The Art Of Acting: A Master Class With Fozzie Bear By Larry Phillips Planet Connections Theatre The Clemente, The Latea 107 Suffolk St, New York, NY 10002 Saturday 7/21 @1:45 pm-2:45 pm Friday 7/27 @10pm-11pm Wednesday 8/1 @7:45pm-8:45pm Alexa Garcia The legend returns to spread his wisdom! Come down and accept the invitation to attend […]Read More Waka-Waka
STARS OUT OF BALANCE Written By: Lynda Crawford Directed By: Terry Greiss Theater: LATEA Theater @ The Clemente Address: 107 Suffolk Street – New York, NY Dates of Show: Wed 8/1 @ 3:00pm Review by: Nusrat Ria Hossain “Stars Out of Balance” is a stage reading of a family of acrobats who fight to keep […]Read More a war parable told by people with nothing beneath their feet
Temptation and Other Sins written by: Lyle Kessler directed by: Shira-Lee Shalit Theater: Latea Theater / The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, 107 Suffolk St, New York, NY 10002 Review by: Nusrat Hossain Ria Temptation and Other Sins was a staged reading, but quickly the script seemed to disappear thanks to committed and powerful performances by a thoroughly enjoyable […]Read More Hilarious, Brilliant, and other Sins
We are thrilled to get a chance to speak with director, Laurie Rae Waugh on her latest endeavor. A stage play by adventure novelist, Irving Greenfield. Laurie is an accomplished stage and film director and performer and is a theatrical journeyman having begun her career distributing Michael Bennett. Tell us about yourself as an […]Read More Laurie, in the Director’s Chair
Chris Castellano reviews I managed to catch the closing performance of “SCOWL: Fight for your Rights!” on a stormy July 21st at 7pm, at The Brick Theater in Brooklyn. I came into the performance having an idea of what I was going to see, but I was absolutely blown away by the spectacle that I […]Read More SCOWL!
The Head Hunter By Mark Borkowski Planet Connections Theatre The Clemente, The Flamboyán 107 Suffolk St, New York, NY 10002 Review by Alexa Garcia A screenwriter and his mobster cousin are forced to deal with the mess that tore their family apart. Casmir, a screenwriter, has signed a contract giving up his exclusive rights […]Read More My Cousin, Sal
WYSIWYG Written by:April Alsup & Evan Duggan Planet Connections Theater Festivities Theaters at the Clemente 107 Suffolk Street July 28,2018 Review by:Veronica Romero WYSIWYG concerns a trans-individual who goes by April and all she wants is for people to accept her choice of being a woman and not seeing it as something weird. April […]Read More Way-Out and Well-Done WYSIWYG