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Supporting Actress in a Play

The five women nominated for a 2016 Queens Off-Off-Broadway Kudos as Best Supporting Actress in a Play delivered performances ranging from hysterically funny to heartbreakingly sad. 115 more words


Supporting Actor in a Play

Let’s leave the singing and dancing behind — for a moment — and focus on straight plays.

Nominees for the 2016 Queens Off-Off-Broadway Kudos for a Supporting Actor in a play are: 97 more words


Supporting Actor in a Musical

Yesterday was for the ladies. Today is all about the guys.

Five men at various stages in their careers impressed us enough that we believe they deserve a little extra recognition. 108 more words


Supporting Actress in a Musical

With a little more than one week before TimesLedger Newspapers announces its Off-Off-Broadway Kudos for 2015-2016, we plan to hit you fast and furious with our list of nominees. 142 more words


See Hamilton No Waiting

If you really want to experience Hamilton before the Tony Awards, it’s not that hard. Get up to New-York Historical Society at 77th Street and Central Park West and check out the life-size bronze statues of Hamilton and Burr one second before The Shot. 546 more words


Amazing Grace

When I walked into the theater last night, Karen and Ra were in the hallway outside the dressing rooms. Karen plays Miss Watson and has all the heart and soul you might expect in someone from Northern Ireland. 160 more words

Extremities: Courageous and Compelling Performance by the Backyard Theater Ensemble

Tina Parziale’s performance is nothing short of courageous.

I have seen no greater, more credible threat on stage than Frank Beaudry’s Raul.

In the small intimate theatre of the Thomaston Art Center Stage, the Backyard Theater Ensemble’s production of William Mastrosimone’s Extremities is a scary and compelling reminder that society has made little  progress in decades as it relates to violence against women. 182 more words