The Washington Post
The Pink Line (a blog about DC arts and culture)
DC Theatre Scene
We had some low numbers in audiences during the first week and so I decided to write up some blogs about the feedback from individuals about the show (in order to hopefully drum up some interest), most of which has been overwhelmingly positive. You can find those blogs, as well as a blog about WHY I wanted to do the show in the first place at the following links:
FIRST REACTIONS TO OXYGEN
MORE RESPONSES TO OXYGEN...& MORE!
Oxygen by Ivan Vyrypaev...
I also did an interview with a web publication called view of the arts a while back where I mentioned some more information about my work on the language of Oxygen, as well as some of my teaching and acting work in general. That link can be found here:
In Conversation with Mark Krawczyk
Finally, going into our last week of Oxygen, I was informed late last night that our production has been chosen by the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA) to be significant and important enough to be filmed and archived. They'll be filming this Thursday night. It's been one hell of a 4 month rehearsal process for this one, and a short performance process. Maybe this will lead to more performances of Oxygen in the future. Maybe not. In either case it's been an incredible ride. Please come check us out during our final week of performances. We close on May 19th.
Go to www.taffetypunk.com for ticket information and purchases...or click on the link at the beginning of this blog.