Zoom's True Place in Theatre.

July 3, 2020

What to Expect From NYC Theatre and Theatre Festivals.

March 19, 2020

Breaking: Broadway Theatres To Suspend Performances Through April 12, 2020

March 12, 2020

Who Goes To Broadway? 2018/19 Season Demographics By The Broadway League Offer A Glimpse.

January 13, 2020

The Producer of The Producers Trains New Producers.

December 30, 2019

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July 3, 2020

By now, we all know what Zoom is. If you don’t, you’ve taken your isolation to a new extreme.

We also know that Zoom has become synonymous with theatre of late. We all know why. For most of us it has been baptism by fire; one day we are going to the theater, the next we...

March 19, 2020

In a scenario that is right out of a strange Sci-fy picture, the entire country is headed into lockdown and all theatre is dark. For how long? We don't know.

Last Wednesday, when things started getting sketchy, and it was apparent that we were being forced into an emerg...

February 15, 2020

Gay and Christian. If that doesn't seem difficult enough, set the story - based on the real life story of playwright Ty Autry, deep in the South, where something as challenging as coming out is magnified several times over by cultural norms.

For this first-time playwri...

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...

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...

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...

November 14, 2018

Don't Tell Mama, for 30 years a fixture at the world famous Restaurant Row in Manhattan's Theatre District, recently announced that Comedy is returning to the venue. The comedy line up, coming November 23rd, will open at 9:30pm with Ross Flores (N. Carolina Comedy Fest...

March 20, 2018

Albert Insinnia sounds nervous. It’s almost 4 weeks before the opening of the followup to his highly successful first “Pieces of a Playwright” short play compilation, this one is aptly called “Pieces of a Playwright II: The Plays of Nick DeSimone” and he has only a few...

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