theater review

Holden continues through January 14th at The New Ohio Theatre, 154 Christopher Street, New York City. Visit www.NewOhioTheatre.org
(All photos by Ronald L. Glassman.) From the first to the final scene, the acting strengths of the cast quickly ease any
  It is London, the late 1960s with the Beatles gaining the world stage along with sex, drugs and other forms of rock and
Considering the intense devotion that many fans have for The Sound of Music worldwide, any new vision of the enduring musical
Many of Tennessee Williams' plays have cemented their status into American literary and pop culture. Since they were first written, they've been performed on stages both large and small with some degree of regularly through the decades. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Glass Menagerie, and A Streetcar Named Desire come to mind. Williams, however, has over 40 lesser-known one-act plays to his credit, dating back to the 1930's.
Professional relationships are as disposable as goods on the shelves at Walmart in our culture, and so it is an especially happy occasion to report on the flowering of an artistic pairing, in this case of playwright J.T. Rogers and director Bartlett Sher.
Set in the 1980's, Daddy Issues is a partial throwback to when the word "gay" actually meant "happy."
Double Falsehood is considered to be a "controversial" work -- not so much because of its content, but rather for the debate over just how much of the play was actually written by Mr. Shakespeare. It's an emotionally charged debate that has been studied, argued, and revisited through the years.
There's something markedly incongruous about watching Utility, the new play by Emily Schwend, at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. The theater is located on Waverly Place in Greenwich Village, one of the most lively neighborhoods in downtown Manhattan.
Thanks to the unique directorial ornamentations of Company XIV's Austin McCormick (who's also the troupe's Founder/Artistic