Talent can be found in the basement of the Drama Bookshop on W.40th Street in the Arthur Seelen Theater. Joel Bischoff worked for me for a short while on a temporary assignment as did a few other actors/musicians. What a pleasure for our paths to cross.
This show had a short run - 3 days - but well worth the $8 ticket! Three one act plays - one each by Brecht, Fo, and Pinter. An interesting combination - Brecht's drama set in Nazi Germany in the 1930's, Fo's farce set in a city square "any time, anywhere" and Pinter's 8 minute dramatic sketch set in "a room".
A black box theater is... well... a black box theater - but it's so refreshing to see some raw talent close-up in such a small setting. Kudos to Hyphenate Theater for bringing these talented actors together!