PRESS & MEDIA

 

PRESS RELEASES

The Conservation of Parity: Kitchen Theatre Company Launches Virtual New Play Development Workshop in Association with New York’s Ma-Yi Theatre Company

2020 - 2021 Season: Kitchen Theatre Company Announces 2020-2021 Season

Production and Events: Kitchen Theatre Cancels Production and Events; Creates New Inventive Ways to Keep Theatre Alive

Catch as Catch Can: Catch as Catch Can Upends the Traditional Family Drama

NEA (National Endowment for the Arts Grant): Kitchen Theatre to Receive Grant from National Endowment for the Arts

Cry It Out: A Candid Comedy, Cry It Out, Reveals Truths about Class, Parenting and Empathy

Proof: ‘Why Don’t We Believe Her?’ The Pulitzer and Tony Award Winning Classic, PROOF, Still Resonates Today

The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up: A Rom Com Turned on its Head

The Children: Tony-Nominated Play THE CHILDREN Tackles Responsibility and Environmental Legacy

One Minute Play Festival: The Second Annual Ithaca One-Minute Play Festival

2019 - 2020 Season: Kitchen Theatre Company Announces 2019-2020 Season

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REVIEWS

Ithaca Times - Up is Down: Though not a dedicated gallery, the Kitchen has a solid record of exhibiting some of Ithaca’s most ambitious painters—mostly abstractionists. Large, boldly colored pieces tend to fare best in this setting and unfortunately Zusman’s relatively quiet pieces here get lost in their surroundings.

Cornell Daily Sun - Cry it Out: Maternity and What it Means to be a Feminist: “Cry It Out was truly one of the best plays I have ever had the opportunity to see. The Kitchen Theatre has never failed to impress me, but this production in particular left me in awe. The simplicity with which they go about executing the set and costume design lends itself perfectly to a believable and ultimately heartbreaking story of motherhood, and, more deeply, womanhood.”

Ithaca Times - ‘Cry it Out’: a trip through early motherhood: “exuberantly funny, riffing on nursing and sleeplessness and the simultaneously joyful and constraining role of ‘motherhood.’…Director M. Bevin O’Gara’s production is warm, generous, funny, felt and at crucial moments very vulnerable.”

Ithaca Times - ‘Proof’ holds up: “Artistic Director M. Bevin O’Gara deftly helms the Kitchen’s profound production [Proof] centered on a blazing performance by Aila Peck as Catherine.”

Cornell Daily Sun - ‘The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up’ Thrives in Mess: “[Shannon Tyo] has this warm charisma and native wit that draws you close, and often before you notice you already care so much about her character that you’d want to laugh and cry with her. …this is also more than an “Asian story”; it is a universal story about our shared humanity, only these two humans happen to be Asian.”

Ithaca Times - “The Kitchen gives “Two Kids” a proud production, and I’d love to see other work by all the creatives.”

Ithaca Times - THE CHILDREN: Grabbing attention at Kitchen Theatre: “Astutely directed by Margarett Perry, and galvanized by three powerhouse performances, this beautiful play will haunt you long after.”

 

ARTICLES

Cornell Daily Sun - Kitchen Theatre to Host New Play Development Workshop with Ma-Yi Theatre

Broadway World - Kitchen Theatre Company Launches Play Development Workshop in Association with Ma-Yi Theatre Company

American Theatre - Mid-Atlantic: Adaptation and Engagement. At theatres in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, flexibility is the watchword.

Ithaca Journal - Reopening Arts After Coronavirus Shutdown Will Bring Life Back to Ithaca

American Theatre - Kitchen Theatre Names David Winitsky Interim Producing Artistic Director

Theatre Times - Inside David Winitsky: Thoughts on Theatre, The Upcoming Fall Season at Kitchen, and Beyond

Broadway World - David Winitsky is Named Kitchen Theatre Company’s New Interim Producing Artistic Director

Lansing Star Online - KTC Names Winitksy Producing Artistic Director

Cornell Daily Sun - Ithaca’s Kitchen Theatre Names Cornell Alum as Interim Producing Artistic Director

American Theatre - Producing Artistic Director, M. Bevin O’Gara and Associate Producing Director, Lesley Greene Depart Kitchen Theatre

Broadway World - Kitchen Theatre Cancels Production and Events; Creates New Inventive Ways to Keep Theatre Alive

Tompkins Weekly - Theatre, performing arts improve longevity

Broadway World - Catch as Catch Can Comes to Kitchen Theatre Company

IC News - IC Alumni and Faculty “Cry It Out”

The Ithacan - Editorial: Ithaca theater scene brings students and locals together

The Ithacan - Female-focused story takes the local stage in play

Ithaca Times - Kitchen Theatre’s artistic director to depart in June

Broadway World - Kitchen Theatre Company to Receive Grant from National Endowment for the Arts

Broadway World - A Candid Comedy CRY IT OUT on Stage at the Kitchen Theatre in February

BroadwayWorld - Proof Will Play at the Kitchen Theatre Company

Ithaca Times - Opening the Door: Kitchen Theatre and Actors Workshop testing out a new method

BroadwayWorld - The Kitchen Turns a Rom-Com on its Head

BroadwayWorld - THE CHILDREN Comes to the Kitchen Theatre Company

BroadwayWorld - Kitchen Theatre Gallery Features Art Of John Lyon Paul

Sustainable Tompkins - Kitchen Theatre Implements Green Practices

 

PHOTOS AND RADIO

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WRFI - Interim Producing Artistic Director David Winitsky on the Future on the Kitchen Theatre

WVBR - What’s Cooking in the Kitchen Theatre? Meet their new Artistic Director.

WHCU - Kitchen Theatre Company names Interim Artistic Director

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WSKG - Erica Steinhagen talks about CRY IT OUT with Bill Snyder
WSKG - Actor Cory Censoprano talks about TWO KIDS with Bill Snyder
WRFI - Jen Johansen, Tyler Struble, and Lesley Greene talk about THE CHILDREN with Neil Sc

Important Conversations Happen in The Kitchen