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Atomic  The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues) ,  JUNE 26 – AUGUST 16, 2014 , contributed by Billy Zavelson at Richard Kornberg PR
Atomic is the thrilling new Off-Broadway musical that blasts open the doors of The Manhattan Project, a Government funded program of top scientists with the task of creating the world’s first Atomic Bomb. Leo Szilard is the mastermind behind atomic power, but his heart has reservations. Ethics, scientific progress, and true love are tested as Leo discovers exactly what he’s capable of when someone believes in him. The award-winning cast is led by Sara Gettelfinger (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), Jeremy Kushnier (Jersey Boys) and Euan Morton (Taboo) with David Abeles, Alexis Fishman, Jonathan Hammond, James David Larson, Preston Sadlier and Grace Stockdale.

Eddie And The Palaceades: A New Rock And Roll Musical  The June Havoc Theatre,  July 15- August 3, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Eddie and The Palaceades opened for the Beatles then dropped like a rock back into obscurity. Twenty-five years later, the Palace Theater where they got their start is threatened with demolition. Eddie runs for mayor to save the theatre, but his decision tears his family apart. Eddie and The Palaceades is an all original blend of rock ‘n’ roll and musical theater, an exuberant and emotional roller-coaster ride about family and friendship, standing up against corruption, and the universal need for love and respect.

Murder On Broadway  SOPHIES@BROADWAY 318 W.53 St. (bet 8th/9th Ave),  Thursdays 8pm; Saturdays/Sundays 3pm , contributed by RadioTheatre
RADIOTHEATRE gives the comedic treatment to a 1940s radio murder mystery as 5 actors play 40 characters who are constantly interrupted by RIOTOUS coming attractions! Complete with a custom VINTAGE JAZZ score and award-winning sound design.

Silence! The Musical   Elektra Theatre, 669 Eighth Avenue (at 42nd St.) ,  Tuesday through Thursday evenings at 7 PM, Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 & 8 PM, and Sundays at 3 & 7 PM , contributed by Jim Randolph
features a singing chorus of floppy eared lambs narrating the action as Buffalo Bill gleefully dances a hoedown while kidnapping hapless Catherine Martin. Even Dr. Lecter, scary as ever, sings about the life he'd like to lead someday outside the prison walls. Ever since SILENCE! moved uptown last summer to the Elektra Theatre, the enthusiastic audience response has become even more vocal.

The Fantasticks  Snapple Theater Center, 210 W. 50th Street,  currently running 
THE FANTASTICKS tells the story of a young boy and girl who fall madly in love at the hands of their meddling fathers, but soon grow restless and stray from one another. Will their separation provide a deeper appreciation for the love they once shared or create a permanent gulf between them? THE FANTASTICKS is the quintessential celebration of love, in all its gorgeous simplicity and heartbreaking complexities, and features such classic tunes as "Try To Remember", "Much More", and "I Can See It."

Urban Momfare  Theatre 80 (Venue #7), 80 St. Marks Place,  August 9th, 14th, 17th, 22nd & 24th  , contributed by Alton PR - Andrea Alton
Why don't we ever hear songs about moms not actually liking their kids? This romp through motherhood on Manhattan's Upper East Side spans 17 years: "Music For Gifted and Talented Babies" to bra straps and Bellinis. Strap on your stilettos ‘cause this is war!

Solo Performance

Buyer & Cellar  TO TRANSFER TO BARROW STREET THEATRE,  Open run until end of August 2014 , contributed by Don Summa - Richard Kornberg Associates
Alex More has a story to tell. A struggling actor in L.A., Alex takes a job working in the Malibu basement of a beloved megastar. One day, the Lady Herself comes downstairs to play. It feels like real bonding in the basement, but will their relationship ever make it upstairs? Buyer & Cellar is an outrageous comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things, and the oddest of odd jobs.

