MusicalsMatilda 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.
Nicholas Nickleby, A New Musical Theater for the New City, April 17-May 4, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
An original musical version of Charles Dickens' classic tale with a cast of 35, including Broadway star Luba Mason* (Chicago, Jekyll & Hyde, How to Succeed, Sunset Blvd.), Cabaret luminary Karen Kohler* (Das Cabaret, Vienna to Weimar w/ KT Sullivan), Becca Gottlieb* (Nat. Tours: Damn Yankees, The Wedding Singer), and Douglas McDonnell (Metropolitan & New York City Operas), A comedic satire. Memorable characters. Famous romantic 1830’s novel with themes of class inequality & social injustice.
Oral History: Tony-Award Winning Actress Bebe Neuwirth Interviewed By Arts-Journalist Patrick Pacheco Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center 111 Amsterdam Ave (65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue), May 5, 2014 @ 6 PM , contributed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser
League of Professional Theatre Women presents Oral History: Tony-Award Winning Actress Bebe Neuwirth interviewed by Arts-Journalist Patrick Pacheco on Monday, May 5, 2014, 6:00PM at Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center (65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue). Free Admission, Seating first come first served. This program is produced by Betty Corwin. This program is made possible by the generous support of the Betty R. and Ralph Sheffer Foundation.
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 PerformanceBuyer & 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.
Maison Des Reves The Paradise Factory 64 E 4th St., NYC (b 2nd & 3rd Ave), Wed 05/21 @ 7pm Fri 05/23 @ 7pm Sat 05/24 @ 4pm , contributed by Sam Morris
In 1909 Samara, Russia, Alexe Popova confessed to killing over 300 men to “liberate” the women of her community from their abusive husbands. She fought the War on Women in her own way, with a little lethal poison. Come “try” her for yourself at Maison des Reves!
PlaysAntimatter Collective Presents The Tower Standard Toykraft 722 Metropolitan Ave, 3rd Floor, Williamsburg, April 12-26 , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
The Tower is a psychedelic journey into the history and mythology of the Donner Party, a group of snowbound pioneers who notoriously resorted to cannibalism to survive the brutal winter of 1846-47.
A View Of The Mountains New Jersey Repertory Company, April 24-May 25, 2014 , contributed by Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications at NJ Rep
The play explores how the current extreme political polarization in our society has come home to roost and threatens not only our nation, but the intimate ties that bind families. John Honeyman is a former arms negotiator who represented the U.S. in the early 1980’s and held secret meetings with his Russian counterpart to defuse the explosive tensions that divided the two nuclear super-powers.
Flux Theatre Ensemble To Present The World Premiere Of August Schulenburg's Jane The Plain 4th Street Theatre 83 East 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery, May 9-24 , contributed by Emily Owens, Emily Owens PR
Football, popularity and the clash of the gods: it's all going down at Plainview High School's homecoming game in the comic fairy tale Jane the Plain.
Left Out Festival At Stage Left Studio 214 West 30th Street, Sixth Floor, NYC, NY 10001, April 15th through April 28th, 2014 , contributed by KC for Cheryl King
This annual festival features the work of LGBTQ artists and benefits Bailey House, which provides housing and support to people living with HIV and AIDS. This year’s festival features award-winning playwrights and performers, with a special focus on transgender issues. Ms. King, artistic director, says, “I’m delighted that this year we have plays from all five of the letters in LGBTQ. We have performances featuring gay experience, lesbians trying to get green cards, queer identity in teens, T-gurls in NYC, gay questions and bigotry in Shakespeare, gay identity in classic literature, marriage equality, and both male-to-female and female-to-male transgender issues. It’s a rich soup and a stellar group of talented playwrights and performers.” In the 7 years since the Left Out Festival began, Stage Left has donated nearly $10,000 to Bailey House and produced over 200 plays and solo shows by LGBTQ artists.
Machinal American Airlines Theatre on Broadway (227 West 42nd Street), Friday, December 20, 2013 to March 2, 2014 , contributed by Matt Polk
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Theatre at Weehawken High School, May 9 - May 24 , contributed by email@example.com
Boisterous, ribald, and ultimately shattering, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is the unforgettable story of a mental hospital and its inhabitants. When a brash new inmate arrives, the rigid program of the ward is thrown up for grabs. In a world where sanity means conformity and following the rules is the only way to survive, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a powerful exploration of both the beauty and the danger of being an original.
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.
Shrunken Shakespeare Company's 2014 Fundraiser Gala: Paul Sorvino's "Lear" TBG Theatre 316 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10018, Monday, April 21, 2014 @ 7:30pm , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
This contemporary staging of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, set in 1905 with Lear as the CEO of a major corporation, revamps a tale of a king who decides to divide his kingdom between three daughters. He seeks to give the greatest share to the daughter that loves him the most. Lear, however, is blinded by pride and to the true intentions of those around him. His kingdom begins to drown in a sea of deceit and trepidation.
