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December 6, 2018

The Chain Theatre - now based in midtown Manhattan near Times Square - announced that it is seeking playwrights from underrepresented communities for 2019.

The goal of the lab is to support diverse and underrepresented voices in the American Theatre. "The Chain has offe...

September 8, 2018

The first time I met Playwright, Heather Jeanne Violanti, she was performing at a Heights Players production in Brooklyn. Sometimes, we forget that playwrights are actors, actors are directors, and generally theatre folks have many related skills. For this young lady,...

June 19, 2018

Two years ago, when novelist and playwright Lenore Skomal and her husband Rick Sayers, a retired newspaper editor from Connecticut, mentioned to me that they wanted to start their own theatre festival, I instantly had the sense that not only would they accomplish it, b...

January 27, 2018

If you’ve ever done local theatre in any of the outskirts of New York City, especially in those little corners of Long Island, you will know that not only is theatre abundant and vibrant, but that the faces are familiar...and friendly.

Maria Capp and her family are no...

November 20, 2017

BASEMENT, a new play by Robert Rosenbaum, is a scary and uncomfortable look at what can happen if suddenly we find ourselves in a state of war, but this time, the war came to us.

Set in Brooklyn, the story is about a father and daughter who are retreating to an air-rai...

September 29, 2017

Ashley Griffin is the first person in history ever to be nominated for a major award for both playing and directing HAMLET. Think about that for a moment.

Known as the creator of the pop culture phenomenon FOREVER DEADWARD (New World Stages.) She has performed extensiv...

September 28, 2017

When 23 year old performer Walker Vreeland took a job as a lead singer for Norwegian Cruise Lines in 2003, he could never have imagined the voyage that lay ahead. Boarding the Bermuda-bound ship would precipitate a mental breakdown so severe, he would wind up months la...

August 18, 2017

Back in April of 2017 at Wild Project in the East Village, a revival of James McLure’s Lone Star, by NINE Theatricals, took the stage in New York City for only the second time since it’s Broadway debut in 1979. The production was met with tremendous feedback and glowin...

August 14, 2017

Chuck Muckle has been an actor for 40 years.

He has also collaborated in earlier plays, but is debuting his newest work, a solo playwriting work, RUNNING FOR MY LIFE, at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival this Friday, August 18, 2017.

Last year, he directed both In Love...

June 26, 2017

Res·to·ra·tion com·e·dy (noun) ~ a style of drama that flourished in London after the Restoration in 1660, typically having a complicated plot marked by wit, cynicism, and licentiousness. (And just in case you need a definition for "Licentiousness," it means promiscuou...

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