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For twenty-two years Food for Thought theatre company has been doing readings of one-act plays both to hear them and to develop them.
This event was an evening of both new and old monologues from Eric Bogosian who generously dedicated his talent to support Chain Theatre and their work.
What comes across is someone loving what they’re doing and loving being able to share it with his audience.
You have an opportunity that doesn’t come around very often. Don’t let it pass.
This is a discussion on constitutional law that will leave you with a bit more clarity no matter what y…
Karen is working with her music director of 30 years, Christopher Denny who plays piano during the show. That length of time working together shows in their repartee and the ease they have w…
It’s full of lies, spite, selfishness, pain, sorrow, greed, avarice, and charm. So of course, you will laugh, be aghast at the behavior and the truths revealed, and possibly give a standin…
If you know of the musical legacy of Hoagy Carmichael and appreciate his music, if you are a fan of The York Theatre Company and the work that they do, and if you like singing and dancing, y…
It’s a must-see, heartfelt, truthful in the writing and acting, vulnerable, and completely satisfying.
It’s a rich play that can be seen several times and still not reveal all of its nuances.
not on par with the material
One of those plays where if you get distracted for one moment, you’ll miss a gem of a line.
A good assembly of talent at one of New York's loveliest theaters.
Well worth experiencing.
Weightless is definitely worth your time and attention.
This is more than dance. This is more than theater. This is a full-on experience.
Beautifully directed by Neil Pepe, MARYANN PLUNKETT as "Juno" creates a foundation and strength that anchors the production you should see just for her acting alone - if for nothing else!