A New Lunatic Comedy, “The Singularity” Promises Plenty of Laughs, Absurdity and a Cast of Three Who Wear Many Hats – Cast Interview

“The Singularity” which opens July 30th at The Flea Theater in New York City promises plenty of laughs from this lunatic comedy written by Bay Area playwright, Crystal Jackson. Set in a dystopian future, Astrid, played by Laura Lundy-Paine is in her 40’s trying to find sperm to inseminate her as she races against the clock […] Click to read more »

Music Legend, Louis Armstrong’s Most Intimate Moments Unfold in “Satchmo At The Waldorf” By Myrdith Leon-McCormack

An Angel. The embodiment of Jazz music. A messenger from God. These are some of the phrases that have been used to describe Louis Armstrong. Born August 4, 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana, he grew to be a musician and singer. He could wail on the trumpet and was even called the American Shakespeare. Armstrong […] Click to read more »

Katori Hall’s play, “Hurt Village” is raw premise, writing, acting and directing

Katori Hall is a name you should  remember as she just wrapped her broadway production of “Mountaintop” about Martin Luther King Jr.,   starring Angela Bassett and Samuel Jackson. If you missed that you can see her play, “Hurt Village” which opens this week at the Signature Theatre that was also written by Hall and […] Click to read more »

Race, Class and Family are Presented with Intelligence and Plenty of Laughs in Lydia Diamond’s Broadway Debut of “Stick Fly” By Steve V. Rodriguez

“Stick Fly” which is presented and produced by Alicia Keys makes it’s Broadway debut after having it’s world premiere in Chicago’s Congo Square Theatre Company in 2006. The play went on to play in D.C and win awards in Los Angeles and New England for best direction, playwright, ensemble and new work. Playwright Lydia R. […] Click to read more »