Speaking of theatre...

March 2019

New for March

Much new work is blowing in with the March winds -- here are a few which interest me:

First, I can guarantee "Ink," with the inimitable Bertie Carvel, coming to Manhattan Theatre Club. I saw it in London, in a production the Guardian called "riveting" and "unmissable." Get tickets now, although performances don't begin until next month.

If you missed Noche Flamenca's unforgettable "Antigona," you have a chance to witness this extraordinary mix of flamenco and drama in "Entre tu y Yo." at The Connelly Theatre.

The Mad Ones are quite appropriately named, I think, since I saw "Miles for Mary.".They're back with the Ars Nova's production of "Mrs. Murray's Menagerie," this time involving a focus group set in the 1970s.

Michael McKeever ("Daniel's Husband") returns to NY with "After," a play about the dire consequences of bullying for five friends. Please read this excellent review of its Miami production. It will be at 59e59.

I'm going to see "Perp," by Lyle Kessler, presented by The Barrow Group. If his name rings a bell, it's because he wrote the wonderful, if harrowing, "Orphans," last seen on Broadway in 2013.

An Australian import, "Holy Day," comes to the New Ohio Theatre with huge praise. I'm looking forward to this play by Andrew Bovell, a much renowned and respected playwright and screenwriter.

Do try to see "The White Devil," next up from Red Bull Theatre, by John Webster. He's also known for another Jacobean tragedy, "The Duchess of Malfi." What a treat to see a Shakespearean era play brought to vivid, bloody life by this ambitious, stylish company.

Enjoy the first hints of Spring and a play, or two-- or more!



Speaking of Theatre Speaking of Theater is a monthly newsletter written by Carol Tambor. Her only objective is to connect New York audiences with excellent Off-Broadway productions, with no commercial interest in any of the shows she recommends.

Carol Tambor Carol Tambor is a portrait artist and long-time lover of theater. To see her paintings, please click here. She established the Carol Tambor Theatrical Foundation in 2004 and began publishing this newsletter in 2009.

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