Forgetting The Details  The White Box (440 Lafayette Street Between Astor Place and E.4th Street),  Wed. Aug. 13 at 3:45PM, Fri. Aug. 15 at 9:30PM, Sun. Aug. 17 at 7:45PM, Thu. Aug. 21 at 2PM, Fri. Aug, 22 at 5:30PM and Sat. Aug. 23 at 3PM , contributed by Scotti Rhodes
Things aren’t right at home. Nicole’s “lola” (Filipino “Tagalog” language for grandmother) is starting to forget more and more details. But now it’s more than misplaced keys. In a span of three months, she changes the locks on all the doors, drives on the wrong side of the street and shoplifts hip hop clothing at the local mall. As the family struggles with her grandmother’s descent into dementia, Nicole faces the conflict between being a dutiful granddaughter or pursuing her dream of being the first Filipina-American to win the Oscar.


Censored On Final Approach  Judson Theater- 243 Thompson Street (Washington Square Park S),  Monday, August 18th at 7:00PM, Saturday August 23rd at 3:00PM, Sunday August 24th at 7:00PM, Tuesday August 26th at 7:00PM , contributed by Petol Weekes
The WASP (Women Air Force Service Pilots), roughly one thousand women hired by the United States Air Force during WWII to fly military air crafts and tow targets for live anti-aircraft artillery practice, thereby freeing male pilots for combat missions.“The difference between the men here and us? You have to be here, we want to be here.”

Drunkle Vanya  The Gin Mill, 442 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10024,  Sept. 4-18, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Oh, the (Cards Against) Humanity! That's right, people. Get ready for family game night gone terribly awry when we pair up Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya with “the party game for horrible people.” In this unique and beautifully tragic adaptation, we’ll play games, enjoy practical jokes and take shots of all kinds with our favorite angsty Russians! What could be more refreshing than slinging back some chilled vodka with Three Day Hangover’s very own Drunkle Vanya?

Eddie  The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre, 312 West 36th Street, 1st Floor, btw 8th and 9th Avenues, New York, NY 10018,  07/16/2014 - 08/03/2014 , contributed by Andrea Alton - Alton PR
Eddie is the story of a hard of hearing high-school student in an inner city, poverty ridden, gang infested school. When he falls in love with Greg, the school bully, both of their lives take an unexpected turn. Part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival

Eros & Psyche By Donna Spector  Roosevelt Island Amphitheater,  August 17 at 5:30 PM , contributed by XOREGOS PERFORMING CO.
Premiere of a comedy with dance and music 10 actors and 14 scarves~

Eurydice Descending  Jewel Box Theater at 312 W. 36th St,  July 29 8pm, Aug 2 9pm, Aug 3 4pm, running time 45mins , contributed by Jay Michaels, WrightGroupNY
The play stars Gloria Lamoureux as Wendy, a woman who struggles to keep a strange secret from everyone around her, that her husband Bill has locked himself in the bathroom and has refused to emerge for more than six weeks.

Horse Trade Theater Group Presents Get Me A Guy  UNDER St. Marks 94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A,  July 17-August 4 , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
Get Me a Guy is a hilarious and poignant new full-length comedy about women who chase the wrong men who chase the wrong women, and what happens after they catch each other (or not).

Hoaxocaust!  Venue #12: 64E4 Underground (64 East 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery),  Friday 8/15 @ 9:15pm, Saturday 8/16 @ 2:45pm, Sunday 8/17 @ 2:00pm, Tuesday 8/19 @ 6:00pm Thursday 8/21 @ 9:30pm , contributed by Katie Rosin
What role should past horrors play in defining our religious views, our self-perception, even our politics? Is there such a thing as a contemporary Jewish identity independent of the Holocaust? Should there be? What if the Holocaust had never happened? Join Barry in an unbelievable round the world adventure as he tracks down deniers from Illinois to Iran, meets engineers and ex-presidents, and dodges a brother in Hungary and a boyfriend back home on a journey to discover the shocking truth.

Lancelot  The Gym at Judson Memorial Church,  August 13-29, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Ryan is a quiet young man who has a good job, a steady girlfriend, and a nice, normal life in Oklahoma – that is, until Ginger arrives. With Ginger come memories of a wanton and wildly creative boy Ryan thought he had buried ten years ago. But can anyone kill the part of themselves that is most madly alive? Ryan will soon find out. Being a man in Oklahoma is the loneliest fate in the world.

