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In memory of its namesake, the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center annually bestows its Monte Cristo Award on a prominent theater artist whose lifetime work has had an extraordinary impact on American theater. This gala event supports the Center's commitment to developing new work and new artists for the stage. This year, stage and film actress Judith Light (Other Desert Cities) will receive the 17th Monte Cristo Award. A dinner will be held in her honor, followed by a special program hosted by O'Neill Executive Director Preston Whiteway and an award presentation by director and O'Neill alumnus Thomas Kail.
The Tony Awards honor theater professionals for distinguished achievement on Broadway. The awards have a tradition, dating back to 1997, of taking place at Radio City Music Hall. The show was held there every year since then until 2010 — except when the music hall underwent renovations in 1999 — and again from 2013 to 2015. This year the awards return once again to their historic venue. They are presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing.
The 31st Annual Easter Bonnet Competition is a fundraising showcase of Broadway's best performers and handcrafted bonnets. Its proceeds benefit Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS. During the event, performers from Broadway, off-Broadway, and national touring companies share original skits, songs, dances, and their own bonnet designs. Awards are given to the best presentation and the best bonnet design.
The Lucille Lortel Awards recognize excellence in off-Broadway theater by honoring the contribution of artists in that community. Among the special honors to be presented this year is the Lifetime Achievement Award, which will go to costume designer William Ivey Long. A multiple Lortel Award nominee, Long is also a 15-time Tony Award nominee and 6-time winner. Lynn Nottage, another honoree, will get her name added to the famed Playwrights' Sidewalk in front of the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Nottage is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright whose plays have been nominated for multiple Lortel Awards. Among them is Ruined, which received the 2009 Lortel Award for outstanding play. Theater executive Harold Wolpert will be honored with the Edith Oliver Service to Off-Broadway Award. Mr. Wolpert recently stepped down from his post as managing director of the Roundabout Theatre Company after 11 years. During his career, he led all management, finance, administration, production, marketing, operations, and labor relations for some of the largest and most recognized not-for-profit theatre companies in the country. These three honorees will receive their awards at a ceremony that members of the public may attend.
First awarded in 1922 and formalized in 1935, the Drama League Awards are the oldest theatrical honors in America. They are the only major theatrical awards chosen by the entire theater community — specifically, by the thousands of Drama League members nationwide who attend Broadway and off-Broadway productions. The membership includes award-winning actors, designers, directors, playwrights, producers, industry veterans, critics, and dedicated audiences from across the nation. The awards ceremony consists of a nominees' cocktail reception, luncheon, and awards presentation.
Amateur Night at the Apollo is live entertainment with a history. This weekly talent competition began in 1934 and within months became a leading showcase for emerging performers. Among its early winners was a 15-year-old Ella Fitzgerald. Since then the series has launched the careers of James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, and Lauryn Hill.
Today Amateur Night attracts performers and audiences from around the world. Audience members, known for their toughness and expectation that contestants "be good or be gone," gleefully choose the winners.
Amy Helm's deep musical roots were enriched by a lifetime of exposure to the finest expressions of American musical tradition. Combined with her stunning vocal and other creative gifts, those roots have grown up to reveal a spellbinding artist who moves easily through a broad range of musical styles.
The daughter of music legend Levon Helm and singer/songwriter Libby Titus Fagen, Helm wields a powerful voice that can both stir and soothe, whether she is singing traditional gospel, blues standards or her own heartfelt compositions. She is a gifted musician on both mandolin and drums, and has clearly absorbed the lessons of the many other accomplished artists with whom she has shared stages, including Mavis Staples, Emmylou Harris, and Joan Osborne as well as other uniquely American performers like Dr. John and Hubert Sumlin.
A founding member of the roots band Ollabelle, with whom she has recorded three CDs, Helm has also performed live with scores of notable musicians like Warren Haynes, The Wood Brothers, and Donald Fagen, and her distinctive voice can be heard on recordings by artists ranging from Mercury Rev to Marc Cohn.
Montañez and Aponte will shine on the Lehman stage with their vast repertoire, including favorites such as "Un verano en New York" and "No hay cama pa' tanta gente." These two Puerto Rican stars are multifaceted artists worldwide, recognized not only as some of the best and most influential singers in the history of salsa but also known for their performances with El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico.
Join MetroStar veteran April Leonhard for an evening of her favorite songs from the silver screen in April Leonhard Goes to the Movies.
Harlem Blues Project specializes in soulful New York blues with a twist! The band features blues masters Jerry Dugger, Junior Mack, and Barry Harrison, plus a revolving cast of NYC's finest blues musicians, including Bill Sims Jr., Michael Hill, Irving Louis Lattin, and Solomon Hicks.
Fringe First Award Winner Baba Brinkman is the world's first and only "peer reviewed rapper,"bringing science to the masses with his unique brand of hip-hop comedy theatrics. In Rap Guide to Climate Chaos, Brinkman breaks down the politics, economics, and science of global warming, following its surprising twists from the carbon cycle to the energy economy.
