Since 2000, this annual summer festival has celebrated the diversity of theater by presenting an array of 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 (July 16-August 7). Find the complete lineup on the official website.
See it if I saw 2 shows: "...Connor Stephens", which caused everyone to cry and "Shadow of a Dream", which was dated but good. Good inexpensive shows
Don't see it if The theatre was EXTREMELY hot and there's minimal staging. Seats are tight and creak. If this bothers you, don't see...
See it if u enjoy seeing multiple plays by a variety of writers & actors. I saw 1 that was excellent & 1 that clearly needed work, but wasnt horrible
Don't see it if you expect everything you see to be polished & perfect.
See it if The festival serves all types and really has something for everyone. Go see a show before you miss out!
Don't see it if No matter what you like, there is a show for you. Comedy, intense drama, dance, and solo - there is such talent in this festival!
See it if Saw WIMBERLEY... Some of the best acting I've ever seen. I was so moved by the story. I wanted more. everyone should see it.
Don't see it if You don't have feelings
See it if You should definitely see WIMBERLEY at the Midtown. This show is so great and has such beautiful depth. Such great acting and storytelling.
Don't see it if Just see it. I promise it's worth it.