ANDI STOVER is a playwright/dramaturg who is a founding member of LiveFeedNYC, a site-specific performance company. She is a also a professor and the Literary Manager for the Department of Theatre and Dance at Montclair State University.
MAR 2017 | Theater
Current images of protesters filling the streets recall earlier eras of dissent, namely the 1960s, when the Civil Rights Movement, the anti-war movement, and second-wave feminists flooded the streets with people determined to change civil discourse.
OCT 2016 | Theater
The shadows grow longer as the harvest moon rises above a glittering skyline, signaling the approach of fall, a time of civic rituals that have become synonymous with life in New YorkFashion Week, Little Italy’s San Gennaro Festival, the Columbus Day Parade, culminating in the jewel in the crown of our city’s autumn bacchanalia: Halloween.
SEPT 2016 | Theater
As Cats claws its way back to Broadway and producers rub their palms envisioning yet another billion-dollar season, creator/director Joshua William Gelb and producer Moe Yousuf know now is the perfect time to reanimate the theatrical behemoth that started it all: Charles M. Barras’s 1866 marvel, The Black Crook.
DEC 10-JAN 11 | Theater
The Working Theater has spent the past 25 years producing theater that focuses on the struggles of ordinary people. Their newest production, opening in January on Theater Row, is Stefanie Zadravecs Honey Brown Eyes (Helen Hayes Award recipient for Best Play 2009).