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Woolly Mammoth Theatre
Main Stage 641 D. Street, NW Washington, DC 20004
202-393-3939
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7 reviews
0 stars
attended Jun 24 2012

Very interesting and entertaining look at modern society; development of myths and legends. Cast was remarkable and some really good impressions of The Simpsons characters.

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11 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 30 2012

A little late now (I think it closed), but a fine play. A reflection on the creation of memory/myth structure by which we order our lives. This one is rooted in popular culture (the Simpsons) and nightmare (a world without power). Another fine...continued

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10 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 17 2012

Fascinating idea, but much darker than I expected. Act 1 is a bit slow, but Acts 2 & 3 more than make up for that. Excellent performances.

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Website

http://www.woollymammoth.net/performances/show_mr_burns.php

Description

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.   

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This show is recommended for those age 14 and older. _ _

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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.