Venue Details

Theater J at the Edlavitch DCJCC
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
202-777-3210
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3.8 / 5 Rated by 63 members
Review from RC
Red Velvet 804 events 351 reviews

Loved loved, loved, this show......smart, witty, provocative and brilliantly executed. Thanks for a terrific evening out.

reviewed Jan 25 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Francine J.
Red Velvet 77 events 45 reviews

The acting was very good, but the play was about so many things that I wouldn't say it was "about" religion at all. I guess I'm saying I couldn't find any clear and consistent focus.

reviewed Jan 27 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Mike
45 events 43 reviews

good acting and set design...writer tried to put too much in for drama, not enough for comedy...but had some laughs

reviewed Jan 14 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Charlotte
41 events 30 reviews

Very enjoyable performance -- we were totally engrossed in the lives of the four characters and found them believable, funny and interesting. The weekday matinee was convenient to attend and had a very diverse audience who all seemed happy with...continued

reviewed Jan 27 2012 report as inappropriate
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By Renee Calarco

Directed by Joe Calarco

Featuring Will Gartshore, Kimberly Gilbert, Liz Mamana, Joseph Thornhill and Chris Stezin.

Mo and Brian are a picture-perfect DC couple: they’re smart, they’re witty, and they have a beautifully remodeled kitchen. But when Mo’s best friend Patti announces she’s found Jesus and is putting her own career on hold, Mo must take a closer look at the harder truths surrounding her own marriage. A brand new comedy about relationships, faith and the fine line between compromise and regret.

This production is not recommended for audiences under age 17 due to explicit sexual content.

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