Greek Myth Gets Provocative Retelling From Constellation Theatre Company
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The last date listed for The Love of the Nightingale was Sunday May 25, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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Constellation Theater is my go-to place for unusual repertory. It's amazing what this company does on a small budget and in a small space. The cast was uniformly excellent. Be advised that if you are sitting in a side front row seat, stage action...continued
Quotes & Highlights
- “Constellation’s The Love of the Nightingale is dynamic and heartbreaking.”—The Washington Post
- “Teasley’s rhythms touch the heart and soul.”—DC Theatre Scene
- “Has all the disturbing elements of a juicy Greek tragedy.”—The Washingtonian
- “This ancient tale feels more raw and powerful than any her company has given us in its seven-year existence.”
—Washington City Paper
Section A is located in the prime locations of the theater, usually within the first several rows.
Section B is on the sides and the back rows of the theater.