Showtime at the Lincoln

Great theater at Washington DC’s Lincoln Theater last night.

Ten minute pieces from five plays that won the 2009 Emerging Voices Playwright Competition were staged.

While Michael Merino’s Maybe had a sly humor of the male-female tango; Sharon E. Moore’s Line Two is for You carried pathos with its puns.

Randy Gross’s Bread tackled the Iraq War from a personal angle, while Dean Poynor’s Moral Support carried weight and Amanda F. Healy’s Firefly presented a teen’s adventure and imaginative fancy.

The old theater looked great and housed the event gloriously. The management and the City need to do more of this kind of activity.

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