The House Halfway: A New Comic Play About Assisted Suicide
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The last date listed for The House Halfway was Sunday July 1, 2012 / 4:00pm.
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Washington Improv Theater puts you in the holiday spirit -- hilariously --with Seasonal Disorder. Functional families, dysfunctional clans, close-knit kin and distant relations alike will enjoy this holiday improv extravaganza that features a brand new set of characters in each performance. Bring your quirky family to Source to meet WIT's equally weird brood. From your oddball uncle to your distant cousin, improv is a something everyone can enjoy. And the Washington Post has called WIT "some of the most exciting live entertainment in Washington." Learn More
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This was one of the most interesting productions I have seen in a long time. Engaging and thought provoking.
Nora Ashati stood out among a strong group. A very good cast which worked well together.
While 90 minutes and no intermission the time flew by and I didn't look at my watch once.
Leave time afterwards to discuss the play with your companions as there is much to ponder. Would have enjoyed a post play discussion.
By Norman Allen
Directed by Raymond O. Caldwell
Dorothy: Claire Carroll
Robbie: Will Beech
Earnest: Chris Mancusi
Faye: Jasmin Johnson
Tyler: Matthew Rubbelke
Lydia: Nora Achrati
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