MusicalsBrownie And Lolli Go To Hollywood – A Musical Comedy E 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery, New York, NY 10003, Feb 19 at 5:30pm, Feb 21 at 7:05pm, Feb 25 at 7:05pm, Mar 8 at 6:50pm, Mar 9 at 12:30pm , contributed by Alycya Miller, Genie's Hat Productions
An oddball song and dance duo has the chance to be on their favorite TV show. The only problem is that they have to be in Hollywood by tomorrow. With no money or wheels between them, the pair soon discovers that the road to D-List fame is naughtier and more dangerous than they imagined.
Date Of A Lifetime New Jersey Repertory Company, March 6-April 6, 2014 , contributed by Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications at NJ Rep
It's a jungle out there! Finding a soul mate can sometimes be an exhausting experience for many lonely hearts looking for love in all the wrong places. But for Marvin and Katie, it could be kismet when their eyes first meet at a speed dating event. During their brief time together, they imagine what their lives would be like if they allowed this momentary encounter to evolve to the next level. Their decisions may determine their entire future and whether this will turn out to be a date from hell or a date of a lifetime.
Key Of E The Kraine Theater, Feb.22nd 5:15pm Feb.24th 10:15pm March 2nd 3:40pm March 4th 8:40pm March 5th 10:15pm March 7th 8:40pm , contributed by Amanda Warren Dark Side of Saturn
Disaffected wannabe-rocker Ethan has been dreaming of the end of the world, but when a giant flood turns the globe into a watery wasteland and brings his fantasies to life, he finds the Apocalypse ain't all it's cracked up to be. Killer music, fantastic visuals and a hilarious cast of misfits, this junk rock musical has it all!
Matilda The Musical THE SHUBERT THEATRE ON BROADWAY, , contributed by Kelly Guiod
the story of an extraordinary girl who dreams of a better life. Armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, Matilda dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, May 7, MATILDA THE MUSICAL will hold a daily lottery for $27 tickets.
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."
The Great Comet Of 1812 KAZINO is located at West 13th St. & Washington St., Under the Highline and is open Tuesday-Saturday 4-7pm. , PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE, Tue-Fri 8pm; Sat 2pm & 8pm; Sun 12:30pm , contributed by Daryl Roth
A heartbreakingly gorgeous and wickedly sharp theatrical event like no other, blending romance, cabaret and comedy. In its smash-hit production at Ars Nova, THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 beguiled critics and was named one of the Top 10 Musicals of 2012 by New York Magazine, the New York Post and Time Out New York. Now it's returning to the stage for a limited summer event!
Solo PerformanceA Date For The Evening UNDER St. Marks, Feb 22nd, 8:25pm Feb 26th, 10:15pm Mar 1st, 2:05pm Mar 3rd, 8:40pm Mar 9th, 2:05pm , contributed by Celestial Zenith
A Date for the Evening written and performed by Celestial Zenith, directed and choreographed by Shannon Stowe. One woman in the course of an evening takes on speed dating, struggling to connect with anyone to mend her broken past.
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.
Chicken-Fried Ciccone: A Twangy True Tale Of Transformation UNDER St. Mark’s Theater 94 St. Mark’s Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A, Wednesday, February 19 at 7:05 Monday, February 24 at 5:30 Friday, February 28 at 7:05 Thursday, March 6 at 10:15 Saturday, March 8 at12:30 , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
Armed with an acoustic guitar, actor-playwright J.Stephen Brantley reveals how he got from junkie to functional with a little help from the queen of reinvention. Chicken-Fried Ciccone is one man’s journey to heroin and back, set to countrified covers of new and classic Madge. Obie-winning master of the one man show David Drake directs.
