• Your Program is Your Ticket

    Sean Chandler, whose play At The Flash is on Indie Theater Now, has just launched a new podcast series about independent/fringe theater. It’s called Your Program is Your Ticket, and

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  • Being in the room with the Boys of a Certain Age

    From Playwright Dan Fingerman: When we offered R. Scott Williams the role of Uncle Ira, he said that it would be a change “doing a play where the author isn’t

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  • nytheatre.com is back

    Folks, with pride and excitement I announce today that the nytheater indie archive launches today. It’s online and live RIGHT NOW, at the old familiar address for indie theater in

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  • What I Learned in 2016

    I thought it might be interesting to look back over the past 12 months and take note of some of the new stuff I learned this year.

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  • On Dealing with Loss and Longing

    You can’t have lived very long before you start getting tested by life and introduced to the concepts of loss and longing.

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  • 2017

    So: 2017. A milestone, because nytheatre.com was born 20 years ago (in February 1997).

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  • The Impact of Others

    To a great extent all of us are reflections of the impact others have had on our lives. Praise, encouragement and love generate positive self-esteem while disrespect, disparagement and loathing create the opposite.

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  • The Times They Were A-changin

    From the moment they conceive, most parents have hopes and dreams for their children and are anxious to provide the discipline and encouragement they need to grow from helpless infants

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  • Trust Is A Must

    It seems to me that mutual trust is the fundamental basis for any relationship. When it starts to fray, the relationship inevitably falters.

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  • Nothing’s Lost Forever

    Today we launch the nytheater indie archive community project. I’ve built a prototype of the search resource that is the engine of our archive and I want everybody to see it now.

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ITN Editor's Corner

Marc Spitz

Today my sad duty is to report that one of the members of that family has passed away. Marc Spitz, whose play Shyness Is Nice is in Plays and Playwrights 2002, died last week at the much-too-early age of 47, in NYC.

nytheatre.com is back

Folks, with pride and excitement I announce today that the nytheater indie archive launches today. It’s online and live RIGHT NOW, at the old familiar

ITN PLAYWRIGHTS CORNER

The Impact of Others

To a great extent all of us are reflections of the impact others have had on our lives. Praise, encouragement and love generate positive self-esteem while disrespect, disparagement and loathing create the opposite.

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