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October 10, 2017

Imagine this: A powerful self-made man with more money than he can ever spend, with a warped, one-track ego the size of New Jersey, an intellect perhaps not as big, and a super sexy "dumb bimbo," trophy-girl on his arm. Now, imagine that they’re headed to Washington, D...

September 6, 2017

With the Dream Up Festival at Theater For The New City in full swing, one of the more anticipated productions this season has been “Finishing The Suit,” by Canadian playwright Lawrence Aranovitch.

The 75 minute, one-act play which received rave reviews in Canada earlier...

August 19, 2017

At a relatively young age, David Scala has proven that he can write. The NYU Tisch School of the Arts grad now has 4 films under his belt, about 50 film festivals, and various awards to his name. He is an award winning filmmaker, director, screenwriter, and author/dire...

August 11, 2017

Juan Ramirez has been heard to say that he is a playwright and not really an actor. His new play, “The American Dream,” is part of the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival, now playing at The Theater at the 14th St. Y.  Yet in this festival production, Ramirez decided to pl...

In what amounts to a fascinating approach to how a playwright deals with his own life experiences, Rick Charles Mueller, the Brooklyn based playwright, author, and activist, introduced his new work in progress to the Midtown International Theatre Festival last night fo...

"Lili Marlene" is a German poem that was made into a popular World War II song cherished by both the Axis and the Allies for its “husky, nostalgic, and sensous” feel. Later taken up by the Germans as a sort of propaganda tune that closed radio broadcasts each night dur...

Cody Buser’s “Let’s Dig Up Dad,” having closed it’s three performance run at the Hudson Guild’s Summerfest Theatre Festival is a cleverly written play with a great potential for not only comedy, but on a deeper level, family, parenting, and even the challenge of being...

If you go to see musicals because you happen to love great music, then it really doesn’t matter where you see it, even if it’s at a theatre festival, in a mostly low-budget, blackbox production. That is, of course, ONLY if the music is that good. And I can promise you...

Rick Charles Mueller is a playwright with a social conscience and it shows in all his recent plays.  For the past three years, I have seen his stage work mostly at the Thespis and Venus Adonis Theatre Festivals, which are now called the Winterfest and Summer Fest but r...

November 17, 2016

The Bridge Production Group’s Richard III by William Shakespeare, now playing at The Fourth Street Theatre on the Lower Eastside through November 27th is an eye-catching, attention-holding production that offers some highly creative and entertaining twists to this clas...

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