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WHY WE LEFT BROOKLYN by Matthew Freeman
A darkly comic snapshot of an ambitious, aging, evangelically ethical, and heartbroken group who are navigating their own marriages, livelihoods, and sputtering dreams.
MAGIC KINGDOM by Cory Conley
A dramedy of a brother and sister fighting for direction and understanding in a theme park full of irresistible temptations, with a child caught in the struggle.
CHEMISTRY by Jacob Marx Rice
A pitch black and piercingly insightful comedy about being crazy in love.
United Solo 2014
Vivian Nesbitt, Dan Kublick and Tyler Grimes (writer/performer, performer and writer) talk about their solo shows, the festival, their history and much more. And you will get to hear the opening of two of the shows.
Interviews with ITN Playwrights
MY FIRST AUTOGRACE HOMEOGRAPHY (1973-74) DIRECTED BY IAN W. HILL AT THE BRICK By Julia Lee Barclay-Morton
The theme of this interview is "Theater is Political".
THE WORLD PREMIERE OF IN THE BONES AT THE ASTORIA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER By Cody Daigle
The theme of this interview is "Mounting a Production".
MY PLAY, 3,000 REASONS WILL BE PRESENTED AS PART OF CORE ARTIST ENSEMBLE'S "TWISTED SHORTS" By Robin Rothstein
The theme of this interview is "Writing About Real People and Historical Events".
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Ian W. Hill of GeminiCollisionworks directing MY FIRST AUTOGRACE HOMEOGRAPHY (1973-74) at The Brick Nov. 14-22!
Having come to writing stage text as a director, it is a great pleasure to have found a brilliant director who wants to direct one of my most personal, densest texts about a traumatic time not only for me but the USA (1973-1974). Hit the rewind button and come on down to The Brick!
posted by Julia Lee Barclay-Morton · Oct 30, 2014
Jona Tarlin on Spacebar: A Broadway Play by Kyle Sugarman
Maybe I am reading too much into the character of Kyle Sugarman (the play certainly invites it) but I bet that the Michael Mitnick who wrote Spacebar: A Broadway Play By Kyle Sugarman a few years ago is very different than the Michael Mitnick who gave it a polish for its New York Premiere at The Wild Project (now thru November 9th).
posted by nytheater now · Oct 30, 2014
Ed Malin on Bedlam Nightmares: Execution Day
The time has come to put the nightmare theater series The Blood Brothers Present to bed. Now, at the Brick, you can see the final collection of short plays by Nat Cassidy, Mariah MacCarthy, and Mac Rogers featuring these pale, bloody eyed, brutally honest, and generally brutal characters.
posted by nytheater now · Oct 27, 2014