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What LiveArtDC is to me

LiveArt and I<3 Hummels represent a refreshing return to basics and process, two things that sometimes get lost in the furor of mounting a production.  It reminds me of the time I spent in the late 1970’s in Washington Theater when Tony Abeson (of the now defunct Washington Theater Lab) and Bart Whiteman were mounting […]

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LiveArt’s “I <3 Hummels" Pick of the Fringe!

Critics call I <3 Hummels charming, funny and fabulous Washington, DC – This week, LiveArt’s “I <3 Hummels” was named “Pick of the Fringe” by DC Theater Scene and continues to receive acclaim for its contribution to the DC Fringe Festival. “Hummels” takes audiences through a snapshot in the life of socially awkward Raymond, the […]

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First look at I <3 Hummels

A virgin, a blonde and a German phone sex operator walk into a coffee shop… No, this isn’t a twisted remount of Wild Things (wouldn’t THAT sell tickets!). This is LiveArt’s family-friendly, light-hearted coming-of-age comedy, I <3 Hummels. Are those enough buzzwords? No? Let’s try for something more direct: I <3 Hummels is the most ensemble-driven, collaboratively written […]

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Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘I <3 Hummels’ By Heather Whitpan

World Premiere plays are fascinating. Whether you’re an actor, director or designer, there’s something magical about being surrounded by a playwright’s words, knowing that you’re the first to bring those words to life. For the audience, there’s a shared understanding that “we’re a part of something new.” No one can really say where a world […]

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