Hats off to Stephen Joshua Thompson in "One More Time with Malice"! Written by Rob Cardazone and directed by Eric Nightengale, it is set in the 1990s about fear, family, love and hope. Running Thursday, March 8th through Saturday, March 17th, it plays at The Robert Moss Theatre. Congratulations, Stephen!
Anthony Wayne has been busy! Congratulations to Anthony, a new company member of Broadway’s “Once On This Island: The Musical" as Swing covering the male ensemble tracks. Anthony has also created a brand new DIVAS Soul Concert called “Queens of Soul: A Tribute To Our Reigning Divas”. These performances will be at The Triad Theatre (158 W. 72nd Street) on April 7th and 8th with two shows only at 7pm for both days. You can buy tickets at www.ANTHONYKEN.com.
Congrats to MCS artist Alex Madigan for booking his first Broadway show! “Working with Ryan Tofil [Tues/Thurs night class] at MCS has not only changed my creative outlook but also my personal life. I’ve learned to let go of the personal judgement and self-control that I would bring into my work as an artist. Ryan has helped me expand my creativity, break down mental barriers, and go farther in taking risks than I ever thought I was capable of. Being at MCS is a life changing
I remember the first time I went to New York City. My parents took me on the ferry over from New Jersey and I remember staring into the murky brown water as it churned against the boat. Once we got onto the island I was too short to realize the enormity of what was around me, I only remember exhaust rising into the sunny air and taxis honking. I was scared but oddly exhilarated at the same time. Almost like the feeling of “Fuck Yeah!” as I climbed into the backseat of the
Congratulations to Elizabeth Kensek, for her role in THEATER 2020's (Brooklyn Heights' professional theater company) Stephen Sondheim/John Weidman musical "Assassins," in a limited run of 16 performances, Thursday, February 22nd - Sunday, March 25th, 2018. "With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by John Weidman, based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr., Assassins is not done as often as many of Sondheim's other musicals, perhaps due to the nature of the subject. I