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There is a connection that happens between great performers and their audiences that is often hard to describe. You can’t actually visualize it. It’s a feeling, a vibration of sorts, that occurs when great theatre happens. If you have the audience in the palm of your h...

A WHITE MAN’S GUIDE TO RIKERS ISLAND is basically a one-man show with two men, the younger version (played by newcomer Connor Chase Stewart in his Off-Off Broadway debut), and the present version by the real-life subject of the story, and co-writer, Richard L. Roy, als...

December 9, 2018

Fine performances, accentuated by strong direction and beautiful, minimalist set design come together to create a clean and memorable production of Steven Dietz’s THE NINA VARIATIONS at the newly opened Chain Theatre on Manhattan’s West 36th Street.

The production is ru...

February 18, 2018

Phil Paradis writes in a mostly nostalgic way, bringing characters to life in different settings and situations that are as far apart from each other as can possibly be expected, but still retain a small town feel that is refreshing. 

In his first play of this three-pla...

February 13, 2018

Pizza and Whine is more than a festival play. It’s actually a family affair. And a beautiful one at that.

As part of the Winterfest at The Hudson Guild Theatre in New York, it’s the story of a young group of women who gather on the evening of their grandmother’s funeral...

January 25, 2018

Nostalgia is a beautiful thing, and Nick Albanese has taken his life story and all the nostalgic charm of his family’s history and delivered a highly enjoyable evening of theatre at the historic 13th Street Repertory Theatre. His play is THE LAST SICILIAN, and after se...

January 23, 2018

Mark Sickman’s new musical, Intruder, is a unique type of play, and one that stands out in what’s typically a theatre festival of works in various stages of development. From the simple, but effective sets (take a look at that photo), to the well thought out blocking,...

January 15, 2018

One downside to any theatre festival show is that you are working fast and furious, and often with little or none of the benefits of a fully staged production. “Cold Porridge,” a very funny, new comedy whodunnit by G & E Productions is one of those plays that deserves...

November 9, 2017

Lynn Nottage’s play, RUINED, is one of those scripts that’s so good, and so engaging that you can sit around a table, just reading it cold and you won’t ever forget it. It’s so powerful, in fact, that it won a Pulitzer Prize for the playwright, the second for Ms. Notta...

October 10, 2017

WHISKEY PANTS: THE MAYOR OF WILLIAMSBURG is the kind of musical that you won’t soon forget, or more importantly, you’ll hope you hear more about.

It’s a visually stimulating theatre experience that has so many beautiful elements that your eyes and ears won’t know what...

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