Reviews For EAT’s “Doris Day: My Secret Love”

NEWS New York (PIX11) Interviews Actress Tiffan Borelli – Watch it here INTERVIEW with Tiffan Borelli, star of Doris Day: My secret Love – read it here on Beauty News  PODCAST with Paul Adams, Tiffan Borelli, and David Beck  – list to the STAGE WHISPER Podcast here REVIEWS “Playwright Paul Adams indeed knows about the […]

Reviews For EAT’s “Anne Being Frank”

INTERVIEW and SNEAK PEEK on Eyewitness news!    – WATCH IT HERE “An important play” … “a powerful reminder” … “heartbreaking” … “chilling” … “very moving” … “thought provoking”  – Broadway Radio “Alexis Fishman is a remarkable actor…You may think you know Anne from her diary and the many portrayals of her life and death […]

Reviews For EAT’s “Sex Work/Sex Play”

Q&A with Caytha Jentis – Playwright of Sex Work/Sex Play –  BEAUTY NEWS NYC PODCAST with Caytha Jentis and Paul Adams!   – Listen to SOMETHING RATHER THAN NOTHING podcast REVIEWS “Briskly and sharply directed by Rosie Gunther, Sex Work/Sex Play occasionally feels like an adults-only sitcom, with a talented, energetic ensemble cast who know how to […]

Kerry McGann, Performer – Sex Work / Sex Play

Tell me about Sex Work/Sex Play. What do you love most about this play? What I love most about Sex Work/Sex Play is how every character is equally a vital part of the story. Caytha (the writer) hasn’t made any one character a “filler” – they all have a voluminous backstory that’s so important to their […]

EAT’S Off-Broadway Season featured in Playbill

“Emerging Artists Theatre is bringing three new plays to 28th Street Theatre in repertory this fall. Following their presentation at Emerging Artists Theatre’s Spark Theatre Festival NYC, Anne Being Frank, Doris Day: My Secret Love, and Sex Work/Sex Play will run September 4-October 29 on a rotating schedule…” Read More

Emerging Artists is a Critics Pick in Time Out New York

TIME OUT SAYS: Emerging Artists Theatre, or EAT, cooks up a new edition of its platform for works-in-progress. This fall’s series showcases 70 pieces over the course of four weeks, including new musicals, plays, dances and cabaret shows; most are presented for one performance only, with some short works grouped together. Read More