A young couple explores role-playing to enhance their sex life.
Ian Cohen's play, LENNY & LOU, a nominee for the American Theatre Critic's Association's annual ATCA/Steinberg New Play Award, premiered September 2004 at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C., and was a finalist in the 2003 HBO Comedy Festival. Workshops of...
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Ian Cohen's play, LENNY & LOU, a nominee for the American Theatre Critic's Association's annual ATCA/Steinberg New Play Award, premiered September 2004 at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C., and was a finalist in the 2003 HBO Comedy Festival. Workshops of both LENNY & LOU and GOD'S CREATURES were presented by The Lark Play Development Center in New York in 2001 and 1999, respectively. In 2000, GOD'S CREATURES was a semi-finalist in the Stageplays' International Playwrights Competition. THE DESERT was featured by PSNBC in 2002 and received Honorable Mention in the Plays for the New Millennium Competition. LUNA PARK was a runner-up in the Jewish Ensemble Theatre's Spring Festival of New Plays. GOING, a one-act, was a semi-finalist in the Chutzpah Festival and was presented by the 42nd Street WorkShop. Ian is an Artistic Associate at the Lark Play Development Center. He also wrote and co-directed the film of his short play, FANTASY, along with Joe Leonard.
Reviews by ilc0802 17
A review of The Walletby ilc0802 on 06/28/2005Good work. You accomplished your assignment, but you didn't make a film that should be considered for competition. That being said, the film works on its own terms despite the limitations. You told the story. I thought that the technical aspects of the film were fine, And I'm looking forward to your next entry.
A review of She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not.by ilc0802 on 04/03/2005Everything seems right about this film, yet for some reason it isn't as funny or as endearing as it could be. The plot is good, actors appealing, and the script, though literal, is funny. I think SHE LOVES ME, SHE LOVES ME NOT labors too hard. Maybe a lighter touch by all involved would work better.
A review of Janie and Bearby ilc0802 on 02/18/2005I don't know much about animation, but it appeared to me that this was very well done. The film looks great. I only wish we could've had a little more of Bear being ill-treated. This way, Janie deserves the revenge exacted on her. Right now, her death is shocking and horrible, but you don't really feel for her or bear. Great work, though.