A trailblazer in the genre of "lit-hop"—he has created hip-hop adaptations of The Canterbury Tales, Beowulf, and Gilgamesh—Brinkman is also an award-winning playwright, a former tree-planter who has personally planted more than one million trees, and a Friend of Darwin Award winner (for his efforts to improve the public understanding of evolutionary biology) who has opened for Stephen Hawking.
BAMcafé Live is a free weekly performance series, featuring a mix of live music in a bar and lounge space. Performances span jazz, R&B, Afro-pop, Latin, rock, experimental music, and spoken-word poetry. Duncan Sheik, Billy Martin, Survival Soundz, Tracie Morris, and Carl Hancock Rux are among the series' alums.
BB King Blues Club All-Stars specialize in soulful New York blues with a twist! The band features blues masters Jerry Dugger, Junior Mack, and Barry Harrison plus a revolving cast of NYC's finest blues musicians including Bill Sims Jr., Michael Hill, Irving Louis Lattin and Solomon Hicks.
The Ultimate Beatles Tribute in Full Costume with Former Members of Broadway's BEATLEMANIA BEATLES BRUNCH Featuring STRAWBERRY FIELDS
Strawberry Fields is a look-a-like, sound-a-like Beatles tribute, dedicated to bringing you as close to a real Beatles concert as you can get. The tribute takes you on a Magical Mystery Tour beginning in 1964, complete with mop top hair, black suits with thin ties, and the first four albums of music. The next stop, 1967, features the psychedelic era of the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album with all the costumes and jackets on the album cover. The last stop includes the White Album, Abbey Road, and of course Let It Be.
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Experience the science and splendor of the human body through Plastination, a breakthrough in anatomy invented by trailblazing scientist, Gunther von Hagens. Learn about the human body, its form and function, its vulnerability and potential, and the challenges it faces navigating the 21st century. BODY WORLDS: PULSE is an inspiring, immersive multimedia exhibition about health, wellness, and living to the beat of life in a vibrant, fast-paced city. It is an exhibition unlike any other. Body donors who willed their bodies, after death, for plastination and the education of future generations, act as guides and teachers on this unforgettable journey of discovery.
Abigail Rockwell, granddaughter of the American illustrator, Norman Rockwell, continues her NYC jazz debut at the Metropolitan.
Casts of popular Broadway shows as well as special guest performances by Broadway, Tv, and Film stars in the upscale acoustic environment of the hotel's Living Room. This new bi-weekly series will be hosted by Daniel J. Watts of the fan-favorite, smash hit Tony Award winning musical Hamilton and feature a new Broadway cast every other week.
The Broadway Loves series returns with a dozen of Broadway's most distinctive voices celebrating the original "American idol": Grammy Award winner Kelly Clarkson. Broadway Loves Kelly Clarkson features a set list filled with iconic hits from Clarkson's 15-year career, including her iconic first single "A Moment Like This," her breakout smash "Since U Been Gone," her latest heartfelt ballad "Piece by Piece," and over a dozen more chart-toppers and fan favorites from her catalogue.
The acclaimed Broadway Sings concert series presents its 15th installment: a performance honoring pop superstar Lady Gaga. This one-night-only concert pays tribute to the groundbreaking artist and her greatest songs, including "Born This Way," "Poker Face," "Bad Romance," and "Paparazzi." It will feature new arrangements of the eccentric singer's hits, with a 14-piece orchestra playing original orchestrations. Among the performers will be Nick Adams (Priscilla Queen of the Desert), Claybourne Elder (Sunday in the Park With George), Taylor Frey (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), Kathryn Gallagher (Spring Awakening), Nathan Lee Graham (The Wild Party), Eric Michael Krop (Godspell), Liz Larsen (Beautiful), Corey Mach (Hands on a Hardbody), Julia Mattison (Godspell), Lesli Margherita (Matilda the Musical), Jeremy Pope (Invisible Thread), A.J. Shively (Bright Star), Shayna Steele (Rent), and LaVon Fisher Wilson (Chicago).
Acclaimed singer Jackie Evancho makes her Café Carlyle debut. Evancho dazzled American television audiences at age 10, gaining global recognition with her stunning debut on NBC's America's Got Talent. Since then, she's released a string of platinum and gold albums. Jackie has recorded duets with artists such as Tony Bennett, Susan Boyle, Il Volo, Placido Domingo, Barbra Streisand, Chis Botti, the Tenors, and Joshua Bell. At 16 years old, she is still recording classical crossover songs in her beautiful soprano voice but is also evolving into pop territory with the well-received singles "Apocalypse," "Writing's on the Wall," and "Safe and Sound."
Award-winning actor-singer and veteran of Seinfeld and Dancing With the Stars John O'Hurley makes his Café Carlyle debut. A Man With Standards is his 90-minute retrospective on the songs of the Great American Songbook, along with musings from his eclectic life and career. Both humorous and poignant, A Man With Standards brings back the sounds of nostalgia in the voice of one of America's greatest storytellers.
