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How This Rock N’ Roll Musical Expands the Audience for Musical Theater

The New York Musical Festival continues through August 5, offering 12 productions as well as lectures, readings, and more! We spoke with Stefanie Seskin about her musical Bad Ass Beauty. Tell us about your show! Aralyn Ford is an ugly duckling who ne …Read more


Why These NYMF Writers Love High Concept Musicals

The New York Musical Festival continues through August 5, offering 12 productions as well as lectures, readings, and more! We spoke with Kyle Acheson, Sam De Roest, and Corley Pillsbury about their musical What’s Your Wish? Tell us about your show!
 …Read more


Emojiland — A “Textistential” Musical

The New York Musical Festival continues through August 5, offering 12 productions as well as lectures, readings, and more! We spoke with Laura Nicole Harrison and Keith Harrison about their musical Emojiland.  Tell us about your show! Emojiland is an …Read more


This New Musical Brings Us to the Wild West

The New York Musical Festival continues through August 5, offering 12 productions as well as lectures, readings, and more! We spoke with writer Abby Payne about her musical The Gunfighter Meets His Match. Tell us about your show! The Gunfighter Meets …Read more


They’re back!  The legendary Michael Feinstein and two-time Tony winner Christine Ebersole are performing at 54 below July 31-Sept3 at 54 Below in NYC.  We met up with them with interviewer Jose Solis and got a sneak peak, plus some interesting insig …Read more


What Would Richard III Be Like as a High School Student?

Though it may be somewhat unorthodox to mention the New York Times critic Jesse Green, I must concur with his final thoughts on Teenage Dick, developed by both the Apothetae and the Ma-Yi Theatre Companies and performed recently at the Public Theatre …Read more



Nailing a Dutch Accent and More with Actor Enver Gjokaj

In Rinne Groff’s new play, Fire in Dreamland, a Brooklyn woman (Rebecca Naomi Jones) meets a Dutch filmmaker, played by Enver Gjokaj, and together they attempt to make his dream project about Coney Island a reality. StageBuddy recently got a chance t …Read more


Margery Kempe, and Women Behaving Badly

In the opening scene of the revival of John Wulp’s The Saintliness of Margery Kempe at The Duke on 42nd Street, Andrus Nichols comes barreling on stage in a red dress as the title character declaring, “Morality! Damn all Morality! Damn! Damn! Damn!” …Read more


Cassandra of Troy Meets the #metoo Movement

As the #metoo movement has made evident, recent years have witnessed not only the revelation of women’s long-buried truths but a new awareness of the systems which necessitate and uphold their silencing. Western society may trace this devaluing of fe …Read more


What Makes This Puppet Show a True Delight

The sounds of silence are beautiful in a spectacular new show by the playful team of Swiss puppeteers known as Mummenschanz. The wordless You & Me was created by Mummenschanz co-founder and Artistic Director Floriana Frassetto and features a stro …Read more


A Tour de Force Performance of a Woman in Solitary Confinement

The United States leads the world in incarceration by a hefty margin, according to the International Centre for Prison Studies; there are over 2.2 million people imprisoned and it is not necessarily because of higher crime rates, but because of laws …Read more


Brooklyn Music School (BMS) announces Early Childhood Music and Movement Education Classes for ages infant through 4-yea …Read more




Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) announces a one-on-one networking event with commercial and indie producers, Writer-Pr …Read more


The True Story of How 'Laura Bush Killed a Guy'

“Tell the truth, if you could have us back — well, wouldn’t you?” So asks Laura Bush (winningly played by Lisa Hodsoll) to the audience as she takes them through a series of vignettes of her life from two days after her 17th birthday, when she kille …Read more


What Happens When the LGBTQ Community Forgets the 'T'?

Sparks fly between friends and lovers as gay and trans rights are discussed in Log Cabin, Jordan Harrison’s superb play about LGBTQ politics. Showing at Playwrights Horizons, directed by the great Pam MacKinnon, and just in time for Pride Month, this …Read more


Carey Mulligan Proves She's One of the Best Actresses in Her Generation in 'Girls & Boys'

Girls & Boys, written by Dennis Kelly and directed by Lyndsey Turner, first premiered earlier this year with the Royal Court Theatre in London and has how made its way across the pond in its American debut at the Minetta Lane Theatre. Produced by …Read more


Opera Saratoga announced DISCOVER!OPERA, a new program to introduce area high school and college students to opera



Full Season Tickets and detailed information on shows available at www.14streety.org/tickets


How Anika Noni Rose Makes CSC's 'Carmen Jones' a Roaring Success

Carmen Jones, currently playing at Classic Stage Company, is pretty much what you’d expect from a show directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle, choreographed by Tony Award winner Bill T. Jones, and starring two-time Tony Award winner Anika Noni Rose …Read more


If you have questions, please contact Karen Kitchen at karen@insitudancefestival.com.


A Nostalgic Musical Trip Back to the Summer of Love

It’s been almost fifty years since Neil Armstrong set foot on the lunar surface. Those heady summer days of 1969—Woodstock, Vietnam, protests, Nixon, and the first human landing and walk on the moon—still reverberate today. Especially in San Francisc …Read more


This year, INSITU offers two specific workshops, one for young adults and one for 50+ adults throughout the month of Jul …Read more


Is Graffiti Art?

The question of graffiti’s status as expression or vandalism has served as a point of contention for decades of urban history. While modern New Yorkers may regularly encounter such works without a second thought, closer inspection of graffiti’s conte …Read more


What Makes New Lamps' Production of 'The Glass Menagerie' So Special?

THE BOTTOM LINE: With a fine cast and a lovely little theater, this New Lamps production of The Glass Menagerie is an enjoyable way either to see the classic play for the first time, or to revisit it again. WHAT IT’S ABOUT: This Tennessee Williams pl …Read more



A Marlene Dietrich for Our Times

Nearly 30 years ago, Marlene Dietrich — a German actress who rose to stardom via the 1930 film Blue Angel — left Berlin for Hollywood. There, and later in Paris, she spent years charming moviegoers, making free love, and being an international icon …Read more


We got time to sit with the amazing Tovah Feldshuh. Wow, what a powerful lady! And she’s been everywhere. You can see her on TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, “Salvation” and even “The Walking Dead”! But for us theater fans, we know her as Pippin’s grandmo …Read more


A Challenging Play for Challenging Times in America

The Property, produced by New Light Theater Project and now playing at The Clurman Theatre on Theatre Row is an innocent light-hearted play with a bubbling cauldron of simmering rage just below the surface. Written by Ben Josephson and efficiently di …Read more


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