Gene's Restaurant in Manhattan's Greenwich Village. Courtesy
Sora Vernikoff

Gene’s Italian Restaurant

NEW YORK – Gene’s Italian Restaurant, for the perfect Chicken Toscano, a feast for the eyes and delightful culinary experience.

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

Grief Hotel

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

A scene from The Animal Kingdom. Photo by Emilio Madrid
Off Broadway
Tulis McCall

The Animal Kingdom

The Animal Kingdom by Ruby Thomas, now at the Connelly Theatre, is a pressure cooker of a play that glides by in a flash – Sam (Uly Schlesinger) has recently tried to kill himself and is now in an institution of some sort for his own safety and may be in a place where he might find some surcease.

Andre Royo in Audible Theater's production of "Drinking in America," written by Eric Bogosian and directed by Mark Armstrong. Off-Broadway / Minetta Lane Theatre (18 Minetta Lane, NYC). Photo (c) Jeremy Daniel
Off Broadway
Victoria L. Dammer

Drinking in America

Royo delivered a resounding performance, transforming into over 12 characters experiencing the stages of alcoholism and its effects on each character’s interaction with himself and others. At times, it’s hard to tell who Man is, as his toxic masculinity dominates and elevates with the abuse of alcohol.

Britt Genelin as Catherine in a scene from Washington Square. Photo by Pavel Antonov
Off Broadway
Edward A Kliszus

Washington Square at the Axis Theatre

The cast, setting, dramatization, and well-crafted script evoked yearning, hope, sadness, heartache, and disillusionment. Sharp’s adaptation explored family, love, and social status themes as Catherine navigated whether to follow her heart or obey her father’s wishes. The audience was inexorably drawn into a story conveyed through a 90-minute production in a seemingly virtual moment.

A scene from Julian Fleisher/Under the Radar, running on January 17 at The Public Theater as part of The Public’s 18th Annual Under the Radar Festival. Photo Credit/ Courtesy of The Public Theater and Mihwa Lee
Off Broadway
Edward A Kliszus

Field of Mars

Existentialism seemed to dominate undertones dealing with the passage of time, mechanically repeating the practices of our predecessors, and our insignificance in the vastness of the universe and history.

Laura Benanti at the Minetta Lane Theater


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