Venue Details

47 Star Starred
Gunston Arts Center
Adjacent to Gunston Middle School 2700 S. Lang Street Arlington, VA 22206
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Member Tips

Gary L.
Bring a cushion. The seats are folding chairs with pads, but the play is long.
info Jun 17 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

11 ratings
4.2 average rating
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Gary L. Red Velvet
31 events
24 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 15 2013

The female cast in this production is first rate, the ladies outshine (and in the plot, out smart) the men who themselves are quite good. One of the best I have seen at American Century. Bravo.

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Sometimes too critical Red Velvet
41 events
22 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 14 2013

I thoroughly enjoyed this production. The text is urbane; the language is intelligent and sometimes dazzling; and the acting is well developed. This ensemble works well... continued

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4 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 07 2013

Beautifully written, directed and acted.

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More Information



Artistic Associate Steven Scott Mazzola directs an ensemble cast that includes Jennifer J. Hopkins in her TACT debut as Marion Froude, with Daniel Corey and Jon Towson in the roles of Richard Kurt and Leander Nolan, respectively. Frank Britton, Caitlyn Conley, Joe Cronin, Cam McGee and Craig Miller complete the ensemble.

Robert Gato Echanique is the Set Designer and the Props Designer is Lindsey Moore. Annalisa Dias-Mandoly, Lauren Meier and Ashley Crouch are Scenic Artists. Karin Rosnizeck is the Vocal coach. Jason Aufdem-Brinke is the Lighting Designer and Alison Samantha Johnson is the Costume Designer. Ed Moser is the Sound Designer. Jonathan Hudspeth is Master Carpenter. Tre Wheeler is the Stage Manager and Charles Lasky is the Assistant Stage Manager.  

About the Ticket Supplier: American Century Theater

The American Century Theaters mission is to promote 20th century theater as a vital part of our cultural dialogue. Their mission is based on the firm conviction that this theatrical repertoire -- influential and critically acclaimed dramas, comedies, and teleplays first produced during what Henry Luce called the American Century -- portrays a uniquely American vision that is vital to our shared cultural heritage.