A passionately and brilliantly acted short bio-play about the controversial radical thinker and writer, Zora Neale Hurston.Read More
Month: October 2016
Sitting in Cafe Carlyle, eating well, and sipping a drink is a quintessential New York experience from another era. Laughing with Ana Gasteyer and listening to her sing is — let’s do the time warp again — a modern pleasure. Putting those two together makes for a marvelous night in any year.Read More
Look! Up on the Manhattan Theatre Club stage! It’s a love story! No, it’s a comedy! No, it’s a rap musical! No, It’s a live graphic novel! NO! It’s the New York premiere of “Vietgone” by playwright Qui Nguyen. Part playful, part dead serious, Qui Nguyen, born in America to two Vietnamese refugee parents, takes dead aim at both Baby Boomers and Millennials alike in his innovative new work and hits both targets.Read More
A riveting examination of how a misguided, overbearing, and needy mother smothers her youngest son, who happens to be presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. “She never believed her son was a monster–but was she the cause?”Read More
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