charlotte arnoux

WRITER

Writing has been an essential part of Charlotte's artistic path. She's a proud reviewer at Theatre Is Easy, continues to develop her own plays and write short-form fiction and non-fiction. 

REVIEW: J&K 1965

A highly interactive site-specific hunt for heroin in a 1965 Needle Park.

REVIEW: A Simple Art

In the investigation of a real-life cold-blooded murder, the New York Neo-Futurists uncover the blurry line between fact and fiction.

REVIEW: The Other Plays

 A riveting collection of plays and monologues that explore what it means to be seen as an "other."

REVIEW: Linda

An influential ad executive is determined to resist the invisibility that comes with being fifty and female.

REVIEW: Visionary Voices

A presentation of three plays by women: Trifles and The People by Susan Glaspell and Exit: An Illusion by Marita Bonner.

REVIEW: How To Sell Your Gang Rape Baby**For Parts

A scarily offensive play in which a gang rape creates a great business venture for two women who are out of options.

REVIEW: A History of Servitude

A wild, highly inappropriate journey through time, as told by a commedia group of Fools— masters and servants alike.

REVIEW: Street Children

A vogue-tastic window into the 1980s on the Hudson Piers.

REVIEW: Poison

A Euro-hit two-hander about grief, closure, and moving on.

REVIEW: Hedda Gabler

A streamlined and technically powerful production of the Ibsen classic.

REVIEW: Sweet

A crowd-pleasing play tells the story of a love triangle set in late 1960s Kansas.

REVIEW: Miss @ Fringe Fest

A suspenseful drama about trauma, loss, and revenge.

REVIEW: Liars and Lovers @ Fringe Fest

A tale of revenge between two "best friends."

REVIEW: The Extraordinary Fall of the Four-Legged Woman @ Fringe Fest

An a cappella musical about the true story of a four-legged sideshow attraction and her fear of giving in to true love.

REVIEW: Is That Danny DeVito?

A millennial version of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot that weaves in great laughs and lots of tender moments.