Rousuck's Review: "Love Is a Blue Tick Hound" at The Theatre Project | WYPR

Rousuck's Review: "Love Is a Blue Tick Hound" at The Theatre Project

Jan 18, 2018

Mike Smith and Lee Conderacci in STUCK, one of four short plays in LOVE IS A BLUE TICK HOUND.
Credit Photo courtesy Rapid Lemon Productions

It's Thursday, and that means theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom in the studio for her weekly review of one of the region's many thespian offerings.  This week, she spotlights Love Is a Blue Tick Hound, Rapid Lemon Productions' regional premiere of a collection of four short plays by Audrey Cefaly, three of which have received New York premieres, and all of which have won festival awards throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Cefaly's suite of four intimate one-act duets -- Fin & Euba, Clean, The Gulf, and Stuck -- explores the many ways we struggle to cope with the complicated dynamics of life and love.

Part of the 2018 Women's Voices Theater Festival, Love Is a Blue Tick Hound is on stage at Baltimore's The Theatre Project now through Sunday, January 21, and at Washington's Trinidad Theatre/Capital Fringe from February 9-17.   Click here for Theatre Project tickets and here for Trinidad Theatre/Capital Fringe tickets.