Nov 272013

MD Theatre Guide

November 26, 2013 by 

Before The Ambassador Theater’s inventive rendition of Vaclav Havel’s Protest even begins, the set transports you to another place and time. Café tables are scattered around the black box theater, leaving only enough space for the actors to bustle through. A small stein of pilsner and a dish of pretzels and nuts give theater-goers something to sip and nosh as they get their bearings. Moody music pipes in over the speakers as chatter from the audience rises. Before you know it, you’ve arrived. It’s circa 1978, and you’re about to foment revolution in a coffeehouse in Soviet Prague. Even black-and-whites of Havel—Czech dissident turned president—line the wall; smoke-filled air is the only thing missing…To Read More

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