WOMEN’S VOICES: A HIT FROM 1912

Wednesday, February 17 at 7pm the Washington Stage Guild reading series continues with RUTHERFORD AND SON by Githa Sowerby A pay-what-you-can reading In Edwardian London, Shaw and his confreres wrote for an intelligent and exacting audience. But one of those associates was not a frère: Sowerby’s searching family dramas are little known in the US, but have held the stage in Britain and Canada since they were written! And don’t forget– ST NICHOLAS must close Sunday 2/21! “For an exceptionally comedic evening with some conscientious observations about the human condition… check out St. Nicholas at the Washington Stage Guild.” -DC Metro Theatre… read more →