Located in Tribeca, the brand-new Drama League Theater Center will offer artists and audiences ways to enjoy being part of the theatrical community.
It’s hard to fathom what adapter-director Ben West, of UnsungMusicalsCo., is up to in this drastically revised version of the 1969 Broadway flop “The Fig Leaves Are Falling.”
The purpose of the workshop is to create “a learning environment for members to experiment, take risks and learn from moderators and other participants,” according to a press release.
David Greig’s “Midsummer [a play with songs],” from Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, wastes impressive theatrical resources on two losers slouching toward an uncertain relationship.
Paul David Young’s compassionate drama “In the Summer Pavilion” was a highlight of the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival and remains a quiet winner at 59E59 Theaters.
Beowulf Boritt is a Tony Award–nominated scenic designer who has designed sets for “The Scottsboro Boys,” “Grace,” “Chaplin,” “Rock of Ages,” and more. He designed the set for the musical of “Little Miss Sunshine,” which is playing at Manhattan’s Second Stage Theatre.
Robert Askins’ “P.S. Jones and the Frozen City,” from terraNOVA Collective, is delightful to look at but dizzying to follow, burdened by an ambitious but overstuffed plot.
Dukes and lords just yell at each other for most of The Production Company’s version of Shakespeare’s long, rarely performed history play.
The Vancouver-based actor tells Backstage about the upcoming Disney film and his rigorous pre-audition preparation for a role he knew almost nothing about.
Jerel Smith is just one of many actors cast through Backstage!