SCOTCH AND MADNESS Alleyway Theatre
Tatiana Gelfand and Paul Jensen’s “Scotch and Madness” is clearly one of those late night barroom conversations.
You know, enjoying the Christmas holidays and somebody says: I’m glad I’m not some shrink dealing with holiday madness.
Feb 28, 2020, 14:31
WHAT I THOUGHT I KNEW Maxine & Robert Seller Theatre/Jewish Repertory Theatre
One-performer shows can be among the great stage shows of theater, one performer on a stage trying to tell a story, funny, sad or just entertaining.
Feb 14, 2020, 17:03
COOKIN' AT THE COOKERY Daemen College/MusicalFare Theatre
It’s one of those fact of work life, the idea that you will have to change jobs and careers perhaps several times to get by.
Alberta Hunter would understand that.
Feb 13, 2020, 12:37
FACTORY FOR MURDERERS Alleyway Theatre
Some names in history stick out, people, places and events people recognize and think they know about.
Think Jack the Ripper, the sick killer who rampaged through the poverty-stricken East End of London in 1888.
Feb 7, 2020, 15:58
WBEN's Tom Bauerle can dish it, but apparently can't take it.
Tom Bauerle a longtime radio personality on WGR and now WBEN has a history of stirring up the emotions of his listeners for his, and his station's, monetary gain. For example, in 2001 when he worked for WGR as a co-host with Chris "The Bulldog" Parker in a program entitled "Bauerle and the Bull Dog". His stint on this show earned them at least one complaint to the FCC ( PRESS STATEMENT OF COMMISSIONER GLORIA TRISTANI ). Tom Bauerle while trying to be WNY's alt-right shock jock tries to foment political hate through skewed commentary.
Jan 18, 2020, 15:35
New York needs Voter Registration Reform to include controls
We should not conflate the lack of controls in our election law relative to insuring that only those who are eligible to vote are registered to vote while not disenfranchising any of them with the Green Light Law.
Jan 4, 2020, 09:23
Is the West Seneca Ethics Board - unethical?
I have to say I am very disappointed at the apparent conflicted state the West Seneca Ethics Board has proven itself to be in.
Nov 1, 2019, 22:48
MAN AND SUPERMAN With Don Juan in Hell Festival Theatre/Shaw Festival
George Bernard Shaw loved words, small words, giant words, an endless flow of words, flowing like a great river to meet his goals of spreading a gospel of his values.
Oct 2, 2019, 10:44
VICTORY Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre/Shaw Festival
Sep 6, 2019, 15:34
CYRANO DE BERGERAC Royal George Theatre/Shaw Festival
The nose is back.
In innumerable scripts, adaptations and translations, the story of Cyrano de Bergerac remains fascinating to the theater audience.
Sep 6, 2019, 15:26
Rep. Tom Reed should represent the citizens of New York State rather than the Seneca Nation
Rep. Reed can put an end to the issues we are having with the Seneca Nation. First, he can put to bed the perennial fight over the Thruway. He can do this by introducing a bill and urging its passage to gether with all the other members of the House and Senate that represent New York citizens codifying the United States long held position that acts that created the right of the Thruway to cross the Seneca Nation land was proper and barring any claim in any court or other forum.
Aug 27, 2019, 17:42
THE GLASS MENAGERIE Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre/Shaw Festivaleatree
Aug 3, 2019, 21:33
THE LADYKILLERS Festival Theatre/Shaw Festival
The wages of sin center “The Ladykillers.”
Jul 27, 2019, 23:09
SEX Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre/Shaw Festival
This is the Shaw Festival.
Even George Bernard Shaw would certainly have a little problem with naming a show “Sex,” but not a problem with a show about sex.
Jul 20, 2019, 16:49
MOTHER'S DAUGHTER Studio Theatre/Stratford Festival
After playing any number of major roles as a performer, Kate Hennig apparently took to heart that frequent jibe to actresses: If you don’t think there are enough good roles for women, go write your own.
Jul 11, 2019, 11:22