Veteran Broadway actress Connie Day excellently portrays a invalid who overhears the plotting of a cold and brutal murder…her own…in Lucille Fletcher’s Sorry, Wrong Number.
Dreams and delusions come to an end in the final hours in Hello from Bertha, with Karen Sweeney (Bertha), Lorraine Serabian (Goldie) and Susan Case (Lina).
In Crawling Arnold by Jules Feiffer, it’s the social worker (Lin Snider) who gets the therapy by patient Arnold Enterprise (David Tyson).
In William Sayoran’s Hello Out There, the charge was rape, but his only crime was being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Ward Nixon portrays the gambler and Gloria Sauve plays Emily in Out of the Box Theatre’s Night of One Acts.
WHAT A SHOW!! Many thanks to the talents of a wonderful cast and crew, Ten Nights miraculously performed 12 shows. The ensemble expertly (and patiently) maneuvered 14 set changes, multiple, quick costume changes; juggled massive sets, props and special effects; and successfully staged a monumental musical melodrama. Ten Nights and 2007’s The Miser, with their […]
Marriage & Money is no laughing matter… Unless it’s Moliere, Mozart & OOtB’s hilarious production of… THE MISER at the Bank Street Theatre — 155 Bank Street, Greenwich Village, NYC, NYAdaptation by Miles Malleson.An Equity Showcase Production August 15 through 26, 2007 Wed 8/15 and Wed 8/22 @ 8pm Thurs 8/16 and Thurs 8/23 @ […]