Martín Hernández

law logo2x b

Iceberg Ahead!

While the story deals with a seafaring issue, don't expect things to get too deep in actor/writer/set designer/director Jay Parker's side-splitting farc...
law logo2x b

The Mistakes Madeline Made

Ensconced in a basement office at the home of an affluent Manhattan hedge fund manager, his neurotic wife and spoiled child, Edna (Kiki Lambden) is one of 15 as...
law logo2x b

Confusions

Alan Ayckborn's 1974 slate of five one-acts, under John Pleshette's tight direction of an exemplary cast, illustrates the comical consequences when we c...
law logo2x b

El Verde: ¡Viva La Frita!

Who knows what evil lurks in the heart El Verde (writer-performer Anthony Aguilar), a masked superhero in Fictional City, U.S.A. with a fondness for green and &...
law logo2x b

The Hostage

In 1959 Dublin, a young British soldier is held captive by the Irish Republican Army while an equally young IRA volunteer awaits execution for killing a policem...
law logo2x b

Bruising for Besos

In Spanish besos means kisses, but getting them in Yolanda Villamontes' family should come with combat pay. With a philandering father who alternately abuse...
article placeholder

The Making of a Mulatto

Born in France to a black father from North Carolina and a white French mother, writer-performer Juliette Fairley should have a compelling tale to tell. Unfortu...
article placeholder

Salvage

The title of Diane Glancy's drama refers both to the play's setting in an auto-salvage yard and the larger struggle Native Americans face in reclaiming ...
article placeholder

New.

What might happen if, say, Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie were stuck in a bomb shelter after a nuclear holocaust and ruminated on the dismal effect of the war o...