Love's Labour's Lost  Bryant Park,  Three-week limited engagement: Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays @ 7pm and Thu, Aug. 14-Sat Aug. 30, 2014 , contributed by Antonio Miniño
A king and his friends swear an oath to renounce women for three years while studying together. But scholarship and brotherhood take an interesting turn with the arrival of four lovely ladies. The boys go in disguise to woo, but the gals have the upper hand. Don’t they always?

Nj Rep Presents World Premiere Of Butler  New Jersey Repertory Company,  adele@njrep.org , contributed by Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications at NJ Rep
The play begins at the start of the Civil War and Butler, a successful Massachusetts lawyer in civilian life has just been promoted to Major General and is given command of Fort Monroe, a Union hold-out in the state of Virginia. The Fort, situated in a highly strategic location between North and South, was considered by Confederate General Robert E. Lee to be a great threat to Richmond, a center of Confederate strength.

North To Maine: A Journey On The Appalachian Trail  The Beckmann Theatre at American Theatre of Actors (ATA),  July 16-August 3, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Inspired by the playwrights own personal experiences while walking the full length of the Appalachian Trail, North To Maine is the first play ever written about this treasure of the American landscape and the thru-hikers who attempt to walk every one of its estimated 2,180 miles within a single season. The story follows five such thru-hikers as they travel north. Adam, a recent college graduate searching for purpose is joined by Kevin, a sagely former marine and Vietnam veteran; “Creature Man,” a young and judgmental entrepreneur who has lost his business (and maybe some of his mind); “Juice-Box,” a young schoolteacher who is one of the few women on the trail; and “Rock-Stabber,” a former marine/gear tester/jazz singer who has the unfortunate (and annoying) habit of constantly singing, especially late into the evenings when everyone else is trying to go to sleep. Note: North To Maine contains brief nudity.

Nj Rep Presents Lucky Me By Robert Caisley July 31-August 31  New Jersey Repertory Company,  July 31-August 31, 2014 , contributed by Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications
From the playwright who brought us Happy comes a whimsical, romantic comedy about love, aging, cracked windows, broken bones, airport security, and bad luck.

No One Asked Me  Flamboyan Theater at The Clemente Soto Cultural Center,  August 8-22, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Inspired by true stories, NO ONE ASKED ME delves into the turbulent world of “undocumented” students. Each year over 65,000 students without legal immigration papers graduate from high school in the U.S. Daniel, Alyssa, and Sophie are Bronx high school seniors hopeful for their future—yet without a social security number, they are unable to get college financial aid, legal employment and live in constant fear of being “found out” and deported from the only home they have ever known. NO ONE ASKED ME is an insider’s look at the intimate human struggle behind the current political debate in Congress around the Dream Act.

Potion - A Play In Three Cocktails  PEOPLE Lounge (163 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington). ,  EVERY SUNDAY @ PEOPLE LOUNGE EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 15TH  , contributed by Emily Owens
To create the uniquely rhythmic text for Potion, Stolen Chair's playwright Kiran Rikhye dug deeply into the Italian libretti of the operas by Mozart, Verdi, Donizetti, and more. For each scene of Potion, Rikhye mapped out the meter, rhymes, repetitions, and simultaneity of an aria, duet, trio, or quartet to create a template for her own original text. The result is an intoxicating and incantatory verse play unlike any other, set to a genre-bending original score performed live by multi-instrumentalist Sean Cronin.

Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man  777 Theater, 8th Avenue, New York, NY, 10018,  1/22/14-12/28/14 , contributed by Fleur Sainsbury, Matt Murphy Productions
Based on the international best-selling book, this world premiere production welcomes audiences into a fun-filled world of foolproof moves and insider advice that could only be culled from that most insightful of individuals: the gay man.

Simple As Life And Death  Theater for the New City,  August 17-24, 6 performances , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
A raw, truthful comic drama that offers a fresh meditation on freedom in the modern world.

