Mummenschanz is “a testament to the power of wordless art and theater that is remains so fresh and can still captivate audiences for the first or the umpteenth time”, says Wickham Boyle from EDGE New York. Mummenschanz runs until November 30th at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. Get your tickets HERE.
Christine Andreas opened her new show, Love is Good, Tuesday evening at 54 Below, New York’s Supper Club. Stephen Holden of the New York Times writes of Ms. Andreas, “Her engagement with lyrics is so intense that carefully rehearsed theatrical gestures and changes of facial expression seem spontaneous. You feel you are her, living the song she is performing.” Read the whole New York Times review here!
Parenting correspondent Shelley Goldberg of New York News 1 recommends Mummenschanz as a great show for the whole family to enjoy. Mummenschanz is currently playing at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts at New York University. See the full coverage here!
Primary Stages, has announced its intention to initiate the “Off Broadway Oral History Project”, which seeks to create a video archive of interviews with the actors, directors, designers, producers, playwrights and theater founders who have participated in Off and Off Off Broadway since World War II. Read the story by the New York Times here.