All posts tagged Heather Cohn

Miss Lilly Gets Boned

(Pictured: Nitya Vidyasagar, Michael Davis, Matthew Archambault, Heather Cohn, Alisha Spielmann, Kitty Lindsay, Bekah Brunstetter, Jessica Claire Preddy, Jesse-James Austin) Much like an elephant, I won’t soon forget our 7th Food:Soul of Miss Lilly Gets Boned. Please leave your thoughts on the play and the event itself in the comment field below. To whet your…

Food:Soul #7 – Miss Lilly Gets Boned

Food:Soul features good food, good company, and a fully staged reading of a play Flux is passionate about developing and sharing with you – all for FREE! MISS LILLY GETS BONED OR: THE LOSS OF ALL ELEPHANT ELDERSby Bekah Brunstetter…directed by Heather Cohnfeaturing: Matthew Archambault, Jesse-James Austin, Michael Davis, Kitty Lindsay, Alisha Spielmann, and Nitya…

Flux Sunday, November 14th

Ken Glickfeld to the rescue! With our usual Flux Sunday spaces occupied, Ken rode to our rescue, allowing our theatre-making momentum to continue. I had thought we’d only be able to read scripts, but he was willing for us to stage scenes, and though that shift led to a time miscalculation on my part, some…

Flux Sunday, October 24th

Our second Sunday at Judson Memorial Church was also our first with audience members from their congregation – exciting! And they were certainly treated to a wide variety of um, entertainments, shall we say? Playwrights: Katherine Burger (Ever Ever), Fengar Gael (The Spell Caster), Kristen Palmer (Untitled), Brian Pracht (Wendell Wants), August Schulenburg (Presents, Denny…

Poem for the NYITA

Congrats and huzzah to the winners and nominees of the 2010 NYIT Awards! We were thrilled to see Crystal Skillman win for Outstanding Original Full Length Script and the New York Neo-Futurists grab the Caffe Cino award; and were admittedly disappointed when our Heather Cohn did not take home the IT for Outstanding Director. As…

Flux’s Season 4: Don’t Look Away

Flux is thrilled to announce our fourth season! Our fourth season explores the cost of a society remaining always vigilant. In our see something, say something world, what happens to empathy when we’re always on guard?What is our responsibility to those keeping watch?And what happens when our defenses are breached? Season 4: Don’t Look Away…

Flux Sunday, June 27th

(What is Flux Sunday?) Playwrights: Rob Ackerman (Throwing Gumballs), Johnna Adams (Hripsime), Fengar Gael (The Spell Caster), Brian Pracht (The Misogynist; Or, No More Mr. Nice Guy), August Schulenburg (Deinde) Actors: David Crommett, Alisha Spielmann, Nancy Franklin, Ingrid Nordstrom, Isaiah Tanenbaum, Heather Cohn, Jane Taylor, Elise Link The playwrights returned in full force after my…

Some Pics From The NYITA

We stumbled across some fun pics from the 2010 NYITA Ceremony on the BOBOOBLOG courtesy of Eric Roffman – scroll down to see choice party pics of Tiffany Clementi, Kelly O’Donnell, and Candice Holdorf. BOBOOBLOG is new to me, but promises to “keep the spirit of high quality OOB alive by trying to PREVIEW the…

Heather Cohn Nominated For NYIT Award!

We’re all thrilled to report that our own Heather Cohn was nominated for a New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Director for The Lesser Seductions of History! For those of you who took the time to vote for us, your votes contributed to this nomination, so from all of us, THANK YOU. This is…

Flux Sunday, June 6th

(What is Flux Sunday?) We’re back! After Jacob’s House and a weekend of rest, we returned to our weekly workshop series, Flux Sundays. After our wonderful residency at the now defunct NYR Studios, where we happily spread out our many scenes, we return to a more nomadic life, and to lesser incarnation of table reads….

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