A STITCH IN TIME - June 22 - July 09, 2023

Theater for the New City

 Crew Who's Who 

  • Robert Liebowitz


    Robert Liebowitz (director) in 200 words or less that he was given: Has directed over 75 productions since 1978. Has served as Artistic Director of three theater companies since 1981. Has written 22 plays, of which 18 have been produced in New York. Is a full-time theater critic for the on-line zine Outer Stages, among others. In almost Forrest Gump-like fashion, he has worked with Obie Award Winner Gene Frankel (1984), Emmy-Nominated Dominic Chianese (1988), Oscar Award Winner Bobby Moresco (1990/91), and Tony Award Winner Bruce Jay Friedman (2000). Has written two books on theater, which were huge sellers at the Drama Book Shop for years. Here at TNC, he wrote 'The New Normal' (2021), directed 'Holiday in Heaven' and 'A Song for Swans (2022), and directed 'Ada' earlier this year. He is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild since 1987, and the prouder father of Andrew, soon to be 34. 

  • Stephen Cornine

    Musical Director

    Stephen Cornine (Music director) is a composer, a lyricist, an actor, a singer, a writer, a music director, a voice teacher, and alive (not necessarily in that order).  He has been spending a lot of time at Theater for  the New City recently, given that he staged his own musical "Mirror, Mirror" there in April.  He is very proud of the cast of "A Stitch in Time", even 'though they rarely get his terrible jokes.

  • Gary Edwards head shot

    Gary Edwards


    Gary A. Edwards (composer) was born in Idaho before World War II. His dad was a self-taught musician. His grandfather played fiddle for barn dances.  Music was in his blood. Gary graduated from the Indiana University School of Music in 1964, specializing in playing bass in the opera pit orchestra. He has enjoyed a life of performing in many kinds of genres and has been a prolific composer since 1972. Gary loves musical theater, and his collaboration with Claude Solnik. Gary has been happily married for 46 years. He looks forward to coming to NYC and becoming part of the very talented cast and crew of the Stealing Mona Lisa family.

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