Author: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Kristen Chenoweth “For The Girls”

Kristen Chenoweth knows she is very blessed and thanks James Nederlander for allowing her to use his venue. For a limited 8 performances she will be singing and acting out some of her favorite girl songs. It is as if she has hit menopause – putting men on a pause. At the same time loving men but admitting she hasn’t found hers yet. It is a very emotional night and each one promises to be different and laden with many surprises. Read Full review here Kristen Chenoweth knows she is very blessed… For a limited 8 performances she will be singing and acting out some of her favorite girl songs. It is a very emotional night and each one promises to be different and laden with many surprises. Through November 17.

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Karine Hannah: Guilty Pleasures

Karine Hannah is an acclaimed singer, recording artist with top 10 Billboard Chart hits and is often mistaken for Barbara Streisand (from the 70’s). She spoke to us about her upcoming performance November 1 at Feinstein’s /54 Below “Guilty Pleasures.” Hard one to track down, but you can always count on her to be warm and engaging.

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Imagining Madoff

“How many Jews does it take to change a lightbulb?” Bernard Madoff (Jeremiah Kissel) is obsessing over the punchline he can’t remember it as Imagining Madoffbegins. “How many lesbians does it take to screw in a lightbulb? One!” but he cannot remember the punchline to how many Jews it takes. Immediately Madoff pushes all your buttons. We cannot even talk in micro aggressions, this is macro. Madoff is in your face taunting and no one will leave feeling the least empathetic for him.

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Is This A Room

What does it mean to love your country? What does a patriot look like? Come witness an hour of the life of Reality Winner and decide for yourself. Spend time thinking about information and put a heart and brain to it through an artistic lense as only live theater can allow. You will try to google her name only to find scarce coverage. Is This A Room was a limited run at the Kitchen extended by The Vineyard only for a couple of weeks into November. No set. Four actors. Two pets. A dynamic complicated female with overwhelming male physicality closing in.

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