My High-Heeled Life: Or, How I Learned To Keep Worrying And Love My Stilettos At The 2014 Frigid Nyc Festival UNDER St. Mark's, February 22-March 7 , contributed by Brian Gillespie
Have you ever had an accidental orgasm in the shoe department? Or wondered when Uggs and flip-flops became acceptable dinner attire? In a world full of options, why do we opt to cope rather than celebrate? And how do we navigate our obsession with finding True Happiness? Perhaps it begins one pair of impossibly high stilettos at a time…
Questions Of The Heart: Gay Mormons And The Search For Identity UNDER St. Marks 94 St Marks Place Btw 1st Ave and Ave A New York, New York 10009, February 19th - March 9th, 2013 Performance Schedule: Thu 2/20 @ 10:15pm Sat 2/22 @ 5:15pm Wed 2/26 @ 7:05pm Sun 3/2 @ 5:15pm Thu 3/6 @ 8:40pm Sat 3/8 @ 10pm , contributed by Barbara Harvey Abbott
Ben, a straight Mormon guy caught in the middle between his church and his many close gay friends, attempts to understand the intersection of religious faith and sexual identity by interviewing gay and lesbian Mormons around the country. Ben Abbott plays both interviewer and subjects in this funny, challenging, and poignant one-man show based on actual interviews. Questions of the Heart is almost certainly the first fringe play ever to have been performed successfully at both a Mormon church and a gay bar.
"Double Happiness: A Tale Of Love, Loss, And One Forever Family" UNDER St. Marks, 94 St Marks Pl, New York, NY., 8:40 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 20. 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26 8:25 p.m. Saturday, March 1 5:30 p.m. Tuesday., March 4 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 6 , contributed by Davis Schneiderman, Davis Schneiderman
Double Happiness is an uproarious and unconventional staging of the journey to parenthood. Kelly Haramis juggles infertility, unexpected deaths and a multi-year adoption journey culminating in a globetrotting journey to the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and the heart of her adopted daughter in a Chinese Orphanage.
PlaysBasic Help By Ben Clawson A Strangedog Theatre Production At The Frigid New York Festival UNDER ST MARKS Theater 94 St Marks Pl (between 1st Ave and A Ave), Fri 21-Feb 8:40-9:30/Thu 27-Feb 5:30-6:20/Sat 1-Mar 6:50-7:40/Wed 5-Mar 10:15-11:05/Sun 9-Mar 12:30-1:20 , contributed by Emily Owens PR
“Your call may be monitored.” When Cynthia’s blender breaks she calls up customer service where Simon answers, eager to help; however, when Cynthia explains that much like the blender her entire life is broken, full of brutal, bitter, un-blend-able baggage Simon realizes that he really can’t help her. Which doesn’t stop Cynthia from calling him back, again and again….and again...
Black Man Jan Hus Playhouse Theater (351 East 74th Street, New York, NY 10021), March 21-April 5, 2014 , contributed by Antonio Minino-Kampfire PR
Black Man is based on the life of a troubled artist who lived and tragically died in the subway tunnels of New York City. His chosen family struggles to come to terms with his sudden end, but through the depth of their collective grief, they rekindle his spirit and conjure the life of a complex and gifted man who faced many inhumane injustices, unnoticed over the roaring sounds of the trains.
Burq Off! Walkerspace, 46 Walker Street, NYC, March 27-30, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
BURQ OFF! is an autobiographical one woman show, charting the journey of a British Pakistani Muslim's struggle towards self acceptance. As she navigates the conflicting cultural norms of modern London and her conservative Muslim home, she embodies a cast of 21 characters that infuse the story with comedy, religious fundamentalism, cultural critique and spiritual depth. Along the way you will meet Nadia's aggressive twin brother, her controlling Muslim father, and the essence of joy in the family, her mother. In addition, her Islamic teachers, her life-long 'western' best friend, and the first love of her life add a diversity of perspectives to this deeply moving, personal and universal story.
Charlotte The Destoyer Make Ny Debut At Frigid New York Kraine Theater , Wed Feb 19, 7:05, Fri Feb 21 8:40, Wed Feb 26 7:05, Mon Mar 3 5:30, Sat Mar 8 2:05 , contributed by Eric DFXDEN
Charlotte the Destroyer is a dark comedy about a washed up children's book author whose drinking problem and phobias sabotage her ability to write. With a deadline long past, the writer's poisoned thoughts manifest in the twisted behavior of her characters as our author struggles to find her way back toward reality.
