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Holli Harms

Holli Harms

Holli is a playwright and screenwriter. She is a Dramatists Guild Fellow recipient, Terence G Hall Fellowship recipient and EST/Sloan Foundation recipient for her play about the first death in space. She is a member of Dramatist Guild, Ensemble Studio Theatre, on the board of Women In the Arts and Media Coalition and a contributing writer with Verbal Supply Company http://www.verbalsupplycompany.com. She lives in Manhattan's West Village with her husband, daughter and dog, Arlo Guthrie Marshmallow.

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David Greenspan in a scene from On Set With Theda Bara. Photo by Emilio Madrid
Off Broadway
Holli Harms

On Set With Theda Bara

NEW YORK – On Set With Theda Bara features David Greenspan playing complex characters entwined in an imaginative, pronounced immersion into what is reality, what is gender, what is being alive, who are we now, who have we been, and who will we become growing out of what matters to us.

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The Movement You Need starring Brendan Hunt at the SOHO Playhouse
Off Broadway
Holli Harms

The Movement You Need

Brendan Hunt’s The Movement You Need playing at Soho Playhouse is an uproarious stand-up solo circus act that will have you loving the man even more than you already do.

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Aberdeen by Cassie Workman at the Soho Playhouse
Off Broadway
Holli Harms

Aberdeen at the Soho Playhouse

Cassie Workman’s astonishing Aberdeen at the Soho Playhouse is a tragic poem of Euripidean intensity chronicling for us the life and death of Kurt Cobain and what his passing meant to her. She conjures for us the hero, the quiet god, full of flaws and glories akin to the Greek and Roman deities.

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Gospel Brunch at 54Below
Cabaret
Holli Harms

Gospel Brunch

It was Gospel Brunch, mingling with the season of sparkling lights and colorful ornaments, the spreading of tidings of great joy, and the vocal power of raising the rafters with song, we celebrated all of that and more at 54 Below this past Saturday.

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Our Class. Photo by Pavel Antonov
Off Broadway
Holli Harms

Our Class

Our Class is a sublimely gorgeous production, directed and polished like a precious gem filled with light and love–it must return and stay long enough for all to witness its opulence of humanity’s capabilities for both good and evil.

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The Eagle and the Tortoise (photo courtesy bricartsmedia.org)
Off Broadway
Holli Harms

The Eagle and the Tortoise

The Eagle and the Tortoise, now playing at BRIC as part of the Under The Radar series, is a light of love and honor to those who suffer in the realm of genocide.

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Ross Lorenson. (Cover artwork from Lorenson's 2008 album Standard Time: Live in New York)
Cabaret
Holli Harms

Russ Lorenson at The Triad

It was a New York night with Russ Lorenson at the Triad.  Artists flying in from all over, including Guatemala, for this one-night-only performance. All went out of their way to celebrate the release of Russ’s recording, “Standard Time: Live in New York.” He recorded the album at the Metropolitan Room back in 2008, with the original release date being 2009; however, due to circumstances, it was put on hold. Then he was diagnosed with tonsil cancer (he is now in total remission and doing great).

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Seth Sikes. (photo from SethSikes.net)
Cabaret
Holli Harms

Seth Sikes Come a Little Closer

Seth Sikes is one of the most prolific contemporary artists of our time with unlimited talent, magnetism and the absolute exhilaration he casts across whatever space in which he performs. He lifts everyone to a place where we feel the beauty of life. He is, simply put, the warmth and hope of sunshine.

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Mikel Murfi Trilogy. Photo by Gili Benita
Off Broadway
Holli Harms

Mikel Murfi Trilogy

Mikel Murfi is quite simply astonishing in this extraordinary performance of an ordinary life, a simple, beautiful life, the life of Pat Farnon.

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