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The Argument - 2005 - Off-Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

Closing: June 19, 2005

Vineyard Theatre

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by Bobby Patrick - Sep 6, 2022
The score of SIREN yielded much beauty, and if this is early days Bobby deems them well on the way to something truly magical...
by Glenda Pearce - Sep 4, 2022
THE WRITER is an emotionally rich, eloquent and engaging play that surprises. This is an adult play that addresses creativity, gender inequalities and power, particularly in the theatre setting: 'You get to make the world and I get to live in it.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 19, 2021
Phil Collins’ Bring Down The Walls will come to BAM for an exclusive theatrical run November 12—18. Bring Down The Walls looks at the prison industrial complex through the lens of house music and nightlife, proposing the dance floor as a space of personal and collective liberation.
by Barry Lenny - Oct 10, 2022
It stays with you long after you leave the building.
by Peter Nason - Nov 27, 2021
The most important figure in musical theatre history is gone; let's celebrate his life by listening to his incredible works. Reviewer Peter Nason gets you started by listing his choices for the 91 greatest Sondheim songs.
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2021
Nottingham Playhouse has announced that Julie Hesmondhalgh and Frances de le Tour will join the actors starring in its digital theatre project Still Life.
by A.A. Cristi - May 24, 2022
Perusine Press announces the release of the Special Collector's Edition of 'An Epistemologist Proves Einstein's Theory of General Relativity to be False' (ISBN: 979-8804556472) by Procopius Canning, a book designed for both the layperson and the professional, focused upon the phenomenon of time, but with an environmental activist twist.
by Andrew White - May 21, 2022
'The Joy that Carries You' is a touching and touchingly thoughtful journey, one which many might recognize in their own. But Secka and Stoller also make this a celebration of the relationships which until (only) very recently were taboo. Thank goodness we're no longer at the stage where seeing two women choosing each other as life-partners is a shock; we can now see them as human beings. But we also know that relationships like this are still fraught with a unique form of anxiety, between the women themselves but especially with their families.
by A.A. Cristi - May 19, 2022
The Music Man Foundation today announced the availability of new funding for Southern California nonprofits that use music to enhance learning and well-being. The new grant opportunity represents an expansion of the Foundation's scope. For the first time, organizations whose music programs serve all ages are eligible to apply and awardees will be provided with multi-year support.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
The Lyric Hammersmith Theatre today announced casting and releases images for its summer reopening production Out West. Esh Alladi will play a young Gandhi in Tanika Gupta's The Overseas Student, Tom Mothersdale will play new father Jack in Simon Stephens' Blue Water and Cold and Fresh and Ayesha Antoine will play security guard Donna in Roy Williams' Go, Girl.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 15, 2022
The multi-Obie Award-winning Target Margin Theater has announced that tickets are now on sale for One Night, a nine-hour theatrical event that concludes the company’s five-year exploration of The One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of classic Silk Road stories. 
by Stephi Wild - Mar 14, 2022
Theatre Royal Bath Productions presents one of the greatest British comedies ever written, starring one of our best-loved stage and screen stars, Felicity Kendal.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 1, 2022
The highly acclaimed UK tour of Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Emis heading to St Helens Theatre Royal this Summer with a star-studded cast. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2022
Due to popular demand, the critically acclaimed play GRATITUDE written by playwright Oren Safdie, and directed by Maria Mileaf, will add an additional performance on Monday, June 27 at 7:30 PM.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 17, 2021
This week features a one-on-one, in-studio interview with NIKKI GLASER, Comedian, host of The Nikki Glaser Podcast.
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Jun 13, 2022
Diana has been on my mind for many years. In fact, I actually wrote about it in quite a few of my earlier articles, constantly stating that it would be the first show that I wanted to see once Broadway reopened. If only I knew just how much of an impact this show would have on my life.
by Student Blogger: Adam Beam - Jul 7, 2021
While it seems impossible to bring the theatrics of musical theatre to TV screens on a weekly basis, when you get down to it, television provides an insanely wide array of opportunities. However, just like movie musicals, its history is filled with ups and downs, and even nowadays networks struggle to find that balance.
by James Ayles - Jul 29, 2021
An unflinching examination of power and gender roles told through the perspective of a student-teacher relationship that is unafraid to pose difficult questions of its audience.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 5, 2023
