Venue Details

430 Star Starred
Signature Theatre
4200 Campbell Avenue Arlington, VA 22206
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Parking is a breeze
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Parking is free
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Susan Joseph
The weather was rainy. I wore a sweater and jeans.
dress Jan 06 2014 star this tip starred
Busboys & Poets right across the street--we love it. Lots of other restaurants a block or 2 away.
dining Jan 07 2014 star this tip starred
public parking lots are free (where Harris Teeter supermarket it)
travel Jan 07 2014 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
The weather was cold. I wore boots and a down coat expecting the theater to be chilly but it was quite comfortable, even with the polar apocalypse about to descend..
dress Jan 07 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.1 average rating
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36 events
29 reviews
33 stars
attended Jan 05 2014

Sarah Ruhl's little old gem did not shine through director's murky and slow interpretation. The singing Tiresian cowboy was especially muted as were the supposedly labile eventually married couple.

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jan 05 2014

Very interesting and out of the box. Not sure what it was about but it generated a lot of discussion. A very lovely afternoon.

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1 review
1 stars
attended Jan 04 2014

I could see how this performance would not appeal to many....I actually found it interesting and am open to exploring performing arts of all types! Didn't think the... continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Here as ever, Ruhl has a finger to her chin in poetic meditation, with the added attraction of a youthful yodel in her heart.” -Washington Post
“Daugherty, proving he’s a master at balancing quirk and well-intentioned story-telling, is able to show the dance that Mary is dancing – both literally and figuratively – in her relationships and in her own mind in a consistently interesting way. Overall, this artistic vision serves the piece well.” —Broadway World
“[Daugherty] seems to have found the exact mix of comedy and tragedy that best enhances the play’s effect … With this work, Alyssa Wilmoth establishes herself as a major Washington actor – the kind of performer whose appearance in a cast can serve as a stand-alone justification to see a play … Thomas and Dinolfo also acquit themselves well in difficult roles.” -DC Theatre Scene

About the Ticket Supplier: No Rules Theatre Company

No Rules Theatre Company was founded by a new generation of theatre artists looking to create, collaborate and challenge themselves. Working in both Washington, DC and Winston-Salem, NC will present them with the opportunity to help transform two cities with immense artistic passion into cities defined by their artistic excellence.

Our mission is to present the broadest spectrum of high quality, accessible, truthful theatre that will open the minds and expand the expectations of a diverse audience. Other than this, there are no rules.