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Michael Raver, Doug Plaut, Drew McVety, Derek Smith, Barrett Leddy, Warren Kelley, James Rana, Molly Ranson, Lauren Molina, Caroline Kinsolving, Emma Wisniewski and Cady Huffman

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Michael Raver, Doug Plaut, Drew McVety, Derek Smith, Barrett Leddy, Warren Kelley, James Rana, Kyle Sherman, Molly Ranson, Lauren Molina, Caroline Kinsolving, Emma Wisniewski and Cady Huffman

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BWW Review: Public Theatre's I AND YOU Delivers a Deep Emotional Punch Photo BWW Review: Public Theatre's I AND YOU Delivers a Deep Emotional Punch
by Carla Maria Verdino-SĂĽllwold - Mar 19, 2021

Filmed before the pandemic and just now offered for online streaming, Lauren Gunderson’s two-character play, I AND YOU, is a dense, poetic, and profoundly intense drama about two teenagers whom illness and fate bring together in an unexpected and inseparable way. The beautifully crafted script and the energetic and committed pair of actors make this fast-paced, ninety-minute story unfold with humor, pathos, and ultimately – in its surprise ending - with a deep emotional punch.

The Public Theatre Presents I AND YOU Photo The Public Theatre Presents I AND YOU
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 12, 2021

Joyful and heartbreaking, I AND YOU carries an uplifting message for anyone currently feeling isolated and disconnected. One year later, this unforgettable play has become more timely and satisfying than ever.

I AND YOU Comes to The Public Theatre Photo I AND YOU Comes to The Public Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Feb 27, 2020

When was the last time you saw a contemporary coming-of-age story that featured a pair of compelling and complex teenage characters that in its final moments left you breathless? I and You, is that play - youthful, humorous, powerful and profoundly moving. Some reviewers have called it, a?oethe most life-affirming play you'll ever see onstagea??.

Resident Acting Company To Present BLITHE SPIRIT At The Players This Spring/Summer Photo Resident Acting Company To Present BLITHE SPIRIT At The Players This Spring/Summer
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 29, 2019

The Resident Acting Company, the new ensemble formed by members of the Pearl Theater Company announced today that they will present THE TIME SERIES, four script in hand performances that will explore various aspects of time, and the role it plays in literature and in our everyday lives. The series will run monthly through July at The Players (16 Gramercy Park South) and commences with No l Coward's Blithe Spirit on April 8. 6PM cash bar. 7PM reading. For more information visit: www.racnyc.org

Resident Acting Co Launches The Time Series with BLITHE SPIRIT Photo Resident Acting Co Launches The Time Series with BLITHE SPIRIT
by Julie Musbach - Mar 22, 2019

The Resident Acting Company, the new ensemble formed by members of the Pearl Theater Company announced today that they will present THE TIME SERIES, four script in hand performances that will explore various aspects of time, and the role it plays in literature and in our everyday lives.

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents BACK TO METHUSELAH (PART TWO) Photo Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents BACK TO METHUSELAH (PART TWO)
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Nov 20, 2018

Gingold Theatrical Group presented Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah (Part 2) on November 19. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out the photos below!

Cady Huffman, Lauren Molina, and More Lead Project Shaw's BACK TO METHUSELAH (PART 2) Photo Cady Huffman, Lauren Molina, and More Lead Project Shaw's BACK TO METHUSELAH (PART 2)
by Julie Musbach - Oct 22, 2018

Gingold Theatrical Group announces the next presentation of the 13th Season of Project Shaw. The season will continue on November 19th with Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah (Part 2).

Stephen Belber's TAPE Returns to NYC More Relevant than Ever
by Julie Musbach - Mar 11, 2017

Stephen Belber's 1999 play 'Tape,' developed at the Humana Festival with a New York premiere by Naked Angels, will play a strictly limited run this spring. The production opens March 30th at the Bridge Theater in Shetler Studios, and will play nine performances, closing April 8th.

Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of THE RIVALS at The Pearl
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - May 5, 2014

Richard Brinsley Sheridan's classic romantic romp, The Rivals, returns to The Pearl for the hilarious story of Lydia Languish who is... languishing. She can imagine nothing more romantic than eloping with the impoverished Captain Beverly. Little does she know that 'Beverly' is really Jack Absolute, a wealthy aristocrat who fears the truth of his identity isn't nearly romantic enough for Miss Languish's taste. How will he win her-from himself?

BWW Reviews: The Rep's Inspiring Production of SOUPS, STEWS AND CASSEROLES: 1976
by Chris Gibson - Mar 18, 2014

A graduate of the Rep's Ignite! Play Festival (the 2014 festival takes place this week), playwright Rebecca Gilman's work, SOUPS, STEWS AND CASSEROLES: 1976, is currently receiving it's world premiere in the Studio Theatre of the Loretto-Hilton. This is a smart and funny piece with a message that still resonates today, and I found myself genuinely moved by it. Having been a teen during the year 1976 when this action takes place, I can readily identify with the themes and values presented here. I cannot recommend it highly enough.