The Obie Award-winning Target Margin Theater will present a world premiere staging of Shakespeare’s Pericles, a rarely-seen tragicomedy that explores themes of healing, redemption, and reconciliation.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 31, 2023
Kennesaw State University's Bailey School of Music will present the annual Collage Concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11. Led by Interim Director Dr. Julia Bullard, the Bailey School of Music will present the signature production for the 17th year in a row as the sole fundraising concert for music scholarships for students. The Concert offers something for all musical tastes, from symphony orchestra to jazz, opera theater, and even video game music.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 30, 2023
Playhouse on the Square, in partnership with Gene and Carol Katz, Karen McCarthy, and Super Sponsor Dr. Thomas Ratliff, present Lisa Loomer's new play dedicated to the controversial Roe versus Wade decision.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Jan 23, 2023
Go See It! Join the enthralled cult! It’s for anyone who was ever a theater or choir kid. It’s for anyone who ever had a sexuality of any flavor whatsoever, or just even an inner life. It’s for the frustrated amateur metaphysician in each of us. And it is certainly for the amateur detective in each of us; the creators, Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell, have sprinkled clues and non sequiturs everywhere for us to ponder.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jan 21, 2022
Great minds meet at symposiums, state dinners, in literary circles, in the theatre. They get together and discuss their theories, arguing and tearing each other apart in dramatic fashion. What happens when two of the most famous men of their time clash in a small Hampstead office at the doors of the Second World War?
by Review Roundups - Jan 20, 2023
Following its acclaimed sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, The Unfriend has now opened in the West End for a strictly limited run from 15 January. This riotous dark comedy from writer Steven Moffat and director Mark Gatiss, the award- winning team behind BBC's Sherlock, stars an uproarious cast including Reece Shearsmith, Amanda Abington and Frances Barber. What did the critics think of Steven Moffat's dark comedy?
by Cindy Sibilsky - Jan 17, 2022
Four groups from Japan, Korea & Taiwan presented two epic evenings at Japan Society on January 14 & 15. From freestyle moves in the lobby to cinematic butoh, and from the use of humor & technology to make monotonous choreography thrilling to combining dance and physics through the journey of an electron, East Asian dance is innovative & inspiring.
by Jared Reynolds - Feb 6, 2022
The best part of reviewing shows is that I have the opportunity to see shows that I have never heard of before. I entered Brookfield Theater to see Night of the Assassins, and I settled in for what promised to be an intense afternoon; an intensity that surpassed all expectations.
by Peter Nason - Feb 6, 2022
Director Derek Baxter leads three terrific actors--Jeremiah Murzinsky, David the Day, and Steven C. Fox--in this acerbically hilarious show.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 28, 2022
Transport Group has announced that the revival of its acclaimed 2011 production of The Patsy, written by Barry Conners, performed by David Greenspan, and directed by Jack Cummings III, will begin performances Wednesday, March 30 at Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand Street. 
by Ilana Lucas - Feb 22, 2023
What did our critic think of REDBONE COONHOUND at Tarragon Theatre? That's the hotly debated question in Amy Lee Lavoie and Omari Newton's new play at Tarragon Theatre, co-produced with Montreal's Imago Theatre. In REDBONE COONHOUND, interracial couple Mike and Marissa (Christopher Allen and Chala Hunter) find the delicate power balance that comes from living in the world with vastly different experiences can be upset by a small incident that carries the weight of history.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 17, 2023
In May 1898, woodworkers at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, entered into a strike. Famed attorney Clarence Darrow later successfully argued in favor of union members accused of conspiracy. On the anniversary of Darrow's death – March 13 - and the 125th anniversary of the case, the Woodworkers' Conspiracy Case will be discussed, along with current union issues.
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 15, 2022
Emily Walton filled the stage with musicians and the audience with howling, hysterical audience members during a recent concert at The Green Room 42
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 14, 2023
PlayCo has announced the cast and creative team of Sarah Einspanier’s Lunch Bunch, a playful comedy surrounding a group of public defenders’ occasionally outsized emotional investment in the meals they share, directed by Tara Ahmadinejad and presented with Clubbed Thumb.
by Jay Irwin - Feb 12, 2022
Like so many others, Macha Theater Works was in their final rehearsals back in March of 2020 when the pandemic shut everything down. Now, almost two years later they are back at West of Lenin and ready to give us this intense look into a “me too” incident with their World Premiere play “The Fifth Wave” by Jenn Ruzumna and Lisa Every. A topic that is, unfortunately, still all too relevant.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 9, 2021
