As a child, FERMIN SERRANO QUINTERO was taught that New York City was “the center of the universe” — a place where you can find people from all walks of life and from every part of the world. NYC was also the epicenter for immigrants: “My inspiration behind coming to New York lies in the fact […]Read More FERMIN is a PERMIN-ent Fixture of NY
Review: “Fluffy the Pine” at the Producers Club By Lead-Reviewer, Anthony J. Piccione This holiday season, now is as good a time as ever to look for shows that you can take the whole family to enjoy, as a special treat for this time of year. Unfortunately, the indie theatre landscape is not always filled […]Read More I Talk To The Trees
Review: “Common Ground” at the Actors Temple Theatre By Anthony J. Piccione, OuterStage lead-writer As a society, American citizens tend to remember its former presidents with fondness, with a tendency to forgive – or even forget – some of their worst traits and biggest mistakes. Arguably, no president in history is remembered with more […]Read More Will the Real Abe Lincoln Please Stand-Up
Review: “The Straights” at JACK Review By Anthony J. Piccione OuterStage’s Main Correspondent The past couple of years have seen a proliferation of new plays being written and produced attempting to capture the essence of what it means to be a Millennial adult in America. Of course, a big part of this is because so […]Read More Road Trip!
The Straights (https://www.thestraightstheplay.com/) is an epic. Like Homer, Venus and Adonis, and others. It more than takes-off the rose colored glasses… it smashes them to the floor. It tracks millennial BFFs, Phoebe and Nina, as they navigate hitchhikers, shoplifting, drugs, and a flood of selfies on a cross-country no-boys-allowed adventure through the heart and heartlessness […]Read More STRAIGHT talk with WILL DETLEFSEN
Common Ground, the new musical by Granville Wyche Burgess and Stan Wietrzychowsk, tells the yet-untold story of what really necessitated the Emancipation Proclamation. This special book-in-hand presentation, will be Monday, December 9 at 7:00 p.m. at The Actors Temple, 339 West 47th Street, NYC. Common Ground begins with a veiledly racist President Lincoln, carrying a country-at-war on […]Read More Pavacic & Gallimore: Students Uprising
Review: “Doctor Frankenstein” at West End Theatre By Anthony J. Piccione, lead reviewer, OuterStage It’s widely known that the story told in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, which has stood the test of time like few other stories has, is nothing more than a horror fantasy that is merely the stuff of nightmare. However, what if it […]Read More Is there a Doctor in the House?