Dark Water The Theater at the 14th Street Y (344 East 14th Street at 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10003), 3/14/2014-3/29/2014 , contributed by Kampfire PR-Katie Rosin
In DARK WATER, the swampland of Louisiana is hit with the most massive oil spill known to history. Barnacle, an old sea turtle, fights against man’s destruction, nature’s wrath, and her enemies of the wild to save her children trapped in the spill. Poetry, allegory, music, puppetry and movement create this magical world as the animals of Louisiana face the ultimate threat to their lives.
Hellman V. Mccarthy June Havoc Theatre (312 West 36th Street), March 14-April 13 , contributed by Bob Lasko
DickCavett, Roberta Maxwell and Marcia Rodd star in Brian Richard Mori's world-premiere play, directed by Jan Buttram, about the libel suit filed by Lillian Hellman against Mary McCarthy for comments she made on "The Dick Cavett Show" in January, 1980.
Hounds Of War Dorothy Strelsin Theatre, 312 W 36th, March 21-April 5, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Looking for a fresh start, a veteran and recovering alcoholic, Jim, moves his wife and two sons from New York City to a small cottage in the woods. As they each struggle to overcome their past and present, secrets are revealed, leaving their future in question. With the road ahead unclear and everyone desperate to find their place, Hounds of War incites us to explore the conflicts within ourselves.
Machinal American Airlines Theatre on Broadway (227 West 42nd Street), Friday, December 20, 2013 to March 2, 2014 , contributed by Matt Polk
Made For Each Other Stage Left Studio (214 West 30th St, 6th Fl, Manhattan), February 7- March 28, 2014 , contributed by Kampfire PR-Katie Rosin
Made for Each Other is the love story of Vincent, an acerbic, witty, closeted science teacher in his mid-fifties, and Jerry, a down-to-earth nurse who cares for Vincent’s mother in an Alzheimer’s ward. When Jerry proposes to Vincent after the third date, he has no idea that Vincent’s told him a lie, a lie that might destroy their relationship. On the night before their wedding, Vincent must decide if he will tell the truth before the ceremony, and give Jerry the chance to back out. Each of these men carries a voice in their subconscious minds which pushes them toward each other. Vincent carries his Alzheimer’s addled Broadway diva mother, and Jerry carries within him his irascible old Italian grandfather.
Óscar Tango-Bravo A comic look at conspiracy theories and the people who believe in them, in light of 20th Century events like the Cuban Sandwich Crisis. Do you have what it takes to be a would-be revolutionary? Señor Óscar Tango-Bravo runs the world his way., Wed 2/19 @ 8:40 PM, Sun 2/23 @ 5:15 PM, Thu 2/27 @ 7:05 PM, Sat 3/1@ 12:30 PM, Sat 3/8 @ 3:40 PM , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
Under St Marks, 94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A, New York, NY
Petunia And Chicken Kraine Theater 85 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003, February 20th - March 8th, 2014 Thu 2/20 @ 7:05pm, Mon 2/24 @ 8:40pm, Mon 3/3 @ 10:15pm, Thu 3/6 @ 8:40pm, & Sat 3/8 @ 3:40pm , contributed by Emily Owens PR
The winners of last year’s FRIGID Participants Pick Award "The Vindlevoss Family Circus Spectacular" are back again! Inspired by the writings of Midwestern author Willa Cather, two daring performers create an epic story of love and loss as big as the prairie itself.
Potion A Play In Three Cocktails PEOPLE Lounge 163 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington, Sundays at 7pm beginning March 2nd , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
Potion, a “spoken word opera” immerses its audience in the giddy world of Charley’s bar and her regular (and irregular) customers, with Gamora’s flight of 3 original “potions” served by the actors as the play unfolds.
