Omnivore’s Dilemma is a quality food for the thought

Based on the Michael Pollan work by the same name, Prof. Natsu Onoda Power’s adaptation of The Omnivore’s Dilemma is a fresh take on a rotten food industry. The two-hour experience–bookended by two on-stage portions and anchored by a middle third of interactive vignettes staged throughout the Davis Performing Arts Center–deftly illustrates issues ranging from […]

Escape from the Hilltop: Does Julius Caesar fist pump?

This weekend there’s a lot happening on the performing-arts front, from Shakespearean classics and a reimagined Sabrina Fair to Pauly D of Jersey Shore fame. (His hair counts as performance art, right?) Friends, Romans, Countrywomen Never read the play? Maybe Mean Girls can jog your memory. An all-female cast takes on Ancient Rome in a […]

Our Town: Change comes too fast in Grover’s Corners

Kevin Bender (COL ’09) as George Thornton Wilder’s Our Town,”a play about the little things,” as it is often described, is so ubiquitous among small theaters that one can reasonably expect any new production to be an attempt to “make it new.” The collaboration between the Georgetown University Theater and Performance Studies Program and the […]