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  • Advice

    Staying Fresh and Alive With Theater for One

    Ana Margineanu, director of the recent “Hotel Project,” discusses the ways in which performers and spectators feed and replenish one another.

  • News

    Actors Tackle Parody and 11 o’clock Numbers in ‘Forbidden Broadway’

    Three years after it closed in New York, the long-running Off-Broadway revue “Forbidden Broadway” is making a comeback. The newest edition, which parodies past and present Broadway musicals, opens Sept. 6 for a limited run.

  • Reviews

    The Jungle Book

    Playwright and shadow-puppet designer Megan O’Brien’s adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book,” from Theatre East, is a charming 45 minutes of theater for all ages.

  • Reviews


    Writer-performer Steven Strafford’s “Methtacular!” breaks no new ground in the genre of drug-addiction narratives but still feels fresh and funny, thanks to his charming presence and musical comedy style.

  • Reviews

    The Changeling

    Director Dave Barton’s outstanding new adaptation of Thomas Middleton and William Rowleys’ 1622 tragedy “The Changeling,” at Long Beach Playhouse, proves accessible and timely.

  • Reviews

    No Love

    Andrew Osborne’s hapless new comedy “No Love,” at the Eclectic Company Theatre, lacks reason, a point, and performances and production values that might mitigate its inadequacies.

  • Reviews

    The Fantasticks

    Theatre West’s production of Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s “The Fantasticks,” the world’s longest-running musical, is lighthearted and endearing though sometimes wanting vocally.

  • Reviews

    Hot Mess in Manhattan

    “Hot Mess in Manhattan,” a “Sex and the City”–inspired one-act musical by Cait and Meggie Doyle that’s part of the Araca Project, shows promise and has a sweet but cheeky spirit.

  • Advice

    Jaspal Binning (Slideshow)

    Backstage member Jaspal Binning is a British Indian actor who moved to NYC to study acting at NYFA, and has recently joined the Flea Theater's The Bats. Binning is now starring in "Job" at the Flea Theater in New York.

  • Reviews

    Space Captain: Captain of Space!

    Jeff Sproul’s hilariously campy “Space Captain: Captain of Space!,” from No Tea Productions, employs hokey video effects and a bombastic style to lampoon 1930s sci-fi serials.