"La Bestia: Sweet Mother" CD reviewed in the Frederick News-Post

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by Colin McGuire
Frederick News-Post/ June 19, 2014

Tom Block, 'La Bestia: Sweet Mother, A Troubadour's Tale'

Coexistence, With Oud

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by Ted Merwin
New York Jewish Week/ June 10, 2014

Coexistence, With Oud

Ted Merwin

Mixed Media And Mothers At LABA

by Susan Reimer-Torn
New York Jewish Week / January 30, 2014

When was the last time you thought about – or stopped thinking about – this: “It’s not so simple to love your mommy.” Israeli novelist and philosopher Ruby Namdar surprises his audience at the 14th St.

Dual Identities

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by 14th Street Y
14th & 1st Blog / January 14, 2014

LABA Fellow, Tom Block, is a multi-dimensional artist presenting a premier play and art sponsored by LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture.

DC Metro Theater Arts review of Sub-Basement at IRT Theater (NY)

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by Deb Miller
DC Metro Theater Arts/March 28, 2017

Review: ‘Sub-Basement’ at Athena Theatre Company

31 Plays in 31 Days Interview: Meet Tom Block

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by Adrienne Pender
31 Plays in 3 Days / August 11, 2013

Meet Tom Block


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Bill Bradford
Hi Drama / July 9, 2013

The original new work by upcoming playwright, Tom Block's - WHI

White Noise at Theater for the New City, NY

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Joan Kane
June 30, 2013 / NYTheatre.com

The lead character is Tim, an African-American painter whose work is based on spiritual themes. He travels to Detroit to participate in an exhibit of his work organized by a church arts committee. He encounters Dick, an ex-Northrup Grumman Vice President, Lilac, a poet, and Joan, an oversexed marriage therapist.

NY Theatre Q & A with Tom Block

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May 16, 2013
NY Theatre.com

White Noise

Theater for the New City, 155 First Avenue 

What is your job on this show?



What is your show about?

The Tom Block Interview: Breaking ‘A Fatal Addiction’

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David Crumm
March 18, 2013
Read the Spirit

ARTIST, WRITER and peace activist Tom Block keeps surprising the world. From eye-opening paintings of great spiritual leaders to unusual theatrical works to historical analysis to activist manifestos, Tom is hammering away at a core flaw in civilization: the intersection of religion and violence.

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