Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Lombardi Case 1975 at Live in Theater

The Lombardi Case 1975 at Live in Theater

The daughter of a politician is killed on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in a drug-infested squat.  You and the rest of the patrons attending the “show” become rookie cops in order to solve the interactive murder mystery.  In small groups, we scour the streets searching for people and information.  At the end of… Continue Reading

Fuerza Bruta

Fuerza Bruta

Fuerza Bruta is a 70 minute show with stunning visual effects.  It gives you a 360 degree experience while a DJ spins songs.  The audience moves around the space to witness people doing interesting things.  We see a man running as fast as he can on a treadmill and flying through moving walls.  Women are… Continue Reading

Interview with actor Brad Frenette

Interview with actor Brad Frenette

Brad Frenette is a name to look out for.  At a young age he started acting in community theater and then transitioned to professional at the age of fifteen.  Brad attended Penn State and received his Actors Equity card the summer after he graduated.  In October, he sets out for a six month tour of… Continue Reading

“American Games” a new play by Kevin H. Slack

“American Games” a new play by Kevin H. Slack

Each year, The Araca Project selects groups from Syracuse University, the University of Michigan, Florida State University and Northwestern University to participate in a Producing Intensive.  At the end of the project, the students perform Off-Broadway at the American Theatre of Actors. This year, “Five Point Productions”, was selected for their show “American Games”, a… Continue Reading

“Yankee Wives” by David Rimmer

“Yankee Wives” by David Rimmer

“Yankee Wives“, a play written and directed by David Rimmer, tells the story of six women whose husbands play for the New York Yankees.  The show brings us inside the wives lounge where we learn about sex, scandal, drinking and the way that the women cope with all of it.  The set was simple, just… Continue Reading

Cinderella: Broadway

Cinderella: Broadway

“Cinderella” is perhaps the most classic fairy tale that young children grow up reading.  The story has been reworked many times by Walt Disney, Stephen Sondheim and others.  The Broadway production has a new plot with twists and turns that stray from the familiar narrative and create some surprisingly new elements. Without giving too much… Continue Reading

Interview: “Be a Good Little Widow”

Interview: “Be a Good Little Widow”

On a breezy Tuesday afternoon outside of a Starbucks, I sat down with Co-Producers and actresses Chris Holliday and Aamira Welthy to talk about their upcoming off-off Broadway show, “Be a Good Little Widow.”  The next morning Director, Elena Araoz took a break from another project to do a phone call with me.  They were… Continue Reading