Here's what is being said about The Fight at The Storm Theatre Company: Kyle Smith from National Review says: "This is a vital play, one that goes on a dogged search into an obscure corner of our cultural history and comes back with abundant reasons to be skeptical about the official story of feminism."
"Leaf’s concise play (at the off-off Broadway venue Grand Hall through November 18) doesn’t waste a moment as it shifts back and forth in time to build a picture of loathing
Blackfriars Repertory Theatre and The Storm Theatre Company will present the world premiere of Death Comes for the War Poets, a dramatic verse tapestry by Joseph Pearce . The production, which will be performed June 9-24, 2017 at The Sheen Center, is directed by Peter Dobbins.
On the centenary of the United States’ entry into World War One, Death Comes for the War Poets grapples with the horror of trench warfare as experienced by the two greatest war poets, Siegfried Sassoo
"Peterson and Dobbins handle their roles admirably, particularly as the emotional pitch of events escalates. Dobbins is a convincing McCarthy, shifting seamlessly between vulnerability and icy wit, while Peterson’s amorphous de Man manages to be both repulsive and pitiable. These subtleties are facilitated by Leaf’s smart script and the simple set, constituted largely of scattered books." – Ian Tuttle, National Review Read the full article "... an erudite detective story, an
“ ... a REFRESHING and CONTEMPORARY take
on love and philosophy.”
Ed Malin, Theatre In The Now
“... EFFECTIVE theater in significant part due to the BRAVURA WORK of FLEUR ALYS DOBBINS, whose portrayal of McCarthy SEETHED and SPARKLED.”
David P. Goldman, PJ Media "Jed Peterson as de Man is a FASCINATING near-reincarnation of Paul Henreid playing the sly, covert Nazi in Carol Reed’s 1940 thriller Night Train To Munich."
Thomas McArdle, The Stream #JonathanLeaf #Deconstruction
NEW YORK, Feb. 9—The Storm Theatre, in association with Christopher Ekstrom Productions, kicks off its 20th anniversary season with the world premiere of “Deconstruction,” by Jonathan Leaf. The historically-inspired play directed by Storm Artistic Director Peter Dobbins, runs Mar. 3 – Mar. 25, Grand Hall (at St. Mary’s Parish), 440 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002, for 16 performances. Tickets are on sale now for $25 and can be purchased at SmartTix at 212-868-4444 or www.sma
JOIN THE STORM THEATRE FAMILY FOR TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS + COMPLIMENTARY WINE & BEER. The post-show party is FREE for all attending the 7:30 p.m. show on Saturday, Oct. 1st. Meet members of the Divine Comedy production and party with the Storm Theatre community for a memorable evening you'll likely not remember. TICKETS ONLY $18 For tickets, please visit SmartTix At GRAND HALL 440 Grand Street (at St. Mary's Parish). Take the F to Delancey; M to Essex; Take the B or D to Grand. AB
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Get Tickets Now: www.smarttix.com The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present "Divine Comedy," two "heavenly" one-act comedies, directed by Peter Dobbins. The show features “Saint Felix and His Potatoes,” by Henri Brochet, a play about an attempted robbery, followed by “The Coach of The Holy Sacrament,” by Prosper Mérimée, the comic, but true tale of the conflicted romance between an elderly Spanish Viceroy and a young actress in late 18th century Peru. “Each
For Immediate Release “DIVINE COMEDY” Directed by Peter Dobbins September 30 – October 22, 2016 Grand Hall (at St. Mary’s Church), 440 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002 NEW YORK, Aug. 19 — The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present “Divine Comedy,” two heavenly one-act comedies directed by Storm Artistic Director Peter Dobbins, Sept. 30 – Oct 22, Grand Hall (at St. Mary’s Parish), 440 Grand Street, New York, NY, for 16 performances. The co-production is part o
For Immediate Release: The Storm Theatre presents The North American Premiere of the Olivier Award Winning Play COLLABORATORS By John Hodge, directed by Peter Dobbins Begins Performances on January 8; Opening January 14, 2016 Grand Hall 440 Grand Street at St. Mary’s Church ★ ★ ★ ★
“Rare and special… An absurdly fantastic view of Stalin, and it’s seriously funny.” The London Times New York: This January, The Storm Theatre (Peter Dobbins, Producing Artistic Director; Fleur A