Conor D. Mullen reports Walking into the El Barrio Artspace’s darkened black box space I could really feel the atmosphere change. And not just because I was stepping out of the frozen rain into the warm underground theater, but because the room itself begged warmth and inclusion. Five chairs, basked in the gentle glow of […]Read More These kids made me think. This play made me think.
Every One Dreams of coming to New York… you know the place where you take a endless, precarious commute to your minuscule apartment for an astronomical rent, then you try to de-stress over crime and bills at the local bar or coffee house where you fear every pair of eyes on you. Then with your […]Read More Opening Tonight: A Crisis in New York… yeah I know … but this one’s on stage and brilliant!
Robert I. Gottlieb reports. I grew up in New Jersey – a town called South Orange – and so I’m intimately familiar with the combination of grime, pride, swamp smell and small town that contributes to our…stately reputation. It’s both a wonderful place to grow up and an awful place to get stuck. It is […]Read More Crooks and Conscience: Two Quality Crafford Works … one from Jersey
HAMLET Nu•ance Theatre Company John DeSotelle Studios http://www.desotellestudio.com/ Opening Night Review by Mike Pirozzi Most people agree that in order to be the best or at least get better, we must challenge ourselves… not stay complacent. A pitcher in baseball may try adding a pitch to his repertoire, a gymnast or figure skater may look […]Read More Nu•ance’s HAMLET gives all the world their stage