Sunday, January 19

Exhibit pairs artists’ complementary work

The art world is teeming with talented young artists vying to be the next big thing. It’s a scenario that expectedly lends itself to networking ““ a case of not simply how good you are and how much you know, but really who you know. Read more...





Review: “˜Summertime’ a sizzling sensory experience of love, lust

“Summertime,” now playing at Macgowan Little Theatre through Feb. 7, is the quintessential Charles Mee concoction. One part piña colada and two parts bordering-psychotic fever dream, the maverick playwright’s kinky-sexy tribute to love and the power of passion is unapologetic and relentless in the way it peels away at each layer of the mystery of what it is to feel and live with an utmost fullness of being. Read more...


Mee’s art highlights physicality

“If music be the food of love, play on!” Shakespeare certainly knew what he was talking about when he penned those immortal lines. The latest in a long line of would-be inheritors to his playwriting throne, Charles Mee has seemingly taken those words to heart. Read more...