Read an interview in Call me Adam with director and Artistic Director, Peter Dobbins. Learn about the play, Dobbins' approach to directing and more!
***The original article can be found on the Call Me Adam website.***
Last year I saw the Peter Dobbins directed show Death Comes For The War Poets. I was so impressed with his directing that I was very excited for this opportunity to interview Peter about directing The Ra...
A stage classic by N. Richard Nash from the golden age of American theater, The Rainmaker is the story of a charismatic stranger who arrives in town on a hot summer day, bringing hope to a drought-stricken town as well as a lonely spi...
We promise there's no dress code for rehearsals. But it does look like a memo went out:
Pictured left to right are Ken Trammell, Sean Cleary, Benjamin Jones and Fleur Alys Dobbins.
On the first day of full Curry Family rehearsal it became clear there was an unofficial dress code happening: PLAID. (Alright, and checks too.). Not pictured is director Peter Dobbins also in a small checked button down.
The Storm Theatre Company joins Blackfriars Repertory Company for a co-production of The Rainmaker by N. Richard Nash. The Rainmaker opens April 27th - May 20th at The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture. Peter Dobbins directs. Check back to see cast announcements and further details!
A schism in feminism is the subject of Jonathan Leaf’s The Fight, a Storm Theatre production playing at The Grand Hall, in the basement of St. Mary Church on the Lower East Side. Leaf’s play is based on a personal and professional fallout between Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan, and sets the modern (Steinem) against the old (Friedan) of the modern...
"Playwright Jonathan Leaf’s prodigious research, accomplished dramatic construction and clever device of threading a mystery throughout the events make the play quite engrossing. There’s also the sociological angle as the characters eloquently state and defend their differing beliefs and agendas that include careerism versus motherhood."