Richard Iii (U.S. Premiere) The NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts is located at 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square, New York, New York 10012, March 26–30 at 8pm , contributed by John Wyszniewski / Blake Zidell PR
Shakespeare’s tale of ruthless ambition is reinvigorated through a highly dramatized Chinese adaptation where traditional props, wigs, masks, costumes and musical instruments come together to create a horrific world where madness aches for power. Richard III marks National Theatre of China’s first visit to the United States.
Real Dead Ghosts UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A), Friday, February 21st at 10:15pm; Monday, February 24th at 8:40pm; Saturday, March 1st at 10:00pm; Wednesday, March 5th at 7:05pm; and Saturday, March 8th at 5:15pm , contributed by Shelby Company
Graham and Amber are a young married couple who promise to spend their anniversary in a secluded cabin away from work, friends and other distractions. But disappointments, secrets and regrets bubble to the surface when they're haunted by past choices and future responsibilities. A modern day ghost story. Unfinished business kind of shit.
Riding The Midnight Express With Billy Hayes St. Lukes Theatre, 308 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036, January 22-March 23, 2014 , contributed by Gary Springer-Springer Associates PR
Hayes’ story became an instant legend with the publication of his best-selling book, MIDNIGHT EXPRESS, in 1976 and the release of the OSCAR winning movie in 1978. For the first time on the live stage, Hayes recounts the five years he spent in a Turkish prison and his brazen escape. He reveals aspects of his adventures never before told, elaborates on many instances portrayed in the film version, and corrects some of the plot-lines and scenes that were fictionalized for the movie – especially the actual, true story of his harrowing, white-knuckle escape.
Something Wicked The Kraine Theater, 85 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003, Thursday 2/20 at 10:15pm, Sunday 2/23 at 5:15pm, Tuesday 2/25 at 8:40pm, Saturday 3/1 at 2:05pm, Saturday 3/8 at 8:25pm , contributed by Jamie Wylie, Everyday Inferno Theatre Company
Lady Macbeth awakes to a purgatory created from her own gruesome misdeeds. Unsure whether her final destination is Heaven or Hell, and guided by three gleefully tormenting witches, she searches for answers... and her lost love... in the mind-bending hereafter.
Shooting Abe The Kraine Theater (85 E. 4th St. between 2nd Ave. & 3rd Ave., NYC), 2/22 - 3/9 , contributed by Charles Gershman
Brothers Abe and Shlomi know less about each other than they think. When Abe arrives at Shlomi's apartment during a nude photo shoot, his desire to reason with his brother results in ... well, you'll see.
The Year I Was Gifted Stage Left Studio (214 West 30th St, 6th Fl, Manhattan), February 7- March 28, 2014 , contributed by Kampfire PR-Katie Rosin
The year is 1969. A 16 year old girl from Nebraska meets her first gay friend, and has to decide which is more important; keeping her scholarship to a prestigious boarding school for the arts, or honoring her conscience and speaking out against an anti-gay administration? Who are we willing to betray to stay “gifted”?
The Signal Season Of Dummy Hoy Gene Frankel Theatre (24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012), April 3-April 13, 2014 , contributed by Katie Rosin-Kampfire PR and Marketing
In 1886 William “Dummy” Hoy was the first deaf baseball player to join the minor leagues. Allen Meyer and Michael Nowak’s comedic play The Signal Season of Dummy Hoy, speculates on the challenges “Dummy” faces as a member of the Oshkosh Baseball Team.
CabaretDonna 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.
Tunes My Idols Taught Me The Triad/Stage 72 - 158 West 72nd Street, NYC, NY 10023, March 14th, 2014 @ 7PM , contributed by Group Theatre Too
Daryl’s act, that’s been called a “zippy, entertaining show” features scads of popular songs made famous by singing television variety show hosts during the golden era of TV. The one-man show features Taylor-Hazel who has been crowned “The Ambassador of Song” by Rosie O’Grady’s on Church Street Station in Orlando.
