1101 Sixth Street, SW Washington
What's so funny about death? In her original play Loveland, Ann Randolph takes the audience on a remarkable cross-country flight that is as funny as it is deeply human. Portraying multiple characters, including heroine, Frannie Potts, an out of control, sexually charged misfit facing the loss of the greatest love of her life, Randolph travels from outrageous confrontation and awkward confusion to a glimpse of the mystery, tragedy and beauty that unites us all. In conjunction with the performance, Randolph will be leading a brief writing workshop immediately following the show.
Thru - Apr 13, 2014