Post-Armageddon Comedy Mr. Burns, a post-electric play
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Miraculously retaining its comic timing and timeless wit more than a century later, Jerome K. Jerome's Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) was originally published as a hilarious novel in 1889. Written as a travelogue, the lively story tells of three young men -- and a devoted terrier named Montmorency (played here by ... well, not a dog) -- on a boating holiday that quickly devolves into a series of absurd misadventures. Directed by Derek Goldman, this adaptation brings to life one of the funniest novels of all time in a must-see show. Learn More
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Featured review from Mark Anthony NewmanRed Velvet
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I thoroughly enjoyed this but I am an admitted Simpsons fanatic and am especially fond of the episode the play centers around--Cape Feare. However, I am not sure exactly how much a non-Simpsons fan would get out of it. The acting was top notch. One complaint about the play is that I wanted to know "what the hell" happened exactly but that's my same complaint with "The Walking Dead." However, that did not deter my enjoyment of the show. Again, for Simpsons fanatics this is a must-see. Everyone else? Your life is already a failure so it's up to you...
Featuring Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. member Kimberly Gilbert, with Chris Genebach, Amy McWilliams, Erika Rose, Steve Rosen, Jenna Sokolowski and James Sugg. Steven Cosson directs.
This show is recommended for those age 14 and older.
The show's running time is two hours and 15 minutes, with an intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company ignites an explosive engagement between theatre artists and the community by developing, producing and promoting new plays that explore the edges of theatrical style and human experience, and by implementing new ways to use the artistry of theatre to serve the people of Greater Washington, DC.