A twisted, yet interesting Scarecrow at the Avery Schreiber

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BY PAULINE ADAMEK A lonely, oppressed farm girl, on the cusp on womanhood, develops a strange fascination in the cornfields in Don Nigro’s “Scarecrow,” a dark and twisted drama now playing at the Avery Schreiber Theatre in NoHo.  Cally … [Read more...]

Classic “Gaslight” staged at Theatre West

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BY PAULINE ADAMEK First staged in Britain in 1938, Patrick Hamilton’s moody period melodrama “Gaslight” was re-titled “Angel Street” and opened on Broadway in 1941, becoming the longest-running non-musical in Broadway history. The play was … [Read more...]

The Falcon’s “Oedipus The King, Mama!” a hilarious “must see” Elvis parody

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BY PAULINE ADAMEK Are You Lonesome Tonight? Need a Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action? If so, the Troubadour Theater Company is currently performing a twisted tragedy at the Falcon Theatre that might satisfy you. Oedipus The King, Mama! … [Read more...]