Venue Details

2 Star Starred
Spooky Action Theater
at Universalist National Memorial Church 1810 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
202-248-0301
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Member Tips

dress

Casual
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travel

Arrive early
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Parking is scarce
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Goldstar Member
a short walk from metro, passing lots of restaurants, cafes, etc.
travel Oct 18 2013 star this tip starred
William Grote
I drove around for half an hour before finding street parking. There's free parking in a lot on Fridays and Saturdays.
travel Oct 18 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

10 ratings
3.7 average rating
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235 events
177 reviews
54 stars
attended Oct 17 2013

Emoting and words, words, words. I was so glad when intermission came so that I could leave.

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172 events
63 reviews
20 stars
attended Oct 10 2013

A nice opportunity to see one of Tennessee Williams' lesser known plays - but there's a reason for this. It's slow moving and sometimes confusing to follow. Not for casual theatre goers.

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1 review
3 stars
attended Oct 27 2013

Absolutely wonderful! A fascinating but profoundly sad play. Acting was at the highest level in two very difficult roles.

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More Information

Website

http://www.spookyaction.org/

Description

By Tennessee Williams

Directed by Richard Henrich

Cast: Lee Mikeska Gardner (Clare) and David Bryan Jackson (Felice)

Designers: J. D Madsen (set), Brian Allard (lighting), David Crandall (sound), Kimberly Parkman (costumes), Deb Crerie (set pieces), Palla Bane (props), Betsy Muller (scenic painting)

About the Ticket Supplier: Spooky Action Theater

Spooky Action Theater (SAT) is a dynamic, young theater company in Washington, DC. We designed and built a versatile performance space that accommodates multiple seating and staging configurations. Movable walls and audience risers enable us to approach each production with a fresh perspective.

Albert Einstein coined the term spooky action at a distance to describe a bit of quantum mechanics even he found incredible: two particles can become entangled such that, forever after, a change in one is matched by instant change in the other, no matter what the distance between them. Spooky action happens when actors provide a bare framework to be fleshed out by the imagination of the audience, creating the world and action of the play.