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Center On The Aisle -- or #COTA) for short -- was founded by theater expert, Steve Schonberg in 2014, and the site now boasts a team of 15 expert writers and reviewers. Steve created the site to help casual theatergoers easily access informative and entertaining content to help them engage more with the theater, and make confident and informed decisions when selecting shows. With this mission, the #COTA team applies their deep theater knowledge and attendance at hundreds of shows a year to create the site's content. That's quite a task! Covering Broadway, off-Broadway, cabaret, dance, music and more, the #COTA team provides a range of valuable perspectives to inform and engage readers. After all, the theater is part of our history, heritage and cultural identity - it should be engaged in as often as possible. Welcome, again, to #COTA and please come again.

Delphi Harrington and Woody Regan in ‘Cowardly Swann’

Delphi Harrington and Woody Regan in ‘Cowardly Swann’

    By Anne-Allegra Bennett (@aab_artiste) On the chilly winter evening, stage and television actress Delphi Harrington and pianist and composer Woody Regan provided a respite from the weather at the Metropolitan Room as they sang selections from the music ...

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David Ives’ “Lives of the Saints”: A Selection of Mixed Nuts

David Ives’ “Lives of the Saints”: A Selection of Mixed Nuts

By guest contributor, Shari Lifland (@ShariOntheAisle) David Ives’ collection of six short plays is—like most anthologies—a mixed bag, with a little something for everyone. The selections in this Primary Stages production vary widely in subject matter and tone, from realistically ...

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REVIEW: Clifford Odets’ “Rocket to the Moon”

REVIEW: Clifford Odets’ “Rocket to the Moon”

By Jennifer Rizzi (@jennifererizzi) The pursuit of happiness is synonymous with the American dream itself, and a prized goal that pushes every generation. Clifford Odets’ Rocket to the Moon poignantly shows how self-fulfillment was as elusive in the late 1930s ...

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Celia Berk: Thankful for this Smiling Nightingale

Celia Berk: Thankful for this Smiling Nightingale

By Erik Jonathan Shuler (@ErikJSchuler) The first thing you’ll notice when you spend an evening at a performance of Celia Berk’s is her smile: wide, eager, genuine. The next is your own. Upon entering the Metropolitan Room for the highly ...

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