The Yellow Skin Theatre, a very bold and politically incorrect acting troupe, was invented to shine a light on the most complacent people in America, the Asian-Americans. Its founding father is Wesley Du, a senior at VCU, and the writer of “American Chinks Reborn,” which was performed at the Richard Newdick Theatre this year.
‘Six Feet Under’ This week we saw Ruth as we’ve never seen her before: wild. This mother of three acted like the sex-pot that she is…deep down. Bettina certainly has brought this lady out of her shell, and what better way for Ruth to show off her new zany side than at her birthday party that Lisa organized.
Most of us steer clear of the isle marked “Romance” in Barnes & Noble lest we be infected with “housewife syndrome.”
It is widely believed that romance novels are trashy bits of fiction that don’t deserve to be printed. In actuality they are a big business industry that bring release to women of every type of intelligence.
Although many have seen the HBO adaptation of “The Laramie Project,” I must insist that you see it on the stage at the Barksdale. Going behind enemy lines, Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project visited Laramie, Wyo. to get the true story about the murder of gay college student, Matthew Shepard.
From the outside, to the unknowing eye, it appears to be just an abandoned warehouse with black windows. But in no way is that the case. This is one of the hottest and most popular clubs in the Washington, D.C. area.