Poets Theater Final Call for Work 5/31/2014

Focus: Poets Theater, Poetics Theater, and poetic approaches to theater.

I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan 1/27/11

The Bare Bones Repertory Company will present its first reading of  2011 at 8:00 PM on Thursday, January 27th with “I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan“, a controversial new play by John Asastasi. It’s the story of Ray De Luso, a highly decorated Vietnam vet who – retired  from military service-has built a career as a passionately committed air traffic controller. […]

Call for Work: Boog Fest’s Poets’ Theater Deadline: 7/18/10

Event:  Sun. Sept. 26, 2010 Deadline Thurs. July 18, 2010. Curated by Gary Sullivan on Day 3 of the 4th annual Welcome to Boog City Festival Zinc Bar, 82 W. 3rd St., New York City Open reading period for submissions of plays. New playwrights encouraged, all welcome. Pieces should be no more than 10 minutes […]

Secrets of Gender-Blind Casting

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHZV-wadoDE&feature=player_embedded] Pre-performance interview with actress Beth Gwara and Director, Dr. Kathy Curtiss of Macbeth. Includes discussion of: feminism; gender blind casting; color blind casting; and Cate Blanchett’s performance as Bob Dylan in “I’m Not There”.

Super Bowl/Who excitment shuts down Twitter

Saints shut down Colts and Twitter Technology can’t keep up with everything. Twitter could not keep up with a whole country worth of Who fans*, Superbowl watchers, and Super Bowl partiers (face it, some people just go for the chips!). Here is what I got when I tried to log in to Twitter at 9:52pm: […]

Superbowl Sunday, The Who on stage: In March, The Who’s “Tommy” on Long Island

Who videos at bottom of post… KW: Hurrah! I am so excited. I do not have a TV. And, I barely care about football. But, I just found out that The Who will be performing at the Superbowl halftime show. Super cool! And, they are supposedly playing a mash-up that includes “Pinball Wizard” and the […]