Playbill announces the opening of The Storm Theatre and Blackfriar Repertory's revival production of The Rainmaker Off Broadway at The Sheen Center! See the article HERE! And get your tickets at THE SHEEN CENTER! #OffOffBroadway #offBroadway #Newyorktheatre #TheSheenCenter #BlackfriarsRepertoryTheatre #TheStormTheatre #Revival
See the original article from The Daily Beast by Tim Teeman. The Fight 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 feminism movement. (For dramatic purposes the women are re
Read the full review from TheatreScene.Net by Darryl Reilly "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." "Leaf employs an ingenious conceit of Doris and Phyllis having been students at
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
“ ... 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