Regeneration Theatre is excited to announce the cast of SKYSCRAPER the first revival [ever] of the 1965 Musical Comedy by Peter Stone, James Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn, based on Elmer Rice’s “Dream Girl” September 7-17, 2017 UrbanStages, 259 West 30th St, New York, NY. Not seen anywhere since its original production closed in June […]Read More Regeneration Theatre hits new hits with SKYSCRAPER this fall
The American Theatre of Actors concentrates on dark New York back stories for its summer cutting-edge series. THE SANDMAN, written by Lynn Navarra and directed by Ken Coughlin, tells the story of two beat cops, moonlighting in construction, caught up in a battle between a pub owner and the Irish mob… NYC circa 1979 … will be […]Read More Want a brilliant play … ask a busy man!
Ashley Khan reviews Caught Dreaming at NYSummerFest Caught Dreaming covers intense subject matter, well, intensely. It portrays a topic entering our psyche more prevalently – mental illness. It starts-off with a group of members attending therapy sessions. Judah, being the main character struggles with schizoaffective disorder, while his girlfriend, Elle, struggles with bipolar disorder; together […]Read More Therapeutic work done by Ryan Dancho and Sara Rademacher
Review of the Midtown International Theatre Festival production by Wrda Hussain This musical comedy takes the old chestnut-sci-fi cautionary tale and flips it by making a tale of Simerics and their quest to save their galaxy FROM humans. The well-written script blends adventure, action, music and political satire into a well-developed production.MAD MEL SAVES THE […]Read More Far-Out Fun with Mad Mel
What inspires you as an artist/entrepreneur … and how does it correlate to your decision making when choosing venues, festivals, performance runs, etc. I am inspired by authentic stories about people and groups that have been under represented and/or have not had their stories accurately told. This truth informs the stories and people I am drawn too. My latest work features two Latina women […]Read More One minute with “One in a Million” author, Kevin Davis
Brick Theater’s Shakespeare in the Theater Festival presents a C.A.G.E. Theater & Step1 Theatre Project production of TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA: A SWASHBUCKLING COMEDY! C.A.G.E. Theater & Step1 Theatre Project bring you the Bard’s romantic comedy with an adventurous twist: pirates, swordplay, all forms of physical comedy, amid the Shakespearean prose courtesy of director Ariel […]Read More A moment with Michael Hagins
Ashley Khan reviews This Gonna Be A Test, Miss? at the Midtown International Theatre Festival This gonna be on the test miss is drama peppered with humor. Like a rough language Mr. Holland’s Opus. A confused-about-life young woman tries to find guidance as a teacher at a community college and an aspiring actress. Guess which […]Read More Ms. Levy’s Opus