Terrence McNally’s And Away We Go, is his love letter to the theater that’s shaped him. Like a lover of long standing, he warms to her foibles and rants, lays bare her intimate secrets, celebrates her exuberant lust to be...Read More
Author: Kathleen Campion
The venues say it all. After picking up tickets at the box office inside Madame Tussaud’s on West 42nd street, ticketholders are told to gather outside Chevys, a high-volume, Mexican fast food franchise at Ninth and 42nd, to...Read More
Climbing four flights of stairs to get to the Access Theatre [sic!] sets the expectation bar rather high for The Weiner Monologues presented by The Factory on a short run in Tribeca. That said, the rich material of Anthony...Read More
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