ConcertsC4: The Choral Composer/Conductor Collective Presents C4X4: New Music For Chorus With String Quartet - Second Concerts Of 2013-14 Season On March 6 In Manhattan And March 8 In Brooklyn March 6 at Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South in Manhattan and March 8 at Issue Project Room, 22 Boerum Place in Brooklyn, Thursday, March 6 and Saturday, March 8 – 8:00 PM each evening , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
C4: The Choral Composer/Conductor Collective Presents C4x4: New Music for Chorus with String Quartet - Second Concerts of 2013-14 Season on March 6 in Manhattan and March 8 in Brooklyn
Chamber Music Of Lawrence Dillon Performed By Atlantic Ensemble On March 10 At New York City’S Leonard Nimoy Thalia At Symphony Space The Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, March 10 at 8:00 PM , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
Chamber Music of Lawrence Dillon Performed by Atlantic Ensemble on March 10 at New York City’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space
Hong Kong Cellist Clara Tsang Makes Ny Debut Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, March 18 at 8 PM , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Hong Kong cellist Clara Tsang plays Rachmaninoff and Franck for her NY debut
Monteverdi To Mielczewski Saint Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church | 552 West End Avenue, Friday March 28th. 8PM , contributed by Gwendolyn Toth, ARTEK
ARTEK returns to the the great large-scale sacred music of the 17th century, presenting masterpieces by Italians Claudio Monteverdi and Tarquinio Merula; German composer Johann Rosenmüller, well-known to ARTEK audiences from our stunning concerts in February 2012; and Marçin Mielczewski, the most famous, and astonishingly excellent, 17th-century Polish composer.
Nyu Symphony Orchestra "The Map" The NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts is located at 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square, New York, New York 10012, May 12, 2014 at 7pm , contributed by John Wyszniewski / Blake Zidell PR
The NYU Symphony Orchestra will perform Tan Dun’s masterpiece, The Map in a one-night only concert performance, conducted by Andrew Cyr and featuring cellist Wendy Sutter. The renowned Chinese composer created the work as a response to his 1999 tour of the eastern part of Hunan Province. The Map was premiered by Yo-Yo Ma and the Boston Symphony Orchestra and has toured more than 30 countries worldwide.
Stylus Fantascus All Angels Church, 251 W. 80th St., NY, NY 10024 (between Broadway and West End Ave.), March 8, 2014, 7:30pm , contributed by Daniel Lee
The critically-acclaimed period ensemble, The Sebastians (Priscilla Herreid, recorder; Daniel Lee, violin; Dongmyung Ahn, violin; Ezra Seltzer, cello; Jeffrey Grossman, harpsichord), performs a program of the new music from the 17th century from Italy, featuring works by Bertali, Castello, Fontana, Frescobaldi, and others.
Simply Broadway: A Concert By Brian Stokes Mitchell To Benefit Hunter College Elementary School The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, 68th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, Friday, April 4, 7:30 PM , contributed by Remy Holzer Kirsch
Legendary Broadway baritone and Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will perform a one-night only public concert to benefit Hunter College Elementary School on Friday, April 4, at 7:30 PM. Tickets are available to the public at four levels ranging from $60 to $150.
DanceBallet Ny The Ailey Citigroup Theater, April 15-17, 2014 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Ballet NY presents its 2014 Season, including In the Garden of Souls, the company premieres of Kinderszenen, Dreams, and excerpts from Urban Study, from April 15-17, 2014 at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55th Street, NYC (at Ninth Avenue). All performances are at 7:30pm.
For Body And Light The Kraine Theater, Mar 01, 12:30PM / Mar 03, 8:40PM / Mar 05, 5:30PM / Mar 06, 10:15PM / Mar 07, 7:05PM , contributed by Company Press Contact: Stéphanie / FRIGID Press Contact: Emily Owens
Born out of snowy winters, the company’s new work is a passionate mixture of movement and story, dance and music and light. Five women dancers explore the interface between form and imagination. Meditative stillness becomes moving shapes, whispered words mix with music and the light catches only the ghost of a body as it flashes past.
