Tag Archives: Israel Horovitz
Some of the most prominent names in playwriting today – plus a local actor and writer – headline an intensive series of readings May 11—14 at Theatre Lab, the professional resident company of Florida Atlantic University headed by Louis Tyrrell.
Israel Horovitz’s My Old Lady at Palm Beach Dramaworks is a cornucopia of delightful wordplay and an insightful examination of human relationships, featuring superb performances by Estelle Parsons, Angelica Page and Tim Altmeyer
Estelle Parsons, Angelica Page, Tim Altmeyer, about to open in Israel Horovitz’s My Old Lady at Dramaworks, talk about the life of “a working actor.”
Entirely well-acted, thoughtfully directed, in a evolved play about past loves we can’t leave behind, Fighting Over Beverley by Israel Horovitz has its way way off Broadway tryout at Theatre at Arts Garage.
Palm Beach Dramaworks is launching Dramalogue, a fresh program designed to provide theater enthusiasts with an entertaining and educational glimpse of various facets of theater production.
Israel Horovitz’s Gloucester Blue, getting a gleefully mischievous world premiere at the Arts Garage, is a black comedy with all three Aristotelian verities – beer, blackmail and blood. The internationally honored playwright has penned an offbeat tale rooted in blue collar rage against the one-percenters as two workmen and two Brahmins interact in wildly varying ways that will leave dead bodies in their wake.
As part of our On The Boards podcasts in cooperation with Arts Radio Network, Florida Theater On Stage’s Bill Hirschman sits down for a conversation with Arts Garage Artistic Director and founder Lou Tyrrell for a comprehensive discussion about the season, the challenges of presenting new work, and the state of theater today. Arts Garage presents the world premiere this weekend of Israel Horovitz’s Gloucester Blue.
City Theatre’s annual rite of the season Summer Shorts has developed a well-earned reputation for being the dictionary definition of “uneven.” So it’s a relief that this 17th edition is the most consistently funny and entertaining in quite some time.