2017: Desire, Ask, Believe, Receive + 1 More

My personal mantra for a long time. There’s also this: Be in action. If there is something that’s calling to you and you have yet to do it, then place an intention (desire), give it to the universe (ask), know that it will come to be (believe) and then wait for it to manifest (receive)….

I am Woman but I am not Roaring…

I had the privilege to moderate a panel on gender parity  at Salon Creative Lounge (presented by International Women Artists’ Salon). Nine women from different disciplines shared the statistics of women who work in their field; how women continue to experience discrimination in the workplace; and how some of our male counterparts are unaware of this….

Downtown Urban Arts Festival Features Joe Gulla & The Bronx Queen

    Playwright’s Name: Joe Gulla   Tell us about your latest project:  “The Bronx Queen” is the first chapter of my “Bronx Queen Trilogy”! It is the story of my young life as a gay boy growing up in an Italian working-class section of the Bronx. The title is not as simple as it…

Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams

The lights come up on an inviting bed/sitting room with French doors opening out to a view of a magnificent plantation. This sets the tone for those familiar with a Tennessee Williams play.  You are invited to observe the web of secrets, deception, and shame and they begin with the opening lines between Maggie and…

Review: The Extraordinary Fall of the Four-Legged Woman by Lily Ali-Oshatz

“Freaks raised to nobility” sings M the Ringmaster. It’s the timeless tale of boy meets four-legged girl. However, who’s the freak?  Fans of Side Show and American Horror Story: Freak Show will love this a cappella musical. Based on the true story of Myrtle Corbin, played by Madeline Bugeau-Heartt, the musical is about a woman who…

Meet Megan Minutillo

Name: Megan Minutillo What’s your current project: thewriteteachers.com (ongoing), The Ugly Christmas Sweater Soiree, LOVE SONGS for VDay, DUETS with The Write Teacher(s), H… Why and how are you involved? I’m the founder of the website, I’m the producer/director of the three concerts, and I wrote H. Website/Facebook/Twitter Handle: www.meganminutillo.com, no public Facebook page, but I’m on as Megan…

Meet Joan Becht Willette

 Name: Joan Becht Willette What’s your current project: “The Enchanted Goddess: Literary Creative Arts Series” is my dream project come true! I believe that women are born creators and that we transform our lives in creative community.  There is a monthly “The Enchanted Goddess Writing Workshop” for new and emerging writers. This is where we gather and break…

Jennifer Ho-Dougatz is in the Limelight

Name: Jennifer Ho-Dougatz Current Project: Big Girl Panties Why/ How I am involved: Host and Producer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bgppodcast Website: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/pk/podcast/big-girl-panties/id986646191?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/big-girl-panties  

NYNW Theatre Festival: Meet Davis Alianiello & Make Your Acquaintance

Davis Alianiello is from Providence, RI. His plays have been performed by schools and colleges in nineteen states, Canada, Scotland, Ireland, and Jordan. Make Your Acquaintance is about terrible people having lunch. Some of them die; others fall in love, one with a pair of pants. It’s about following your dreams, meaning both your goals…

August 2015 = Theatre Festivals

And what that means is that there’s a lot running from theatre to theatre seeing the best of what Indie theatre has to offer. Over the next month, I’ll be rolling out some amazing shows that are running at the New York Theatre Festival as well as at the NY International Fringe Festival. My upcoming…

Free in NYC? Yes, Please

It’s Tuesday. The 4th of July is coming upon us. Here are some fun things to do for FREE! Check out NYCGO. They have my favorite list:  Museums that are “either always free, free on specific days of the week or free for select hours”.  NYC.gov offers the best of what’s happening. This week’s latest…

My Three Hats: Producer, Director, Publicist

Over the last few weeks, I have had several conversations on my contribution to the world of theatre. My favorite description of my experience is one I use in many a bio: She’s served the theatre in many aspects of which she’s very proud – actress, director, producer, stage manager, costume designer, prop designer, theatre reviewer, publicist,…