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“Ashizawa’s direction has the same kind of ritualistic beauty that one might find in a Japanese tea ceremony.”
– American Theatre Web
“Lafcadio Hearn created an illusion and lived his days and nights within its confines. That illusion was his Japan. He found in Japan the ideal coupling of the cerebral and the sensual, mingled and indistinguishable, the one constantly recharging the other and affording him the inspiration to write.”
– The Japan Times
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THE WEDDING DRESS
Staged for the first time in Washington, DC, The Wedding Dress is the highlight of spooky action theater’s Nelson Rodrigues Festival. The festival event will also feature readings, talk-backs, and lectures about the playwright, who was given the nickname of The Pornographic Angel. The Embassy of Brazil in Washington, DC is an enthusiastic supporter of the festival and this production of The Wedding Dress !
– The New York Times.
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THE TWO-CHARACTER PLAY
Directed by Richard Henrich
With Lee Mikeska Gardner & David Bryan Jackson
“I think it is my most beautiful play since Streetcar,” said Tennessee Williams, “and I’ve never stopped working on it. … It is a cri de coeur, but then all creative work, all life, in a sense is a cri de coeur.”
“Gardner and Jackson are quick, light and funny … this assured revival (is) worth it.” The Washington Post
“its performances a revelation in themselves” Maryland Theater Guide
“ a delicious mystery … sturdy and delicate, breathlessly frantic and exquisitely paced.” DC Theatre Scene
Felice and Clare are brother and sister, and they are also actors. Finding themselves deserted by their acting troupe in a decrepit “state theater in a state unknown,” they face the challenge of staging “The Two-Character Play.” Unfortunately this illusion within an illusion does not help them escape from the reality of their already deteriorating mental states. At the end, Felice and Clare – and the audience – must face the “confining nature of human existence.” Tennessee Williams was inspired to write “The Two-Character Play” based on his relationship with his schizophrenic sister, Rose.
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