Author: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Enter Laughing

The play original billed in 1930 as the antidote for today’s depression can easily be said to do the same in today’s polarized political atmosphere. Laughter is always a good remedy for both sides of the aisle. Stuart Ross has dusted off this play and has made it relevant. Follow David Kolowitz as he navigates his overbearing family, boss, girls in his life to do as his mother says – what he loves.

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And the Nominee is……

This season The Front Row Center was invited to the Tony Nominations Announcements. Out intrepid critics Holli Harms and Elizabeth Ann Foster ( ) got up way too early to be at Lincoln Center by 7:30. Here is the report!

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The Bigot

The play’s writers were discriminated against and draw on their personal experiences for the seed of this play. As they say in the playwright’s notes “Bigotry was no stranger in our lives, but as you can see in our play, we never lost hope…”

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