Café Carlyle veteran John Pizzarelli returns with an all-new show celebrating iconic singer-songwriter Johnny Mercer. At the Café, he'll perform Mercer's most recognizable hits as well as lesser-known gems such as "Jamboree Jones" and "Slue Foot."
Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb makes her Café Carlyle debut. The trailblazing independent artist's musical career was launched with the platinum-selling hit song "Stay (I Missed You)" from the Gen-X film Reality Bites. Loeb followed with the singles "Do You Sleep?", "I Do," and "Let's Forget About It," as well as the albums Cake and Pie and No Fairy Tale.
A Celebration of Song is the annual spring gala of off-Broadway theater company Playwrights Horizons. The evening will honor three of the company's exceptional alumni writers: Tony Award nominee Scott Frankel (Grey Gardens), Tony nominee Michael Korie (Grey Gardens), and Pulitzer Prize and Tony winner Doug Wright (I Am My Own Wife). Book writer Richard Greenberg (Far From Heaven) and director Michael Greif (Grey Gardens) will also be recognized. Additionally, the gala will feature performances by three leading ladies: multi-Tony winner Christine Ebersole, multi-Tony winner Patti LuPone, and Tony winner Kelli O'Hara. The three will sing selections from the musicals Grey Gardens, Far From Heaven, and War Paint.
Celebrity Autobiography: The Next Chapter, created by Eugene Pack and developed by him and Dayle Reyfel, features a lineup of rotating performers who read — in both solo and ensemble pieces — the actual words and stories written by the famous and the infamous in their autobiographies.
The show features selections from books by Justin Bieber, "The Situation," Madonna, Tiger Woods, Susan Lucci, David Hasselhoff, Geraldo Rivera, Melissa Gilbert, Patti LuPone, Kenny Loggins, Destiny's Child, the Jonas Brothers, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Diana Ross, David Cassidy, Britney Spears, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Eminem, and Vanna White. It also includes special "celebrity mash-ups" — Cher, Barbra Streisand, Neil Sedaka, Dolly Parton, and Celine Dion all expressing their passion for food; Sylvester Stallone and Tommy Lee on working out and working "it" out; LL Cool J, Miley Cyrus, and Ricky Martin addressing who they "really are"; Tallulah Bankhead, Kathleen Turner, and Ethel Merman sharing the secrets of "diva-dom"; and Lauren Bacall and Carol Channing recreating the suspense of Tony night.
Before the days of radio and television, wealthy patrons would regularly invite entertainers into their homes, to delight small gatherings of family and friends. In those sophisticated, friendly environs, the living room became the stage, and the audience looked gleefully on, mere inches from the show.
Master conjuror, Steve Cohen, is recreating this posh, intimate entertainment experience, in his exclusive evening show, Chamber Magic: A Demonstration of Modern Conjuring. Some of the tricks Cohen will perform include:
- the linking of three borrowed wedding rings
- the bending of metal with his mind
- the single most astonishing card trick he's learned in twenty years of study.
Cocktail attire is requested.
Midnight showings of Chamber Magic are also available for groups of 15 or more.
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The producers of the world's biggest magic show, The Illusionists, have teamed up with the award-winning puppeteers from War Horse to present a thrilling turn-of-the-20th-century circus spectacular. Sensational puppetry puts elephants back in the ring as never seen before! Accompanying them is a huge cast of unique, amazing, and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world — from strongmen to contortionists to acrobats to musicians to high-wire performers...and much more!
Note: This show aims to captivate audiences of all ages.
Cuisine & Confessions, the newest creation by Montreal-based circus company Les 7 Doigts de la Main (The 7 Fingers), the company behind Traces and Broadway's Pippin, combines culinary arts with circus high jinks. The company's awe-inspiring acrobats combine kitchen appliances, food, and recipes with elaborate choreography, jaw-dropping acrobatics, and pulsating music to heighten audiences' most visceral senses.
DakhaBrakha returns, by popular demand, after a sold-out 2016 performance! This playful band from Kiev will perform new songs from their yet-to-be released album as well as old favorites. Reshaping ancient and contemporary Ukrainian music, DakhaBrakha's hypnotic textures meld soulful folk and ritual songs with R&B, jazz, African, and Balkan music.
The Broadway at Birdland concert series is proud to announce that Broadway and concert stage star Daniel Reichard is bringing his popular annual New York City holiday show back to the historic music room. Reichard, who created the role of Bob Gaudio in the Original Broadway Cast of Jersey Boys and currently tours with the vocal group, "The Midtown Men," will play the iconic jazz club for three consecutive nights.
This musical journey takes audiences back in time — specifically, to when "soul" emerged as a style of music. Berry Gordy's Motown label and his studio band the Funk Brothers helped popularize soul music, as did Stax Records' Booker T. & the MG's. Before long, James Brown became the "Godfather of Soul" and Aretha Franklin its queen.
Now vocalists Prentiss McNeil (of the Drifters) and Bruce Wayne (of the Midnight Movers, Wilson Pickett's backing band) lead this classic soul revue. Their energy is unmatched; their showmanship, breathtaking. A Decade of Soul is a passion-driven tribute; the passion may even drive audience members out of their seats and onto their feet.
