Review: “2071: The World We’ll Leave Our Grandchildren” at the Episcopal Actors Guild By Anthony J. Piccione With the 2020 presidential primaries rapidly approaching, there is also a rapid increase in debate and discussion over various issues dividing various candidates vying to take on Donald Trump, perhaps most crucially of all of them being the […]Read More Look … Up in the Sky … Seriously
The wit of playwright Shirley Beth Newbery coupled with the steady hand of director Laurie Rae Waugh will make even the saddest occasion a joy in AFTER THE WAKE, running Wednesday – Sundays, August 7 – 18 at the Serene Sargent Theatre – part of the American Theatre of Actors complex of arthouses. Wednesday – […]Read More For Brytanie, it’s all brand new; for Ken, just another day at the ranch!
A Therapy Session with Myself is staged in the intimate Kraine Theater. The proscenium stage allows for the audience a clear view of this delightfully poignant struggle with an individual coming to terms with an assigned psychiatric label and the battle to overcome the self-defeating psychological tapes of his inner self. This play is brutally […]Read More Lester Cook editorial: A Therapy Session with Myself
Review: “Mary’s Little Monster” at Torn Page By Anthony J. Piccione Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what would happen if you took early-19th century Victorian culture, some notable individuals from that time period, Commedia-esque sexual humor, site-specific theatre, and electronic music with interpretive dance? Apparently, that seems to be a question that was […]Read More Monstrously Good
Evelyn Levakova dives head first into Dennis Bush’s HEAD FIRST at the Fresh Fruit Festival Head First is about a college student, Kyle, dealing with the aftereffects of a brain injury. Between his frequent seizures and his skyrocketing sex drive, Kyle feels like he is losing control of his life. He eventually finds solace in […]Read More Evelyn Levakova dives head first into Dennis Bush’s HEAD FIRST at the Fresh Fruit Festival
A featured event in Ken Davenport’s inaugural Rave Theater Festival is BACK, a new play written by and featuring Matt Webster with Terra Mackintosh and directed by David Perlow This 90-minute drama will perform on Saturday 8/10 @ 2:15pm; Tuesday 8/13 @ 8:45pm; Friday 8/16 @ 7pm; Sunday 8/18 @ 4pm; Friday 8/23 @ 9:15pm with tickets being available […]Read More David Perlow on stage art
Carrie Edel Isaacman’s theatrical troupe earns its name this fall by presenting a double header: The Tempest in Brooklyn and then, Park to Park, with Two Gentlemen of Verona. Shakespeare Sports celebrates The Bard’s first and the last for its 2019 Classical Season with The Tempest – Shakespeare’s final play – running August 20, 28, […]Read More Carrie Edel Isaacman makes SPORT of Shakespeare