Marx, performed by Brian Jones on March 6 at New York City’s Ethical Culture Society, appears to us after having accidentally ended up in Soho, New York City, instead of Soho, London. This Marx invites the audience to look beyond – deeper into the ethos surrounding Marx’s renowned socialist political theory within a contemporary context.
Category: Performance Art
Dan Via is the playwright and actor starring in Daddy, a new play about gay relationships, currently running at TBG Arts Center’s Mainstage Theatre through Februrary 13. I was able to get the inside scoop from this handsome writer, who is currently based in Park Slope, as the show was kicking off.
Matthew Maher is a brave man. Along with three other members of the Civilians investigative theater troupe, based here in Brooklyn, Mr. Maher interviewed his parents about their marriage and subsequent divorce for a new project entitled You Better Sit Down: Tales From My Parents’ Divorce.
The show will run at Galapagos Art Space in Dumbo from November 12-14 and will be filmed and edited for online release. Mr. Maher will portray his own parents’ story, as will fellow actors Caitlin Miller, Jennifer Morris and Robbie Sublett. The show, director Anne Kauffman, aims to be a unique event in the world of theater, and promises to “reveal the stories behind the statistics.” Mr. Maher tells us about it, after the jump.
Playwright and native New Yorker Danny Hoch knows where the money is, and he’s showing everyone.