SONYA SOBIESKI's latest play, Speak No Evil, a romantic comedy dystopian satire, will be produced by Alleyway Theatre in 2016. You can find out more about her at www,playwhisperer.com.
NOV 2015 | Theater
Men are pigs. But so are women. So says Caroline V. McGraw. In her plays, though, particularly Lesser America’s upcoming The Bachelors, the porcine male is more glaringly, luridly, hilariously on display.
NOV 2008 | Theater
The New York Neo-Futurists are doing something different this month. Their late-night staple, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, has delivered a new set of thirty plays in sixty minutes every weekend for four years.
SEPT 2005 | Theater
An eccentric comedy featuring an overachieving Girl Scout who wants to get into a good college, a Fencer who reads Machiavelli, a Clown of ambiguos gender, and a guy named Henry, Commedia is a stylized reminder that the treacherous environment of high school was only the opening salvo for the rest of one’s life. A New Georges production, it opens September 9th at the the Ohio Theater in SoHo .
JUN 2004 | Theater
Undine: No one seems troubled by the actual charges against me. No, the crime isnt being a criminal, its being broke. Its apparently against the law to be a poor black woman in New York City.
APRIL 2009 | Theater
A young woman alone, searching. An object suffused with memory. A stunning, desolate landscape. An ever-present loss. Stephanie Fleischmann has mined these themes for their melancholy beauty for nearly twenty years, increasingly seeking collaboration with artists versed in new technology to portray more effectively the ineffable on stage.
MAY 2005 | Theater
“Can’t Sleep, Clowns Will Eat Me.” We’ve all seen the T-shirt, and it rings true. But why? Aren’t clowns supposed to be cute and cuddly and friendly? Why do people fear clowns?
FEB 2004 | Theater
Scene One The Toadstool sings a song lamenting that his life is at a standstill. He cant go anywhere. He feels damp. An expansive fungus creeps in to enlighten the toadstool. Fungi can take over the world! The toadstool must spread his roots and travel to exotic places.
SEPT 2004 | Theater
This September, New Georges theater company will produce Manfest, a festival geared to challenge gender assumptions and spark conversations extending far beyond the events two week duration.