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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...

Rob Dames is an interesting person to talk to…If you get the chance (as I luckily did) to chat with him, he can entertain you with stories about his history in theatre, his writing background, and his experiences in writing for television (Benson), Hollywood. Originall...

June 19, 2018

Two years ago, when novelist and playwright Lenore Skomal and her husband Rick Sayers, a retired newspaper editor from Connecticut, mentioned to me that they wanted to start their own theatre festival, I instantly had the sense that not only would they accomplish it, b...

The New York Music Festival (NYMF) returns this Summer for its 15th season (July 9-Aug. 5.), having recently announced its full line up of productions and readings.  The Festival is the premier musical theater event and the preeminent event for launching new musicals a...

November 21, 2017

Emily Dinova writes plays and Gregory Cioffi directs them. The first time I met the young duo, Emily was debuting a play called CAPTURE, about a woman who faces her younger, abused self. I couldn't really see the play, or what they were describing, in my head until I s...

September 28, 2017

When 23 year old performer Walker Vreeland took a job as a lead singer for Norwegian Cruise Lines in 2003, he could never have imagined the voyage that lay ahead. Boarding the Bermuda-bound ship would precipitate a mental breakdown so severe, he would wind up months la...

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...

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