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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February 7, 2019

Playwright and bestselling novelist, Lenore Skomal, is busy in preparation for the upcoming debut of her new Off-Broadway play, The Exes. On the surface it seems like she has enough time on her hands before the opening, with final auditions still a couple of weeks away...

December 28, 2018

One of the first of the new year’s festival season plays opens right away at the Hudson Guild Theater January 2nd as part of the New York Theatre Festival’s 2019 Winterfest competition. The play is ABOMINABLE FANCY by Stephen Bracco, directed by Heather Lanza. As with...

October 15, 2018

Ally Sass is a young playwright and actor who set a goal to someday be in the FringeNYC and this year accomplished her goal with her new play, Late Night at The Serpent*. For the playwright, writer, actor, and current MFA student at Boston University, it's a great firs...

October 12, 2018

Robin Rothman Taylor as Trudy Carmichael is just full of humor, light and energy. The solo improv performer, singer, actor, and creator of Trudy Carmichael Presents: The Improvised One-Woman Herstory, opening at the returning FringeNYC has the kind of show that typical...

October 12, 2018

Barbara Garshman says people open up to her. As a first time playwright, she has created a new play that is based on the true stories of Veterans coming home and the challenges they faced. Remarkably, her first go around at the theatre festival circuit led to an accept...

October 11, 2018

Van Fisher is a long time fixture in the New York Theatre Festival circuit. As the Artistic Director of The Riant Theater's Strawberry One-Act Festival, as well as a long time producer, his festival has proven to be one of the longest-running, and most reputable i...

September 7, 2018

Who doesn’t love dragons? Especially one with a deep, friendly, yet powerful voice that can be heard down the hall at a crowded rehearsal studio in the middle of midtown.

Just from the sound of the dragon’s voice (Charles Turner), you know you're in for something new w...

September 6, 2018

Sixteen, a new play at the Dream Up Festival, is a powerful profile of juveniles at a point in their life where bad decisions are only a small part of their plight, as the system itself may determine where they end up. For the playwright, Hamza Zaman, the play represen...

July 18, 2018

Why would someone as famous and successful as an Anthony Bourdain or Robbin Williams, or Kate Spade choose suicide at the peak of their success? If recent events in the news hasn’t started that dialogue yet, look to the new Broadway Bound Theatre Festival featured prod...

July 16, 2018

Getting older is not what people think. If you are familiar with AARP, for instance, the myth that retired folks sit around knitting by the window, or just passing the days having breakfast at McDonald’s is something that organizations like AARP have vigorously fought...

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