Some things that have gone before...
BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
By Neil Simon
at Portland Stage Company
ADORAMA commercial frenzy
13 commercials in 4 months- written, produced, hosted.
yeah, kind of a frenzy.
IN A HEARTBEAT
By Marc Lichtman & Ed Horowitz
CHURCH LEAGUE SOFTBALL
“Friday Night Lights meets Guffman”
SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON
By the Kennedy Bros.
Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom is back.
By Jon Logan
at South Carolina Rep. Company
CORE ARTIST ENSEMBLE PRESENTS
at the Barrow Group Theatre, NYC
Sept 21, 22, 23...
After Core’s Summer Reading Series,
6 directors & 11 Core members premiered
6 New York playwrights.
Plays by Katie Atcheson, Craig Carlisle, Kim Farmer,
Halley Feiffer, Dean Imperial, Joyce Turiskylie.
Directed by Craig Carlisle, Rachel Eckerling,
Dean Imperial, Alice Jankell, Patrick Kennedy,
and Michael Padden.
Featuring: Julia Burrows, Rachel Casperian, Alex
Correia, Matthew Bryan Feld, Sam Gilroy,
Eulone Gooding, Rachael Lee, Matt Mundy,
Nate Rollins and matt Shear
Core Artist Ensemble Summer Reading Series
developed by Core at the Barrow Group
7 weeks over 50 plays
developed by Richard Hopkins, Rebecca Hopkins, and Jim Prosser
directed by Bill Castellino
THE BABY DANCE
by Jane Anderson
directed by Alice Jankell
A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS
directed by Mollie Vogt-Welch
Welcome to the 4th annual live adaptation of the
beloved TV classic. Faith down to the awkward arm
and hand gestures, as well as the heart of the piece.
Performing throughout December
at The Brooklyn Lyceum.
Core Artists Ensemble in SHORTS
Nov 18, 19, 20...(click the poster)
The company has been founded,
The work we do is grounded.
Come celebrate Barrow’s new Core,
After an evening, you’ll be wanting more.
Quite a few projects in varied markets,
here is an example for some recent work:
The Barrow Group Theatre
· Acting is easy.
· The best technique is invisible.
· Unplanned behavior is usually much more interesting than planned behavior.
· There is no one “way” to approach acting. It’s all about finding whatever works.
The first time anywhere, one of the most under-appreciated influential modern day storytellers, H.P. Lovecraft has finally made it to the stage.
Dan Bianchi has adapted fifty horrifying tales accompanied by award-winning sound design and original orchestral scores.
Bring in the coolness of Autumn the only way a chilling story can.
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Dorothy landed in Oz, Alice fell down a hole,
and Kevin? He woke up in Astoria.
His new friends, unable to help him get out,
will be sure he survives....
If they don’t kill him first, that is.
I Hate Hamlet
at Cape May Stage
...a one-night stand 6/27/10: A TRUE STORY (not a synopsis)
On Friday June 25th, I ventured down to see a hilarious, endearing, deftly performed production of I HATE HAMLET. The very next night, after an unfortunate accident to the lead of the show (the character Andrew Rally), I was asked to learn the role and perform the show Sunday June 27th. In other words, I was given 22hrs. And no, I’d never done the show before.
After locking myself away to study, and thanks to a wonderful cast, crew, artistic/creative/production team, I went on as planned. Fortunately, the packed house was ready to love the show. 2 hours later we bowed, and I headed back to New York. With a cast now in tact, the show runs till July 17th. Go see it!
You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown
at Two River Theater...
here’s what the critics had to say:
1. THE NEW YORK TIMES
“Mr. Mundy’s Linus shines” – Anita Gates
2. ASBURY PARK PRESS
“Matt Mundy, whose soulful Linus nearly steals the first act with ‘My Blanket and Me’ " – Tom Chesek
3. THE STAR-LEDGER
“Matt Mundy is charming as Linus, who makes bedroom eyes at his blanket.” – Peter Filichia
4. TWO RIVER TIMES
“Linus can't give up his blanket, and why should he? Matt Mundy makes the case with ‘My Blanket and Me,’ Linus's security-symbol anthem. Mundy.... creates an endearing corps de blanket ballet.” – Philip Dorian
“Linus, as appealingly played by Matt Mundy, made us all feel the comfort of ‘My Blanket and Me,’ " – Simon Saltzman
Gutenberg! The Musical!
Doug and Bud believe they’ve written one of the most amazing musicals about the most important man in history: Johannes Gutenberg.
Tonight, they are presenting their “reading” for the first time for the audience (and hopefully some Broadway producers), performing all the roles and singing all the songs... using just hats to differentiate characters.
Really? Good luck, guys!
for more information and to buy tickets
...and other things have gone before...