The acclaimed NYC vocalist triumphed in his retrospective show that was smartly directed by Jeff Harnar and gloriously accompanied by The Tom Nelson Trio.
This vividly performed Larry David-style comedy of revenge is a highlight of a program of accomplished short plays presented by the Chain Theatre.
Cynthia Nixon is ferocious as an egotistical performance artist and Taylor Trensch is fearless as her gay son in this haunting high-tech family drama.
An uproarious 1950’s show business spoof with plentiful “All About Eve” references that is performed by a dynamic cast; a Broadway diva is a man in drag.
A mystical donkey (a fabulous life-sized puppet) figures in this riotous farce set in a Bogotá “erotic resort” where private U.S. forces are on a mission.
A trio of grand actors recite poetry and interact at a bar in Nyack, New York, as a dystopian scenario emerges outside in this stimulating presentation.
A happily married Black couple’s 31st anniversary celebration is complicated by the arrival of the wife’s two sisters in this entrancing domestic drama.
Gabby Beans is sensational as a woman from a dysfunctional background who triumphs over adversity in this stylized theatrical saga spanning over 20 years.
Peter Friedman and Sydney Lemmon are awesome in this cryptic, topical and theatrical psychological thriller about a therapist and a troubled tech worker.
Bina Sharif and Kevin Mitchell Martin vividly portray two Manhattan tramps in Sharif’s latest existential two-character one-act play.