Archive for the ‘Opening Night’ Category

The Legacy of Dick Gregory: Get To Know The Man Who Inspired TURN ME LOOSE!

Tonight’s the night: Turn Me Loose is officially opening Off-Broadway! Do yourself a favor, and get to the Westside Theatre to see this masterful work presented by award-winning musician John Legend and Get Lifted Film Co. In the words of Sandy Kenyon (WABC-TV NEWS), it’s “better than almost anything you can see in any theater!” Photo: […]

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A Precious Gem Arrives at Lincoln Center: PEARL

What are you doing August 27–30? Well, whatever you’ve got going on, you’ll need to clear your calendar for at least one of those evenings because we’ve got something you can’t miss. PEARL, a multi-cultural dance play based on the life of Pearl S. Buck, is having its world premiere at Lincoln Center and it […]

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Top Five Reasons to See Theatre in the Summer!

Sure, you can see amazing theatre all year long—this is New York City after all—but for a truly magical theatre-going experience, nothing outshines the sunny season. Here are five reasons why seeing theatre in the summer is the best! 1. Theatre Outside! (Photo via TimeOut.com) Break free from the confines of walls and ceilings! Just […]

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Tail! Spin! Strategy Report: The Election Day Campaign

As an advertising and marketing agency, we love a good campaign. So when Election Day arrived last November while we were working on Tail! Spin!, the hilarious comedy about the sex scandals of our political leaders, we hit the ground running. We capitalized on the fortuitous occasion by creating a strategy that would put our big ideas […]

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Hey World, Have You Met Bert Berns?

If you didn’t know who Bert Berns was last week, there’s a pretty good chance you do now! Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story— you know, “the best new musical of the summer” (The Jewish Forward)– had a really big week. The show opened on Monday, officially introducing the world to the man who […]

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Beyond Therapy Opens at Theatre Row

The Actors Company Theatre has a new show at Theatre Row and it’s totally rad. The hilariously zany, perfectly crazy, 1982 comedy Beyond Therapy opened last night and you have to go see it. Here are five reasons why: 1.  Christopher Durang wrote it. Know who he is? Of course you do. He’s the king of wacky, absurdist […]

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Nothing To Hide Opens Off-Broadway

Nothing to Hide opened Off-Broadway last night at the Pershing Square Signature Center, and we were there. Award-winning magicians Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães amazed the audience with a series of vignettes that used barely more than a simple deck of cards and brought the crowd to their feet. The after-party was held around the corner at Yotel, where guests […]

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MAZEL TOV! “STILL JEWISH AFTER ALL THESE YEARS” OPENS AT STAGE 72

It’s been 15 years since Avi Hoffman and New York City shared an evening of songs and stories together. Now, he returns with Still Jewish After All These Years, and according to the audience reaction at Monday’s opening, New Yorkers couldn’t be happier. Hoffman’s one-man show about his “meshugene life in the theater” enthralled the […]

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I Forgive You Ronald Reagan Opens on Theatre Row!

I Forgive You Ronald Reagan was cleared for takeoff this week when it officially opened on Theatre Row. The story is captivating and inherently human: a family dealing with the aftereffects of a political gamble they lost decades ago. It is a glimpse into a moment in American history we thought we knew. PJ Benjamin […]

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