The Picture (Of Dorian Gray)  Venue #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre,  August 12-24, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Oscar Wilde’s notorious novella, The Picture of Dorian Gray, follows a young man’s pursuit of youth and pleasure. Admired and worshipped by an adoring artist who paints a portrait of him, the beautiful Dorian Gray gives his soul to remain forever young. Dorian then embarks on a journey of decadence and hedonism. The Gravity Partner’s physical, minimalist 21st century remix, The Picture (of Dorian Gray), smashes together Oscar Wilde’s novella with de Profundis, Wilde’s final letter to his lover from prison, as well as contemporary reflections and staging by the ensemble. De profundis recounts Wilde’s lifestyle of indulgence and the tumultuous relationship that led to his imprisonment. As such the production examines the blurry line between artist and art, our consumer consumption and objectification of youth, and the lust for individual pleasures. How far would you go to get everything you wanted?

Theater Resources Unlimited Seeks Submissions For Tru Voices New Musicals Reading Series  The Players Theatre,  08/08/2014 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick Communications
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) seeks submissions for the 14th Annual TRU Voices New Musicals Reading Series. Writers, producers and theater companies are welcome to submit new musicals for consideration in the developmental series. Non members may submit to the TRU Voices New Musicals Series (completed musicals only) for a $25 fee. The deadline for submission is August 8, 2014 (deadline is extended to August 15th for TRU members and shows with a producer attached).

The Photo Album   Download thClemente Soto Velez (CSV) Cultural Center’s Abrazo Interno Gallery 107 Suffolk Street, New York, NY, 10002,  August 8 - August 23, 2014 , contributed by Jack Karp
Hundreds of faded photos were discovered in a crumbling Brooklyn Victorian. Whose were they and what memories did they capture? Scan photos using your smartphone/tablet to reveal clues that send you scavenger-hunting to piece together stories.

Women You Thought You Knew: A Trilogy #2 Silk Stockings And A Bible  Joria Mainstage, 260 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC,  August 27, 2014 7:30pm-9:30pm , contributed by Stephanie Wilson/ Wilson Exclusive Talent Productions
The 2nd play in the trilogy "Women You Thought You Knew" is set during the swing era in Harlem and Atlantic City.


A Clamour Of Cabaret: A Volume Of Vaudeville Varieties  UNDER St. Marks 94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A,  August 7-16, Thursday through Saturday at 8pm , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Edna St. Vincent Millay host an evening of song, dance and comedy.

Donna Mckechnie In Good Company  Birdland Jazz Club,  bi-monthly series will begin on Monday, January 6, 2014 at 7PM  , contributed by Matt Polk
The Broadway at Birdland concert series is proud to announce that Donna McKechnie’s new bi-monthly talk & variety show will premiere on January 6 at 7pm. Broadway legends Tommy Tune, Andrea McArdle, Faith Prince and Jerry Mitchell have all signed on to be part of the series, with dates to be announced.


Amernet String Quartet Plays The Music Of Steven R. Gerber On August 11 At New York City’S Le Poisson Rouge  Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street in Manhattan,  Monday, August 11 at 7:30 PM , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
Amernet String Quartet Plays the Music of Steven R. Gerber

Glenn White Quintet At The Garage Restaurant & Bar  Garage Restaurant & Bar 99 Seventh Avenue South New York, NY 10014,  August 27, 2014 10:30pm - 1:30am , contributed by Glenn White
“Progressive jazz is made accessible for once as the genre’s wild experimentation is tempered with sleek craftsmanship and an actual point. It becomes quickly obvious that saxophonist Glenn White and his band are sculpting actual soundtracks to their fevered imaginations, producing tracks that are atmospheric, compelling, and even playful.” –All About Jazz

Jason Robert Brown With Shoshanna Bean  SubCulture,  Monday, August 4, DOORS: 09:00 PM / SHOW: 09:30 PM , contributed by Jessica Vizcarra
Jason Robert Brown and the Caucasian Rhythm Kings are bringing their patented brand of rock/blues/jazz/folk/Gregorian chant/klezmer/polka/atonal cacophony/salsa

Pat Metheny Unity Group And Bruce Hornsby  NJPAC One Center Street Newark, New Jersey 07102,  Friday, August 8, 2014, 8PM , contributed by Angela Thomas
(Newark, New Jersey) Pat Metheny Unity Group and Bruce Hornsby with Sonny Emory will co-headline the Campfire Tour 2014 performance at NJPAC located at 1 Center Street in Newark, New Jersey on Friday, August 8, 2014. See these two music legends, together in one megashow! Twenty-time Grammy winner Pat Metheny will perform solo hits such as “Last Train Home” as well as perform together with multi-Grammy-nominated singer and pianist Bruce Hornsby known for “The Way It Is,” “Mandolin Rain” and much more. Be sure to reserve tickets now at http://www.NJPAC.org or at 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722.)


