Review: “Incognito” at Manhattan Theatre Club at New York City Center Stage I

The jury remains out in the scientific community: which came first the brain or the mind? Throw into the discussion precisely where memory resides and how it is accessed and the debate becomes even more interesting and convoluted. Playwright Nick Payne focuses his interest on the brain and memory and in the American premiere of his “Incognito” – currently playing…

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Review: “Indecent” Challenges the Power of Death at the Vineyard Theatre

May 23, 2016 | LGBT, Off-Broadway | Tags: ,

Created by Paula Vogel and Rebecca Taichman, “Indecent” could not have opened at the Vineyard Theatre at a more auspicious time. In the midst of an increasingly frenzied discussion about what is and what is not decent in contemporary American society and culture, this remarkable and stunning play – based on true events surrounding the 1923 Broadway debut of Sholem…

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News: The Artist Co-op Pop Up at the Center for Social Innovation

May 23, 2016 | News | Tags:

NEW YORK, NY – May 23, 2016 – The Artist Co-op Pop Up, a shared workspace for performing artists, uniting New York City’s actors directors, dancers, playwrights, and more, with programs and services to support the performing arts community, is launching June 7-10. Taking place at the Center for Social Innovation, 601 W 26th St #325, New York, NY, the…

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Preview: The New Group Announces 2016-2017 Season

May 18, 2016 | News, Off-Broadway, Previews | Tags:

The New Group has announced four productions for its 2016-2017 Season.  The company’s new season begins in Fall 2016 with the musical “Sweet Charity,” with choreography by Joshua Bergasse, directed by Leigh Silverman and featuring two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster in the title role.  The New Group’s season continues in January 2017 with the U.S. premiere of Wallace Shawn’s “Evening at the Talk House,” directed by Scott Elliott; followed by the…

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Review: “Kentucky” at Ensemble Studio Theatre

May 17, 2016 | Off-Broadway | Tags: ,

Armed with the promise of her therapist’s willingness to offer phone support and clutching a bottle of sedatives from the same therapist, Hiro (played with a steely vulnerability by Satomi Blair) flies from New York to Kentucky to convince her younger sister Sophie (played with a charming but confident core by Sasha Diamond) not to marry Da’Ran (played with exquisite…

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