In the early 80s, a cab driver, angry at the way the world treated the arts, the middle class, and him, sat down at a typewriter and wrote his first play… and never looked back. Today, Robert B. Liebowitz is a celebrated play and screen writer as well as novelist and essayist, with several published […]Read More ROBERT LIEBOWITZ: 40 years and still pissed off! Five 5-Star Works Return.
Review by C.B. Murray THE JOINT is a part of the Theater for the New City Dream Up Festival. Written by Curtis D. Jones, Music and Lyrics by Timothy Graphenreed and Directed and Choreographed by Kenneth L. Roberson. There are some extremely talented seasoned professionals in this AEA Showcase who provide us with intimacy, laughter […]Read More A Good JOINT Effort
Pat Dwyer, currently in rehearsal for Identity Theater’s production of The Tempest (Performances run: Fri. @ 8:00 pm • Sat. @ 2:00 & 8:00 pm • Sun. @ 3:00 pm at The Underground Theater of El Barrio’s Artspace, 215 E. 99th Street, NYC) is no stranger to works of the Bard. He was The Ghost in […]Read More Pat Stirs Up a TEMPEST with Identity Theater
Timothy Patrick Walsh: Actor, Artistic Director of StreetLamp Productions, and Playwright of the new work, Comfort in Silence (A Coming of Age Story for Forty Somethings), part at the American Theatre of Actors’ 41 season. The ATA is located at 314 West 54th Street, between 8th and 9th avenues in NYC. Comfort in Silence Preview: Thursday, […]Read More Triple Threat Tim and the Premiere of “Comfort in Silence”
How far would you go to prove your loyalty? This is one of the themes from the production of “Debriefing” at the 2016 Summer Fringe Festival. The play works on how undercover operations can go awry when the covert agent’s cover is blown, due to inadequate Intel gathering. It starts with Agent Handler Reed […]Read More Debriefing Worthy of Discussion