A fine meal from a Fistful of Cake

Review by Wrda Hussain Larry Phillips’ production of Fistful of Cake, Pocketful of Miracles captured the essence of the lifestyle of a gay male divorcee, Nathan (Chad M. Ryan), as he ventures into the modern gay dating world with the help of his colleague Evan (Derek Long). This production delivers a great deal of comedic […]

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“Black” Art

Written by: Danielle Boss Performance Review: Michael is Black by Michael Hagins Presented by Cupcake Lady Productions and directed by Laura Mae Baker, Michael is Black makes its world premiere at the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity. Playing at the La Tea theatre, Michael is Black is a beautiful new play and a must see. Written by […]

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We Caught Ryan Dancho … Dreaming.

CAUGHT DREAMING: A FEATURED EVENT AT THE 2017 NYSUMMERFEST “Loneliness is its own kind of madness,” quotes playwright Ryan Dancho. When Brady’s shrink recommends he join group therapy to aid in a diagnosis of depression that just won’t quit, he’s thrown into the lives of social misfits and mental defectives who meet just as often […]

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“Buffalo” hits new Heights

Review by Edmond Malin Planet Connections Theatre Festivity continues to present plays that raise awareness about global issues. Tongue In Cheek Theater Productions presents “Buffalo Heights”, written by Adam Harrell, directed by TIC’s Producing Artistic Director, Jake Lipman. The production is in support of Trinity Place Shelter, a homeless shelter for LGBTQ youth. Have you […]

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Worth the “…waiting”

Review by Edmond Malin Planet Connections Theatre Festivity continues to present plays that raise awareness about global issues. I caught the final, comic, moving performance of “…waiting” by Mark Levy, directed by Kristen Keim. This production is in support of The Samaritans of New York, a suicide prevention organization. As the story opens, Mark Levy is […]

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