An Interview with Playwright John Mark Jernigan
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
Based on a true story, GOODBYE is the newest award-winning play from Orlando playwright John Mark Jernigan about being in the right place at the wrong time...or is it the wrong place at the right time? Directed by Chris Crawford with live underscoring by Anthony R. Smith, GOODBYE (scuba)dives through time to explore the transcendent beauty in joy and loss as “an affecting exhortation to inhale all the opportunities life offers” (Orlando Weekly). GOODBYE features the ensemble cast of T. Robert Pigott, Meghan Colleen Moroney, Brian Brammer, Sonia Roman, John Mark Jernigan and Jeffrey Correia ..read more
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An Interview with Playwright John Mark Jernagain
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
Based on a true story, GOODBYE is the newest award winning play from Orlando playwright John Mark Jernigan about being in the right place at the wrong time...or is it the wrong place at the right time? Directed by Chris Crawford with live underscoring by Anthony R. Smith, GOODBYE (scuba)dives through time to explore the transcendent beauty in joy and loss as “an affecting exhortation to inhale all the opportunities life offers” (Orlando Weekly). GOODBYE features the ensemble cast of T. Robert Pigott, Meghan Colleen Moroney, Brian Brammer, Sonia Roman, John Mark Jernigan and Jeffrey Correia w ..read more
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An Interview With The Assembly: The Dark Heart of Meteorology
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
Pictured: Richard Lovejoy The So-fi Festival, proudly presents The Assembly's The Dark Heart of Meteorology, at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 15th @ 830pm & June 18th @ 7pm. The Dark Heart of Meteorology is written by Stephen Aubrey, Directed by Jess Chayes, Performed by Rich Lovejoy, with Scenic Design by Nic Benacerraf , Sound Design by Asa Wember Video Design by Simon Harding, Stage Management by Devin Fletcher, Emily Caffery, Associate Producer and Lucy Jackson, Producer. So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high c ..read more
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The Scientist: An Evening With John C. Lily: An Interview With Jonathan Torn
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
The So-fi Festival, proudly presents Jonathan Torn's The Scientist: An Evening with John C. Lily, at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 15th @ 830pm & June 18th @ 7pm. So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high concept, multidisciplinary solo work. Westbeth is New York City landmark listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since Dec 8, 2009, a home to artists and major cultural organizations including the New School for Drama, The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, the School for Poetic Computation. The l ..read more
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BlueBeardGasLight: An Interview With Performer/Writer Kyra Miller
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
The So-fi Festival, in association with The Muse Project, proudly presents Kyra Miller's  BlueBeardGasLight, at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 15th @ 830pm & June 18th @ 7pm. So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high concept, multidisciplinary solo work. Westbeth is New York City landmark listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since Dec 8, 2009, a home to artists and major cultural organizations including the New School for Drama, The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, the School for Poetic Comput ..read more
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Three Musketeers: 1941: An Interview With Playwright Megan Monaghan Rivas
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
Project Y Theatre Company will present the World Premiere of Megan Monaghan Rivas’ Three Musketeers: 1941, co-directed by Michole Biancosino and Andrew W. Smith, as part of the fourth annual Women in Theatre Festival, June 5-29 at the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre at the A.R.T./New York Theatres (502 West 53rd Street New York, NY 10019). Performances run Wednesday, June 5- Saturday, June 29. Tickets ($27) are available for advance purchase at https://witfestival.brownpapertickets.com or by calling 1-800-838-3006. Inspired by characters from Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure novel, this new ..read more
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Phase(un) fazed: An Interview With Natalie Deryn Johnson
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
The So-fi Festival proudly presents the world premiere of Natalie Deryn Johnson's phase (un)fazed with music by Rhys Tivey, at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 14thth & June 15th @ 7pm. So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high concept, multidisciplinary solo work. Westbeth is New York City landmark listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since Dec 8, 2009, a home to artists and major cultural organizations including the New School for Drama, The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, the School for Poetic ..read more
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A Case Against Peaceful Protest: An Interview With Eric Taylor
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
The So-fi Festival proudly presents the world premiere of Eric Taylor's A Case Against Peaceful Protest with music by Tristen Dosset, at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 14thth & June 15th @ 7pm. So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high concept, multidisciplinary solo work. Westbeth is New York City landmark listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since Dec 8, 2009, a home to artists and major cultural organizations including the New School for Drama, The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, the Schoo ..read more
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Parlor Poems: An Interview With Natalie Johnsonius Neubert
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
The So-fi Festival proudly presents the world premiere of Parlor Poems Conceived, Designed and Directed by Natalie Johnsonius Neubert at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 8th @ 2pm & June 9th @ 330pm. So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high concept, multidisciplinary solo work. Westbeth is New York City landmark listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since Dec 8, 2009, a home to artists and major cultural organizations including the New School for Drama, The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, the Sc ..read more
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Whiskey Flicks Live: The King of New York: An Interview With Michael Niederman and Daniel McCoy
New York Theatre Review
by Jody Christopherson
5y ago
New York is fucking dying. Capitalism is killing it.   Let’s go to the movies. The So-fi Festival proudly presents the world premiere of  Whiskey Flicks Live: King of New York at Westbeth, Home to the Arts (463 West Street, Room 1209, between Bethune and Bank St) June 7th @ 7pm June 8th @ 830pm, June 16th@ 2pm, June 22nd @ 330pm So-fi is a festival for cutting edge, low-fi, high concept, multidisciplinary solo work. Westbeth is New York City landmark listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since Dec 8, 2009, a home to artists and major cultural organizations including the New Sc ..read more
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