All tagged New York City

Adam's Call: Marta Sanders' "Follow Me" at The Laurie Beechman Theatre is the epitome of cabaret! The evening flew by just like a plane taking off for it's next destination. With just 3 shows left, February 11, 16, & 25 at 7pm, I highly encourage you to get tickets for Marta Sanders' "Follow Me" at The Laurie Beechman Theatre because Marta is one performer you'll want to follow for years to come!
Adam's Call: Michael Raver's "Fire on Babylon": The Heat is On: Michael Raver is a rising playwright everyone should have their eye on! His new play, "Fire on Babylon," which is in the Fresh Fruit Festival, is HOT! In fact, it's scalding with twists & turns that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the whole play. With only two performances left (July 15th & 17th), I suggest you get there before the lights go out forever on this run! "Fire on Babylon" plays at The Wild Project in NYC's East Village!
Adam's Call: Mathieu Blue's "Merry Christmas To You" at The Metropolitan Room was merry and bright! The holiday season should be all about smiles, laughter, and fun. That is exactly what you get when you attend a Mathieu Blue holiday show! His soothing voice, heartfelt and fun songs, really put me in the mood for the holidays! Here's to making memories and music!
Adam's Call: Dina Martina: "Flat & Lacking" is full of life! Dina Martina is unlike any performer you've seen! Dina's dark humor is not for everyone, but if you are open to going places that you wonder if it's okay to laugh, then Dina Martina is the perfect show for you to attend!
Adam's Call: JANKA: A-20398: I Say See It! There is a powerful new Off-Broadway show happening in NYC entitled JANKA: A-20398 written by playwright Oscar Speace and starring Janice Noga. This show recounts Oscar's mom's liberation and time spent in the Nazi concentration camps. While most people will say I don't want to see a show like this, I say, see it!
Adam's Call: Andy Cohen in Conversation with Anderson Cooper at 92Y: An Evening Deep Inside The Clubhouse: From talking about "The Real Housewives" to Andy's friendship with Cher to selfies to texts between Anderson and Andy to Andy going on Tinder dates, this evening was full of insider stories!
Adam's Call: "Journey of a Bombshell: The Ina Ray Hutton Story": Interesting story. Very well acted. Excellently sung. The thing I liked most about Journey of a Bombshell was learning about Ina's career and the portrayal of her drive, determination, and strength of working her way up in a man's world.
Adam's Call: With a soulful, powerful, and electrifying voice, Jeremy Abram hit a home run with his show "Out of the Game" at New York City's oldest cabaret and piano bar, The Duplex!
Review: "As Wide As I Can See": Mark Snyder is definitely one playwright to keep your eye on! I attended his new play "As Wide As I Can See" at HERE Arts Center. "As Wide As I Can See" is well worth the view. Set in a recession-stricken Ohio where jobs are scarce, dreams are shattered, but held onto, friendships are tested, the past comes back in a haunting way, and future wishes light up the sky, "As Wide As I Can See" tells many people's life story. This is one play that held my attention from beginning to end. If you are looking for something fresh, Mark Snyder's "As Wide As I Can See" is definitely a play to go see!
Review: "It's de-lightful, it's de-licious, it's de-lovely," which is the exact sentiment I thought on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, I once again boarded the S.S. American and set sail for a most wonderful trip, Roundabout Theatre Company's production of the Tony Award winning revival of "Anything Goes." This time around, "Anything Goes" was just as enjoyable, if not more, than the first time I took it in.
"An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin" is quite enjoyable on many levels! First of all, it's an evening in musical theatre history performed by two Tony Award winners and lifelong friends. Second, it's a night of pure talent. Third, it's a lesson in what hard work, commitment, and education can do for a person.