Thursday, September 27, 2007


Come on down to the Battle Ranch in Williamsburg this Saturday night for a chance to check out "Pinkie", James' new Western-Noir serial. Featuring Christopher Yustin, Rebecca Comtois, Brian Silliman and the playwright himself, it should be a lot of fun!

a semi-monthly party at THE BATTLE RANCH
featuring brand new genre-bending serialized plays by NYC's hottest indie theatre artists.

From Sci-fi Teenage Sex Comedies to Old West Film Noir, these new series will have you foaming at the mouth for the next installment.And the best part, it's all FREE!Plus for a $5 donation, all-you-can-drink beer (or until we run out).

Featuring all new exciting ongoing series by:
James ComtoisCo-Artistic Director of Nosedive Productions
Jeff LewonczykCo-Artistic Director of Piper McKenzie Productions & The Brick Theater
A. Rey PamatmatMember of The Ma-Yi Writers Lab
Robert Ross ParkerCo-Artistic Director of Vampire Cowboys
Webb WilcoxenMember of LAByrinth Theater Company & Developing Artists Theater Company

Saturday, September 29th, 2007 @ 8pmFREE ADMISSION!
at THE BATTLE RANCH111 Conselyea Street, #2LWilliamsburg, Brooklyn
Click here for a map!For more information, check out the VC website

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Who Scribbles the Scribbler?

Looks like Jeremy is posting Leave Freeze or Die on a semi-weekly basis these days. Here's one of the latest, which basically recreates my divorce as a Beatles tune. Much fun!

Also, new link up to Jeremy's blog, Improper Pronoun. A funny, funny man... seriously, check him out.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

reviewing respite

So with the NY International Fringe Festival and the majority of the other summer fringes closed, it looks like the bulk of my summer reviewing is over. This has been a really interesting experiment for me... I don't think of myself as a writer, and certainly hadn't had to write anything on deadline since college. I got a lot out of it though; the challenge of having to have coherent, relatively text that I feel good about standing behind, delivered within 48 hours has been stressful but ultimately very rewarding.

The cool news is that Martin has asked James and I to continue on as permanent reviewers for nytheatre. I'm taking a brief break at the moment in order to get rehearsals off the ground for the new Blood Brothers show, PULP, but in a few weeks I should be back to reviewing. Looking forward to it...