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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Essential Straight & Narrow’ by The Mad Ones

The Mad Ones’ World Premiere of The Essential Straight & Narrow

The innovative troupe's new production pulses with the warm life, twisted and difficult just like real life, that it's so rewarding to see on stage. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Take Me Back’ by Emily Schwend

L to R: Boo Killebrew and James Kautz in Take Me Back by Emily Schwend, directed by Jay Stull at Walkerspace. Photo by Russ Rowland.

Bill is living at home with his diabetic mom. He feels frustrated as employment plans reach a dead end. But where else can he go and what else can he do? His mom needs him and he needs her. However, both are not inclined to admit it. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Liliom’

Gerrard Lobo as Liliom and Morgan DeTogne as Julie in Beautiful Soup's 'Liliom'

The century-old play that inspired 'Carousel' gets a reverent New York revival, the first in decades. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Playing Sinatra’ by Bernard Kops

Kelly Morgan, (Director), Katharine Cullison, Austin Pendleton, Richard McElvain in Playing Sinatra by Bernard Kops

Norman and Sandra Lewis enjoy playing Sinatra records. But the musical metaphor becomes associated with a psychological dynamic that is both funny and tragic. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Wood Bones by William S. Yellow Robe, Jr.

Albert Ybarra

The play tells a rich story of the inhabitants of an old house in South Dakota, who came from many backgrounds—white, African American, Indian American. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Something Wild…’ – Three One-Act Plays by Tennessee Williams

something-wild

Even in his short plays Tennessee Williams could deliver female characters nearly as memorable as the leading ladies of his towering classics. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): neat & tidy by Steven Carl McCasland

A laudable effort from an ambitious young theater company that deserves credit and attention. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): A Midsummer Night’s Dream – A Fairy Queen From Queens in Manhattan

How foolish are these mortals in Manhattan? Read More »

Interview: Director Katherine M. Carter and Author KT Peterson of the New Musical 7:32

The director and author discuss their collaboration on a new dramatic musical about the Ashtabula railroad disaster of 1876. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Endless Summer Nights

The Boomerang Theatre Company's newest play, by Tim Errickson, takes a heartfelt look at the rekindling of a romance. Read More »