The Toxic Avenger

by Joe DiPietro & David Bryan

New World Stages

directed by John Rando, choreographed by Wendy Seyb

costumes by David Woolard, lighting by Ken Posner, sound by Kurt Fischer


All photos courtesy of Carol Rosegg

Who Will Save New Jersey?

Nick Cordero, Sara Chase, Demond Green, Nancy Opel and Matthew Salvidar

Tromaville Library

Nick Cordero & Sara Chase

Jersey Girl

Nancy Opel & Nick Cordero

Kick Your Ass

Nick Cordero

Hot Toxic Love

Sara Chase & Nick Cordero

Evil is Hot

Nancy Opel & Demond Green


Matthew Salvidar, Nancy Opel and Demond Green

A Brand New Day in New Jersey

Matthew Salvidar, Sara Chase, Nick Cordero, Nancy Opel and Demond Green

Toronto Production, Danforth Music Hall

All Men Are Freaks

Brittany Gray

"Beowulf Boritt's set, chiefly stacks of occasionally glowing oil drums, looks terrific." ~Sam Thielman Variety

"Also cheerfully ingenious: Beowulf Boritt's set, a mountain of oil drums that transforms into Sarah's home and various other locations." ~Jeremy Gerard, Bloomberg News

"Beowulf Boritt, an artist of almost infinite cleverness, provides an enormous pile of waste barrels, which opens up to reveal various other locations, including the library, Babs' office, Sarah's living room (with a "Home Sweet Home" sign placed sideways), and the beauty shop where Babs and Ma have their showdown. It's a big design for Off Broadway, yet it retains the gleefully tacky aesthetic so central to the source material." ~David Barbour, Lighting & Sound America

"A guy appears at the top of a huge pyramid of grimy oil drums (the main element of the consistently and surprisingly clever scenic design by Beowulf Boritt)" ~Andy Propst, Theatremania