Friday
Sep212018

Actors/Crew Talk about "An Attempt to Heal in the Contemporary World"

Actor Riley Austin Scott, interviewed by Siren Magazine editor Raisa Imogen, talks about how the play is not your usual fare, is intellectual, makes you think about healing, and he tells us something you might not know about him. #fringenyc

tickets available here: http://www.fringenyc.org/basic_page.php?ltr=A#AnAtte

 

Asst. Director James Dean Palmer, interviewed by Siren Magazine editor, Raisa Imogen, talks about the humor in the play. #fringenyc

Tickets here:  http://www.fringenyc.org/basic_page.php?ltr=A#AnAtte

 

Actress Andrea Peterson, interviewed by Siren Magazine editor Raisa Imogen, talks about the sexual nature of her character and more. #fringenyc
Tickets here: http://www.fringenyc.org/basic_page.php?ltr=A#AnAtte

 

Tuesday
Sep112018

Thanks, Northwestern News, for the Story

Saturday
Sep012018

Tickets now on sale for An Attempt to Heal in the Contemporary World

Dave might have a problem, but we don't! We're excited about our business cards (front/back) designed by Ken Pagni and about the fact that tickets are now on sale: http://ow.ly/IH6c30lE4UU

#fringenyc #wilhelmreich #freud #theatre #plays #screwball #comedy#northwestern #newyork #nu_soc N.u. Comm

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Thursday
Aug302018

Second Teaser for Cassandra the Film

Sunday
Aug262018

Introducing James Dean Palmer

Introducing James Dean Palmer, who will be the assistant director for the NY production of my play, An Attempt to Heal in the Contemporary World. Tickets on sale starting September 1.  Dan SilversteinJessy LynnKelley SenerGreg Peace http://davidetolchinsky.com/an-attempt-to-heal/. #fringenyc 

James is a New York based director and educator. In 2010 he was awarded a Joseph Jefferson award for Best Direction of The Love of the Nightingale. He has worked with Steppenwolf Theatre, Roundabout Theatre, The Goodman Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, American Theater Company, The Texas Shakespeare Festival, Asolo Rep, NYU, Fordham, Chautauqua Theatre, and Chicago Dramatists, among others. For nine seasons he served as the Artistic Director of Chicago’s Red Tape Theatre. He was the assistant to the Artistic Director at Steppenwolf Theatre and served on the Board of Directors at the League of Chicago Theaters. James has recieved fellowships from the Drama League, SDCF, Chautauqua Theatre Company and is a Peter Kaplan Fellow. He holds an MFA in Directing from Brown University and is a full member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers union. James teaches Acting and Voice and Speech at the Professional Performing Arts School in midtown Manhattan. He has taught directing at Playwrights Horizons and acting at Trinity Repertory Company's Young Adult Summer Institute as well as teaching Viewpoints and Suzuki at Red Tape Theatre in Chicago.