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Terri Hanauer News

Special Offer: Don't Miss The Must-See Comedy of the Summer! Photo Special Offer: Don't Miss The Must-See Comedy of the Summer!
by BWW Special Offer - Aug 3, 2022

Special Offer: Don't Miss The Must-See Comedy of the Summer!

Photos: First Look at REMEMBERING THE FUTURE at the Odyssey Theatre Photo Photos: First Look at REMEMBERING THE FUTURE at the Odyssey Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Jul 21, 2022

Sweet Talk Productions presents the world premiere of Remembering the Future, an existential comedy by Peter Lefcourt. Check out all new photos below!

Interview: Michael Corbett's REMEMBERING THE FUTURE & All His Many Blessings Photo Interview: Michael Corbett's REMEMBERING THE FUTURE & All His Many Blessings
by Gil Kaan - Jul 15, 2022

Playwright Peter Lefcourt’s Remembering the Future world premieres at the Odyssey Theatre July 16, 2022. Terri Hanauer directs the cast of Michael Corbett, Fatima El-Bashir, David Jahn, Andrew Neaves and Tarina Pouncy. I had a very enjoyable phoner with the multi-tasking, ever busy Michael.

REMEMBERING THE FUTURE Will Now Open July 23 At Odyssey Theatre Photo REMEMBERING THE FUTURE Will Now Open July 23 At Odyssey Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2022

Sweet Talk Productions has announced new preview and opening dates for the world premiere of Remembering the Future, an existential comedy by Peter Lefcourt.

World Premiere Of REMEMBERING THE FUTURE By Peter Lefcourt Comes To The Odyssey Theat Photo World Premiere Of REMEMBERING THE FUTURE By Peter Lefcourt Comes To The Odyssey Theatre Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Jun 28, 2022

Sweet Talk Productions has announced the world premiere of Remembering the Future, an existential comedy by Peter Lefcourt. Produced by Racquel Lehrman, Theatre Planners, and directed by Terri Hanauer, the cast will feature (in alphabetical order) two-time Emmy Award-winner Michael Corbett, Fatima El-Bashir (Nick Musleh's Love's Labours Lost), David Jahn (General Hospital), Andrew Neaves (The Upshaws on Netflix), and Tarina Pouncy (Fountain Theatre's Human Interest Story, Rogue Machine's Les Blancs).

Jason Stuart Wins Best Actor in a Comedy Series at the Indie Series Awards Photo Jason Stuart Wins Best Actor in a Comedy Series at the Indie Series Awards
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 10, 2022

JASON STUART has won Best Actor In A Comedy for the Amazon series Smothered at the Indie Series Awards last night. He thanked his co creator Mitch Hara who he co starred, co wrote and co produced the Comedy Series with. The short form series was directed by Terri Hanauer for season 1 and Carlyle King for season 2 which will be out in the fall.

BWW Interview: Multi-Medium Writer Gary Goldstein, Now Published Novelist Photo BWW Interview: Multi-Medium Writer Gary Goldstein, Now Published Novelist
by Gil Kaan - Aug 26, 2021

A working writer in stage, screen and newsprint, Gary Goldstein just had his first novel The Last Birthday Party published and available to all. Gary managed to carve out some time from prepping his upcoming Book Soup podcast to answer a few of my queries.

SMOTHERED Nominated For Queertly Awards Photo SMOTHERED Nominated For Queertly Awards
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 22, 2021

Smothered racks up nominations for Best Digital Series and Best Digital Perfomances by both Jason Stuart & Mitch Hara for Queerty Awards.

SMOTHERED Will Drop on Revry Photo SMOTHERED Will Drop on Revry
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 24, 2020

After rave reviews on Amazon, SMOTHERED has created such a buzz it's on everyone's, ‚ÄúThe Series To Watch‚ÄĚ list, including Daily Xtra, Queertly & iHeartRadio.

Review: THE DEATH AND LIFE OF MARY JO KOPECHNE Gives Voice to the Woman Who Inadverte Photo Review: THE DEATH AND LIFE OF MARY JO KOPECHNE Gives Voice to the Woman Who Inadvertently Changed American Political History
by Shari Barrett - Jul 17, 2018

Perhaps, as suggested by playwright Peter Lefcourt in his world premiere play THE DEATH AND LIFE OF MARY JO KOPECHNE, she had also been drinking and could not say no to a man of considerable power and influence, a man who could help advance her career, a man she also may have admired after the death of his brother Robert the previous year. Certainly, this dilemma has become particularly prominent in the #MeToo era in which we are now living where men of power are being taken to task for making unwanted sexual advances on those working for them who go along with it for career gain. What we do know is that Kennedy survived and she did not. But who was Mary Jo Kopechne?