Just wanted to plug a new play written and directed by my friend Eric, called "The Protestants" playing at The Brick theater in Williamsburg (Brooklyn), Thurs-Sat each weekend until February 14th.
It got a really terrific review at NYTheatre.com here, saying the play is "big, funny, sad, unwieldy, messy, frustrating, and poignant. It is also like life—and the best theatre—in that it takes one on a journey that makes the viewer engage head-on. The Protestants is an imaginative, heartfelt, and totally immersive experience that rewards the audience in many ways, including one that is also like life: it is great fun."
(And there's a great interview with him here, which will totally make you want to see the play.)