Slut The Play The Gym at Judson, 5/9/14, 5/10/14 , contributed by Jeremy Bloom
After sold-out runs in New York City last fall, SLUT will be presented this spring in Los Angeles, Fargo, and New York City. Praised as "hard-hitting" by the New York Post and "engrossing" by New York Magazine, the play was developed by The Arts Effect All-Girl Theater Company, winner of Most Outstanding Ensemble, New York International Fringe Festival; named BEST Youth Theater Group in NYC, Nickelodeon/MTV. SLUT delves deep into teen sexual assault, one of the most frightening and highly discussed topics in the news today.
The Gospel According To Josh: A 28-Year Gentile Bar Mitzvah The Players Theatre 115 MacDougal Street New York City 10012, May 16-18, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
After a 60-city tour, Huffington Post columnist, playwright, performer, and international public speaker Josh Rivedal returns to New York City with The Gospel According to Josh—his autobiographical 30-character, 1-man show described as a parable, a mitzvah, and a comedy all rolled into one.
The Cloud HERE Arts Center, May 16-June 1, 2014 , contributed by Paul Siebold / Off Off PR
Four people get lost in the forest of social media in this raucous farce exploring changing notions of privacy and intimacy in this age of over-sharing. Written by improv and Comedy Central vet Matt Moses (Daniella Uses Dirty Words, UCB's "The Law Firm"), The Cloud fuses the wilds of the internet with Shakespearean romance to conjure a theatrical landscape in which all the www is a stage.
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.
ConcertsA World Premiere New Score By Stewart Copeland Ben-Hur: A Tale Of The Christ Chrysler Hall, 215 St Pauls Blvd, Norfolk, VA 23510, 4/19/2014 8pm , contributed by Dan Dutcher
In April, audiences will share a thrilling Festival-commissioned world premiere—another coup in Virginia Arts Festival’s rich history of “see-it-here-first” performances.
Battle Hymns Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Pier 86, 12th Ave. & 46th Street, NYC, May 15, 2014 , contributed by Emily MT, Michelle Tabnick Communications
A soldier’s letter to his wife, a speech by Abraham Lincoln, lyrics to Stephen Foster parlor songs – these are the words of battle hymns, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang’s innovative new choral exploration of the feelings of people in times of war. On May 15, 2014, The Collegiate Chorale will present the New York Premiere of this unusual and haunting work, performed within the cavernous Hangar Deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, a setting rich in the remembrance of wars served.
Chamber Players International Presents World Premiere Of Interludes Trio By David Winkler And Other Works On April 24 At The Dimenna Center For Classical Music In New York, New York Benzaquen Hall of The DiMenna Center, 450 West 37th Street in Manhattan, Thursday, April 24 at 7:00 PM , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
Music by Rossini, Piazzolla, Bottesini, Handel and Donizetti will also be presented on this concert. Performers include bassist Enrico Fagone, soprano Veronique Mercier, violinist Bela Horvath and pianist Svetlana Smolina.
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.
New York Composers Circle Music For Soprano, Strings And Piano Concert On April 22 At Manhattan’S Saint Peter’S Church At Citigroup Center Saint Peter’s Church at Citigroup Center - Lexington Avenue and 54th Street in Manhattan, Tuesday, April 22 at 8:00 PM , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
New York Composers Circle Music for Soprano, Strings and Piano Concert
Quintet Of The Americas Presents Tone And Color Concert On April 24 At Community Mediation Services In Jamaica, Queens Community Mediation Services, 89-64 163rd Street, Jamaica, NY, Thursday, April 24 at 1:00 PM , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
Quintet of the Americas Presents Tone and Color Concert
The Cecilia Chorus Of New York Presents Brahms, Bruckner, Vaughan Williams And Cipullo Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, 57th St. and 7th Ave., Friday, April 25 at 8:00 PM , contributed by Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
The Cecilia Chorus of New York Presents Brahms, Bruckner, Vaughan Williams and Cipullo
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.
Ballet Hispanico The Joyce Theater, April 15-27, 2014 , contributed by Emily MT, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Ballet Hispanico, recognized as the nation’s leading Latino dance organization since 1970, returns to The Joyce Theater from April 15-27, 2014 with 15 performances featuring four dynamic programs. Tickets start at $10 and are on sale now.
