If you are involved in theater in any way than you have likely seen the name Samuel French on a script or two. Well now Samuel French is giving you the opportunity to have on of your very own plays published as part of their 41st Annual Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival. That is the good news. The bad news that the contest started in December. However, there are still a few days left in to submit your play before the February 12 deadline. Check out the report below for more information on the Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival and how to enter.
A brief run of the comedic play by Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers touches down at The Producers' Club.
A one-woman show explores the life of Mozart's sister Nannerl and asks, 'How could we have lost the other Mozart?'
The monthlong festival returns after a two-year absence to merge true comic book history with "real" old and "fake" new heroes in over 20 events.
But Off- or Off-Off Broadway shows were shut out in the Play and Musical categories.
A cast of five wielded an impressive arsenal of Shakespearean acting ability, improv skills, and the charisma and charm that are absolutely necessary to pull off this kind of mingling-with-the-audience stunt theater.
The run of 'May Violets Spring: A New Story for a New Ophelia' has been extended through May 3 at Joria Productions Theatre.
And now we end it all with Act II, Scenes 6 & 7. Or, as Daniel W. Bumgardner writes below: "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here" and "Butterfly."
Granted, we've already shared the Quickie playbill for critic, playwright and Lower East Side (now West Village) habitué Marc Spitz's newest production, 'Revenge and Guilt.' With this his first time in the director's chair, of course, we were stoked. But then Spitz, ever the antagonist, posted the following seven photos to the play's Facebook page.
We carry on, then, with Act II, Scenes 4 & 5. Or, as Bumgardner (via Rivers Cuomo) is wont to call 'em: "Pink Triangle" and "Falling for You."
A concert narrative in dramatic form (itself after Puccini's 'Butterfly'), so far, Classicalite has published the entire first act of Daniel Bumgardner's 'You've Got My Song: The [unofficial] Weezer Musical.' And we couldn't be more proud about it.
A concert narrative in dramatic form--based on Giacomo Puccini's 'Madama Butterfly,' itself--we've come to the end of Act 1. (Or, as Bumgardner calls these sixth and seven scenes, "You Won't Get with Me Tonight" and "Across the Sea.")
Classicalite continues, then, with Act 1, Scenes 4 & 5. Or, as Daniel Bumgardner writes below: "No Other One" and "Why Bother?"
We continue with Act I, Scenes 2 & 3. Or, as Bumgardner writes below: "Getchoo" and "Susanne."
We begin with Act I, Scene 1. Or, as Bumgardner writes below: "Tired of Sex."