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Jul.20.2012
Tickets are now available for my bipartisan romantic comedy RIGHT ON TARGET, premiering opening weekend at the prestigious New York International Fringe Festival at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York City. It's about an African American conservative and his liberal Jewish wife and stars Simcha...
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Jun.19.2012
http://www.mediablvd.com/magazine/acts-of-love.html Imagine you're a grown man -- and your mother's telling you intimate details of her sex life! Ew alert! Here's the latest episode, "My Mother's Boyfriend," of my relationship web series ACTS OF LOVE, starring the very talented Donna Castellano,...
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May.22.2012
He (play)wrights again . . . Syfy PR maven Gary Morgenstein, a dramaturge of some note, has penned “Right on Target,” his newest play, which will premiere in August at the New York International Fringe Festival. The play, which Gary dubs “a bipartisan romantic comedy,” revolves around a...
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Apr.30.2012
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Apr.17.2012
For those in NY, a reminder about the DQT/GIAA co-production reading of my new play, RIGHT ON TARGET at Soho Playhouse, 15 Van Dam Street at 7PM, TOMORROW, April 17. C/E to Spring Street. The play is about race, politics, sex and love directed by Noemi de la Puente, starring Olivia Baseman, Rand...
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Jan.31.2012
Hi Everyone, I took advantage of the Amazon Kindle free five day download offer and three of my books, Jesse's Girl, Loving Rabbi Thalia Kleinman and How to Find a Woman...Or Not, rank #1 in different categories. Check them out, available free until Friday, February 3 -- and of course, for a few...
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Jun.11.2011
MAD MEL AND THE MARRADIANS
I hope all of you will go to YouTube and see the "Mad Mel and the Marradians" video interviews with myself, director Carlo Fiorletta and the outstanding cast Jordan Auslander, William Beckwith, Rachel Caccese, Rob Gaines and Mary Riley
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May.09.2011
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KABOB DREK MANU, TERRANS! ANCIENT ALIENS THREATEN THE SURVIVAL OF EARTH IN GARY MORGENSTEIN’S NEW COMEDY MAD MEL AND THE MARRADIANS, PREMIERING MONDAY, JULY 11 AT 12TH ANNUAL MIDTOWN INTERNATIONAL THEATRE FESTIVAL              DIRECTED BY AWARD-WINNING CARLO FIORLETTA New York, NY – May 10, 2011 –...
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May.04.2011
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My new play "Mad Mel and the Marradians," a sci-fi political romp, will premiere Monday, July 11 at the 12th Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival for the first of five performances. It will be performed at the Abingdon Theatre on West 36th Street through July 28. In the play, the...
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May.04.2011
MAD MEL AND THE MARRADIANS
My new play, the sci-fi political romp "Mad Mel and the Marradians," will premiere at the 12th Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival Monday,July 11 at 6PM for the first of five performances. Other dates will be July 16 at 2:30PM, July 19 at 8:30PM, July 24 at 6PM and July 28 at...
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Oct.08.2010
A Tomato Can't Grow In The Bronx Wednesday, 06 October 2010 By Kenn Gold    A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx is a multi-generational family story set in the mid-60’s in the Bronx, NY, NY, which recently was presented at The Producers Club in New York..  The title is a take on the 1960’s novel, A...
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Sep.13.2010
Leaving The Bronx Share “A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx” playwright Gary Moregenstein: From city to suburbs.Tuesday, September 7, 2010 Ted Merwin ‘The longest journey in the world,” Norman Podhoretz once ruefully noted, “is the journey between Brooklyn and Manhattan.” For the working-class...
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Sep.13.2010
Here, thanks to the magic of YouTube (and director Carlo Fiorlettta's flip) are the Boys of Tomatoes -- Ladies coming soon!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-TxbAgV0xIhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QyWU0GFqAMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZQCfthC5rMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOr0GzeasYM
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Aug.23.2010
A TOMATO CAN'T GROW IN THE BRONX Genre: Drama   Written by Gary Morgenstein, Directed by Carlo Fiorletta A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx is about a dysfunctional blue-collarJewish family languishing under the thumb of a patriarch, who employsemotional tyranny over his fragile middle-aged...
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Aug.06.2010
Here is the link to Theatermania for my new play, A Tomato Can't Grow in the Bronx. http://www.theatermania.com/new-york/shows/a-tomato-cant-grow-in-the-bronx_172306/ And this article appeared in the August 5 edition of The New York Post By MICHAEL STARR, NEW YORK POST Speaking of writers (OK, and...
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