Lily Tomlin to Host the 2013 Women’s Media Awards

Lily Tomlin will host The 2013 Women’s Media Awards this year.  Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem, Co-Founders of the Women’s Media Center, made the announcement. This celebration will be held on October 8th at 583 Park Avenue in New York City.  Tables and tickets can be purchased now.  The Women’s Media Awards honors game-changers for women in media annually on this special night. By deciding who gets to…

LISTEN… CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? PERFORMS AT THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL

  An 11:11 Experiment presents the critically-acclaimed, autobiographical one-woman show – Listen…Can You Hear Me Now? –  written and performed by Gloria Rosen at the New York International Fringe Festival. Conceived by Peter Flint, Directed by Michael Leoni and further developed in Matt Hoverman’s Create Your Own Solo Show Workshop, the production is set to run August 10-24 at…

La Hija de Trappaccini- Modern day Romeo & Juliet

Welcome to the Garden – not that massive entertainment venue located next to Penn Station- Botanical Garden that is. In the Bronx? No go downtown- way downtown and shoot for the one in Brooklyn. It is a pleasure to introduce you a well crafted Opera created by Daniel Catan titled La Hija de Trappaccini –…

Alacrity Project PresentsThe Dinner Party

On May 19, 2013 at 4:00p.m., the lower east side-based theater company, Alacrity Project, will present, The Dinner Party, an original short play at the popular venue, Arlene’s Grocery. Written by Georgiana Avram and directed by Laura Hirshberg. A Monologue Jam comprised of various actors performing monologues and songs, will follow directly afterwards. The Dinner Party and…

Curfew: A Moment In Time

Life is funny that way when we think we have everything figured out and then something happens causing our world to crumble into a dark existence. And as Winston Churchill says “if you are going through hell, keep going,” because there is always that silver lining at the end of the tunnel that magnifies that…

Andrew Nemr and Friends

Andrew J. Nemr, protégé of Gregory Hines, and a leader in the tap dance world brings his one-man show, “Andrew J. Nemr and Friends” to New York City’s The Cutting Room, Thursday, April 18, 2013. Dubbed as “One of the hardest working tap dancers, today,” by the New Yorker, Andrew has worked with such luminaries as…

Review: Human Resources

Last Tuesday night I had the honor of going to see a new Off-Broadway comedy with Ms. Shanna Gibbs, who, get this, doesn’t know who Phil Spector is. Crazy right? We’ll come back to this blasphemy in another article. Any who, we saw Kristen Niven’s Human Resources, a story about a group of four people…

Review: Broke Wide Open

Once upon a time, in a land far away, aka New York, Rock Wilk was born. What follows is a journey unlike any other. The story starts in a hospital followed by an adoption agency, and a portrait that becomes the highlight of his production while he searches for answers that define his existence: all…

Alacrity Project Presents a Monologue Jam on 12/2

Lower East Side-based theater company, Alacrity Project will present a Monologue Jam on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at the popular venue, Arlene’s Grocery. The Jam is part of Alacrity Project’s A Live Series, which provides self-producing artists the opportunity to perform on a black-box-style stage in an alternative environment, and receive professional video-recordings of their…