Review: “What We’re Up Against” by Theresa Rebeck


In the aftermath of the Harvery Weinstein scandal, #MeToo, and everything that's going on in the world, a play about gender issues seems more relevant than ever. Theresa Rebeck’s What We’re Up Against at the WP Theater is that play for me, and as soon as it started, I knew I was in for something timely and relevant to what we are experiencing today. It's not about sexual assault, but rather office politics, gender imbalance, and equality, all which are issues that pertain to what we are hearing about today. In my first TV job, I worked for two men. I Read More


Giveaway: Win a Pair of Tickets to See SEMINAR on Broadway (3 chances!)

A few months ago, I wrote about my experience seeing Seminar on Broadway, written by Theresa Rebeck and directed by Sam Gold (what a combination).  It’s a play about a professor who is teaching a private writing seminar to four aspiring young novelists in a NYC apartment.  A the time, Alan Rickman, one of my favorites, was playing the lead and I spoke about my undying love for the man and essentially how much I enjoyed the play. It made me love and hate Rickman's character at the same time.  Well, mostly hate.  It's hard when you love the actor playing a Read More


Celebrate Off-Broadway’s “Motherhood Out Loud”

Motherhood Out Loud

I want to invite you to something very special.  A Twitter party for a very special NYC off-Broadway show.  Oh, and I'm running it, so you really have to come!  If you're a mom or theater lover or have an interest in women's issues, you won't want to miss this.  Plus, you'll have two chances to win a pair of tickets to the show! There's a new play at Primary Stages called Motherhood Out Loud.  Playing until October 29th at Primary Stages, it's a show that shatters traditional notions about parenthood, unveils its inherent comedy and celebrates the Read More