Anyway, time to go back to Gallaudet. Two shows today. 2pm and 8pm. If you’re in the DC area, you should come. Especially if you are Jack and Æ and Sarah. We run one more weekend though. :D
PS, last night was the first time an audience member told me that they caught the Doctor Who reference. Which isn’tactuallya reference, it’s just a coincidence, but it’s been on my mind ever since the first rehearsal.
Hamlecchino: Clown Prince of Denmark.
Playing now through May 19 at Gallaudet University.
Come see Faction of Fools’ production of Machiavelli’s THE MANDRAKE, Sept 15 to Oct 8. Translated by Nerida Newbigin. Adapted and Directed by Matthew R. Wilson. Masks by Aaron Cromie. Costumes by Lynly Saunders. Set by Daniel Flint. Lights by AJ Guban. Photo by C. Stanley Photography. http://www.factionoffools.org/
Tickets are usually $20, but use the code “Lazzi” to get them for $15 this weekend!!
Reviews! MD Theatre Guide says, “the show was truly a success.” DC Theatre Scene says, “If only our country’s current predicaments could be told through the lens of the Faction of Fools.” On the other end of the spectrum, The DCist didn’t like us too much, but said “you could certainly do worse than giving it a shot” so I’ll take it as a recommendation!
This weekend, the Friday night and Saturday night shows will be ASL-interpreted. Unfortunately, the Thursday night and Saturday afternoon shows will not be interpreted.
If you’re in the Myrtle Beach, SC, area, you should stop by the Palace Theatre to see “Why Do Fools Fall In Love?” featuring my sister @erdooley.
If you’re in the Washington, DC, area, you should stop by Gallaudet University to see “The Mandrake” featuring me running around in circles backstage flailing my arms. (it’s effective, I swear.)
Come see Faction of Fools’ production of Machiavelli’s THE MANDRAKE, Sept 15 to Oct 8 at Gallaudet University’s Eastman Studio Theatre. Translated by Nerida Newbigin. Adapted and Directed by Matthew R. Wilson. Masks by Aaron Cromie. Costumes by Lynly Saunders. Set by Daniel Flint. Lights by AJ Guban. Photo by C. Stanley Photography. http://www.factionoffools.org
Featured in this photo: Tyler Herman as Callimaco and Charlie Ainsworth as Siro.