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 […]

“HEADS” …a review by Michael Martinez

The recent production of “Heads” by acclaimed playwright E.M. Lewis recently closed at Theater For The New City after a two week run. The drama which depicts the plight of four hostages held in an Iranian prison was first produced in 2007 and made it’s New York City debut with this production. The plot of […]

An Evening with Actress / Singer CARMAN NAPIER LITTLE FISH, BIG APPLE

Stage 72 at The Triad in NYC with Special Guest Stage & Screen Star: Anita Gillette Monday, February 23 @ 9:00 pm Actress & singer Carman Napier will make her New York City solo show debut in Little Fish, Big Apple. Carman first appeared in New York in Songs For A New World and […]

The Symptoms Debut at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City – A review by Robert Greeley

The Symptoms played their first ever live performance last night (11/20/14) at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City. The group comprised of Tony Diodore (violin), Laurie Anderson (violin, keyboards, voice) and John Colpitts aka Kid Millions (drums) played an hour long improvised set. The spirit of Art D’Lugoff was alive and well in this […]

Negative Is Positive at Theatre For The New City Theatre Review by Alex Montaldo

I usually don’t judge a show by it’s opening night, especially when one of the actors has quit two days before. So I went to see ‘Negative is Positive’ ready to witness an understandably flawed production. Boy oh boy, was I wrong! This play is wonderfully written and flows in such a way that you […]

Once/Twice: The Musical at Roy Arias Stage IV A Theatre Review by Robert Greeley

The revival of Once/Twice, two musical adaptations by Paul Dick (A For Adultery, Madame Bovary), offers audiences the opportunity to see the work of a veteran composer and lyricist presented by a fine cast & director. Paul Dick is renowned for his musical adaptations from classic literary sources. Once is an adaptation of the short […]

Roundabout Theatre Company’s – Violet: A review By Viktoria I.V. King

Roundabout Theatre Company’s Violet at The American Airlines Theatre  A review By Viktoria I.V. King Violet  is a marvelously crafted piece of work that tantalizes your emotions, lifts you up with joy and leaves a mark upon you as you depart the theater. Violet tells the story of a young woman’s quest for beauty amidst  the image-obsessed landscape […]

NYC at Roy Arias Stage IV May 16 through June 1 “ONCE / TWICE” by Composer / Lyricist Paul Dick

  PASSAJJ Productions Presents ONCE / TWICE  Two Musical Adaptations by Composer / Lyricist  Paul Dick  Directed by Celine Rosenthal May 16, 2014 through June 1, 2014                                             at Roy Arias Stage IV   […]

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