... especially if, like Tboy, you don't spend much time with the Saturday papers:
- Arena Stage announces a season that's half musicals, including a Civil War tuner by Paula Vogel.
- The New York Times crushes on Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, whose theater career has its roots in D.C. (including a production or two at the now-threatened Source Theatre.)
In the WashPo's Arena item, Peter Marks hints that the House That Zelda Built is moving into territory that might worry the local companies who've made musicals their calling card.
The Times, meanwhile, almost portrays Roberto as a young Richard Greenberg--a phenomenon of a playwright with a raft of recent openings (and a cool day job, to boot).