THE SONG OF BERNADETTE JONES Written by Maura Campbell Review by Amanda Kavaja The 2018 Fresh Fruit Festival 16th Season The Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street Sometimes trying to find yourself, comes with a cost… An Alaskan girl named Carolyn, was no ordinary teenager. Sure, she loved the snow and had fun building […]Read More Alaskan Sun
Dead Brains by Erik Champney Presented by Jim Kierstead & Erik Champney Directed by Adam Chisnall Benefiting Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network at Planet Connections Festivity Review by Mia Moreta Warning: Contains explicit violence and strong sexual content. Audience discretion is advised. The Planet Connections Theater Festivity TICKETS Teatro LATEA @ The Clemente Thursday 7/12 […]Read More Head Games
Half Me Half You Written by Liane Grant Review by Amanda Kavaja The 2018 Fresh Fruit Festival 16th Season The Wild Project – 195 East 3rd Street – July 11 @ 6 pm; July 12 @ 8 pm; July 14@ 2pm Astonishing. Amazing. Spectacular. For a lesbian couple, their main priority was to […]Read More For the Children
Chicago Meets Motown Broadway’s Town Hall, June 28, 2018 Reviewed by Robert Viagas Fans of 1960s and ’70s rock and soul got a tasty black-and-white cookie of a concert June 28, when top-shelf tribute bands Beginnings and That Motown Band tore up New York’s Town Hall Theatre with faithful recreations of hits by, respectively, rock […]Read More Hot Time in the old Town Hall
All My Love, Kate by Joe Breen performs 7/10 @ 8 pm, 7/14 @ 8:30 pm, and 7/15 @ 3 pm. This is a world premiere on the 2018 Fresh Fruit Festival MainStage, The Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street. For years, Jack and Danny have lived quietly and privately, keeping their life together separate from the world outside […]Read More Secret Wars amid the public one: All My Love, Kate at Fresh Fruit Fest
The 16th Season of the Fresh Fruit Festival promises to be a great one and already began at the top of the year! Powerful nights of staged readings, discussions, and poetry events have been added to All-Out Arts’ Festival of works celebrating the diversity of the LGBTQ Community through live performance. All tickets $18 unless […]Read More Fresh Fruit is … Where You Eat.
Prophesy by Karl Hinze, running 7/9 @ 8pm, 7/13 @ 6:30 pm, 7/15 @ 7 pm is another world premiere brought to you by the Fresh Fruit Festival at The Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street Mark, Finn, and Joe are juniors at Holy Apostle High, where religion class is not quite as interesting as their various crushes […]Read More LORD! What a fascinating play by Karl Hinze