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94 Star Starred
Studio Theatre - Milton Theatre
1501 14th St. NW Washington, DC 20005
202-332-3300
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 70 members
Review from Howard Menaker
17 events 10 reviews

A compelling play, well-acted, but not for the faint of heart. The title tells you there will be strong language, but it is done in a context that is real and immediate. Gurgis captures the hard truths, the false "friendships" and both the joy and...continued

reviewed Jan 30 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Eddie Eitches
Red Velvet 217 events 105 reviews

The actors were phenomenal with their perfect accents and gesticulation. The story moved swiftly for a two hour, no intermission performance. The script combines violence, love, and comedy. As to the language and male nudity, well,...continued

reviewed Feb 07 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from jmcc
Red Velvet 129 events 58 reviews

Outstanding performance.

reviewed Mar 17 2013 report as inappropriate
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“Affecting and seductively funny. An excellent cast!” -The Washington Post
“A laugh-a-minute tragedy.” -DC Theatre Scene
“Purely human, a cut to the quick exploration of what it means to be alive and kicking and loving in urban America.” -MD Theatre Guide
“Cheerfully vulgar and in your face, defiant Studio Theatre’s latest eclectic production is directed with humor and finesse by Serge Seiden.” -"DC Metro Theater Arts ":http://www.dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2013/02/05/the-motherfucker-with-the-hat-at-the-studio-theatre-by-sydney-chanele-dawkins/

Description

Jackie, out on parole and newly sober, is determined to start anew with his childhood sweetheart Veronica, but her unrelenting coke addiction, his slick-talking AA sponsor, and the discovery of another man’s hat in his living room all threaten to derail Jackie’s tenuous progress. With passion, profanity, and genuine vulnerability, Jackie and Veronica untangle their decades of codependence as they wrestle with the painful limitations of trust, desire, and rehabilitation.  

Stephen Adly Guirgis’ rapid-fire black comedy was a smash hit on Broadway, where _The New York Times _called it a “bruising, tragicomic apache dance of love, betrayal and indecision.”

<em>Parade</em> The Victorian Lyric Opera Company Presents <em>La Perichole</em> <em>Fickle: A Fancy French Farce</em> <em>James and the Giant Peach Jr.</em> <em>Fun Home</em> <em>Two Rooms</em>