Sandra Tsing Loh's I Worry Catalogs Modern Woes, From Dow Jones to Duct Tape, in DC

News   Sandra Tsing Loh's I Worry Catalogs Modern Woes, From Dow Jones to Duct Tape, in DC Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company presents the world premiere of humorist Sandra Tsing Loh's I Worry, a performance piece about modern anxiety in an uncertain world, March 27-April 20 at the Kennedy Center's AFI Theater.

David Schweizer directs the work written by and featuring Loh, a public radio fixture. "The axis of evil, nuclear and bioweapons, duct tape, the plunging Dow, plunging mutual funds, soaring taxes, facial worry lines and 24-hour news are just some of the things that worry this wry wordsmith," according to production notes.

Woolly Mammoth, the resident Washington, DC, company, is playing its current season in borrowed spaces while its new home is being built.

Loh's solo shows, Bad Sex With Bud Kemp and Aliens in America, were seen at Second Stage in Manhattan and at theatres around the country. Her new show, Sugar Plum Fairy, premiered at Seattle Rep this past winter, directed by Schweizer.

Loh's radio work has been heard on NPR's "Morning Edition," "This American Life" and on PRI's "Marketplace."

Tickets to I Worry are $21-$38. For information, call (202) 467-4600 or visit www.woollymammoth.net.