MIFT presents its second annual fall theater festival featuring an array of under-90-minute shows that emphasize imaginative, low-tech staging. More…
MITF is the brainchild of John Chatterton, creator of OOBR (the Off-Off-Broadway Review). Mr. Chatterton started the Midtown International Theatre Festival as a way to showcase some of the finest Off-Off-Broadway talent. Participating shows play three performances each during the fest's run (October 26 - November 20). Find the complete lineup on the official website.
See it if You are someone who enjoys romance, laughter, and clever snappy dialogue ala Gilmore Girls! You will be totally engrossed!
Don't see it if you are a person who prefers not to laugh
Also This review is for Warmth by Diana Rissetto
See it if You're a woman, a feminist, or if you love a woman or a feminist. Especially for breast cancer survivors and their loved ones.
Don't see it if You're not interested in self-growth stories or are uncomfortable about a show with a wide range of emotions. Also more for women overall.
See it if You appreciate great, witty writing and a unique comedic take on the Holocaust and what it means to "make a difference"
Don't see it if You don't have a sense of humor!
Also The play I saw was "Warmth" by Diana Rissetto.
See it if You love great acting and storytelling. A beautiful story of the love of two friends.
Don't see it if If you believe in email scandals
Also Go see Wimberley, tomorrow Fri at 6:00pm Sat 8:30pm
See it if you like an original multilayered piece of writing, a fun soundscape, and are open to learning from an entertaining mermaid
Don't see it if you are attached to a linear timeline, or only one character talking at once
Also This review is for De Profundis
See it if Warmth is a piece that walks a fine line: a comedy about Holocaust victims and survivors. It is charming and hopeful with fine performances
Don't see it if If you are a misanthrope and hate hope and joy.