Grief Hotel at the Public Theater. (courtesy publictheater.org)
Off Broadway
Tulis McCall
Grief Hotel

NEW YORK – Grief Hotel, dramaturgy of precision and grace brought it to poetic fruition

Justin Elizabeth Sayre stars in My Beatnik Youth: A Solo Riff at Manhattan's La Mama Experimental Theatre Club. Photo by Bronwen Sharp
Off Broadway
Edward A Kliszus
My Beatnik Youth: A Solo Riff

NEW YORK – My Beatnik Youth: A Solo Riff, Justin Elizabeth Sayre is an extraordinary storyteller with powerful music and literature contextualizing a personal sojourn to personal discovery and hope.

Cabrini, starring Cristiana Dell’Anna
Movie Reviews
Valerie Blanchard

NEW YORK – Cabrini, a poetic biopic that was riveting and heart-rendering from the first moment.

Prince Tea House. Courtesy princeteahouse.com
New York Restaurant Reviews
Sora Vernikoff
Prince Tea House

NEW YORK – Prince Tea House, a great place for tea, food, friends and Women’s Empowerment!

My Mother Had Two Faces. Courtesy karintrachtenberg.com
Off Broadway
Holli Harms
My Mother Had Two Faces

NEW YORK – My Mother Had Two Faces a quiet, fun, frightening, and beautiful performance by Karin Trachtenberg.

Amy Ryan, Zoe Kazan, and Liev Schreiber in a scene from Doubt: A Parable. Photo by Joan Marcus
Theater Reviews
Tulis McCall
Doubt: A Parable

NEW YORK – Doubt: A Parable, with a terrific cast poetry that engages our senses, freeing us to enter the secluded confines of this remote Catholic enclave

Enemy of the People at the Circle in the Square Theater, New York, NY. Photo by Emilio Madrid
Theater Reviews
Tulis McCall
Enemy of the People

NEW YORK – Enemy of the People, from hero to enemy, tell the truth. The end.

The Effect at the Griffin Theater, NYC. Photo by Marc Brenner
Off Broadway
Tulis McCall
The Effect at the Griffin Theater

NEW YORK – The Effect at the Griffin Theater, where we are invited to play, engage, risk, contemplate, judge, experiment, and be our wild selves.

Lucie Jones at 54 Below. Courtesy 54below.org
Holli Harms
Lucie Jones at 54 Below

NEW YORK – Lucie Jones at 54 Below, poignant and beautiful singing that touches your heart and soul.