Press Mentions

Kismet hitches a ride on Jellybird. Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Kismet hitches a ride on Jellybird.                     Photo by C. Stanley Photography

The Amazing and Marvelous Cabinets of Kismet has been getting attention in both print and online media, thanks to interested writers and some very kind reviewers! Below, a selection of mentions from the past few weeks.

Jacqueline Lawton, one of D.C.’s most accomplished dramaturges and playwrights, was kind enough to profile us on her blog.

Stephanie Merry of The Washington Post Weekend section, wrote a fantastic preview article about Kismet.

Reviews have been coming in over the past week from DC Theatre Scene, Maryland Theater Guide, DC Metro Theater Arts and The Washington Post.

Check back soon for a post on some of the comments we’ve been hearing from audiences!

 

Advertisements

Upcoming Library Shows

Genna performs Granny Annika in 'Anansi and the Dancing Granny.'

Genna performs Granny Annika in ‘Anansi and the Dancing Granny.’

Just a quick note to say that if you haven’t seen our show Anansi’s Appetite, we will be performing at two local libraries in the coming weeks. This is an interactive show suitable for ages 2 and up, and is great for families to enjoy together!

March 23, 2013 10:30am at Rockville Memorial Library

April 6, 2013 11:00am at Bethesda Library

We hope to see you there!

Anansi Goes to Potomac

These are some photos from our performance of Anansi’s Appetite at the Potomac Library in Maryland on January 19, 2013. As you can see, we had a great time!

Anansi leaves spider webs of yarn with audience members playing the different animals

Anansi leaves spider webs of yarn with audience members playing the different animals.

Genna Davidson playing Turtle in the story 'Anansi Goes Fishing.'

Genna Davidson playing the hand puppet character Turtle in the story ‘Anansi Goes Fishing.’

Anansi (performed by Cecilia Cackley) tries to trick Turtle into catching fish for him.

Anansi (performed by Cecilia Cackley) tries to trick Turtle into catching fish for him.

Genna performs Granny Annika in the story 'Anansi and the Dancing Granny.'

Genna Davidson performs Granny Annika in the story ‘Anansi and the Dancing Granny.’

Granny dances away from Anansi, who is singing from up above.

Granny dances away from Anansi, who is singing from up above.

Children at the show try out the puppets for themselves after the performance.

Children at the show try out the puppets for themselves after the performance.