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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

A Genius on the Verge: CLONED! The Musical by Glenn Quentin

Let’s go back to the ’90s, before technology took over and pay phones and hand maps became quite irrelevant. In “CLONED! The Musical” Wally Waterman, a genius inven…

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Behind the Stage Door: Inside the The Tank by Glenn Quentin

In our series Behind the Stage Door, StageBuddy goes inside New York Theater’s Off and Off-Off Broadway theater venues to give the inside perspective of the space, introducing you t…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 01:34PM
Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Dance Company Zest Collective Transforms Harlem by Glenn Quentin

When last we spoke with Zest Collective, they were gearing up to release a new movement-based web drama, “Launch”.  The young company is continuing to break boundaries and re-cr…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 03:59PM

From Cage to Stage: “The Bullpen” by Glenn Quentin

What could have been a life on hold for writer/performer Joseph Assadourian became the discovery of skill that has transformed his life — and that of anyone who sees his one person sho…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 12:20PM
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Director’s Chair: Hot Season’s Kevin Kittle by Glenn Quentin

Hot Season, a new play by Evan Mueller, is guaranteed to give you chills like you’ve never had before.  In this science fiction drama, the horror takes place only a few feet from you …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 02:35PM
Monday, June 23, 2014

Childhood Fantasies Take the Stage in New Play by Glenn Quentin

Everyday Inferno is a theater company that consistently exceeds the limitations of creating theater on a budget, and their production of “A Map to Somewhere Else” is no exception…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 03:12PM
Thursday, June 19, 2014

Choreographer Renana Raz on Bringing YouTube Videos to Life by Glenn Quentin

Have you ever watched a great YouTube video and thought: I wonder what that might look like live? Israeli choreographer Renana Raz responds to YouTube videos on stage with her company YouM…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:40PM

Behind the Stage Door: Inside TheaterLab by Glenn Quentin

In our new series Behind the Stage Door, StageBuddy goes inside New York Theater’s Off and Off-Off Broadway Theater Venues to give the inside perspective of the space, introducing y…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:28PM
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Festival Brings Detroit Voices to NYC by Glenn Quentin

Detroit, NY, a ten minute play festival featuring works written by Detroit writers, opens on June 19 at New York’s 4th Street Theater. The objective of the festival, presented by The …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 04:42PM
Monday, June 16, 2014

Q&A with Playwright John Adams of “The Taste of It” by Glenn Quentin

In “The Taste of It”, which recently had its world premiere at the Theatre 54 at Shetler Studios, playwright John Adams tells the story of an explosive 70s era romance between a …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:17PM

Why Audiences Love “When January Feels Like Summer” by Glenn Quentin

The reviews are in and audiences agree that after the players take their final bow you’ll want to spend more time with the them in “When January Feels Like Summer”, now…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 12:02PM

Artist Spotlight: THEY CALL ME Q’s Qurrat Ann Kadwani by Glenn Quentin

The young Indian actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani might not be the first person you think of when you think of the Bronx. Her solo show THEY CALL ME Q invites you into her world where she grew up …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 12:00PM
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Artist Spotlight: They Call Me Q’s Qurrat Ann Kadwani by Glenn Quentin

The young Indian actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani might not be the first person you think of when you think of the Bronx. Her solo show “They Call Me Q” invites you into her world wher…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:20PM
Thursday, June 5, 2014

Fresh Indie Theater Collaboration by Glenn Quentin

Producing independent theater is hard enough for one small company to attempt on its own, but two visionary New York companies have got the right idea and decided to collaborate to bring som…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 01:44PM
Monday, June 2, 2014

An Astonishing Tale of Romance, Comedy and Action by Glenn Quentin

At this year’s Comic Book Theater Festival, new heroes take the stage in Charles Battersby’s “The Astonishing Adventures of All American Girl & The Scarlet Skunk”…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 03:45PM
Friday, May 30, 2014

Off the Page: Duncan Pflaster on his All-Female Play by Glenn Quentin

There is a new verse play in town written entirely in iambic pentameter with 30 characters played by 10 actors who all happen to be women.  Ego Actus presents award-winning Duncan Pflaster&…

