Author: Stanford Friedman

Bayside! The Musical!

Unlike the educationally challenged students of Bayside High, the cast and creative team behind this production, now entering its third year of off and on performances, are a group of dedicated over-achievers.

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Smoke

Smoke is a difficult play on many levels. The characters are gripping, but not at all likable. There is humor, at times, but it’s the kind that leads to uncomfortable laughter. And the storyline subverts audience expectation at nearly every turn.

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Confessions of Old Lady #2

FringeNYC turned 18 this year, a mere child compared to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe which has been around since 1947. But this year’s efforts on the Lower East Side seem quite mature nonetheless, with new features like...

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Interior: Panic

The works of Tennessee Williams can be sorted into three distinct categories: A) The great plays, B) the awful plays, and C) the obscure plays, several of which were merely fragmented interludes that would later be transformed...

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