Roger Martin

Roger Martin Born and educated in New Zealand. Journalist and radio announcer. Fighter pilot Royal Canadian Air Force. Eastern Air Lines Captain. Actor: AEA, SAG (council member), AFTRA. Playwright: DGA. Carbonell Judges' Committee six years. Carbonell Awards Show Co-producer and MC. Fifty plus years Miami-Dade resident.


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BWW Review: CROOKED at Thinking Cap TheatreBWW Review: CROOKED at Thinking Cap Theatre
Posted: Sep. 24, 2018


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BWW Review: QUEEN OF BASEL at Miami New DramaBWW Review: QUEEN OF BASEL at Miami New Drama
Posted: Apr. 20, 2018


BWW Review: THE BIG BANG at Actors' PlayhouseBWW Review: THE BIG BANG at Actors' Playhouse
Posted: Aug. 3, 2018


BWW Review: FUN HOME at Zoetic StageBWW Review: FUN HOME at Zoetic Stage
Posted: Apr. 20, 2018


BWW Review: CROOKED at Thinking Cap TheatreBWW Review: CROOKED at Thinking Cap Theatre
Posted: Sep. 24, 2018


BWW Review: I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD at GableStageBWW Review: I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD at GableStage
Posted: Jun. 24, 2018


BWW Review: MOST WANTED at Theatre LabBWW Review: MOST WANTED at Theatre Lab
Posted: Dec. 10, 2017


BWW Review: CROOKED at Thinking Cap TheatreBWW Review: CROOKED at Thinking Cap Theatre
September 24, 2018

CROOKED covers the tragedies with laughter. But the sadness is always there. Why not? There's madness in the house.

BWW Review: THE BIG BANG at Actors' PlayhouseBWW Review: THE BIG BANG at Actors' Playhouse
August 3, 2018

The two have written THE BIG BANG, a twelve hour presentation of the history of the world and need $83 billion to produce the show. So they hold an investors' audition in a Manhattan proctologist's luxurious apartment, playing all the roles themselves.

BWW Review: BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO at Stage DoorBWW Review: BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO at Stage Door
July 25, 2018

And as a farewell to the old farm, they're running that paean to the Catskills, 'Breaking Up Is Hard To Do'. And of course it's all about love, this revue of Neil Sedaka's 18 finest, set at Esther's Paradise Resort.

BWW Review: I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD at GableStageBWW Review: I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD at GableStage
June 24, 2018

Halley Feiffer wrote 'I'm Gonna Pray For You So Hard'. She's the daughter of Jules Feiffer, cartoonist, playwright, author, screenwriter. Make of that what you will.

BWW Review: QUEEN OF BASEL at Miami New DramaBWW Review: QUEEN OF BASEL at Miami New Drama
April 20, 2018

An adaptation of Strindberg's classic MISS JULIE, this new play written by Hilary Bettis at the behest of New Drama's artistic director, Michael Hausman, has Miss Julie as an arrogant Miami socialite, interested only in pleasure and adulation.

BWW Review: FUN HOME at Zoetic StageBWW Review: FUN HOME at Zoetic Stage
April 20, 2018

Zoetic Stage is presenting the 2015 five time Tony Award musical FUN HOME at the Arsht Center and it's a show without secrets

BWW Review: GLORIA at GableStageBWW Review: GLORIA at GableStage
April 12, 2018

Ooo,Baby, you better be nice to just everyone you meet...or you're gonna be sorry

BWW Review: DANCING LESSONS at Zoetic StageBWW Review: DANCING LESSONS at Zoetic Stage
March 23, 2018

Zoetic Stage's 'Dancing Lessons' is a 100 minute one act that plays like 30. It's filled with laughter. And joy and tenderness step right in.

BWW Review: ONCE at Actors' PlayhouseBWW Review: ONCE at Actors' Playhouse
March 20, 2018

The Irish/Czech musical ONCE won eight Tonys. That's reason enough to produce it, but when you add twelve terrific actor/musicians, superb choreography and musical staging on a working Dublin bar, and direction by a master of musicals, you've got the positive delight of ONCE at Actors' Playhouse.

BWW Review: IF I FORGET at GableStageBWW Review: IF I FORGET at GableStage
February 20, 2018

Think you can sit through two hours and fifteen minutes of greed, regret, scorn, defeat, sex, and the Holocaust without sighing and squirming in your seat? Shake your head no if you must, but you're wrong. And Joseph Adler, producing artistic director at GableStage, is right here to prove you're wrong with his mighty production of IF I FORGET...or Family Woes 'R' Us.

BWW Review: NOISES OFF at Actors' PlayhouseBWW Review: NOISES OFF at Actors' Playhouse
January 31, 2018

The celebrated English farce, 'Noises Off', now playing at Actors' Playhouse in Coral Gables, has 753 door slams in its three acts. I know. I counted them. And counted also the laughs that came with each slam. 753. Exactly. Hey, it's a farce. And a brilliant one, written back in 1982 by Englishman Michael Frayn.

BWW Review: MOST WANTED at Theatre LabBWW Review: MOST WANTED at Theatre Lab
December 10, 2017

Poignancy arrives, tenderness not far behind. 'Most Wanted' becomes a play about memories.

BWW Review: THE BOOK OF MORMON at The Arsht CenterBWW Review: THE BOOK OF MORMON at The Arsht Center
December 4, 2017

the all time irreverentist, funniest, outragiest, precision dancingest, wonderfully singingest, touring America show.

BWW Review: BECOMING DR. RUTH at GableStageBWW Review: BECOMING DR. RUTH at GableStage
December 1, 2017

Playwright Mark St. Germain's 'Becoming Dr Ruth' is a tender ode to an unusual woman with an unusual life.

BWW Review: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at Slow BurnBWW Review: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at Slow Burn
November 24, 2017

it's Clay Cartland as the world's favorite pirate captain, Black Stache.

BWW Review: LIZZIE THE MUSICAL at Thinking CapBWW Review: LIZZIE THE MUSICAL at Thinking Cap
November 2, 2017

The cast performs with a precision remarkable in a brawling rock and roll musical

BWW Review: SHORTS GONE WILD 5 at Island City StageBWW Review: SHORTS GONE WILD 5 at Island City Stage
August 23, 2017

They're at it again up at Island City Stage, bouncing off the walls, ahootin' and ahollerin' and lighting up the Broward sky with their shattering smiles.

BWW Review: THE GOOD THIEF at Ground Up And RisingBWW Review: THE GOOD THIEF at Ground Up And Rising
August 11, 2017

There's a Dublin thug, a walking knuckle duster with an accent straight from Sheriff Street, on stage.

BWW Review: INFORMED CONSENT at GableStageBWW Review: INFORMED CONSENT at GableStage
August 4, 2017

The Grand Canyon's Havasupai tribe are dying out from diabetes. They have a champion. Social anthropologist Ken (Carlos Orizondo) has lived with them, studied them, and written a book about them and he's trying to help them survive. So he brings in a genetic anthropologist Jillian (an outstanding Betsy Graver) to draw their blood and from this discover why the diabetes.

BWW Review: FINDING MONA LISA at Actors' PlayhouseBWW Review: FINDING MONA LISA at Actors' Playhouse
July 20, 2017

You think the Mona Lisa's smirking? Well, so do I. She's got that tight little smile because she's survived 450 years of slightly perverted adoration culminating in being whacked by a tossed rock.



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