One of Broadway's greatest stars will join forces with an authority on all things Broadway for an extraordinary evening of music and merriment. For the first time in New York City, two-time Tony, Grammy, and Olivier Award winner Patti LuPone will revisit some of the iconic roles of her illustrious career, and Seth Rudetsky, the host of Seth's Big Fat Broadway on SiriusXM, will deconstruct them as only he can do. After acclaimed performances together across the U.S. and in London, the pair's unscripted evening will include stories LuPone hasn't talked about anywhere else and would share only at the prompting of Rudetsky. Proceeds from the event will benefit Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS.
World famous for traditional flamenco, Cigala is now distinguished for his imagination and courage in exploring other musical traditions, such as salsa. The singer revisits the classic sound of '70s salsa, reinventing some of his hits with his soulful, inimitable flamenco touch. He will be joined by incredible musicians and voices of the salsa tradition, including Tito Allen, Johnny Rodriguez, Jorge Reinaldo, Jimmy Bosch, Ricky Gonzalez, and more. Don't miss this historic concert in which Cigala pays tribute to his tropical style, and introduces his new salsa talents. In addition to featured Puerto Rican musicians there are songs by Puerto Rican composer Tite Curet Alonso.
Live onstage will be the following:
- The Crests featuring Tommy Mara
- Larry Chance and the Earls
- Jay Siegel's Tokens
- Joe Bataan
- The Soul Survivors
The Drama Desk Awards, which are presented annually, honor outstanding achievement by professional theater artists on Broadway, off-Broadway, and off-off-Broadway. What sets the Drama Desk Awards apart is that they are voted on and bestowed by theater critics, journalists, editors, publishers, and broadcasters covering theater without any vested interest in the results. For this reason, the awards reflect both enthusiasm for all aspects of New York City's professional theater and a level of erudition and theatrical experience unparalleled in the industry's other prize-giving organizations. This year's awards ceremony is hosted by Michael Urie.
A series of talks where The Drama League gets "up close" with the stars and creators behind New York's biggest theatrical successes!
As a follow-up to her critically acclaimed album Promise, composer-producer-performer Emily Wells released an EP of B-sides and studio-recorded live arrangements on March 3. With a belief in the power of melody to hold a song to itself, Wells consistently bends and re-renders her original works as almost entirely new forms in her live performances. Not wanting her months of touring to fall victim to ephemerality, Wells has recorded a few of the arrangements in their new forms. In addition, there are also a few unreleased compositions. She will tour in support of the EP in select U.S. and European cities.
Kate Beckman presets a cabaret of stories and songs sparked by our memories and experience with food. The event serves as a benefit performance for LIU Post Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Ladge Speech and Hearing Center.
Welcome back to your favorite rent-controlled Greenwich Village apartment with the six friends you still can't get over. Join the famous gang from Friends in the parody I Was There for You. The 1990s sitcom pivots back into your lives in this original musical comedy. Hear beloved moments from the show musicalized with songs such as "Unagi," "When Were You Under Me?", "The Chandler Bing Job Interlude," and of course, "I Was There for You!" If you would love to hear Joey rap, Phoebe riff, or a caffeinated six-part harmony, could this be a better show for you? I Was There for You features original music and lyrics by Rachel Lind, a book by Rachel Goddard, and orchestrations by Steven Esposito.
Note: This concert musical parody of the hit TV show Friends is unofficial, unauthorized, and unassociated with Warner Brothers Entertainment.
For three weeks only, Danza España presents fiery performances of flamenco music, song, and dance at Thalia Spanish Theatre. FuegoFLAMENCO features an international cast, including special guest artists from Spain performing to the rhythm of Spain's most passionate and sensual art form.
Helen of Troy as a bored housewife? Ulysses as a dashing hero of the Spanish-American War? The whimsical and toweringly ambitious 1954 musical The Golden Apple does all that and more, reshaping the myths of The Iliad and The Odyssey into an all-American fable that conjures up the days when pie-baking contests were cutthroat and lovers eloped in hot air balloons. Despite its brief run, John Latouche and Jerome Moross' "opera for Broadway" was hailed by critics and introduced the classic torch song "Lazy Afternoon."
Presented by award-winning filmmaker, artist, and producer Gary Beeber, Gotham Burlesque is an exciting evening of song, dance, tricks and visual treats will feature a different cast at each performance, offering a wide range of live entertainments from around the globe.
Tribute Center Walking Tour Guides are 9/11 survivors, workers who assisted in the recovery efforts, lower Manhattan residents, or family members that lost loved ones. The tour includes a brief history of the World Trade Center, the attacks and the aftermath of 9/11. Each tour offers unique personal experiences of survival, loss and healing and ends in discussion of the rebuilding of the new World Trade Center. Please note: on inclement weather days, the tours go into the World Financial Center, looking into the 9/11 Memorial, and passes to the 9/11 Memorial are distributed after the tour concludes.
