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BWW Review: Think Big with THE BIG BROADCAST ON EAST 53rd at the TBG Theatre
by Kristen Morale - Feb 5, 2017

In association with Playalinda Productions, playwright Dick Brukenfeld and Director Charles Maryan come together to present the World Premiere of The Big Broadcast on East 53rd, now in performances at the TBG Theatre (actually off of 36th Street), What I can only describe as one whirlwind of a show that manages to keep both one's physical and mental momentum moving, Broadcast is performed on a small stage on which actors with big talent, big presences and big personalities romp around as though it were a playground where the imagination runs rampant.

Troma-Fest 2013 and Lloyd Kaufman Come To Seacoast Repertory Theatre, 3/6-20
by BWW News Desk - Mar 19, 2013

Have you ever watched a movie so vile, putrid, and tasteless you couldn't help but love it? Maybe you've caught a film on late night TV that was so bad, you weren't able to stop watching it? Or perhaps your cinephile friend brought a movie to the party that made everyone squeal with glee, cringe with disgust, and laugh out loud at the sheer audacity of it. Well, you very well might have seen a Troma film. And the man behind this madness was Lloyd Kaufman, and he is coming to Seacoast Repertory Theatre to discuss his films Today March 20th, 2013 as part of The Rep's Red Light Series Troma- Fest 2013. All for the sake of keeping Portsmouth weird...

Troma-Fest 2013 and Lloyd Kaufman Come to Seacoast Rep, Now thru 3/20
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2013

Have you ever watched a movie so vile, putrid, and tasteless you couldn't help but love it? Maybe you've caught a film on late night TV that was so bad, you weren't able to stop watching it? Or perhaps your cinephile friend brought a movie to the party that made everyone squeal with glee, cringe with disgust, and laugh out loud at the sheer audacity of it. Well, you very well might have seen a Troma film. And the man behind this madness was Lloyd Kaufman, and he is coming to Seacoast Repertory Theatre to discuss his films Today March 20th, 2013 as part of The Rep's Red Light Series Troma- Fest 2013. All for the sake of keeping Portsmouth weird...

Troma-Fest 2013 and Lloyd Kaufman Come To Seacoast Repertory Theatre, 3/6-20
by Emily Stubbs - Feb 7, 2013

Have you ever watched a movie so vile, putrid, and tasteless you couldn't help but love it? Maybe you've caught a film on late night TV that was so bad, you weren't able to stop watching it? Or perhaps your cinephile friend brought a movie to the party that made everyone squeal with glee, cringe with disgust, and laugh out loud at the sheer audacity of it. Well, you very well might have seen a Troma film. And the man behind this madness was Lloyd Kaufman, and he is coming to Seacoast Repertory Theatre to discuss his films Wednesday March 20th, 2013 as part of The Rep's Red Light Series Troma- Fest 2013. All for the sake of keeping Portsmouth weird...