Meet Gary Morgenstein & A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx

Name: Gary Morgenstein Where are you creating theatre? My 2022 Perry Award-winning (three awards including Best Original Play) funny drama A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx will run for 10 performances at the Chain Theater on 312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues from December 2-17. Tell us about  your current project?Continue reading “Meet Gary Morgenstein & A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx”

Houses on the Moon Theater Co. 2022 Amplify Gala Oct 3

Celebrate Jane Dubin (producer and Houses board Chair) & Aaliytha Stevens (COO of SpotCo) at Houses on the Moon’s 2022 AMPLIFY Gala on Tuesday, October 3rd at Green Room 42, 4th Floor, Yotel, 570 10th Ave. Tickets at or Cost: $150 – $1000

New Perspectives Theatre Company Announces Round Two Of THEATRE FROM THE STREETS

New Perspectives Theatre CompanyMelody Brooks, Artistic Director presentsTHEATRE FROM THE STREETS An international pilot program creating conversations across borders Round Two featuring The Philippines and Tanzaniaand the Launch of Round One’s Programming on YouTube October 2 – November 27, 2022 (NY, NY) NPTC is pleased to announce sessions for Round Two of THEATRE FROM THEContinue reading “New Perspectives Theatre Company Announces Round Two Of THEATRE FROM THE STREETS”

Queens Rising: A Celeration of Arts & Culture | June 2022

Queens Rising is a multi-disciplinary arts celebration created to highlight the borough’s culture and creative diversity throughout the month of June. The official launch is on Saturday, June 4th at the Queens Night Market located at the back of the Hall of Science at Flushing Meadow Corona Park. Your author sampled dishes this weekend andContinue reading “Queens Rising: A Celeration of Arts & Culture | June 2022”

Piccione Arts Accepting Submissions – 5/1-5/31

Submissions for plays for the upcoming 2022-2023 season of the Talking It Out Virtual Arts Festival in support of mental health awareness will be accepted this May for Mental Health Awareness Month beginning May 1st at 12am EST. Please read below for more details. This year, we will be accepting submissions for short plays, (lessContinue reading “Piccione Arts Accepting Submissions – 5/1-5/31”

2022 Fresh Fruit Festival – May 2-14 Our special “Return To Live” edition, featuring entirely Full-Length Plays MAY 2 – 14, At The WILD PROJECT, 195 East 3rd Street > DIRECTIONS Please Read/Download our Covid-19 Safety Policy Before purchasing tickets: > READ > TICKETS Available Now for All Performances > HERE > Download complete Festival Performance Schedule > HERE “Accidental Intimacies” – byContinue reading “”

TBB Podcast: Meet Elana Gartner

Internationally produced and recognized playwright Elana Gartner has written Runtime Error (2021 semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Conference. Virtual reading: Transformation Theater), Before Lesbians (2020 Dayton FutureFest Finalist; 2nd Place Recipient of the 2018 Henley Rose Playwriting Competition for Women. Readings: Oberlin College, Yellow Rose Productions. Virtual readings: Dayton Futurefest; Good Luck Macbeth), Because ofContinue reading “TBB Podcast: Meet Elana Gartner”

Meet Laura Vogels and I Squeezed Really Hard

Name: Laura Vogels Where are you creating theatre? The Wild Project Tell us about your current project? I am producing a show called I Squeezed Really Hard. In it Anthony Misiano serves up a series of painfully funny, progressively more shocking stories about a turbulent childhood and the modern broken home. A journey as raw as itContinue reading “Meet Laura Vogels and I Squeezed Really Hard”

TBB Podcast: Meet Qurrat Ann Kadwani

Qurrat Ann Kadwani (Actress, Writer, Producer) is the first South Asian female to have a comedic solo play, THEY CALL ME Q (, produced Off Broadway for which she has won awards including Best Actress, Best Play, citations from NYS Assemblyman and Bronx Borough President, Trailblazer from SAIPAF, Cultural from AAPICC, Dream from SAPNA.  Featured on FoxContinue reading “TBB Podcast: Meet Qurrat Ann Kadwani”