Visual artist and activist Ai Weiwei and Pritzker Prize-winning architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron collaborate on a new site-specific commission that leverages both the vast scale of the Park Avenue Armory's drill hall and its history as a public meeting space. Exploring the meaning of public space in our surveillance-laden world, the installation references the story of Hansel and Gretel, in which children lose their way and feel a sense of menace in a space they know and trust. The artists take advantage of the architecture of the drill hall — its openness and 80-foot height — to create a disconcerting environment with an unexpected entrance wherein every movement is tracked and surveyed by drones and communicated to an unknown public. Accompanying this installation will be talks and programs by artists, philosophers, and activists.
Hansel & Gretel builds on a legacy of over 15 years of collaboration among Weiwei, Herzog, and de Meuron, who have worked together on such design projects as the 2012 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and the National Stadium in Beijing, created for the 2008 Summer Olympics and nicknamed the "Bird's Nest" for its façade of interwoven steel.
The Harlem Gospel Concert Series celebrates the excitement of authentic praise and worship music, steeped in the tradition of the black church and featuring the award-winning Vy Higginsen's Gospel Choir From Harlem.
Vy Higginsen's Gospel Choir From Harlem is a celebrated group of performers from the Mama Foundation's Gospel for Teens program. Gospel for Teens (GFT) is an award-winning program (two Emmys) developed to teach aspiring young adults about the importance of gospel music as an art form. This choir is internationally recognized and has accompanied pop icons like Ariana Grande, Chance the Rapper, and Madonna.
Just like the good news of the faith, this concert is sure to attract an audience of all ages from a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds, celebrating community through music.
Indulge a bachelorette party fantasy, celebrate a birthday, or have the ultimate girls' night out at NYC's longest running male revue show. Yes girls, you can bring your male friends with you.
"A production you and your children don't want to miss!" - ABC NEWS
Totally based on audience suggestion and participation, you become a part of the show. The multi talented cast presents spontaneously theater and music original to every show. Hilarious parodies of Opera, Broadway, Shakespeare, Mime, Modern Dance, Jazz and Hip Hop dazzle audiences and alternate with interactive theater scenes. Think Who's Line is it Anyway meets Nickelodeon.
Israeli Chamber Project (ICP) members share a passion for music-making and deep connection with the musical culture of Israel. Acclaimed for performances around the world, they devise programs combining beloved masterworks with lesser-known gems and music by Israeli composers.
In this concert, violist Paul Neubauer of Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is ICP's guest in a program framed by two energetic piano quartets written a century apart. The first is Mozart's lyrical Piano Quartet in E-flat Major; the second is Richard Strauss' impassioned and rarely played Piano Quartet in C Minor, written when he was just 19 years old.
It Will All Work Out takes stories from Chris Wells' upcoming memoir, mixes them with funny original songs, and tops it all off with fabulous, colorful, and outrageous outfits. Expect a night of high energy, queer fun, and deep feeling with a smokin' hot band and a couple sexy backup dancers.
In 2005, a mother and daughter living on the Upper West Side fall victim to the storm that shook America: Hurricane Katrina. As they excavate their apartment riddled with pop culture detritus, the ever-shifting but always stifling parameters of feminine performance begin to chafe. Pairing traditions of drag performance with elements of conventional absurdist theatre, It's All Coming Back to Me Now says goodbye to the romance of yesterday's America through an examination of Canadian pop music, spearheaded by snow diva Celine Dion.
In 2005, a mother and daughter living on the Upper West Side fall victim to Hurricane Katrina. As they excavate their apartment riddled with pop culture detritus, the ever-shifting parameters of feminine performance begin to chafe. Pairing traditions of drag performance with elements of conventional absurdist theatre, It's All Coming Back to Me Now says goodbye to the romance of yesterday's America through an examination of Canadian pop music, spearheaded by snow diva Celine Dion.
One of Iran's most beloved artists and the preeminent ambassador of Persian music, Kayhan Kalhor is a master of the kamancheh, a spiked fiddle. Known for his improvisations, compositions, and collaborations with artists including Yo-Yo Ma, Brooklyn Rider, the Kronos Quartet, Osvaldo Golijov, the Ghazal Ensemble, and many orchestras around the world, Kayhan has popularized Persian music in the West and is a creative force in today's international music scene. Guest artists to be announced!
In a (mostly) true and hilarious reimagining of their platonic…errr...romantic journey (with inspiration from their favorite film), Look at It My Way gives Broadway's Kelli Barrett and Jarrod Spector the chance to recount the story of how they ended up together — from each of their often wildly divergent perspectives. Fresh off the heels of their award-winning concert debut, the Broadway couple uses the best of pop (Prince, Peter Gabriel), rock (REO Speedwagon, the Beatles), soul (Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles), and even a little musical theater to discover what happens when you see through the eyes of someone who likes you a whole lot more than you like yourself.
Acclaimed vocalist and songwriter Kristine Mills is proud to announce the official release of her 6th studio recording, BOSSAtoo. Join us for the Official CD release concert with the extraordinary band (Klaus Mueller piano, Itaiguara Brandao bass/guitar, Portinho drums and Kristine Mills vocals/guitar) who recorded the CD!
