Mr. Burns, a post-electric play
Your best bet on stage right now is the Little Mountain Lion Productions presentation of Anne Washburn’s Mr. Burns, a post-electric play (until Apr 21). What our reviewer calls a “searingly smart dark comedy”, survivors gather following a global catastrophe and attempt to recount the Cape Feare episode from the television show The Simpsons.
The Royal Holloway Choir
Regarded as one of Britain’s finest mixed-voice collegiate choirs, St. James Anglican Church presents The Royal Holloway Choir (Apr 11). From the University of London, the choir presents a concert of contemporary music, with an emphasis on the Baltic regions.
Richmond’s Gateway Theatre presents artistic director, Jovanni Sy’s newest work, Nine Dragons (Apr 12-21). Set in 1920s Kowloon, this thriller follows Detective Tommy Lam as he attempts to solve a series of sadistic murders in a place riddled with corruption, crime, and vice of every possible variety.