2017 Season Announced
2017 marks Tongue in Cheek Theater's twelfth season, which features two thought-provoking comedies:
- Buffalo Heights by Adam Harrell is an official selection of the Planet Connections Theatre Festival, 6 performances June 15-30, 2017 at The LATEA Theatre on the LES
- The Best of Everything adapted by Julie Kramer based on the book by Rona Jaffe, will run for 8 performances October 18-28, 2017 at The Bridge Theatre in midtown
Rapture, Blister, Burn
StageBuddy.com raves, "Tongue in Cheek's revival brings an excellent perspective through its nuanced and hilarious performances. Directed by Molly Ballerstein, the cast weaves the play's humor and rich perspective on feminism and women's lives to excellent effect... creating a profound and profoundly funny must-see play."
Manhattan with a Twist toasts, "Tongue in Cheek's production feels both light and relevant. ...a great choice for an intimate night, and this was the right crew to put it up. What a satisfying production!"
Women Playing Hamlet
The Inn at Lake Devine
Theatre is Easy praised The Inn at Lake Devine, saying, "It’s a large cast and a uniformly strong one... Director Kimberly Faith Hickman has a steady hand... With religion always a hot button topic, it’s refreshing to see a show tackle the topic with humor and poignancy without being overly earnest."