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In an evening featuring Barrett Wilbert Weed (Heathers, Bare, Found), Laura Dreyfuss (Glee, Once), and Alex Finke (Les Miserables), performers from Broadway and Off-Broadway will come together to sing music spanning the pop, rock and folk genres. Proceeds from the evening will go to Syrian refugees receiving aid from UNICEF, which is currently mobilizing the largest humanitarian operation in history.
Since the Syrian conflict began four years ago, over 12 million people, more than the entire population of New York City, have been displaced both inside the country and beyond its borders. Because bombs are still being dropped and fighting is raging with no end in sight, too many are unable to return to their homes and every day lives.
This concert is an effort to raise funds and awareness for a situation that is growing more desperate each day, and aims to serve as a reminder that the Broadway community has a special ability to bring people together to positively impact the world.
Gypsy of the Year is a competitive variety show that honors the tireless work of ensemble singers and dancers, known as "gypsies." For two afternoons, more than 200 of New York's most talented gypsies and their special guests will perform original skits, songs and dances. Awards will be presented for the best presentation during the two performances and for the shows raising the money during the six-week effort.
Proceeds from the 50th Anniversary Benefit Reading of The Man Who Came to Dinner support Roundabout Theatre Company's many programs and initiatives, including the Company Archives and Classic Play Production Fund. Classic plays are the founding cornerstone of Roundabout Theatre Company's mission and the Classic Play Production Fund allows Roundabout to plan future productions that enrich New York City's theatrical landscape. Roundabout's Archives preserve materials related to current works and the 50 years of its nationally acclaimed, Tony- and Drama Desk–Awarded productions as well as institutional documents that chronicle how the company grew from a 150 seat off-off-Broadway theatre to the largest not-for-profit theatre in the country.
This Secret event will feature hidden gem performers who will step out of the shadows and into the light of stage. The Secret Gala will reveal to you an open bar featuring top local vendors from Long Island City, and delightful cuisine from an exciting new chef. Don't miss this exclusive, one-of-a-kind event that you will talk about for years to come (but only in whispers).
After 25 years Friends in Theater Company and State of Play productions will bring The Secret Garden back to the stage. A special one night only performance will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of NY. We will be joining Original Cast members with Broadway's hottest talent in a full production that will leave audiences wanting more.
This enchanting classic of children's literature is reimagined in brilliant musical style by composer Lucy Simon and Marsha Norman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of "Night Mother." Orphaned in India, 11 year-old Mary Lennox returns to Yorkshire to live with her embittered, reclusive uncle Archibald and his invalid son Colin. The estate's many wonders include a magic garden which beckons the children with haunting melodies and the "Dreamers", spirits from Mary's past who guide her through her new life, dramatizing The Secret Garden compelling tale of forgiveness and re
Todd and Mitzy are the perfect couple…right? In Michael Kimmel's new piece, we see the cold reality of what happens after the meet cute. From first date to marriage, kinky sex stories to the lows of infertility, Todd and Mitzy is a humorous and heartfelt exploration of the cost of commitment, and how perilous the road can be, even, and especially, for the perfect couple.
Laugh your (BODY PART)_____ off as Brenda Braxton presents Villain: DeBlanks<>/i.
A portion of proceeds from each performance will benefit the Humane Society of New York.
A Time Out NY Critics' Pick written by Billy Mitchell, "Villain: DeBlanks" is the uproarious improvisational comedy where the cast says words you put in their mouths. The audience provides nouns, adjectives, verbs, etc. (the wilder, the better), and the actors provide the laughs—uncensored and unrehearsed. It's Clue meets adult "Mad Libs," and it's never the same show twice!