Since 1986 Kusika has thrived as a place for students, faculty, and artists interested in the study and performance of traditions, concepts, and material from Africa and the diaspora. We are a community that shares a repertoire of traditions in dance, music, and storytelling that embraces the innovations characteristic of the global impact of the African continent.
Our work also reflects the challenges African peoples face. Our recent studies include material from the countries of Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Senegal, Zimbabwe, and Haiti.
Zambezi has come a long way since 1992. The group plays traditional music from Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Africa in general, and is moving toward hybridity. Zambezi's musical depth has been enhanced by the quality of musicianship brought in by the students. Our orchestration includes brass, woodwinds, strings, and additional percussion, making the music richer.
The Lark has performed in such renowned venues as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, London's Wigmore Hall, L'Opéra de la Bastille in Paris, among many others, and they have appeared in numerous international festivals including Mostly Mozart and Wolftrap. With a distinctively passionate sound, they offer audiences new insights into the art of chamber music through programs that begin with the ensemble virtuosity of the western tradition and continue into recent music from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Acclaimed writer-performers and real-life married couple Joe Iconis and Lauren Marcus take on Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash in this new show featuring songs made famous by and inspired by the coolest couple in outlaw country. Over the course of three intimate evenings, this husband-and-wife duo tackle romantic collaborations, artistic relationships, volatile partnerships, Autoharps, and Jackson. Featuring original songs in addition to a host of reimagined Cash-Carter classics, this show is a fiery love letter from one pair of mavericks to another.
In a city with millions of things to see and do, there is only one place where every day over 220 world-famous celebrities provide you with the experience of a lifetime. Become a star at Madame Tussauds New York with over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment located in the heart of Times Square. Gossip with Hollywood's hottest celebrities, give an earful to world leaders, or take your photo with historical icons. Get up close with Justin Bieber, Diddy, Robert Pattinson, Lady Gaga, and so many more.
NEW this year is Marvel Super Heroes 4D! Step inside the top secret command center to unlock your powers alongside the Hulk, Spider-Man and more. Pass their tests and advance to the thrilling finale, the Marvel Superheroes Cinema 4D Experience. Don't miss this all new interactive adventure!
MasterVoices, formerly The Collegiate Chorale, closes its 75th anniversary season with Victor Herbert's Babes in Toyland. The production is conducted by MasterVoices' artistic director Ted Sperling and features the MasterVoices chorus, Kelli O'Hara, Bill Irwin, Lauren Worsham, and Christopher Fitzgerald, along with Orchestra of St. Luke's.
Dubbed "The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook," this multi-platinum-selling entertainer brings his impeccable interpretative skills to some of the greatest tunes of the 20th century with his Sinatra Centennial Celebration, an intimate evening celebrating the anniversary of the 100th birthday of Frank Sinatra.
Steve Cohen, "The Millionaires' Magician," is proud to present the world's most exclusive magic show, Miracles at Midnight.
Held once a month at midnight in New York City's famed Waldorf Towers, the show seats twenty guests only.
You will experience Cohen's one-of-a-kind miracles up close, and will be inches away from the magic. Indeed, some of the magic will take place in your own hands and inside your own mind.
Watch as Cohen will:
· Perform unique sleight of hand and mind reading · Move objects without touching them. · Tap into the thoughts of audience members he has never met before.
In Miracles at Midnight, Cohen combines favorites from his long-running show, Chamber Magic, along with a dozen miracles that have previously been reserved for his private performances.
Witness some of the wonders he has personally performed for Warren Buffett, Barry Diller, David Rockefeller, Michael Bloomberg, Jack Welch, Martha Stewart, Stephen Sondheim, the Queen of Morocco, and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.
The result will be a night you'll talk about and remember for years.
Cocktail attire required.
An all-star lineup performs at MCC Theater's annual Miscast gala, this year celebrating the theater's 30th anniversary. Performers include Tony Award winners Annaleigh Ashford, Norbert Leo Butz, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Jennifer Holliday, and Kelli O'Hara; Tony nominees Stephanie J. Block, Brian d'Arcy James, and Brandon Victor Dixon; plus Dear Evan Hansen breakout star Ben Platt and Hamilton's Mandy Gonzalez. The schedule for the evening is as follows:
6:30pm: cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
8:45pm Miscast revue
Proceeds from Miscast will, as always, support MCC Theater's mission to develop and produce exciting work off-Broadway; its Youth Company and partnerships with New York City public high schools; and its literary development work with emerging playwrights.
The Moscow Festival Ballet was founded in 1989 when legendary principal dancer of the Bolshoi Ballet Sergei Radchenko sought to realize his vision of a company which would bring together the highest classical elements of the great Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet companies in an independent new company within the framework of Russian classic ballet.
When the Museum of Sex first emerged on New York City's Fifth Avenue on October 5, 2002, it was without precedent in the museum world.
