The Insect Comedy

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Photo Flash: The Theatre Group at SBCC Presents CRIMES OF THE HEART
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 23, 2018

The Theatre Group at SBCC concludes the 17/18 season with the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, CRIMES OF THE HEART by Beth Henley.

Bridge Street Theatre Opens Its 2018 Season With FRANKIE AND JOHNNY IN THE CLAIR DE LUNE
by Julie Musbach - Feb 22, 2018

What begins as a one-night-stand turns into a tug of war between a short-order cook who sees a lifetime of love and adventure ahead and a waitress who's been burned too many times in the past and is terrified of being hurt again in Terrence McNally's contemporary American classic "Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune", being presented by Catskill's Bridge Street Theatre for eight performances only, Thursdays through Sundays March 29-April 8, 2017.

Kitchen Theatre Company Season Continues with THROW PITCHFORK
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 12, 2017

Kitchen Theatre Company continues its 2016-17 season and gets spring started with a provocative and moving one-person play, Throw Pitchfork, written and performed byAlexander Thomas. Throw Pitchfork begins previews on April 23, opens on April 27, and closes on May 7, 2017.

Regional Roundup: Top 10 Stories This Week Around the Broadway World - 3/13; Chicago, China, Melbourne, Louisville & More
by BWW Special Coverage - Mar 13, 2015, the largest theatre site on the net, now reaches over five million monthly viewers, covering theatre and beyond in over 100 U.S. cities and 30 international regions.

BWW Review: THE INSECT COMEDY Exposes Humanity's Most Basic Needs and Desires
by Maggie Yates - Mar 12, 2015

'The Insect Comedy' is a series of clever scenes about the emblematic interactions that guide the direction of our lives by showing motivation within the structures of our existence.

BWW Review: THE NINA VARIATIONS is 'Theatre for Theatre People'
by Maggie Yates - Feb 11, 2015

'The Nina Variations,' while certainly investigative of the various ways people can behave in a relationship, lacked connective tissue.

BWW Reviews: Westmont's NIGHT AT THE OPERA
by Maggie Yates - Feb 6, 2015

Westmont's one-act operas are an example of student theatre that takes risks and introduces conversations about the diverse range of possibilities within the sphere of the theatrical arts.

Santa Barbara Theatre 2014 in Review; 2015 Preview
by Maggie Yates - Jan 7, 2015

What happened this year in SB theatre? Here's 2014 in review, and a preview of what's next for 2015.

BWW Reviews: Under the Northern Lights of ALMOST, MAINE
by Maggie Yates - Nov 23, 2014

Almost, Maine presents a simpler, kinder world in which sadness runs deep enough to make an impression, but in which the regret of romance lost or unrequited has the capacity to be mended by the gentle reassembly of a shattered heart.

Actor Leonardo Cimino Has Died
by Jennie Mamary - Mar 10, 2012

According to The New York Times, actor Leonardo Cimino died on March 3rd at his home in Woodstock, N.Y. He was 94 years old. His wife, Sharon Powers, told the newspaper that his death was caused by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 17, 2009

You can tell a great deal about the Nashville theatre community through the productions staged, you can read feature stories and reviews until the cows come home, but to really know what a life in the theatre is all about in Nashville, you have to get to know the people, the personalities who give Music City its dramatic flair. The first person profiled in this series is Brenda Sparks, an accomplished actress, respected director, competent producer and stage manager, wife and mother...Brenda wears a lot of different hats in her day-to-day life and she wears them well.

Photo Coverage: Bingo, with McCartney, Blackhurst, Metz and Larsen, Opens Off-Broadway
by Ben Strothmann - Nov 8, 2005

The off-Broadway musical Bingo, starring Klea Blackhurst, Liz McCartney, Janet Metz and others, opened on November 7th

Photo Flash: BINGO Opening November 7
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2005

Aruba Productions and Buddy & Sally Productions will present the New York premiere of BINGO, a winning new musical opening Monday, November 7, 2005 at Off-Broadway's St. Luke's Theatre (308 West 46th Street).

Blackhurst Replaces Crumb in Off-Bway Musical Bingo, Opening Nov. 7
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2005

Klea Blackhurst will take over for Ann Crumb in the off-Broadway musical Bingo, which will open on November 7th

Photo Flash: BINGO
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2005

Aruba Productions and Buddy & Sally Productions will present the New York premiere of BINGO, a winning new musical opening Monday, November 7, 2005 at Off-Broadway's St. Luke's Theatre (308 West 46th Street).

BINGO Delays First Preview To October 24; Opening Night Remains November 7
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2005

Producers of the new Off-Broadway musical BINGO announced today that the production will delay the start of previews until Monday, October 24, 2005.

Liz McCartney Cries Bingo for New Musical, Nov. 7
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2005

Liz McCartney has joined the cast of the upcoming off-Broadway musical Bingo; she will replace the previously-announced Heather MacRae

Crumb, Colton, Larsen, MacRae, Malone, Metz and Sullivan to Star in Off-Broadway BINGO
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2005

BINGO begins preview performances on Friday, October 21


The Insect Comedy has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1948.



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