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Albatross: A Campfire Tale about Mindfullness and Burdens

Albatross: A Campfire Tale about Mindfullness and Burdens

By Ross

Benjamin Evett, (co-writer with Matthew Spangler), the solo performer of the Albatross at 59E59 Theaters, enters lugging a large heavy trunk onto a bare stage with only ropes and pullies as ornaments (amazing work by set: Cristina Todesco; costume: Frances McSherry; lighting and projection: Garrett Herzig). 766 more words

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Northern Stage's Orwell Moves To Off-Broadway

See a final rehearsal of Orwell in America–free of charge–before Northern Stage sends its production off to the Big Apple’s Off-Broadway. Details below, and my review of its original world premiere:




Adapted by Conor McPherson from the story Daphne du Maurier

Directed by Stefan Dzeparoski

Writing in 1952, author Daphne Du Maurier imagined a bleak future in which mankind’s survival is threatened by a sinister change in the avian population. 631 more words

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Dewey Moss’s provocative family drama centers on the aftermath of a senseless shooting. Yet the central debate of the play here isn’t about gun control. THE CRUSADE OF CONNOR STEPHENS eschews easy answers and ripped-from-the-headlines relevance in favor of a more challenging exploration of clashing ideologies. 436 more words

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BROADWAYWORLD: Hershey Felder Stars as Leonard Bernstein in MAESTRO This Fall at 59E59 Theaters

Hershey Felder will be starring as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro at 59E59 Theaters this fall  from August 31 to October 16!

Maestro spans the entire 20th Century combining Bernstein’s personal story, his original music and the music that inspired him.” 7 more words

Media Placements


Written and directed by Alan Ayckbourn

In an era when words like “searing”, “innovative” and “immersive” leap from the pages of theatrical press releases, it’s encouraging to see that, in the right hands, a traditional, well-made, problem play can still move audiences and speak to present day social issues. 633 more words

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By Philip Ridley

Directed by David Mercatali

As building and loan president Peter Bailey memorably declares in It’s a Wonderful Life, “It’s deep in the race for a man to want his own roof and walls and fireplace”. 699 more words

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