Oui, Oui, Titanique @ The Asylum! GO!

Last week I busted downtown with a dedicated group of multi generational theater fans where we ended up LOL’ing – to the point of tears – our way through Titanique in the teeny dank and dark tiny basement theater of The Asylum…

Only in NYC…

Phewph. Just back from a 3 day whirlwind drama (of the finest variety) and fun filled NYC endurance theater jaunt. I was like a drunken sailor on a boat leave, collecting as many “only in NY” moments as I could as if I would be re-boarding my ship for another year and not just back in 2 weeks. I love NYC – really and truly and absolutely because only in NYC…

One of My Favorite Things: soft at the MCC Theater

When it comes to this theater group, I have so many favorite things. Most of my favorite things have to do with people interaction and the show going experiences, but the exercise of picking a show is also one of my favorite things. I really love unearthing and selecting shows that the group might not otherwise see or hear about, like soft @ the MCC…

Hamlet: A Most Definite TO BE Experience

The second Robert Icke’s modern, shiny, and multi sensory interpretation of Hamlet began I was enthralled and swept into the show from the very first minute to the last…

Grab Your Group & GO SEE Paradise Square!

I totally get why the Tony voters lavished Paradise Square with all sorts of voting love. We had a small, but committed frequent flyer group to see it last week and what a great experience it was…

Space Dogs – Grab Your Group & GO!

If you were to walk a single city block with me you would quickly observe (and perhaps be slightly annoyed) by my avid (rabid?) appreciation for the creatures on this earth that we call canines. Which is why when on the quest for off-Broadway offerings I dropped everything I was doing to get the group to Space Dogs…

Clyde’s & SIX on Broadway NOW – GO!

This past week we crept back, getting close to hitting our pre-pandemic numbers for theater attendance. As an exercise in collective effervescence the more people that are in the group for our audiences the higher the energy and the more rewarding the experience. This is a good and lovely thing and nothing makes me happier than energy bouncing around on the sidewalk as we prepare to enter the theater.

Quietly Going Back to the Theater with Letters of Suresh

If I had known what a powerful and perfect choice this play was for our group, I would have made more noise about it. You should go experience this play: the words, the premise, the creative use of lighting, and the super hard to pull off, but brilliantly performed monologues.

A New York State of Mind

For those of us who live in NYC, the city IS the star of all of our shows. We are all the supporting actors. I for one look forward to being back in the city soon in support of it and all it has to offer. Who is ready to support Broadway with me?

Please add my name to the waitlist!

Space does open up! When it does it’s often at the last minute. Will keep our fingers crossed. Would love to see you at this experience!