Kozlova Announces Judges For Contemporary Dance Competition Symphony Space, April 28 & 29 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Valentina Kozlova holds a contemporary dance competition in NYC in April
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
Laura Pawel Dance Company Chen Dance Center, March 14 & 15 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Laura Pawel Dance Company returns to the Chen Dance Center with the premiere of "3 AM" Pawel describes "Lost Thoughts" as a work that creates landscapes of different energies, creating a shifting environment, sometimes humorous and sometimes sad.
Legends Florence Gould Hall, Friday, May 9 and Saturday, May 10 at 7pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
New York Theatre Ballet’s repertory pairs the ballets of legendary creators with those of contemporary visionaries, bringing a new understanding and appreciation of dance. This season features new works and beloved favorites from choreographers including Dan Siretta, Gemma Bond, Pam Tanowitz, Richard Alston, Antonia Franceschi, Remy Charlip, and Antony Tudor.
National Water Dance around the U.S., April 12th , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
70 Institutions in 30 states will participate in National Water Dance, a dance event to bring attention to the fragility of our waterways
Past/Forward 2014: Women At Work The NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts is located at 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square, New York, New York 10012, February 28 at 8pm , contributed by John Wyszniewski / Blake Zidell PR
The featured alumni range from newly graduated and emerging choreographers who are beginning their careers to established choreographers who are presenting work nationally and internationally. Co-presented by NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Dance.
Reverbdance Festival 2014 Baruch Performing Arts Center, March 21-23 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Twenty choreographers from around the U.S., Australia, Taiwan, Italy, and the Philippines will appear in this fast-paced showcase of contemporary work. REVERBdance's mission remains to provide national and international choreographers and dance artists with high-quality, fully produced performance opportunities and to present these fresh, unique talents to the New York dance community.
Secrets On The Way Scandinavia House, NYC, April 7 , contributed by Audrey Ross/Publicity
Kathryn Roszak's Danse Lumiere from S.F. in a Dance Noir
Tao Dance Theater The NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts is located at 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square, New York, New York 10012, February 20 – 22 at 8pm , contributed by John Wyszniewski / Blake Zidell PR
After a sold out run at the Lincoln Center Festival in 2012, TAO Dance Theater returns with 4, a continuation of choreographer Tao Ye’s exploration of the potential of the human body as a visual element, devoid of story-telling or representation. Four dancers seem to be propelled by a magnetic wave that sometimes pulls them apart, and then seems to push them together again, without ever touching.
The Red Dress DAVID H. KOCH THEATER (Lincoln Center), Thursday, March 6 through Sunday, 9, 2014 , contributed by Kevin P. McAnarney, KPM Associates
For the first time in a major city outside of China (Asia), the Chinese National Award-winning dance drama, “The Red Dress” by the China Ningbo Performance & Arts Group will perform at the David H. Koch Theater (Lincoln Center). the touching love story of a young man and young woman from two rich families in an ancient town in southern China.
ComedyEating My Garbage Under St. Marks 94 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10009, Wednesday, February 19th, 10:15pm Monday, February 24th, 7:05pm Friday, February 28th, 5:30pm Thursday, March 6th, 7:05pm Saturday, March 8th, 2:05pm , contributed by David Mogolov (independent)
Dumbfounded by a call from a political pollster, David begins a hilarious investigation into human rationality, searching for a reason to believe the nation could possibly be on the right track. His journey takes him through self-inflicted dental woes, stupefying architectural mysteries, and his own unhealthy fixation on the Subway sandwich franchise. The further he goes, the less plausible it seems that democracy could work out.
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!
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.
Tina And Amy: Last Night In Paradise 94 St. Marks Place, Thursday 2.20 @ 7:05pm Saturday 2.22 @ 3:40pm Saturday 3.1 @ 3:40pm Friday 3.7 @10:15pm Saturday 3.8 @ 6:50pm , contributed by Antonia Lassar, SixTee Collective
Before the fame, before the glory, before the drunk texts from Lorne Michaels, it was 1997 and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were really broke. From the creators of the Frigid Festival 2013’s Best Show, comes this super true, totally not made up story about two iconic women of comedy.