Dance Against Cancer AXA Equitable Theater 787 Seventh Avenue New York, NY 10019, 5/5/2014 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick
Dance Against Cancer An Evening to Benefit the American Cancer Society
Emergence Rose Nagelberg Theater at Baruch College Performing Arts Center, April 22, 2014 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick Communications
Eryc Taylor Dance, Inc. (ETD) presents Emergence on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at the Rose Nagelberg Theater at Baruch College Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave, NYC, at 6pm and also at 8:30pm. Emergence, an evening of dance, will feature original pieces choreographed by recipients of 2013 ETD grants for aspiring choreographers, as well as a piece by Eryc Taylor.
Eryc Taylor Dance Presents
Emergence Rose Nagelberg Theater at Baruch College Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave, NYC, Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 6pm & 8:30pm , contributed by Michelle Tabnick
an evening of dance, will feature original pieces choreographed by recipients of 2013 ETD grants for aspiring choreographers, as well as a piece by Eryc Taylor. The featured choreographers were chosen by ETD after an open application process entered by many applicants. Grant monies were used to pay expenses incurred by these choreographers in developing the pieces being presented on April 22. Lighting Design for all pieces by Traci Klainer Polimeni.
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
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.
Lydia Johnson Dance Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55 Street, June 4-7, 7:30 PM , contributed by Audrey Ross
repertory works and the world premiere of a new work set to Mozart's Fantasia in C Minor and the Adagio from the C Minor Piano Sonata. Returning to guest with the 12-member Company is Carlos Lopez, former soloist with American Ballet Theatre.
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.
Rascals With Altitude Connelly Theatre , April 25 – May 4, 2014 , contributed by Michelle Tabnick
General Mischief Dance Theatre presents its spring performance Rascals with Altitude
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 Junior Society Of Ballet Hispanico Presents Dance Into Fashion, A Benefit Featuring The Designs Of Angel Sanchez The Jane Ballroom, Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 8pm , contributed by Emily MT, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Ballet Hispanico, recognized as the nation’s leading Latino dance organization since 1970, will host its annual Junior Society benefit, Dance Into Fashion, at The Jane Ballroom on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 8pm. The evening will showcase the creations of Venezuelan-born fashion designer Angel Sanchez as modeled by Ballet Hispanico company dancers in a unique presentation choreographed by Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro.
ComedyFree 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.
WorkshopsOn 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!”
BenefitsIvy Theatre & Funny…Sheesh’S Celebration Of Collaboration! The TAI Group, 4/26/14 , contributed by Jason S. Grossman
You are cordially invited to Funny…Sheesh Productions' and Ivy Theatre's Funding Party. This will be a night to remember with live music, performances, art and camaraderie to toast the partnership of Ivy Theatre Company and Funny…Sheesh Productions and help raise money for our upcoming productions.
Children'sThe 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.”
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.
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.
The Raven Gerald W. Lynch Theater, May 28, 2014 at 7:30pm and May 30 and 31, 2014 at 8pm , contributed by Emily MT, Michelle Tabnick Communications
Toshio Hosakawa’s The Raven, a monodrama for mezzo-soprano and twelve instrumentalists, will be given its U.S. Premiere at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater as part of the New York Philharmonic’s inaugural NY PHIL BIENNIAL. Directed and choreographed by Luca Veggetti, The Raven will star Fredrika Brillembourg in the role of the Narrator and will be danced by Alessandra Ferri.
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.
Hotsy Totsy Burlesque Presents A Tribute To 1970’S Action Tv: Featuring: Charlie’S Angels, The Bionic Cherry And The Fonz The Slipper Room (our new venue), 167 Orchard St,, Wednesday April 30th (& Every 4th Wednesday of the month!) , contributed by Cyndi Freeman
After an accident where Cherry tried to fix the Slipper Room trapeze with tooth floss, she was left clinging to life. But thanks to Obamacare, Cherry has now been equipped with new bionic parts. Captain Steve Austin, the original Bionic Man, is training her how to use them. Meanwhile there have been Bigfoot sightings throughout The Slipper Room and Charlie’s Angels have been called in to investigate, with the help of Starsky and Hutch. Hilarity ensues when the Fonz gets involved. Stay tuned and find out what happens as we present a very special Hotsy Totsy Burlesque event featuring all your favorite 1970’s Action TV stars!
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.
Mama Foundation For The Arts Presents Alive! The Dempsey Theater, 127 W 127th Street, Harlem, NY 10027, Saturdays at 2:00 p.m. March 8, 15, 22 and 29 April 5, 12, 19 and 26 May 3, 10 and 31 June 7 and 14 Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. March 15 April 19 May 3 June 14 , contributed by Susanne Pinedo, Pinedo Public Relations
ALIVE! features a unique blend of gospel, jazz, R&B and pop music – songs that served as a soundtrack for this generation. Through the music, and through authentic stories and testimonies, the ALIVE! cast tell how it used to be, and how life could be going forward . . . at any age. They are ALIVE! . . . and kickin'.