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All the proceeds from the gala will benefit Labyrinth Theater Company s play development programs and productions. Last week, Amanda was spotted taking a jog to the gym with a water bottle in her hand.
Mr. Clement worked with stars like Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, and had a long association with Charley Pride. Ms. Black, who was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress, later seemed to specialize in horror movies and
That was my arc at the Cherry Lane Theater on Tuesday evening, the opening night of Mando Alvarado's new drama, Basilica. Presented by Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and directed by Jerry Ruiz, this two-hour production occupies a tightly bounded
True to company form, a terrific LAB cast helmed by Philip Seymour Hoffman applies the house's top-notch performance treatment to A Family for All Occasions. But it would be a stretch to characterize Bob Glaudini's new play as inventive. Unlike Jack
Troupe Is Said to Be Seeking New Leaders Published: February 4, 2013 Labyrinth Theater Company, which rose to prominence Off Broadway during the 2000s under the leadership of the actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and John Ortiz, has gone on to suffer a
When you call a play "The Mother- With the Hat," you must know it's going to get a lot of attention, good and bad. West Village theater in New York City with fewer than 100 seats. As an artistic director of New York's Labyrinth Theater company, a
That could work, but in this case the trouble is threefold: (1) That momentous flashback, one with nothing less than the fate of the world on the brink, burns so much hotter and brighter than the smaller-stakes day-in-the-life-of-a-bar play built
Regular readers know that I am a strong advocate for forgiving mistakes, especially in clinical settings where systemic problems are often at play, causing errors to occur. Notwithstanding that, in art, literature, and science, there is a place for
Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Kevin Corrigan, left, and Dominic Fumusa in Brett C...The nonaction begins as the glum, abusive paterfamilias, Charlie (Bob Glaudini), enters the lower-middle-class living room set (kudos, at least, to the designer
A Labyrinth Theater Company presentation of a play in two acts by David Bar Katz...With known names Ellen Burstyn and John Glover as the parents from hell, show is fitfully funny -- until it gets serious and becomes the very thing it presumes to mock.