At GeekFest in Bay Ridge Brooklyn, just over six weeks ago, a tall imposing professor of literature with a young man’s presence stands in front of a computer screen as scores of avid fans sit in rapt attention. “You think you know about video games … think again” the booming man-kid voice exclaims. What continued […]Read More FAIR GAME: Patrick Hickey Jr.
The Improvisario (Conor Mullen) reviews Buried in Time [played “without a net”] https://vimeo.com/212189718 Artistic New Directions (AND) Theatre Company are hardly the first group of theatre artists to ask the question “what if your actor had memorized all their lines and created a character, but didn’t know what the other actors in the scene were […]Read More The Joys of Working Without-A-Net
Reviewed by Robert Liebowitz Finally, finally, finally, there is some hope for the American Theater for the 21st Century, and his name is Mohammed Saad-Ali. Mr Ali is, and will be, a playwright, a force to be reckoned with. His beautiful new play, “A Lonely Night in Coney Island”, has bite, wit, charm, real drama, […]Read More “LONELY NIGHT” PACKS A PUNCH
Reviewed by Improv Specialist, Conor Mullen You Should Be Coming To This! A one-act musical written, composed, directed, and starring a group of excited recent graduates (or current college students) at The People’s Improv Theatre (best known for their improv, sketch, and stand up) is the definition of a Hit or Miss show. There’s no […]Read More They Have Landed!