Now acclaimed for her award-winning documentary theatre solo shows, back then she was a struggling actress and a charismatic and inspiring teacher.
Now retired at the age of 95, this distinguished man of the theater has been a stage manager for The Lunts, a director, an acting teacher and an author.
Carol Burnett performed her one-woman show in White Plains, in 2015. She’s undeniably wonderful, but the event was a disappointing series of misadventures.
How a 72 year-old, retired schoolteacher made her Broadway debut with Paul Newman in the 2002, revival of “Our Town,” where he played The Stage Manager.
These are some fond recollections of my time studying acting at HB Studio in the 1990’s with the venerable and delightful actress who died last year.
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.