Review: The Other Mozart with Jody Christopherson

"I'm only my brother's pupil." Once upon time before my foray into theatre, I was a singer who studied music and eventually majored in music for 2 years before I realized that it wasn't my calling. My inspiration: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He's my favorite composer. He's brilliant. I was sad that I missed The Other … Continue reading Review: The Other Mozart with Jody Christopherson

Meet Christin Eve Cato & El Coqui Espectacular and The Bottle of Doom

Name: Christin Eve Cato What is your current project? El Coqui Espectacular and The Bottle of Doom Where are you performing it and why is it the right fit for your piece? The Julia de Burgos Center for Culture & Performing Arts in El Barrio. This neighborhood is so fitting for the play since it … Continue reading Meet Christin Eve Cato & El Coqui Espectacular and The Bottle of Doom

Meet Matt Barbot & El Coquí Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom

Name: Matt Barbot What is your current project? A production of my play, El Coquí Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom Where are you performing it and why is it the right fit for your piece? It's an honor to bring this play, which is so much about cultural identity and struggling to find a place, … Continue reading Meet Matt Barbot & El Coquí Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom

Meet Rob Reese & Ciphered Bridges: A Cipher-Art Performance by Køvvånng

Name: Rob Reese What is your current project? Ciphered Bridges: A Cipher-Art Performance by Køvvånng Where are you performing it and why is it the right fit for your piece? This goes up at The Idio Gallery in Bushwick, which is a champion gallery and performance space that fosters iconoclastic arts. One doesn't get any more … Continue reading Meet Rob Reese & Ciphered Bridges: A Cipher-Art Performance by Køvvånng

NEW YORK NEW WORKS THEATRE FESTIVAL FINALS GALA: OCTOBER 5 2016,

***World Without End*** by Allison Zajac-Batell In the new play World Without End, a grieving mother meets her widowed daughter-in-law for the first time. The two women struggle to find solace in one another despite what their disparate faiths might allow. ***Flesh & Spirit*** by Sara McDermott Jain & Steven Skeels Michael, a priest, begins … Continue reading NEW YORK NEW WORKS THEATRE FESTIVAL FINALS GALA: OCTOBER 5 2016,