Life In The Rye at Theater For The New City Dazzles.

November 15, 2019

Ruya Koman Returns to Theatre For Her New Play About Anne Sexton.

November 13, 2019

DCT (Douglaston Community Theatre) Hits a 70-Year Milestone.

November 4, 2019

I COULD HAVE BEEN CHITA MORENO!

October 31, 2019

The Journey Beyond Theatre Festivals: Stephen Bracco

September 25, 2019

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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...

September 20, 2019

Artist/Playwright Marylou DiPietro will perform her original solo play In Love with Cancer at the prestigious United Solo Theatre Festival next month.

In this sometimes bizarre, often uproariously funny and heart-wrenching story, a woman’s worst fear becomes reality. Wh...

July 9, 2019

It's late June and Dan Manjovi is working rewrites of his new play, PICKED UP, debuting at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival on August 14th. The story of two men meeting randomly in a gay bar and realizing they possibly have a history that connects them emerges...

May 10, 2019

After many months of soliciting submissions, reading hundreds of plays, conducting interviews, and planning a big move to one of the most recognizable Off-Broadway venues in New York City’s Theatre District, Theatre Row on 42nd Street,  Broadway Bound Theatre Festival...

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...

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,...

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...

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