theaters in the area below the fold:
|Keegan Theatre at Church Street
1742 Church Street NW
|25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee runs June 4th through July 3. $40 general admission / $35 students and seniors|
1215 U Street NW
1835 14th Street NW
|2011 Source Festival runs June 10 through July 3.|
1501 14th Street NW
|The History of KissesVenus in Fur through July 10.|
1529 16th St. NW
|The 2011-2012 season at Theater J begins with Imagining Madoff on August 31.