I’ve been instructed to enter GALA Hispanic Theatre from the roof of a neighboring grocery store. I’m on my way to a tech rehearsal for Landless Theatre Company’s world premiere of Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein, and the front door of the theater will be locked. I climb the stairs of Giant’s parking garage, and am loafing […]
Archives for June 12, 2013
“Good Christ, we need new forms, new passions, new work, new ideas,” Con rails in Stupid Fucking Bird. “New forms of theater that can actually make you feel like living better or fuller or…more!” Well. For the past five years, no one has done more to promote new forms, new passions and new ideas in […]
June 11, 2013 — As is the custom, two days after the Tony Awards, Actors’ Equity Association gathers together its Council for a meeting in which policy is discussed. The “opening acts” of the session, held each June in the Council Room at Equity’s New York offices, are the presentations of The Clarence Derwent Awards […]
Sophistication, wit and a vivid leading female character are front and center in S.N. Behrman’s Biography. Thank you, American Century Theater for finding this forgotten gem. If you like your theatre smart and your characters fascinating, Biography is absolutely worth a look. This is high style, handsomely done.
The Twelve Days of Christmas, Renee Calarco’s new play based on the world’s longest Christmas song, will highlight Adventure Theatre MTC’s 2013-2014 season. It will feature Deidra LaWan Starnes as a partridge who needs to put the Christmas season together despite warring turtledoves, missing golden rings, and geese who have defected to Florida. Forum Theatre’s […]