Meet Jamie Aderski & Cry Baby: My (Reluctant) Journey Into Motherhood

Name: Jamie Aderski What is your current project? Cry Baby: My (Reluctant) Journey Into Motherhood Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production? I am performing my 50 minute solo show on the Mainstage at The Peoples Improv Theater. It’s a large stage, but comfortable with a lot…

Meet Selena Coppock & Seen Better Days

Name: Selena Coppock What is your current project? This week I released my debut standup comedy album, SEEN BETTER DAYS (Little Lamb Recordings) and it spent two days as #1 on iTunes in the comedy category! It’s been a long time coming and I’m very proud of it. I recorded it at The Duplex in…

Meet Sarah Naughton and Trapped In The Closet

Name: Sarah Naughton What is your current project? Trapped In The Closet Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production? We’re performing at Feinstein’s/54Below. Our show is a cabaret, so it doesn’t get much better than 54Below when that’s your medium. And we actually developed our show there,…

Meet Mimi Fischer & A Late Bloomer

Name: Mimi Fischer What is your current project? A Late Bloomer Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production? The People’s Improv Theater (Striker) at 123 East 24th Street.  Playing as part of SoloCOM and it’s a solo comedy show of new work written expressly for the…

Review: Pericles: Born in a Tempest

Photo by Al Foote III Theatrical Photography Honoring the Past and Present Pericles is one of Shakespeare’s plays I haven’t read so Hunger & Thirst Theatre (with The Guerilla Shakespeare Project) presentation Pericles: Born in a Tempest was ideal storytelling for me. A play within a play, Pericles is stripped to the essentials with a reimagining…

Meet Chelsea White and Erin Leafe & Ghosted Stories Podcast

Name: Chelsea White & Erin Leafe What is your current project? Ghosted Stories podcast What’s your next episode? Ep. 55: A Relationship Guy Ghosting w/ Claire Burns This week on Ghosted Stories, Chelsea and Erin chat with comedian, actor and host Claire Burns about getting ghosted by a guy who acted like they were in a…

And Another One:Midtown International Theatre Festival Ends After 18 Seasons

Of course, I am flooded with emotions. Of course, I understand. To my indie artists, dig deep, find a way, continue to create. Midtown International Theatre Festival Ends After 18 Season NY, NY – Broadway World News Desk – Creator and executive producer of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, John Chatterton, announced today that he…

Review: Synching Ink

Dancing and Spitting Rhymes to Find Your Voice By Irene Hernandez Before entering The Sam Theater, to see the play Synching Ink at The Flea Theater, I, along with the other audience members, had to pay the bouncer (Elisha Lawson) with participation – responding to his calls to clap, stomp and complete his chants with…

BroadwayCon Announces Initial Programming for Industry Day

Anthony Rapp is one of the creators of BroadwayCon, which just announced an initial slate of panels for its Industry Day. (© David Gordon) BroadwayCon announced initial programming for BroadwayCon Industry Day. Curated by the digital marketing firm Situation, BroadwayCon Industry Day will bring together industry leaders and professionals with a wide array of expertise…

Meet Zoe Lau

Name: Zoe Lau What’s next for you? I’ll be hosting a new webisode called ‘Broadway 101’ with a Non-Profit theatre organization, Lotus Lee Foundation who is partnered with Lotus Lee Drama Studios, a pioneer of theatre in China. ‘Broadway 101’ is a video series that introduces Broadway and New York working artists to the Chinese audience….

Meet Patrick Johnnie & This Sinking Island

  Name: Patrick Johnnie What is your current project? This Sinking Island Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production? I believe it’s a good fit for the production because it is proven to be a safe space for artist to cultivate their creative talents. What’s next…