Bar habituates and Southern race riots are the subjects of this uproarious revival of radical, 1960’s-style political satires that skewer race relations.
The beloved, classic movie gets a tiresome performance art deconstruction. Multi-media, arch writing, exaggerated direction and superficial acting abound.
I journeyed to see him perform again with the belief that it could be the last time. As a long-time admirer, it was a memorable experience on many levels.
A 73-year-old, Aboriginal actor, ex-con and ex-junkie tells his harrowing and redemptive life story in this fascinating and dynamic performance art piece.
The NYC psychologist affiliated with Identity House, and who had a private practice, died on Christmas Day. A memorial tribute was held at the LGBT Center.
I once performed for two weeks in a disastrous Halloween show that was presented at a former Times Square porno palace. Joe Franklin came to see it.
This exhilarating recreation of the 1950’s cult performer’s nightclub act has a grand central performance, a dynamic jazz trio and an inventive script.
Harold Pinter’s enigmatic classic is wonderfully enhanced by a foreign cast with their delightful accents in this striking small-scale production.
The actor gave a powerful, personal and insightful speech during the Episcopal Actors’ Guild’s annual memorial service for deceased show business figures.
Jeremy Lawrence is spellbinding performing 17 songs, mostly in drag, in this haunting show that conveys the decadence and despair of Weimar Germany.