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Studio Theatre - Milton Theatre
1501 14th St. NW Washington, DC 20005
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We ate right on the corner of Q Street at Etto. If you get there before 6:30 it was not crowded and the food is very good and reasonably priced. We locked the grilled squid and the pizzas are excellent.
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Lalibela, Ethopian rest just across street, has nice family atmosphere and okay food.
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"Torch Song Trilogy"
61 ratings
4.8 average rating
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43 reviews
99 stars
attended Sep 14 2013

I could (and just may) go see this play again. It is a brilliant piece of writing: intelligent, witty, and moving. The protagonist, Arnold, who is extraordinarily well-played to the point the actor IS Arnold, will win your heart. This is a...continued

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1 stars
attended Sep 05 2013

Excellent! One of the best plays I have ever seen...!

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14 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 12 2013

I had not seen the play and had trepidation when I heard to the length. It flew by and was masterful. Fabulous dialogue and acting.

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Torch Song Trilogy stars Brandon Uranowitz (Broadway’s Baby, It’s You) as Arnold, with Obie Award winner Gordana Rashovich (Roundabout’s The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore) as Ma and Todd Lawson (The New Group’s One Arm, Broadway’s Summer and Smoke) as Ed. The production also features Alex Mills, last seen at Studio in 2ndStage’s 2-2 Tango, as Alan and Helen Hayes Award nominee Sarah Grace Wilson (Studio’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie) as Laurel. Rounding out the cast are newcomer Michael Lee Brown as David and Ashleigh King (Studio 2ndStage’s The Rocky Horror Show) as Lady Blues.

This show runs three and a half hours.