In the past seven years, the Museum of Sex has generated 14 exhibitions and 5 virtual installations, each in keeping with the Museum's mission of advocating open discourse surrounding sex and sexuality as well as striving to present to the public the best in current scholarship unhindered by self-censorship. With each new exhibition, lecture series, event and publication, the Museum of Sex is committed to addressing a wide range of topics, while simultaneously highlighting material and artifacts from different continents, cultures, time periods and media.
The Museum's permanent collection of over 15,000 artifacts is comprised of works of art, photography, clothing and costumes, technological inventions and historical ephemera. Additionally, the museum houses both a research library as well as an extensive multimedia library, which includes 8mm, Super 8mm, 16mm, BETA, VHS and DVDs. From fine art to historical ephemera to film, the Museum of Sex preserves an ever-growing collection of sexually related objects that would otherwise be destroyed and discarded due to their sexual content.
Student performers qualify to compete in the national program by winning top honors at regional high school musical theatre awards competitions presented by Broadway League member performing arts centers. Over 1,000 high schools and 50,000 students participate in these annual events. Since its inception in 2009, the NHSMTA has enabled over $1,000,000 in university and conservatory scholarships to be awarded to talented students at the national and local level—several of whom have already been cast in Broadway, Touring and West End productions.
New Dramatists is the nation's premier playwright development laboratory and a Tony Honor recipient. The organization will honor 10-time Tony Award-winning producer Daryl Roth and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel with 2017 Distinguished Achievement Awards at its 68th Annual Spring Luncheon. This dual recognition celebrates the individual contributions of these women to the American theater and also highlights the importance of their significant ongoing creative partnership.
New York Broadway Tours, combining the rich history of New York's musical theatre scene with real New York actors who are also professional licensed tour guides!
New York Broadway Tours is a unique experience! These gifted actors, singers, dancers have a passion for sharing their love of the stage and the city with you! Think of the tour as the equivalent to an interactive walking, talking, singing Broadway show where YOU get the chance to be a STAR!
It's great for kids of all ages and definitely a Broadway show you will never forget.
The New York Pops celebrates its 34th birthday with a grand gala evening honoring Tony Award winners Kelli O'Hara and Bartlett Sher, whose collaborations over the last decade have received wide acclaim and whose individual careers represent pinnacles of achievement in the world of theater. This concert celebrates the multiyear partnership between the actress and stage director and brings together artists from the stage and screen in their honor.
The event begins at 7pm with a concert at Carnegie Hall featuring a spectacular lineup of guest artists under the baton of music director Steven Reineke. The performance will include appearances by Broadway stars Danny Burstein, Ruthie Ann Miles, Laura Osnes, and Paulo Szot, as well as compositions by Jason Robert Brown and Nico Muhly. The concert will also feature 20 students from the New York Pops' Kids on Stage music education program and Camp Broadway Kids. Following the concert, a black-tie dinner dance will be held at the elegant Mandarin Oriental, New York.
The New York Pops — a symphonic orchestra known for presenting popular programs of exceptional quality — launches its 35th season at Carnegie Hall. Music director Steven Reineke leads the orchestra in a season that celebrates the diversity of some of popular music's greatest icons.
The 2017-18 series opens with a celebration of founder Skitch Henderson's centennial year and a mix of the greatest hits of today and yesterday, featuring up-and-coming Broadway stars Matt Doyle and Ali Ewoldt. In November, Reineke leads Adam Kantor and Betsy Wolfe in an all-new concert exploring the myriad works by female songwriters of the stage and screen, Women of Notes. As always, the orchestra rings in the holiday season with a weekend of festive tunes, featuring Broadway and TV sensation Megan Hilty in The Most Wonderful Time of the Year. In February, Reineke presents Heart and Soul, featuring Broadway royalty James Monroe Iglehart and Capathia Jenkins in a concert spanning the history of R&B, just in time for Valentine's Day. The season closes with The Best of Hollywood: Blockbuster Film Scores, in which the 78 musicians of the orchestra take the stage to present iconic theme music from some of the biggest box office successes of the silver screen.
Enjoy the Ride TM-With a guide! The only harbor cruise that lets you hop off, explore, then hop on again! Take an express trip from West 44th St. to Battery Park, then to South Street Seaport and across the East River to Brooklyn's DUMBO Fulton Ferry Landing-then back up to West 44th St.! Get amazing views of the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge and visit New York's bustling waterfront neighborhoods along our guided tour! Additionally you can package your Hop-On/Hop-Off cruise with a visit to the national September 11 Memorial. As the select transportation partner of the 9/11 Memorial, free Memorial Visitor passes are offered with the purchase of a select Hop-On/Hop-Off Combo ticket. The timed visitor passes allow passengers to plan their visit to the 9/11 Memorial at a select time that coordinates with a designated boat departure. *Good for up to 4 people
All the talent New York City has to offer is on more than the Broadway stage. But who are the next generation of Big Apple stars? Get a sneak peek at the area's best during New York's Got Talent. The thrilling result of an all-ages talent search, NYGT showcases performers from across the region in a variety-style production. Featuring a colorful array of singers, dancers, magicians, jugglers, pet training tricks, burlesque, bands, guitarists, drummers, comedians, weird acts of all kinds, ventriloquists, drag queens, lip-syncers, cirque, tappers, tumblers, gymnasts, balance acts, impersonators, a cappella groups, and virtually any other alternative performance art form you can think of, this is a show that lets you decide who moves on to the next of six total rounds. Cast your vote at the Elektra Theater in Times Square.
