Will Work For is a fearless, farcical wake0up call. It’s a rollercoaster ride through the dangers of today’s job market: dodging booby-trapped interviews, facing demons of employment past, and holding tight to a dream, while surviving the economic crash, told through storytelling, satire, a United-Nations’-gaggle of 21 characters and a clown!
Archives for June 25, 2014
The mission of the Mint Theatre, operating out of a tiny black box theatre on West 43rd Street in an office building, is to unearth, to present and preserve forgotten plays of merit. In notes presented in the program, it is claimed that the programming of the theatre’s producing artistic director Jonathan Banks is arranged […]
“Full of sound and fury, signifying [a crazy night of theater]”. That’s the quick summary of Taffety Punk Theatre Company’s world premiere of Enter Ophelia, distracted, Kimberly Gilbert’s kaleidoscopic fusion of modern dance, fractured Shakespearean prose, and jagged soundscapes. It’s hard to describe the experience of stepping inside the mind of Hamlet’s Ophelia as she […]
It was back in 2009 when the Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences teamed with Shakespeare Theatre Company to present a staged reading of Inherit the Wind, as a way to showcase science in theater. For those unfamiliar with the play, it tells the fictionalized account of the 1925 Scopes “Monkey” Trial, which […]
See/Saw Theatre Co presents What Would Tina and Amy Do? by Larissa Kruesi and Mikaela Saccoccio – a new play about friendship, love, and getting stuff done.
So many of the great musicals of the 1940s, 50s and 60s have remained in the standard repertoire, being revived again and again and recorded over and over that you could be forgiven for thinking they constitute the greats of that great age. However, there were others, that for one reason or another, have not […]