Articles Posted in the Theater Category

  • Harlem Stage presents Repertorio Español’s “El Coronel no tiene quien le escriba”

    Based on Gabriel García Márquez’s famed novel “El Coronel no tiene quien le escriba/No one writes to the Colonel,” Harlem Stage will soon conduct two free performances of the story which covers a few months in the life of a colonel whose pension, delayed 15 years by an overwhelming bureaucracy, becomes an obsession. Reduced to poverty despite his […]

  • Israel’s Gesher Theatre Returns to New York

    Israel’s Gesher Theatre Returns to New York with “The Dybbuk” and “In the Tunnel” in October 2018 as Part of Three-City Tour Israel’s acclaimed Gesher Theatre will return to the US and Canada, with performances in Toronto, New York City and Pittsburgh, September 29 through October 12, 2018, with its two leading productions, “The Dybbuk” and “In the Tunnel.”   In New York, “The Dybbuk” and “In the Tunnel” […]

  • The Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH) presents “Antigone”

    The Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH) is scheduled to debut a modern, Afropunk inspired version of Sophocles classic Greek tragedy. Back for its sixth season of FREE theater performances in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park the company presents a work that showcases the strength and voices of audacious women responding to rigid societal inequities. This updated work […]

  • Interview with Maria Shclover and Irina Shabshis, the co-founders of the Cherry Orchard Festival

    The Cherry Orchard Festival is an arts festival that has become a beloved staple of NYC. In 2018, founders and producers Maria Shclover and Irina Shabshis are bringing Russia’s Theatre of Nations to New York with Anton Chekhov’s “Ivanov,” a dramatic play about an antihero, a melancholic upper-class man who is struggling to regain his former glory. […]

  • GIRL BE HEARD: Interview with Artistic Director Kim Sykes

    GIRL BE HEARD is an internationally renowned and award-winning ensemble that is currently presenting their new show titled Indivisible: Liberty and Justice for Who? at DR2 Theatre in NYC. This ensemble-devised theater work is written and performed by GIRL BE HEARD company members and is directed by Kim Sykes, actor, writer and GBH Artistic Director. […]

  • Interview with GOLDSTEIN Director Brad Rouse

    Michael Riedel at the New York Post recently told his readers to “Keep their eye on GOLDSTEIN. It’s like RAGS mixed with a touch of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.” Brad Rouse is directing, GOLDSTEIN, a new musical about family with music and lyrics by Michael Roberts and a book by Charlie Schulman. GOLDSTEIN will open […]

  • Terri Mateer Aims for the Heart with “A Kind Shot”

    Back by popular demand, “A Kind Shot,” the critically acclaimed one-woman show by former basketball star and model Terri Mateer hits the boards at the TBG Studio Theatre in Manhattan this Saturday, January 6, 2018. Performances run through February 25. In ” A Kind Shot,” Terri, a 6’1” blonde spitfire, tells her life story of […]