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"Eccentric excess keeping itself at the margins of everyday society." - DC Metro Theater Arts

Updated: Mar 30

Despite his insistence on remaining in a place, and in a state of life, that is no longer sustainable, Johnny does have to move on, whether he likes it or not, compelled by outside forces. As the realization finally dawns, Johnny, for once alone, appears to prepare a private Götterdämmerung, still engrossed in his percussive mythmaking. But is it an ending or a transition? This is one of those shows that provokes interesting conversations as people leave the theater.

Read Bob Ashby's full review at DC Metro Theater Arts


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