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Mein Uncle: An Absurdist Fairytale by Glenn Quentin

3 Voices Theatre presents the world premiere of “Mein Uncle”, an absurdist fairytale about the seeds of inhumanity. The play, written and directed by Aliza Shane, is based on the…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 01:39PM
Thursday, May 15, 2014

See Independent Theater for Social Change by Glenn Quentin

The Planet Connections Theatre Festivity is New York’s premier eco-friendly/socially conscious theatre, music and film festival.  From May 14 to June 8, the Paradise Factory will be h…

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Artist Spotlight: Theatre Row’s Jessica Griffin by Glenn Quentin

The young starlet Jessica Griffin has been entertaining family and friends since her first role as Dorothy in the “Wizard of Oz”. Currently starring in “Intermission”…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 12:48PM
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

MTWorks On Gun Control by Glenn Quentin

MTWorks is presenting an evening of short plays around a hot topic that will challenge our everyday perceptions about gun control.  Co-Artistic Directors David Stallings and Antonio Minino …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:06PM
Monday, May 12, 2014

OFF The Page: Broad Channel’s James Bosley by Glenn Quentin

Artistic Director of Up Theater Company, James Bosley brings his childhood neighborhood, Broad Channel, to Washington Heights in a biting new drama about a struggling blue collar family who …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:11PM

Do you know Dame Shirley Bassey? by Glenn Quentin

How many of us have met an artist who changed our lives forever? Alan Winner, Artistic Director of the Hive Theatre Company, met Dame Shirley Bassey while studying at the Royal Welsh College…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 03:13PM
Thursday, May 8, 2014

Broadway Stars at the 2014 Drama Desk Awards Nominees Reception by Glenn Quentin

On April 25th, 2014, nominations for the Drama Desk Awards were announced at 54 Below.  See the gallery of the nominees at the morning reception on May 7th.  Author informationGlenn Qu…

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Friday, May 2, 2014

Cynthia Nixon Returns to Broadway by Glenn Quentin

If you type “Cynthia Nixon” into Google, you’ll find that she’s been acting since she was 12, making her Broadway debut in 1980 in “The Philadelphia Story”…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 03:50PM

National Black Theatre Revives Baraka’s “Dutchman” by Glenn Quentin

50 years ago, playwright Amiri Baraka (then LeRoi Jones) captured the essence of the black/white relations of the time with “Dutchman”, performed at the Cherry Lane Theatre. The …

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 02:43PM
Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Exclusive Interview with Cynthia Nixon by Glenn Quentin

Last night, Freedom to Marry celebrated their 10-year anniversary with a gala event hosted by the the Emmy, Grammy and Tony winner Cynthia Nixon.  A huge supporter and advocate for marriage…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:27PM
Monday, April 28, 2014

Little Women as a Modern Day Sitcom by Glenn Quentin

What started as a weekly episodic show in The Serials at the Flea is now a fantastically charming one act comedy playing at the PIT.  In “Women”, playwright Chiara Atik has reim…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 04:04PM
Thursday, April 24, 2014

Artist Spotlight: All The Way’s Brandon J. Dirden by Glenn Quentin

Actor Brandon J. Dirden currently walks in the shoes of Martin Luther King Jr. in the Broadway play “All the Way” alongside Bryan Cranston as Lyndon B. Johnson.  A political pla…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 01:22PM
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

“Hamlet” – A Backyard Extravaganza by Glenn Quentin

What happens when you have a talented group of thriving actors living in a home in Brooklyn with an empty backyard? Their ambition and creativity takes over and they all decide to put on a p…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 04:02PM
Thursday, April 10, 2014

In Rehearsal with “Everything that Rises Must Converge” by Glenn Quentin

A unique ensemble of actors comes together under the sophisticated direction of Karin Coonrod to bring to life Flannery O’Connor’s short story “Everything that Rises Must C…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 06:11PM

The Movement Theater Company’s 2nd Annual Monologue Slam by Glenn Quentin

Some might say a monologue slam is the perfect showcase for actors, giving them the space and the audience to show off their talent.  These acting competitions often bring the public exposu…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 04:56PM

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