'Company Or No Company: That Is The Question'  Friday April 25 at 8 PM,  Steps on Broadway, 2121 Broadway, 4th floor , contributed by Audrey Ross
This important question for want-to-be artistic directors will be discussed frankly by artistic directors of five dance companies: Lori Belilove, Sidra Bell, Andrew Nemr, Bradley Shelver, and Nancy Turano.

Ballet Academy East Announces Addition Of Wendy Whelan To Faculty  1651 Third Ave,  08/18/14  , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Ballet Academy East is proud to announce that Wendy Whelan will join the Pre-Professional Division Faculty. Ms. Whalen’s tenure will begin with Ballet Academy East’s Summer Intensive from August 18-29 and will continue through the school year, which begins on September 16, 2014. Ms. Whalen will primarily teach the upper level students of the Pre-Professional Division.

Gabriel Misse & Analia Centurion  Dardo Galletto Studios,  Aug. 8-17 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Tango greats Misse & Centurion return to NY to teach and perform

Kathryn Posin Dance Company  92nd Street Y,  October 17-19 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
The Kathryn Posin Dance Company presents"Voices of Bulgaria and America" bringing together Bulgarian and American dancers and composers in a shared vision

Limon's "The Moor's Pavane" Around The World  various,  currently , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Jose Limon's "The Moor's Pavane" is performed by companies around the world

Miro Magloire's New Chamber Ballet Opens Its 10Th Anniversary Season With Premieres To Music By Mauricio Kagel And Beethoven  City Center Studio 5, 130 West 56 Street,  Friday & Saturday, September 19 & 20 at 8 PM , contributed by Audrey Ross
Magloire will premiere two works, a trio to Beethoven's Rondo for violin and piano in G Major and a duet to Klangwolfe for violin and piano in G Major by Argentinian composer Mauricio Kagel (1931-2008), an important 20th century composer known for his elaborate imagination and bizarre humor. Miro describes the music for this work as "a muted nocturne full of intimacy and tenderness."

The Table Of Silence Project 9/11  Josie Robertson Plaza/Lincoln Center,  9/11 - starts 8:15 AM, ends 8:46 AM , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
buglisi Dance Theatre + over 100 dancers present Buglisi's Table of silence, a performance ritual for peace.

Panel Discussions

'Company Or No Company: That Is The Question'  Friday April 25 at 8 PM,  Steps on Broadway, 2121 Broadway, 4th floor , contributed by Audrey Ross
This important question for want-to-be artistic directors will be discussed frankly by artistic directors of five dance companies: Lori Belilove, Sidra Bell, Andrew Nemr, Bradley Shelver, and Nancy Turano.


Dragon’S Breath  Teatro LATEA, part of the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center at 107 Suffolk Street,  August 9th @ 3:15 pm, August 11th @ 9:15 pm, August 15th @ 2:00 pm,August 16th @ 4:45 pm. August 23rd @ 7:00 pm  , contributed by Andrea Alton - Alton PR
DRAGON’S BREATH premieres at the 18th Annual New York International Fringe Festival on August 9th.

Dinner With The Boys By Dan Lauria September 11-Oct. 5  New Jersey Repertory Company 179 Broadway Long Branch,  September 11- October 5, 2014 , contributed by Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications at NJ REP
Dan Lauria, star of TV’s The Wonder Years and Sullivan & Son as well as Broadway’s Lombardi and the hit musical A Christmas Story, pens a killer comedy about a couple of old-time wise guys who just want to have a good Italian meal, a few laughs, and tie-up some loose ends before dessert. The cast includes Dan Lauria, Ray Abruzzo, who played Little Carmine Lupertazzi for four seasons on HBO’s The Sopranos, and Richard Zavaglia, veteran of stage and screen, who has appeared in such films as Donnie Brasco with Al Pacino and Johnny Depp.

