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Video: Susan Louise O'Connor Stars in New Webseries Lucy Knows Love (NYC Style)

Lucy Knows Love NYC style is the latest comedy web series to be launched from STAGE17.tv. The series is written by and starring Broadway's Susan Louise O'Connor Blithe Spirit as Lucy Saunders. Single gal turned married lady takes her Dayton, Oh talk show to streets of NYC helping random strangers with what she knows best-love. It's Lucy Knows Love NYC Style and boy is she fantastic. With her canny ability to assess the problems of even strangers on the street, there is nothing stopping Lucy from working her magic on the love-troubled souls in the greatest city in the world. Click below to watch the first episode - 'Big Shit' - with Sarah Bisman Bronwyn Freed on Law amp Order Svu and Diana Oh Lincoln Center, Goodspeed Opera House. Lucy may know love, but what if it's only one-sided
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Photo Flash: Susan Louise O'Connor and More in Zootopia Theatre's The Why Overhead, Opening 9/6

Adam Szymkowicz has been carving a niche for himself among our best young crop of comedy writers, describing love affairs of many kinds with an admirable simplicity. His latest work, The Why Overhead, will have its premiere run tonight, September 6 to 23, presented by Zootopia Theatre Company at Access Theater, 380 Broadway. The piece imagines what happens in the office while the boss is away. Matthew J. Nichols directs a cast of 12, which includes Susan Louise O'Connor, a Theatre World Award winner for Blythe Spirit on Broadway. Get a first look at the production in the photos below
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Photo Flash: Susan Louise O'Connor and More in Zootopia Theatre's The Why Overhead

Adam Szymkowicz has been carving a niche for himself among our best young crop of comedy writers, describing love affairs of many kinds with an admirable simplicity. His latest work, The Why Overhead, will have its premiere run September 6 to 23, presented by Zootopia Theatre Company at Access Theater, 380 Broadway. The piece imagines what happens in the office while the boss is away. Matthew J. Nichols directs a cast of 12, which includes Susan Louise O'Connor, a Theatre World Award winner for Blythe Spirit on Broadway. Get a first look at the production in the photos below
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Winners of 2010 It Awards Announced

Winners of the 2010 New York Innovative Theatre Awards were announced Monday night in a ceremony hosted by Lisa Kron at Cooper Union. The It Awards celebrate the stars of the Off-Off-Broadway community. The event was available for streaming and was live-blogged by theatre critics Doug Strassler and Aaron Riccio at www.nyitawards.com/live, where a rebroadcast is available. The list of nominees follows with the winners' names in bold.Outstanding Ensemble Marc Bovino, Joe Curnutte, Michael Dalto, Stephanie Wright Thompson, Samuel and Alasdair: "A Personal History of the Robot War"Christine Rebecca Herzog, Itsuko Higashi, Jubil Khan; "FĂȘtes de la Nuit" Kaela Crawford, Julia Giolzetti, Caitlin Mehner, Alison Scaramella, Stephanie Strohm; "Pink!" Jenny Bennett, Melissa D. Brown, John Graham, John J. Isgro, Courtney Kochuba, Kyle Minshew, Amanda Nichols, Katherine Nolan Brown, Jed Peterson, Sean Reidy, Miranda Shields, Douglas Taurel, Nate Washburn; "The Disorder Plays" Joie Bauer, David Bishins, Gina Nagy Burns,
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VOD Review: The Flying Scissors

I've long been a fan of mockumentaries, especially those that skewer deserving subjects while also skewering the sometimes overly earnest art of documentary filmmaking. The Flying Scissors, a mockumentary about the world of competitive rock, paper, scissors, occasionally succeeds at both. But despite an amusing premise and some likeably quirky characters, most of the film's humor falls flat.

The Flying Scissors -- released this week on Austin's Time-Warner Video on Demand, Amazon VOD, and other online VOD sites -- follows a dozen or so competitors in a rock, paper, scissors championship tournament, developing each character via the standard documentary mix of interviews and scenes of them going about their daily lives. Per documentary (and thus mockumentary) convention, the characters are a diverse group of socially inept oddballs, lifelong underachievers, and hyper-competitive types who have little in common except their obsession with a "sport" that no one outside the group seems to appreciate.
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Film Review of Easy Virtue: Much of Noel Coward's Charm Survives Intact

Director/co-screenwriter Stephan Elliott (The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert) had his work cut out for him in adapting one of Noel Coward's more obscure plays. Coward continues to cast a long and glamorous shadow as American audiences currently enjoy his better known and well-loved play Blithe Spirit on Broadway (with a cast that includes Angela Lansbury, Christine Ebersole, Rupert Everett, Jayne Atkinson and Susan Louise O'Connor). Easy Virtue was originally written in 1924 when Noel Coward was 23 years old. It was later adapted into a silent film and dark thriller by Alfred Hitchcock in 1928 and now, back into a light comedy about post-wwi English mores and manners at the dawn of the modern Jazz Age by Stephan Elliott and co-writer Sheridan Jobbins. A wildly naive and...
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