In "Call Me Adam's" first cross-country interview, I catch up with Sordid Lives' creator Del Shores & leading lady Ann Walker ("LaVonda"). With me in New York & Del & Ann in Los Angeles, we talk about their new film A Very Sordid Wedding (the sequel to the Sordid Lives franchise). From remembering Rue McClanahan to the state of the world we live in to finding hope, this is one sordid interview you don't want to miss! A Very Sordid Wedding premieres 3/10 at Camelot Theatres!
I interviewed J. Stephen Brantley & David Drake in 2014. I was so moved by that show that when I heard they were going to work together again, I knew I needed to do a new interview. Then I found out Todd Flaherty was also going to star in this new show & I was like, bam, let's talk with everyone! Bareback Ink, written by Bob Bartlett & directed by Obie Award winner David Drake, tells the story of a beautiful boy who is forcibly tattooed in this erotic new plays IRT 3/4-3/18!
I've never read nor seen a Harry Potter book/movie, but I'm intrigued by the Harry Potter phenomenon. When I heard about Matt Cox's show PUFFS or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic, I cast a spell for him to answer my call & vuala, this interview ensued. Some people are born with the capacity to do great things. PUFFS is the story of the people who sit in class next to those people. PUFFS plays the Elektra Theater NYC thru 6/25!
After interviewing Laura Abbott about her play I Am Not I, my ears perked up when she told me her friend Lexie Braverman was starring in a new play called Dark Vanilla Jungle, about a young girl trying to stay alive amidst an act of violence that alters her existence & everyone she touches. I then knew I had to delve deep into this show. Presented by Brave Artists Collective, Dark Vanilla Jungle will play a limited run at The Flamboyan Theater in NYC 3/14-3/26!
One Sunday afternoon, I attended Tulis McCall's show, Are You Serious? A Woman of a Certain Age Inquiries & I was blown away by it. Are You Serious? is a show everyone can relate to because we are all aging. Tulis is engaging, enthusiastic, & knows how to draw an audience in. This truly is one show you don't want to miss! Are You Serious? A Woman of a Certain Age Inquiries plays every Sunday at 3pm at the Cornelia Street Cafe, being extended through 3/26!