In On It marks 25 years of fresh theater at Manbites Dog

Manbites Dog Theater is one of the forces that made Durham the cool town it is today.  One of Durham’s finest cultural institutions, MDT has been making strong, sometimes outrageous, theater for 25 years now, and has bred and supported even more than they’ve produced in-house.  Here’s my recent review of the season’s final show there, published in Classical Voice of North Carolina. Directed by Dana Marks, who staged the two-man play like a dance, it made a great transition to the summer dance season, which kicks off June 14 with the opening of the American Dance Festival, and continues with Chapel Hill choreographer Killian Manning’s new work (at Manbites), 1*9*5*6 Degrees of Separation, June 20-24.

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