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A Bundle Of Nerves - 1983 - Off-Broadway

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(New York, NY)
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2014
Now in its 9th year, The NY Clown Theatre Festival is New York's preeminent annual, international Clown Theatre festival.
by Bruce Apar - Sep 20, 2019
Middle-aged nebish Barney Cashman borrows his working mother's apartment during the late afternoon so he can play the playboy, a role for which he is laughably unsuited. 
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2011
Long Wharf Theatre, under the director of Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Interim Managing Director Joshua Borenstein, presents the Tony Award-winning musical Ain't Misbehavin' on the Mainstage from Oct. 26 through Nov. 20.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2010
Stage Blood, an irreverent comedy involving a troupe of Shakespearian actors
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2010
Stage Blood, an irreverent comedy involving a troupe of Shakespearian actors
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2010
Stage Blood, an irreverent comedy involving a troupe of Shakespearian actors
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 7, 2012
Now onstage in a thoroughly effective production directed by Sondra Morton at Franklin's Boiler Room Theatre, Parade is not your mama's or your granddaddy's musical comedy, to be certain.
by Andrew White - Oct 6, 2015
Romance must be in the air—maybe it's the invigorating chill of fall weather and the crunch of leaves underfoot, but whatever the reason it's time for Quotidean to offer a heart-warmer of a play as its season opener.  Quotidean's offering, as part of the Women's Voices Theater Festival, is a premiere of Audrey Cefaly's two-hander, Maytag Virgin.  This tried-and-true plot of opposites attract is brought vividly two life by two stellar performers, and Cefaly's sturdy direction.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2011
Long Wharf Theatre, under the director of Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Interim Managing Director Joshua Borenstein, presents the Tony Award-winning musical Ain't Misbehavin' on the Mainstage from Oct. 26 through Nov. 20.
by Herbert Paine - Oct 21, 2019
In what has been her ongoing commitment to present David Mamet's works with fidelity to his themes and rhythms, director Virginia Olivieri has delivered a compelling and explosive version of OLEANNA, featuring solid performances by Rachel Brumfield and Peter Cunniff. OLEANNA runs through November 17th at Desert Stages Theatre, located inside Scottsdale Fashion Square.
by James Howard - May 7, 2007
WHO: Spotlighters WHAT: Larry Shue's The Nerd WHEN: Through May 27; Friday and Saturday at 8PM, Sunday at 2PM, select Thursdays HOW MUCH: $15.00; $10.00 with BWW Discount!
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2019
The 29th annual Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival (Inside Out), championing innovative LGBTQ filmmakers from across the globe, revealed its full feature and short film lineup. The announcement was made today by Inside Out's Executive Director Andria Wilson and the festival's Director of Programming Andrew Murphy. Inside Out, which launched the first ever annual LGBTQ Film Finance Forum, has established itself as an international home and incubator for LGBTQ emerging and established filmmakers. This year's festival will take place May 23 to June 2, 2019.
by TV News Desk - May 13, 2013
Kevin Reilly, Chairman, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, today unveiled the FOX primetime slate for the 2013-2014 television season to the national advertising community during its annual Programming Presentation at the Beacon Theatre.
by Andria Tieman - Mar 13, 2018
Ever wonder what movie theatre employees do after the projector is shut down for the night?  Well, there's a lot of sweeping, but there's also the perfect atmosphere for those types of relationships that develop when you're in your 20s working a job that is neither intellectually stimulating, nor likely to last past a certain stage in the inevitable slog toward adulthood.  THE FLICK captures that sweet spot of drama that's not life or death; romances that seem to be based more on proximity than actual feelings, but still feel VERY IMPORTANT; and trying to learn your role in a system that's ever changing. On its surface, the tension in this play seems a bit low-stakes, but the talented cast managed to win our hearts and take the audience back to a simpler time when everything is ahead of you, but the big picture is a bit scary, so you focus instead on the smaller, more manageable things.
by Cindy Marcolina - Mar 10, 2017
For Eva (Gina Isaac), Aditi (Ulrika Krishnamurti), and Dr Gupta (Syreeta Kumar), the first's desire to have a baby has three distinct meanings: the achievement of a lifetime, a way out of poverty, and capital. Set in a clinic in Gujarat, Western India, these three women come to terms with the politics, economics, technology, and ethics of surrogate motherhood.
by Guest Blogger: Cassandra Hsiao - Jun 13, 2016
I am a writer. Yet words can hardly explain the rush of emotions I felt this past weekend. I speak plainly because there is no way to convey the immense gratification of being treated as a professional playwright at the age of 16.
by Kristen Morale - Jan 21, 2020
So you've found your family a nice plot in the middle of a cemetery, right where dear Grandpa Isaac was recently laid to rest. With nerve-wracking moments brought to you by the family TV set, a son who has little discretion when it comes to public acts of sexual affection and townsfolk who stop by as a reminder of how crazy life has become (or possibly always been), the Goats family has its hands full with matters of life and death. Faced with the mundaneness of life but with a foot in the underworld, Joe, Mary, Jesus and Mavis wait patiently for the resurrection of Isaac, who is expected to rise from his beautiful marble grave any day now. Botched prophesies, religious confusion, wacky characters a?? there is surely nothing not to love about this wonderful new play called HELP A HANDICAPPED GOD...TROT ACROSS THE UNIVERSE.
by Jan Nargi - Feb 25, 2006
New England premiere at the New Rep offers chilling drama warmed by powerful performances
by Ryan Kilpatrick - Dec 11, 2015
Now, There are a few things that happen when the voices of Phil Burton, Toby Allen and brothers Andrew and Michael Tierney of the Australian harmony group Human Nature come together. Your eyes close, your head begins to sway, your foot taps and you are transported into a place of pure bliss.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 17, 2017
Edinburgh Festival Fringe performer Sarah Milton blogs for BWW to give us an insight into her typical day at the Fringe.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2014
Now in its 9th year, The NY Clown Theatre Festival is New York's preeminent annual, international Clown Theatre festival.