Broadway Bound Theatre Festival

Off-Broadway Review: “Image” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

“Image,” the new play by Jack Rushen currently playing at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre, examines the behind the scenes activities of the unscrupulous publicist/manager Corbett as he deals with the drug overdose of one of his top clients. Gianna, his teenage singing sensation, lies near death in the ICU of Cedars-Sinai hospital. He…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Convicted” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

In Riley Thomas’s “Convicted,” currently playing at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre, a dedicated group of convicted – some damaged – individuals gather to equitably resolve a situation that has spun out of control. The situation was precipitated by a phone call from Toper (played with an innocence marred by deep pain by Dylan…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Sympathy in C” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

Suzanne Mernyk’s “Sympathy in C,” currently running at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre, is an engaging symphony for six actors and two musicians about the need for sympathy – sympathy in the diagnosis of cancer and sympathy in the world of politics. The cast is arranged in a semi-circle each seated behind a music…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Small Town Confessions” at the Broadway Bound Theatre at the 14th Street Y Theatre

Hearing the undisclosed “confessions” of nine peculiar residents from a small southern town, one may presume that the whole is the sum of its parts, and these offbeat characters provide a good representation of the core of the abstract community at hand in Anitola Parish. It is anchored on one end by gossip monger, quasi tour guide, JoBeth Maybelline, who…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Bone on Bone” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

When the audience first meets Jonathan (Mark Coffin) and Linda (Geraldine Leer) in their New York residence, they are a couple together for thirty-five years whose marriage seems to be suffering from osteoarthritis: the “stuff” between them that would allow them to smoothly glide over one another has eroded over time through the wear and tear of the normal “ups…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Adam and Brian” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

One of many offerings at the inaugural Broadway Bound Festival is a slice of life drama about a couple engaged to be married who are physically injured in a violent anti-gay attack and broken by the emotional torment that contaminates their relationship. It is refreshing to see an LGBTQ play that is not sugar coated, melodramatic, or steeped in sorrow….

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Off-Broadway Review: “In Pursuit of Peace” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y

The path to peace (if not successful), the pursuit of peace and serenity, is littered with an abundance of hurdles and pitfalls, some only causing minor contusions, others resulting in disaster. Dad (Terrence Montgomery) an alcoholic farmer somewhere in the Midwest has apparently been on a life-long quest for a surcease of discord and disharmony. His marriage to Mom (Susan…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Saving Stan” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

The sixty-minute one act play “Saving Stan” is being presented as part of the inaugural season of the Broadway Bound Theater Festival at 14th Street Y Theater. Playwright Gary Morgenstein has penned a story with an interesting premise; however, at present the script is slightly scattered and confusing. Stan (Carlo Fiorletta) has suffered a severe stroke which leaves him incapacitated,…

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Off-Broadway Review: “In the Room, Waiting” at the Broadway Bound Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

Several characters appear in “In A Room, Waiting,” particularly because the room in question is a hospital waiting room. These “visitors” have little else to occupy their time other than browsing outdated magazines or entering a conversation that might either ease their apprehension or perhaps escalate their level of anxiety. Malcolm (Thaddeus McCants) and Aisha (Jarielle Whitney), a young unmarried…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Skeletons” at the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival at the 14th Street Y Theatre

The members of the Gordon family have secrets they hope will never be disclosed, embarrassing facts or simply undisclosed facts that, if revealed, might have a detrimental impact on how they are perceived by other family members or by the community at large. These “skeletons in the closet” can be kept at bay and remain hidden knowingly – consciously –…

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