• Opening Night Jersey Boys (and Girls)

    Opening Night Jersey Boys (and Girls)

    In his new review of DADA HOT PAPA , New York magazine’s Jesse Green writes, “When a play trains its basilisk gaze on a demographic you belong to, it may seem as if the playwright took notes inside your head.”

  • John Lee Beatty Sets the Scene

    According to DADA WOOF PAPA HOT set designer, John Lee Beatty, “We decided that the young child of the two main characters invaded almost every scene of the play, even though we never see that child.”

  • Kiddie Literature

    Kiddie Literature

    The world of kiddie lit and its social repercussions involves DADA WOOF PAPA HOT playwright Peter Parnell, who throughout his career has shown an abiding passion for influence exerted by various kinds of literature.

  • Get Ready for Grub

    “Is the food out yet?” asked Patrick Breen on Thursday night, as the cast and crew of DADA WOOF PAPA HOT assembled at P.J. Clarke’s after the play’s first preview.

  • Setting Foot on Stage

    “Tech hell” is the classic description for the transition from rehearsal room to the theater itself, but it’s more like “tech limbo”: endless waiting.