Good writing? Check. Good acting? Check. Good direction? Check. Latinx-created theater is shining extra brightly these days Off-Broadway with Atlantic Theater's Tell Hector I Miss Him and now with Primary Stages' Fade. Playwright Tanya Saracho is a force to be reckoned with -- her dialogue is so good you just want to sop it up with a spoon. The play explores the nuanced relationship between a network television writer (an extremely impressive Annie Dow) and a janitor at the studio (an equally impressive Eddie Martinez) who becomes her only friend in LA. These powerhouse performances are skillfully directed and the show makes for a superb night at the theater. The icing on the cake? The theater in Greenwich Village is on the most adorable cul-de-sac in NYC. Tickets via the link below. Runs until March 5.
An off-off, well performed, hidden gem of New York.
Allison Janney shines in this classic 90's play.
Let's talk about sex, cause this show does.
It doesn't get fresher and more relevant than this! Frontrunner for Best Musical 2017.