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How Neil Diamond Inspired a New Musical Comedy
By LINDA BUCHWALD
Monday, November 12, 2018  •   Musicals  •    0 comments Share This
Mon Nov 12, 2018  •   Musicals  •    0 comments Share This
The BFFs behind The Other Josh Cohen chat about their revamped show --- Longtime pals Steve Rosen and David Rossmer have two rules when collaborating: 1. No jerks allowed; 2. The best idea always wins. That seems to be working for them because their musical comedy The Other Josh Cohen, which they wrote and star in, is back for its third NYC run at...
One of America's Most Popular Playwrights Finally Gets a NYC Premiere
By DIANE SNYDER
Friday, November 09, 2018  •   Playwriting  •    0 comments Share This
Fri Nov 9, 2018  •   Playwriting  •    0 comments Share This
Lauren Gunderson's Natural Shocks debuts at the WP Theater --- Lauren Gunderson had wanted to write a play about women and guns in America for decades, ever since her activist days in high school and college. But the inciting idea didn't take hold until earlier this year. In what she describes as "a flurry of about a week," she churned out the first...
Creating Costumes in a Giant Ape's Shadow
By RAVEN SNOOK
Thursday, November 08, 2018  •   Broadway  •    0 comments Share This
Thu Nov 8, 2018  •   Broadway  •    0 comments Share This
Tony-winning designer Roger Kirk returns to Broadway with King Kong --- Costume designer Roger Kirk didn't have to worry about dressing the title character for King Kong on Broadway. Apes don't wear clothes, even when a massive animatronic one is the star of the show. But the Tony winner faced many other challenges crafting the hundreds of costumes...
This Play Dares You to Leave… or Stay
By DAVID COTE
Wednesday, November 07, 2018  •   Playwriting  •    1 comment Share This
Wed Nov 7, 2018  •   Playwriting  •    1 comment Share This
After 13 years, Will Eno's funny and unnerving monologue Thom Pain returns with Michael C. Hall --- Although dramatists are not necessarily the characters they write, there are many compelling reasons the title figure in the monologue play Thom Pain (based on nothing) seems like a Will Eno self-portrait. Eno and Pain are both dryly funny fellows,...
Why 'Daniel's Husband' Resonates More Than Ever
By BRIAN SCOTT LIPTON
Tuesday, November 06, 2018  •   Acting  •    0 comments Share This
Tue Nov 6, 2018  •   Acting  •    0 comments Share This
Actor Ryan Spahn on why he's starring in this play a third time --- Over the past three years, Ryan Spahn has portrayed the same part in three separate runs of the same play. And yet, due to major political upheavals during that time, each successive mounting of Michael McKeever's emotionally charged Daniel's Husband has felt more urgent. Spahn plays...
Why a Lawyer Felt Compelled to Write 'American Son'
By REGINA ROBBINS
Monday, November 05, 2018  •   Broadway  •    0 comments Share This
Mon Nov 5, 2018  •   Broadway  •    0 comments Share This
Playwright Christopher Demos-Brown makes his Broadway debut with the racially charged drama --- The new Broadway play American Son explores the notion of justice (or lack thereof) by chronicling a fraught night in the life of a Florida family whose teenage son has gone missing. His parents, an interracial couple played by Scandal's Kerry Washington...
It May Not Be True, But It Feels Real
By JUAN MICHAEL PORTER II
Friday, November 02, 2018  •   Playwriting  •    0 comments Share This
Fri Nov 2, 2018  •   Playwriting  •    0 comments Share This
Ngozi Anyanwu stars in her new play Good Grief at the Vineyard Theatre --- Media depictions of black folk frequently flatten out their complexity. The relentlessly chipper black neighbor on that sitcom, or the magically wise black teacher in that movie only exist onscreen. In the New York premiere of Good Grief at the Vineyard Theatre, playwright...
These Puppet Shows Aren't for Kids
By JONATHAN MANDELL
Thursday, November 01, 2018  •   Off-Off Broadway  •    0 comments Share This
Thu Nov 1, 2018  •   Off-Off Broadway  •    0 comments Share This
La MaMa kicks off a monthlong festival of provocative puppet productions --- Food for the Gods is about the killing of black men; Exodus addresses the current refugee crisis; Blind is a solo work about disability. These may not sound like typical subjects for puppet shows, but little about the La MaMa Puppet Festival fits most audiences' preconceptions...
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