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Backstage with Richard Ridge: GREAT COMET Bad Boy Lucas Steele Talks the Evolution of Anatole Backstage with Richard Ridge: GREAT COMET Bad Boy Lucas Steele Talks the Evolution of Anatole
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - March 05, 2017

In the opening song of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, audiences quickly learn that Anatole (who spends his money on women and wine) is hot. When Lucas Steele hits the stage at the Imperial Theatre, however, he brings a lot more depth to a character that he not only created, but has been playing in various incarnations over the past five years. Below, watch as Richard Ridge checks in with Steele about the evolution of Anatole, his relationship with his costars, and so much more!... (more...)

BWW Interviews: A Chat with Bay Street's Artistic Director Scott Schwartz BWW Interviews: A Chat with Bay Street's Artistic Director Scott Schwartz
by Melissa Giordano - April 22, 2015 in Long Island

The Hamptons theatre scene will be getting the Summer started early this year as Sag Harbor's Bay Street Theatre will be holding their Second Annual New Works Festival. Being held this weekend, April 24th through 26th, preparations are in full swing for some exciting new works to be displayed in a t... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Long Island Theatre's STAR Shines Bright BWW Interviews: Long Island Theatre's STAR Shines Bright
by Brian Rivera - January 12, 2015 in Long Island

Companies like STAR find themselves drowning in a sea of a million and one LI amateur productions thrown together to make a quick buck. In contrast, STAR is adamant in their goal of being innovative with their respective approach to each show, while also creating an aesthetically pleasing theatrical... (more...)
BWW Interviews: A Chat With Playwrights Karl Hinze and Becky Goldberg BWW Interviews: A Chat With Playwrights Karl Hinze and Becky Goldberg
by Melissa Giordano - July 31, 2014 in Long Island

It is my pleasure to speak to Long Island playwrights Karl Hinze and Becky Goldberg. They have a wonderful new show reading at The New York Musical Theatre Festival and were kind enough to take time to speak with me today!... (more...)
BWW Interviews: A Chat With Playwright Claude Solnik BWW Interviews: A Chat With Playwright Claude Solnik
by Melissa Giordano - April 18, 2014 in Long Island

Lady from Limerick is an up and coming play by playwright Claude Solnik. The story, based on actual events, is about an Irish woman who tells her husband that she's going to a conference but instead travels to New York. It is a play about beauty, passion, betrayal and the desire to be young forever.... (more...)