offoffoff theater



Site links
  • Contact us

    Get our newsletter:
    Search the site:

    Theater section
  • Theater main page
  • Theater archive
  • Theater links

    Current theater

  • Fall Briefs
  • Nick


    Complete archive, 1999-present

    2008-2009 reviews:
  • Anaïs Nin Goes To Hell
  • beast: a parable
  • Blanche Survives Katrina in a FEMA Trailer Named Desire
  • Blasted
  • Buffalo Gal
  • China: The Whole Enchilada
  • The Corn Maiden
  • Crawl, Fade to White
  • Doruntine
  • Extraordinary Rendition
  • The First Breeze of Summer
  • Fringe Festival 2008
  • Fringe Festival favorites
  • The Glass Cage
  • Hair
  • Hidden Fees* (A Play About Money)
  • Jailbait
  • King of Shadows
  • The Longest Running Joke of the Twentieth Century
  • Lucasville: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising
  • Macbeth
  • The Master Builder
  • Missa Solemnis, or The Play About Henry
  • Mourn the Living Hector
  • A Nasty Story
  • Nowadays
  • the october crisis (to laura)
  • Oresteia
  • Other Bodies
  • Prayer
  • Psalms of a Questionable Nature
  • Raised by Lesbians
  • Reasonable Doubt
  • Sleepwalk With Me
  • Small Craft Warnings
  • Something Weird . . . in the Red Room
  • Soul Samurai
  • The Sound of One Hanna Clapping
  • Southern Promises
  • The Third from the Left
  • Twelfth Night
  • Voices from Guantánamo
  • The Wendigo
  • Zombie


    To list your event here, please send information by e-mail (preferred) to or by mail to, P.O. Box 3340, Hoboken, N.J. 07030.

    Back to listings page

    Blunt Speaking

    Corin Redgrave (Tony-nominated for Not About Nightingales) is currently starring as Benedict Arnold in the Theatre for a New Audience production of The General from America, written and directed by Richard Nelson. Always a man of his convictions, he will also be performing two special presentations of his one-man show Blunt Speaking, a play he wrote about Sir Anthony Blunt — minor aristocrat, art historian, Cambridge don, power in the art world — and traitor who spied for the KGB in Stalin's Soviet Union ~ fitting well into the themes of war and betrayal he is exploring at the Lortel nightly through December 22. The first performance will be a benefit for The Actors Fund, on Monday, December 9 at 7:30PM — the only national social services organization that serves everyone in the entertainment community. The second will be for Not In Our Name, on Wednesday, December 18 at 2PM — an international group of artists dedicated to call on all Americans to oppose the war against Iraq.

    Dates:  Dec. 18, 2002
    Venue:  Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher St. (btw. 7th & Hudson)
    Price:  $10-$30
    Tickets/info:  (212) 946-6534

    Note: Information is displayed as supplied by the producers or publicists and is not written by

    Back to listings page