ReadingsA Life In Books, Warren Lehrer LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, Little Theatre, 31-10 Thomson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101, Friday, March 14, 2014 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM , contributed by Nia Evans
Writer, artist, performer Warren Lehrer presents a funny and thought-provoking multimedia performance/reading based on his acclaimed new novel, A Life In Books: The Rise and Fall of Bleu Mobley.
FestivalsHow I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Gardaí Under St. Marks Theater 94 Saint Marks Pl (1st Ave and Avenue A), New York, NY 10009, Performance Schedule February 20th 5:30pm February 23rd 3:40pm March 2nd 3:40pm March 4th 7:05pm March 8th 8:25pm , contributed by Jennie Campbell, Sunglasses After Dark Productions
Written and Performed by Liliana Ashman Directed by Madeleine Rose M. Parsigian Borders aren't just political - they're personal. This daring new play illuminates one woman’s attempt to interrogate the bureaucratic horror of Immigration Policy, seeking humanity in a deeply dehumanizing process. Lili explores immigration – from Ireland to her native New Mexico – and why it’s the issue everyone’s so damn worried about.
WorkshopsMeet The Coaches 2014 And Audition Info Session Ripley Grier Studios, 520 Eighth Avenue, 10th Fl, Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 2pm-5pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) announces Meet the Coaches 2014 (plus Audition Info Session), a unique opportunity for actors to personally meet a top-notch lineup of monologue and music coaches to help them shine at auditions. The event is presented as part of the 2014 TRU Audition Event on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 2pm at Ripley Grier Studios, 520 Eighth Avenue, 10th Floor, NYC.
Mediation Techniques For Producers (And Everyone) JAMS Conference Room, The New York Times Building (620 Eighth Avenue, 34th Floor, NYC), Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 12-4:30pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick Communications
Taught by attorney/mediator Eric S. Goldman, with a panel of commercial Broadway producers, this invaluable workshop will offer techniques for communicating effectively and productively as you embark on sensitive artistic relationships, as well as offer guidance and clues about finding colleagues who will work collaboratively.
Children'sCirque Ziva Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, Sunday, March 9, 2014 at 3pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College presents Cirque Ziva Sunday, March 9, 2014 at 3pm
Piggy Nation: The Musical The Snapple Theater Center, 50th and Broadway, New York, NY 10019, Sundays from 12:00PM-1:00PM , contributed by Arielle Sosland
Piggy Nation is a delightful musical featuring an original score with blues, rock, rap and gospel influences. Full of lessons in thoughtfulness and consideration, it’s an hour-long musical perfect for kids ages 3 and up (and their parents and grandparents too)!
Sid The Science Kid – Live! Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, Sunday, April 6, 2014 at 2pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College (BCBC) continues its 2013-14 Target Storybook Series with Jim Henson’s Sid the Science Kid – Live!
The Wizard Of Oz Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts Walt Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College 2900 Campus Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11210, Sunday, May 18 at 2pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Based on L. Frank Baum’s classic book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, this original musical tells the beloved story of Dorothy’s adventure over the rainbow as she follows the yellow brick road with the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion towards the Emerald City and the mysterious Wizard who can help her get home. Featuring original lyrics, music and book by Don Kersey, the hour-long performance features such songs as “Be Brave,” “Back Home,” and “It’s So Easy to be a Witch.”
Company Updates3-Legged Dog Announces 2013/2014 Season, contributed by Karen Greco
a full season of large-scale immersive productions, kicking off with a free, open-to-the-public launch party on September 13th featuring some of our featured artists for the season. 3LD will also present three new salons as part of the recently mounted 3LD Salon Series. Also in 2013/14, 3-Legged Dog presents the second year of Liminal Stage, a street level immersive multimedia experience featuring the work of visual artists, and a new developmental residency for multimedia projects entitled 3LD/336.
