‘The Lintel’: A Librarian’s Riddle

The Washington Post Reviews “Underneath the Lintel,” the one-man play that unravels a circuitous tale. They call it a plunge into literary rapids of a most unpredictable sort.
Jerry Whiddon plays a librarian, searching for an overdue book’s meaning in Round House Theatre’s one-man play.

The intermissionless work, which has had successful runs in Los Angeles and New York, inaugurates a new second stage for Round House Theatre in a building next to the recently opened AFI Theatre in Silver Spring. The 150-seat black-box space is well suited to the intimate show.