ORPHANS at The Bridge Theatre By David Greene

ORPHANS at The Bridge Theater

Richard III @ The Gallery Players Review by Frederick R. Stal

Featured photo: William Baldwin Young*, Nancy Rich, Katherine Puma*, Matthew Whitfield, RJ Foster* (photo by Bella Muccari) The intimate venue Gallery Players proved to be the perfect forum for the classic Richard III, written by William Shakespeare. It was indeed reminiscent of what it may have been like during its first inception and earlier adaptations. […]

American Psycho – The Musical A review by Fred Stal

Now @ The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre 236 West 45th Street, New York, New York A bloodbath musical, who would have thought it? While I did expect more blood and murder, like in the original Bret Easton Ellis book that this production is based on, American Psycho – The Musical, directed by Rupert Goold, did stay […]

Exile Is My Home @Theater for the New City A review by Frederick R. Stal

From the get-go, the new play “Exile is my Home” written by Domnica Radlescu, and directed by Andreas Robertz, captivated the intimate crowd at the Theater for the New City. This play tells the story of Mina (Noemi de la Puente) and Lina (Nikaury Rodriguez). They are a refugee couple from the Balkans that travel […]

Playwright Giving Away Entire Comic Book Collection for “Who Mourns for Bob the Goon?”

A new indiegogo campaign has a playwright giving away his entire comic book collection. To raise money for the new play, Who Mourns for Bob the Goon? playwright Joshua Young has given up years worth of comic collecting in order to fund this high-priced endeavor. Along with Lucia Bellini (the Director) Joshua has created this […]

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest @ The Gallery Players a review by Frederick R. Stal

Randall Patrick McMurphy is a rebel with a good heart who manages to sway his fellow inmates and audience alike. As the lead role (Joseph Cassese) in the legendary “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” which was released onscreen over 40 years ago, he still captivates us, makes us think, and of course laugh as […]

Three Sisters (Anton Chekhov) Theatre review By Joshua Young

Brooklyn Rep’s production of Three Sisters at the Fourth Street Theatre is a very ambitious interpretation, and it deserves a great deal of credit for its aspiration. The driving momentum behind this production was to create a multiracial version of the Russian masterpiece. Elisabeth Ng, Brooklyn Rep’s Creative Director (also Olga in the show) should […]

In Quietness theatre review By Joshua Young

In Quietness delivers on the promise of its title, its a quiet, reflective, and sober piece of theater. It’s a play where the individual ingredients involved in the recipe (the acting, writing, and directing) are all on the spectrum of solid to nearly perfect. Interesting the play’s greatest shortcoming is that it falls shy of […]

It Runs In The Family @The Gallery Players- A review By Joshua Young

The Gallery Players Production of It Runs In The Family is a delight. It’s such a rare and unexpected treat to attend a piece of theater that takes care of its audience so wholly as this production. The subtle and disarming little details wash over the audience even before the play begins as tinsel is […]

Hamilton: Broadway’s Revolutionary New Musical Theatre Review by Michael Martinez

After experiencing Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first Broadway musical “In The Heights”, I left the theater feeling I had just witnessed a small miracle. The young composer & lyricist created a successful musical filled with salsa, merengue, rap and Latin-pop. The musical was held together by a book that told a story of Latin Americans in Washington […]

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