“CROSSING BOROUGHS” WRITE-UP by VINNIE NAUHEIMER

“CROSSING BOROUGHS” by VINNIE NAUHEIMER The audience at the Artists Without Walls’ presentation of “Crossing Boroughs” was treated to a scrumptious mix of singing, dancing, music, and history last Sunday afternoon at the Museum of the City of New York. Weaving together the intricate blend of the music, dance, history and culture that defined each…

UPCOMING ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS’ MEMBERS’ EVENTS

Upcoming Artists Without Walls’ Members’ Events: Serena Jost at the Owl Music Parlor, 497 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn, Sunday, January 7, 8pm. $10 suggested donation.  Shu Nakamura at the Sidewalk Cafe, 94 Avenue A, NYC, Tuesday, January 9, 8pm. No cover charge.  John Moran and Artists Without Walls present a staged reading of “Ancient History” at…

JOHN MORAN and ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS PRESENTS “ANCIENT HISTORY” at THE CELL

John Moran and Artists Without Walls are pleased to present a staged reading of Ancient History, by David Ives featuring Stephanie Linas and Daniel Schwait,* January 12, 7:30pm, at The Cell Theatre.  Jack and Ruth, a seemingly perfect match, are suddenly faced with the question of marriage. In this smart and spirited play, serious differences,…

AWoW’S “CROSSING BOROUGHS” at THE MUSEUM of the CITY of NEW YORK: A BONUS for ATTENDEES

There’s another reason why you’ll want to attend Artists Without Walls’ January 28 show “Crossing Boroughs,” where you’ll not only experience an afternoon of wonderful entertainment, but for the price of the show, which is only $15, you’ll have access to all the exhibits in the museum. If you haven’t been to the Museum of…

ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS PRESENTS “CROSSING BOROUGHS” at THE MUSEUM of the CITY of NEW YORK

Artists Without Walls is pleased to announce that it will once again have a show in Origin Theatre’s First Irish Theatre Festival titled “Crossing Boroughs.” The show will be performed at the Museum of the City of New York, January 28, 3pm. “Crossing Boroughs” was written by Charles R. Hale and stars Niamh Hyland along…

“BRAVI to ALL”: ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS’ NOVEMBER SHOWCASE at THE CELL THEATRE

Comments heard after Artists Without Walls’ Showcase at The Cell this past Tuesday.  .  “The AWoW showcases are always full of creative, surprising and inspiring performances. I was moved by the personal, touching and very clever songs/stories. From the legendary Americana and Irish folklore to the poignant and funny accounts of family legacy and furry members. Bravi…