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Seven-year-old orphan Pip's encounter with an escaped convict begins a series of events that will change his life forever. Some of Charles Dickens' most memorable characters are vividly brought to life in this anarchic and joyful one-man adaptation of the classic tale.
Note: This show is suitable for ages 10 and up.
Hershey Felder, a Steinway artist, returns to the Wallis, bringing Ludwig van Beethoven to life through the eyes of a Viennese doctor who spent his boyhood by the maestro's side. Featuring some of the composer's most famous works, including the "Moonlight" Sonata, the "Pathétique" Sonata, and selections from his fifth and ninth symphonies, Beethoven is a journey through time that will bring audiences closer to the essence of a genius.
If you loved Barbara Minkus in Picon Pie and Funny, You Don't Look Like a Grandmother, you'll adore her in this funny, poignant and powerful evening of theater. One of the most widely adored artists in the business, she toured as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, was Lucy in the recording of You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, starred on Broadway in The Education Of HYMAN KAPLA*N, was a regular on TV's Love, American Style and Curiosity Shop, and most recently, played Off-Broadway and Los Angeles in Don't Leave It All to Your Children!
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was hailed as an icon of style, grace, and strength, famous for her allure and piercing sensuality. Much has been written and said about the woman who was arguably America's most popular first lady — though one detail is usually omitted: She was human. From the creative team of Wiesenthal, award-winning playwright Tom Dugan's newest one-woman drama explores the life of America's most private public figure.
When The SantaLand Diaries was first broadcast, it generated more requests for tapes than any story in NPR Morning Edition's history except the death of Red Barber. It was brought to life on stage off-Broadway, and now Patrick Censoplano dons the candy-cane tights in this acerbically funny one-man play about the author's experiences as an unemployed writer taking a job as an elf at Macy's department store in New York City. Helmed by acclaimed director Chris DeCarlo, and adapted by Joe Mantello from renowned author David Sedaris's story, The SantaLand Diaries takes a wry look at how the holiday season brings out the best — and the worst — in us all.
In her new solo show, Tony Award-winning writer, performer, and chameleonic comedian Sarah Jones brings to life an entire cast of characters, all of whom have something to say about gender, sex work, and the times in which we are living.
Powerful and poignant, heartfelt and humorous, it's a special one-night-only engagement of film, television, and stage personality Stogie Kenyatta's NAACP Award-winning solo show about African-American artist and activist Paul Robeson, memorializing a great American hero. Robeson — internationally renowned actor, recording artist, concert singer, football player, all-American athlete, and Phi Beta Kappa Society laureate at Rutgers University — was witness to the artistic wonders of the Harlem Renaissance and the jazz-bebop era, the horrors of the slave trade, the shame of the Holocaust, McCarthyism, blacklists, racism, and oppression. His life's work celebrates our common humanity as he fought globally for social justice.