 The Resident Acting Company, formed three years ago by members of the Pearl Theater Company, has just released “Time Passes”, a short film written by Brian Dykstra and directed by Margarett Perry. 
by Nancy Grossman - Dec 8, 2022
What did our critic think of Review: TORCH SONG at Moonbox Productions?
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 6, 2022
The New York Times has released a statement in response to the criticism of Jesse Green's review of the new Broadway musical, KPOP.
by Peter Nason - Dec 30, 2021
These are the things that helped get us through a tough year.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 21, 2022
Shakespeare Theatre Company has announced the cast and creative team for the upcoming production of King Lear. STC favorite Patrick Page will star as the titular king. See who else is in the cast, how to purchase tickets, and more!
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 20, 2022
'The World Rediscovered', City of London Sinfonia's seven-part concert series, continues on Saturday 14 January 2023 with the first-ever staging with music of Poet Laureate Simon Armitage's The Owl and the Nightingale at the Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall.
by Michael Major - Dec 2, 2022
Co-produced by BRE and Pascal Pahl, mastered by Grammy nominee Dale Becker (Khalid, Doja Cat, Justin Bieber), and engineered by Paul Redel (Gayle, ZZ Ward), the single is an uproar of confidence, as well as compassion. Alt-pop artist BRE has released her third single, “IDNTBR,” or “I Don’t Need to Be Right,” a powerful pop-rock track.
by Student Blogger: Carmen Vimo - Dec 1, 2021
I meet new people on a daily basis, but usually not through my own volition to do so. It's either at work or because I have a class with someone, but usually, I meet people who simply don't fulfill me or satisfy my type of personality. Excuse me if it sounds a tee bit extreme, but it's been TORTURE to find people I really like to be with. As pathetic as this sounds, I used to have friends who I looked forward to seeing every day, thus a surge of nostalgia creeps up on me. Though the point of the encounter was always at school, which if you think about it, I have no other choice but to attend (this will not be a rant against education, I promise) so it got me pondering for a while
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 5, 2021
New Mexico Actors Lab is presenting Lifespan of a Fact August 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 SUNDAY AT 2 PM:  AUGUST 8, 15, 22. Directed by Robert Bendetti, the production stars Nicholas Ballas, Mickey Dolan and Kat Sawyer​​​​​​​.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 23, 2022
Fulcrum Arts has announced the 2022 Fulcrum Festival program. For over 20 years, Fulcrum Festival (formerly the AxS Festival) has presented a regional celebration exploring the intersections of art and science across Greater Los Angeles.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 2, 2022
The P Word, by Waleed Akhtar, whose play Kabul Goes Pop was a hit at Brixton House earlier this year, opens at the Bush Theatre on 9 September (press night 14 September.) Directed by Anthony Simpson-Pike (Lava, Bush Theatre), this story of who wins in the luck of the life's draw is a new Bush Theatre commission.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 3, 2022
Emily Walton, the actress who currently stars as 'Janice & Others' in the Broadway production of Come From Away has released a surprise recording of her recent cabaret show at famed cabaret location, The Green Room 42. Her show, I Really Hope You All Think This is Funny, featured original music. The night marked her solo debut at the location.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 3, 2022
CBS Sunday Morning correspondent David Pogue discussed the controversial topic of music copyrights and lawsuits this morning, Sunday, April 3rd.
by Michael Major - Apr 28, 2022
Australian heavy band DREGG are back with new single “Context,” a collaboration with NYC rap duo City Morgue (SosMula and ZillaKami). The pair’s delivery seamlessly intensifies Dregg’s signature cocktail of heavy guitar riffs, thunderous bass lines and snarling vocals. The music video by Neck Up Collective features a surreal animated world.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 27, 2022
Shakespeare's Globe has announced the cast and company for King Lear opening 10 June - 24 July.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 20, 2022
These two legendary bands will engage in an on-stage, throw down - a musical 'showdown' if you will - on Wednesday, May 25 at 7:30 pm at the Coralville Center.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 12, 2022
Theater For The New City, presents Science, a new play by Tom Attea and directed by Mark Marcante. BroadwayWorld sat down with the play's prolific author to chat about this exciting new work and what audiences can expect from this scientific drama!

The Argument Frequently Asked Questions

What awards has The Argument been nominated for?
Special Citations (Obie Awards) for David Greenspan.

What awards has The Argument won?
Special Citations (Obie Awards) for David Greenspan.

What productions of The Argument have there been?
The Argument has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2005.