Free Comedy & Karaoke At 116 Macdougal St - Gaslight Refueled  116 Macdougal Street, West Village NYC,  Every Monday night at 8pm , contributed by Pressler Collaborative
Start the week off right with some of NYC's best downtown underground comics! Followed by FREE Karaoke for as long as you can belt it out!

Magic Kingdom  Connelly Theater (Venue #6), 220 East 4th Street,  August 8th @ 9:00 pm, August 11th @ 4:00 pm, August 16th @ 2:15 pm, ugust 20th @ 8:45 pm, August 23rd @ 2:15 pm  , contributed by Alton PR - Andrea Alton
When Cory gets a frantic and mysterious voicemail from his vacationing sister, he makes the trip to Orlando, Florida, to see what's gone wrong. What he discovers is a sister seemingly gone insane, a young precocious niece he must somehow look after, and a theme park full of irresistible temptations.

Stolen Chair Theatre Company Presents The Bachelors' Tea Party  Lady Mendl's Tea Salon 56 Irving Place between 17th and 18th Street,  Sundays at 5pm, open ended run , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
The Bachelors’ Tea Party is an absurd and absurdly intimate new comedy inspired by the relationships of Elsie de Wolfe (Lady Mendl) and Bessie Marbury, who referred to themselves as “The Bachelors,” after they took up joint residence sans men in the first years of the 20th century.

The League Of Extraordinary Blondes  The Producers Club | 358 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036,  Sundays, August 10, 17 & 24, 8:00pm  , contributed by Susanne Pinedo, Publicist
An improvised action packed adventure based on audience suggestions and the brave teamwork of the most famous blondes in the world!


Midtown International Theatre Festival  Abingdon Complex – 312 W. 36th St., first floor,  July 14 - August 10 , contributed by Jay Michaels - WrightGroupNY Communications
John Chatterton's Midtown International Theatre Festival features more than 75 plays, one-person shows, musicals, one-acts, readings, cabarets, 10-minute plays, and more!

Spitting In The Face Of The Devil  Theatre Row/Studio Theatre, 410 West 42nd Street (between 9th & 10th Avenues) New York, NY 10036,  Thursday, September 25th @ 9:00 pm , contributed by altonprandproduction@gmail.com
Award Winning Solo Show Returns to NYC For An Encore Performance at the United Solo Festival.

The Elephant In The Room  Venue #10: The Kraine Theater,  August 10-24, 2014 , contributed by Antonio MIniño
The girls are still in a haze after a wild New Year’s party. This might explain why there’s an elephant in the room that only Talia can see. Or is that just the mysterious man from Apt 2E?


On Broadway Patp Open Enrollment  Riverside Church,  July 21st-August 15th , contributed by Tyrone Henderson
On Broadway: PATP (Performing Arts Training Program) launches an exciting new program for students ages 6 – 14. “The best training a kid can get!”

Tony Weeks Master Classes  TONY WEEK Master Classes take place in the Assembly Hall of Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive. Enter on Claremont Avenue, between 120th and 121st street. Take the number 1 train to 116th Street. Alternate sides of the street parking rules apply, and there is a parking garage on 120th Street between Claremont and Riverside.,  August 5th from 3:30-4:30 NORM LEWIS (THE PHANTOM IN PHANTOM OF THE OPERA) , contributed by Tyrone Henderson
As part of our programming, we include weekly Master Classes. We have been blessed to have the best in the business join us for two weeks. If you are the parent of a child that is longing to be in the theater, or you are a young adult with questions about pursuing a career in theater, we encourage you to join us.


Gotham Chamber Opera And Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation Award Catherine Doctorow Prize For Music To David Hertzberg  Gotham Chamber Opera,  August 18, 2014 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Gotham Chamber Opera and the Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation are proud to announce that David Hertzberg will be the inaugural winner of the Catherine Doctorow Prize for Music.


