Life In The Rye at Theater For The New City Dazzles.

November 15, 2019

Ruya Koman Returns to Theatre For Her New Play About Anne Sexton.

November 13, 2019

DCT (Douglaston Community Theatre) Hits a 70-Year Milestone.

November 4, 2019

I COULD HAVE BEEN CHITA MORENO!

October 31, 2019

The Journey Beyond Theatre Festivals: Stephen Bracco

September 25, 2019

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November 15, 2019

Joseph John Battista never ceases to amaze. His directorial work over the years - sometimes on subpar scripts - often results in strong entertaining productions that can take plays to an entirely new level with the use of multi-media elements, creative blocking and a s...

November 13, 2019

Ruya Koman is quite the versatile entertainer. I first met her at a theatre festival a few years back when the play she was producing and starring in, Second Seat by S. Karlan, won best play.

For Ms. Koman, it's about working and creating, I found out.  When she moved...

Survival is no easy task for many theatre companies.  With hundreds of companies in an endless cycle of opening and closing shop, one community theatre company in particular can lay claim to a very notable milestone: "The oldest existing theatre group in Queens."...

October 31, 2019

I COULD HAVE BEEN CHITA MORENO!, a personal evening of music, comes to The Duplex in Greenwich Village for two Monday performances beginning this Monday, November 4. The limited engagement is written & performed by Leo I Rodriguez and recounts his life as an adoptee; t...

October 12, 2019

Gil Marsalla and Directo Productions are bringing French music to New York City's Town Hall this coming October 17th and you'll have just one chance to catch before it moves on.

PARIS: The Show! is a spectacular evening of vibrant French music in a tribute to the fabul...

October 8, 2019

Fedly Daniel and Tamara Sevunts | Photo: Robert Morton Photography

“In French, ‘ouf’ means great.  But the word Ouf was created from the inversion of the letters of the word ‘fou’ which means crazy,” So says French playwright and theatrical director, Sylvaine Hinglais ,...

October 2, 2019

Playwright Lenore Skomal and director Magda S. Nyiri on the set of The Exes.

Lenore Skomal is a writer turned producer. Not an easy task for any playwright, and certainly not for Ms. Skomal and her husband Rick Sayers, the husband and wife team behind the hugely success...

October 2, 2019

Joseph Krawczyk’s new play, The Treatment, now playing at IATI is unlike any other play I’ve personally seen from this award-winning playwright. If anything, it is a testament to his ability to try new genres, and attempt a fresh approach to his writing.

His Off-Broadw...

September 25, 2019

(The original cast of Simius, l.-r.: Patrick Horn, Elyse Knight*, Peter McCabe*, Nancy Kimball, Stephen Bracco, Alyssa Simon*, Noel MacDuffie (Director) *Member of Actors' Equity Association)

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September 22, 2019

As the Summer theatre festival season comes to a close, quite a few productions begin to find their way beyond the frenzy of the festival production process.

For some, a theatre festival is an opportunity to see their written work on the stage for the first time. It's...

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