Abrons Arts Center Announces Season Full Of New Works, contributed by Blake Zidell
Premieres from New York City Players, in Association with Half Straddle and Abrons; Pig Iron; Big Art Group; Pavel Zuštiak and Palissimo; Arturo Vidich; and Others; plus Miguel Gutierrez, the 5th Anniversary of American Realness and a Workshop Presentation of Mandy Patinkin & Taylor Mac’s The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville
Brooklyn Center For The Performing Arts 2013/2014 Season, contributed by Emily Hagburg, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College announces its 59th season of music, dance, theater, and family programming reflecting the multicultural diversity of Brooklyn. The outstanding line-up features performances from Jamaica, Russia, Canada, and China, as well as the United States, and includes both Brooklyn premieres and returning favorites.
Gotham Chamber Opera Announces 2013-2014 Season, contributed by Michelle Tabnick
featuring four new productions, including a world premiere and a U.S. premiere. The season begins with Baden-Baden 1927: a staged evening of four one-act operas that appeared together at the Baden-Baden Festival in 1927, from October 23 - November 1, 2013 at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater, followed by a co-production with Trinity Church, Marc-Antoine Charpentier's La descente d'Orphée aux enfers from January 1-5, 2014.
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Nyu Skirball Center For The Performing Arts Announces 10Th Anniversary Season, contributed by John Wyszniewski / Blake Zidell PR
In its first decade, NYU Skirball has made substantial contributions not only to the community surrounding the country’s largest private university, but also to a broader cultural landscape. In recent years, Executive Director Michael Harrington has used the venue—which, with 860 seats and state-of-the-art production capabilities, is unique in downtown Manhattan—to provide a platform for artists from around the world and from the facility’s Greenwich Village neighborhood to practice their craft on a larger scale. In addition to multiple-night or –week runs (Joshua Light Show, Not by Bread Alone, Shlemiel the First), NYU Skirball Center hosts a range of singular events, such as a dialogue between David Byrne and Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson, Reggie Watts in concert, Comedian Rob Delaney and the and season 2 premiere of HBO’s “Girls.”
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.
St. Ann's Warehouse Announces 2013-14 Season, contributed by Blake Zidell
The season finds St. Ann’s Warehouse forging several significant new relationships, beginning with the Donmar, which, like St. Ann’s, is celebrated for major, cutting-edge theatrical productions. In the Donmar’s Julius Caesar (October 3 – November 3), directed by Phyllida Lloyd, the members of an all-female cast give explosive performances in this groundbreaking production.
The Collegiate Chorale's 2013/2014 Season, contributed by Emily Hagburg, Michelle Tabnick Communications
The Collegiate Chorale announces its 2013-14 season of three important works: Arrigo Boito’s Mefistofele at Carnegie Hall, followed by with Max Bruch’s Moses at Carnegie Hall, and David Lang’s battle hymns at Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. For more information and tickets, visit http://collegiatechorale.org/season-ticket/.
OperaComposers & The Voice 2013-2014 American Opera Projects, 138 South Oxford St. | Brooklyn | New York | 11217, Concert on May 18 & 19, 2014. , contributed by American Opera Projects
AOP is proud to introduce to you the emerging composers and librettists who will develop songs and operas as part of our seventh season of Composers & the Voice. Working with C&V Artistic Director Steven Osgood, a team of music directors, world-renowned mentors, and our current group of resident singers, they will hone their skills beginning in September at AOP's home in Brooklyn.
L'opera Burlesque Duane Park, February 18, 2014 (and every 3rd Tuesday of the Month) , contributed by Rebecca @ The Hot Box Girls
An internationally-acclaimed neo-classical Opera Burlesque fantasy featuring voluptuous voices, operatic aerialists, and racy romances... NYC has never seen or heard anything quite like the dazzling, intimate affair that is L'Opera Burlesque.
L'opera Burlesque Duane Park, March 18, 2014 , contributed by Rebecca @ The Hot Box Girls
An internationally-acclaimed neo-classical Opera Burlesque fantasy featuring voluptuous voices, operatic aerialists, and racy romances... NYC has never seen or heard anything quite like the dazzling, intimate affair that is L'Opera Burlesque.
RevuesHow 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.