After a critically acclaimed limited run this spring at the Playroom Theater, I OF THE STORM was featured at The Nantucket Project to raves and then ran at Theatre Workshop of Nantucket and Cape May Stage. Upcoming Performances:

January 8 – Otisville Correctional Facility; Otisville, NY
January 23 – Hope College Theater; Holland, MI
February 20 – Phillipstown Depot Theater; Garrison, NY

Please check back for updates on Spring and Summer performances and news about the Off Broadway opening in the Fall.

"From riches to rags I of the Storm is an unlikely success story in which our hero loses it all and finds what he never had, including self-acceptance and a long stifled creative bent. Ensconced on the street outside a city park our hero holds forth for all comers – musing, ranting, singing, dancing, and spitting poems with aplomb.  A comic tragedian, an Everyman on steroids, a Superman who does not leap tall buildings at a single bound, but takes them one story at a time. In embracing both the joys and sorrows of life, the message is clear: It’s about not wasting any more time."

For reviews, clips, show times and to make reservations for an upcoming performance please visit: iofthestormoffbroadway.com


Richard Hoehler has premiered three Off Broadway solo shows, New Jersey/New York, Working Class (OOBR Award), and Human Resources and his two-man play, Fathers & Sons, ran at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row several seasons ago. His new solo show,
I of the Storm premiered at the Cornelia Street Café in August and ran at The Playroom Theater in Times Square this past fall. Richard also works in other New York and regional theaters and on TV.

An award winning short story writer (Four Roses) Hoehler's work has appeared in Middle Jersey Writers, New York Press, Real Fiction, and Smith & Kraus Best Monologues and Scenes and his poetry has been featured at Cornelia Street Café, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, NACL and on YouTube.

Richard leads writing workshops for NYC students and teachers for Penguin Random House and teaches Acting Out, a professional acting class designed for at-risk youth and the incarcerated with residencies at The Fortune Society and Otisville State Prison.

"Part actor, part poet, part
spokesperson and perhaps even part
anthropologist for America's unseen."
– Clive Barnes

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