If you love the theatre, chances are youíll get a kick out of this clever, slapstick comedy about the business of staging a play. And if thereís something familiar about it, itís undoubtedly the fact that it has the feel of a Woody Allen work. This isnít a bad thing; itís all done extremely well Ė and by a New York theatre company, which gives it an authentic Allen air.

what do you mean opens with a fledgling playwright battering out his sacred prose on a typewriter, only to be joined by a motley crew of theatre folk Ė characters in the play he is writing Ė who teach him about the process of getting his play staged and explain all the technical terms.

Itís a little confusing, what with some actors operating both as characters and commentators, but itís great fun with some memorable, Marx Brothers-like moments, and snippets of dialogue worthy of the Manhattan bard himself.
Thoughts and musings from Ego Actus
★★★ THREE STARS Review of what do you mean in The Scotsman by Alison Kerr 12 Aug 2014

Our 2015 campaign is shaping up nicely, projects will include:
In addition to many short plays and readings here in New York
(three since New Year's),
Joan Kane will be directing a play in Oslo, Norway in March and April.

We will present Kafka's Belinda in the Prague Fringe Festival in late May.

We are very excited that this year we will be producing three shows at Theatre Row.
The first will be I Know What Boys Want by Penny Jackson, directed by Joan Kane.

In the 2015 United Solo Festival at Theatre Row, we will present
The Telegram by Aldo Nicolaj, directed by Joan Kane and featuring Ioan Ardelean
and
Louise in Charlestown, by Penny Jackson, directed by Joan Kane.

More information on our Future Shows page.
Please watch this site for further details as they become available.