Articles Tagged With: Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint

.dØt:: a RotoPlastic Ballet at Pointless Theatre Company

The system only works if the system comes first.

The system only works if— errør— :://cødΞ does not c-c-compute. There is a GLITCH in the system.

It’s just a glitch. Ignore it. Move on.

It’s just a— .dØt, after all.

The statistical possibility of one little— .dØt— becoming the downfall of the system— why that’s impossible. Isn’t it? Pointless Theatre Company astonishes and amazes with their newest production:  .dØt:: a RotoPlastic Ballet.

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Ritija Gupta, writer and performer of "Charming the Destroyer: Questionable Choices in Search of the Sublime"

Charming The Interviewer: An In-Depth Look at Ritija Gupta’s Charming the Destroyer

Theatre at its most basic is storytelling. The root of all good performance comes from the inherent ability to tell the story in its simplest form. All the whizzbangery and whistles of spectacle that accompany theatrical endeavors are an added bonus, but if you can’t tell a story at its core, you’re wasting everyone’s time including your own. Proving her prowess as an engaging storyteller, performance artist Ritija Gupta has taken a moment to sit with TheatreBloom for an exclusive interview to talk about her current show— Charming the Destroyer: Questionable Choices in the Search for the Sublime— now running as a part of the Mead Theatre Lab Program at Cultural DC.

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Review: A Very Pointless Holiday Spectacular at Pointless Theatre

Ho! Ho! Holiday-mamma-freaking-ho! The Pointless Theatre is bringing their annual tradition, A Very Pointless Holiday Spectacular to the stage for 2015 and they’re going to sack it to you, Santa babies! It’s the North Pole’s 239th annual talent show and Mrs. Claus and the elves are ready to get down, boogie, and go to town on the one night a year that they get off— and holy holiday moly do they get off!

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