After a significant rewrite it reopened at the pub in 1994, running for five more months as Jelly Roll Morton: Hoo-Dude before finding a home off-Broadway
As he recalls growing up gay in Nassau County, N.Y.--an experience that forms the basis of his one-man show, Rhapsody in Seth, currently playing off-Broadway
at the Actors' Playhouse in New York City--the playwright-performer breezily admits, "I knew I was gay when I was 4!
San Diego has been the launching pad for a few Broadway and off-Broadway
hits in the past few years, most notably La Jolla Playhouse's productions of Tommy and Big River.
Famed lesbian Broadway and cabaret star Lea DeLaria returns to the stage in a brand new off-Broadway
musical by the composer-lyricist of The Wild Party, Marie Christine, and Hello Again.
When she next appears, promptly at eight, in her trademark red dress and dyed-red curls, she's Annie Warbucks, star and namesake of New York's hottest off-Broadway
I would cry and cry and paint and paint." When the opportunity arose to perform White Tie in a new off-Broadway
theater, Tune jumped.
WILMOT SET TO SHINE ON STAGE IN OFF-BROADWAY
SUCCESS OLIVIER award winner Gary Wilmot, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Gabriel Vick and Paul Keating head the cast of the European premiere of Little Miss Sunshine.
Be More Chill's success online is what convinced producers that it was ready for an off-Broadway
production, which sold out before opening night; an extension of the run sold out in less than eight hours.
Later on, as off-Broadway
became the New York theater force it continues to be, actors who performed off-Broadway
became eligible to receive an award.
NEW YORK CITY: In November, after six months of negotiations, Actors' Equity Association and the Off-Broadway
League reached what the two organizations called a "historic" new Off-Broadway
contract for actors and stage managers.
Fall brings with it a barrage of new shows, both on and off-Broadway
. But with Fiddler on the Roof leaving us in December, an onstage kippah is less likely to be found.