Friday , June 5 2020

Carole Di Tosti

Carole Di Tosti, Ph.D. is a published writer, playwright, novelist, poet. She owns and manages three blogs: The Fat and the Skinny, All Along the NYC Skyline, A Christian Apologists' Sonnets. She contributed articles to Technorati (310) on various trending topics. To Blogcritics she contributed 583 reviews, interviews on films and theater predominately, but also reviewed exhibits and wine events. She guest writes for Theater Pizzazz and has contributed to T2Chronicles, NY Theatre Wire. She covers NYC trending events and writes articles promoting advocacy. She professionally free-lanced for TMR and VERVE for 1 1/2 years. She was a former English Instructor. Her published dissertation is referenced in three books, two by Margo Ely. Her unpublished novel (Peregrine: The Ceremony of Powers) is copyrighted in the Library of Congress as is her two act play, Edgar.

Theater Review (NYC): ‘A Regular Little Houdini’ by Daniel Llewelyn-Williams

Daniel Llewelyn-Williams, 59E59 Theaters, A Regular Little Houdini

This impactful one-man show presents a fascinating tale about the great magician and escape artist and the romanticism found deep in the hearts of the people of South Wales. It sensitizes us to the history and lives of the individuals of that time.

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ at the Irish Repertory Theatre

It's a Wonderful Life, Irish Repertory Theatre, Dewey Caddell, Orlagh Cassidy, Aaron Gaines, Ian Holcomb

Watching and hearing this "live radio play" adaptation, we process a confluence of the past (1940s) and present (2017). The two run simultaneously, a visual and aural parallel which adds to the fun. I felt strangely part of an absurdist time warp as observer and participant.

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The House on Poe Street’ by Fengar Gael

The House on Poe Street, Fengar Gael, Katie McHigh, Olivia Nice, Eliza Shea, Yonder Window Theatre Company

Full of whimsical humor and partly a modern love story, 'The House on Poe Street' teases the audience by suggesting mysterious undertones. Is the titular house the structure where Edgar Allen Poe wrote 'The Raven'? And do spirits haunt the Gothic setting?

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