The Fresh Beat Band  NJPAC 1 Center St, Newark, NJ 07102,  Friday, August 29th, 2014, 2PM & 6PM , contributed by Angela Thomas, Prana Marketing
The live tour of Nickelodeon’s supergroup for preschoolers makes its only New Jersey appearance at NJPAC!

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Nacl Theatre 14Th Season, contributed by Tannis Kowalchuk
NACL's 14th season begins soon and the lineup is listed below. We encourage you to join The Weather Project, sponsor the season, or become a member of the CSArts (Community Supported Arts.) CSArts memberships are now available for purchase online or by mail. Look for the season brochure in your snail mail box this month. And most importantly--Happy Spring!

Signature Theatre 2013-14 Season Overview, contributed by Signature theatre
Our 2013-14 season will include work by playwrights Martha Clarke, Will Eno, Horton Foote, David Henry Hwang, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Regina Taylor and August Wilson. It’s a very exciting lineup, and we hope you will join us as a subscriber. We are also proud to remind you about A Generation of Access, our pledge to continue the Signature Ticket Initiative through 2031. All tickets for the initially announced run of each production this season will be just $25, a 66% subsidy off of the regularly priced $75 ticket.

White Plains Performing Arts Center - Summer 2014 Schedule, contributed by Jeremy Quinn


Astana Opera Company And Symphony Orchestra  Carnegie Hall/Isaac Stern Auditorium ,  Monday October 27 at 8 PM , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
From Kazakhstan is the Astana Opera Company, Astana Opera Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Choir, and Principal Singers and Soloists in their New York Debut

Gotham Chamber Opera 2014/2015 Season  Gerald W. Lynch Theater,  October 14 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Gotham Chamber Opera announces the 2014/2015 season, which begins with Alexandre bis/Comedy on the Bridge, both by Bohuslav Martinů, from October 14 – 18, 2014, followed by the revival of Gotham’s 2010 production El gato con botas (Puss in Boots) in December at El Museo del Barrio.

The Power Of Love: Two Operatic Musicals - "Out The Window" & "Rappaccini's Daughter"  Theater for the New City,  September 11-28, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Two new American operatic musical adaptations from classical works, Seymour Barab’s operatic parody Out The Window based upon Georges Feydeux’s farce “Par La Fenetre;” and Rappaccini’s Daughter, based on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s gothic short story, with libretto by Linsey Abrams and music by Michael Cohen. Out The Window is a one act comic opera set in the late 1950’s/60’s ‘Mad Men’ era. Rappaccini’s Daughter, from the story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, is a gripping Gothic tale set in medieval Italy.


The Dancing Fox: Wisdom Tales Of The Middle East  Outdoor Garden of St. John the Divine,  Sept. 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Ralph Lee's amazing puppets and masks help to tell five enchanting tales form the shared folk traditions of Jews and Arabs.


How To Be A New Yorker  move to The Screening Room Theater at Planet Hollywood Times Square,  beginning September 20th , contributed by Jim Randolph
delivers a laugh-filled tour around the greatest city in the world with actors, comedians and licensed tour guides Ms. Copeland and Mr. Doyle as they play over 70 characters. Under the direction of OBIE Award winner Robert Ross Parker, this “Saturday Night Live” style comedy features a hilarious look at NYC's 400-year history. Immigrants, construction workers, muggers, Wall Street bankers, panhandlers, MTA workers, and Mayor Bloomberg all get a solid lampooning! It doesn't matter if you were born on the Upper West Side or just took your first terrifying cab ride, you will love learning How to Be a New Yorker.

Missed Connections: An Exploration Into The Online Postings Of Desperate Romantics  Vlada Lounge is located at 331 W. 51st Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues).,  every first and third Mondays each month, starting at 9:00PM , contributed by Ricky Dunlop
Using real postings from the infamous craigslist section, the group will dive headfirst into dozens of unique characters. With a variety of locations, intentions and grammar, Missed Connections is a show of endless hilarity. The show is performed by a rotating cast featuring Jennifer Jean Anderson, Ricky Dunlop, Jake Mckenna, Lauren Roth and George Salazar. Admission is FREE.

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