Bullets fly and bathtub gin flows in Cole Porter's 1930 Prohibition jape The New Yorkers, a gleefully amoral celebration of speakeasies, gangsters, society dames, and the great city they love. The musical centers on featherbrained socialite Alice Miller, whose bootlegger beau leads her on a madcap romp from Park Avenue to Sing Sing and back again. The New Yorkers produced a number of standards — "I Happen to Like New York," "Love for Sale" — but much of the original material has been lost, making this Encores!'s most ambitious musical reconstruction ever.
The musical nightclub phenomenon NYC Dueling Pianos is proud to announce its triumphant return to Times Square. Having played to sold-out crowds across the country, the critically-acclaimed interactive concert is preparing to come back to it's original location at the HA! Comedy Club.
Take a city tour with On Location Tours, a one-of-a-kind company that takes you past the doorsteps of your favorite television and movie characters and real-life celebrities. Straddle fiction and reality while you shop, eat, drink, and dance at the sites you've seen on both the big and small screens!
All tours are led by local actors and actresses - so come prepared to sing along to your favorite theme songs and answer trivia questions!
Bus tours offered include: New York TV and Movie Sites, Sex and the City Hotspots, Sopranos Sites, and Gossip Girl Sites. Walking tours offered include: Central Park Movie Sites
This season, Obie Award winner Ethan Lipton (No Place to Go) returns with a new adventure in bittersweet and hilariously off-kilter storytelling. With music by Vito Dieterle, Eben Levy, and Ian Riggs performed by a quartet, The Outer Space follows a married couple as they leave the noise, pollution, and overpriced rents of Earth for the vast beauty and treacherous terrain of the final frontier. But can they survive the journey? Tony Award nominee Leigh Silverman (Violet) directs this out-of-this-world musical about the sacrifices we make for sustainable living and love.
Each year, more than 250 individuals come together to support Performance Space 122 and celebrate iconic leaders from the arts sector. This year, PS122's spring gala honors Alan Cumming, awards a shining star to Ben Rodríguez-Cubeñas, and welcomes executive artistic director Jenny Schlenzka.
Cumming's career as a director, writer, performer, and producer is the exemplification of the spirit of curiosity and engagement that PS122 champions. He has also demonstrated a deep commitment to raising awareness of social issues, including LGBTQ rights and AIDS. He is a true inspiration for artists in New York City and around the world and a remarkable example of the type of artist whom PS122 has always striven to advance.
The gala highlights and celebrates PS122's important history as a haven for artistic expression during the culture wars and AIDS crisis of the 1980s and '90s. The evening's emcee is celebrated choreographer and director Jack Ferver. The event features remarks and performances by singer-songwriter and performance artist Justin Vivian Bond, choreographer and arts advocate Ishmael Houston-Jones, Emmy Award-winning composer, lyricist, and performer Lance Horne, cabaret star and DJ Amber Martin, and singer and comedian Erin Markey.
Continuing this season's exploration of radical movements in American history, Public Forum welcomes prominent figures in the LGBT community to discuss the past, present, and future of the fight for gay rights.
Public Forum takes over Joe's Pub for a four-night series of conversations about the art of songwriting. Director of Public Forum Michael Friedman will sit down with exciting and unexpected pairing of musicians and songwriters from all genres to discuss what it is that they do when they write a song – and how they make their own particular brand of magic.
The Public Theater continues its season-long exploration of radical protest movements in America with a look at the past, present, and future of radical feminism. This event is hosted by Rebecca Traister.
Part tour and part show, The Ride is a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience that turns the streets of New York City into a stage. With stadium seating, 40 monitors, 3,000 LED lights, and surround sound, The Ride is the world's only moving theater. Its ensemble cast of singers, dancers, musicians, actors, and comedians appear along a 75-minute journey through Times Square and midtown Manhattan. These performers interact with RIDErs, engaging them through quizzes, facts, and shout-outs. At the same time, the RIDErs, who face sideways out of floor-to-ceiling glass windows, see Manhattan's iconic landmarks emerge in panoramic and vertical views. Students, adults, and seniors share this unforgettable NYC experience.
Broadway vets and good friends Roger Bart, Kerry Butler, Kevin Chamberlin, and Seth Rudetsky team up for an all-comedy evening of music and Broadway stories. The show features Seth Rudetsky doing his classic Broadway deconstructions, Kevin Chamberlin re-creating Seussical's Horton the Elephant, Kerry Butler being Hairspray's Penny Singleton once more, and Roger Bart showing audience members why he won a Tony Award for playing Snoopy! But wait, there's more...tunes from Little Shop of Horrors, The Producers, A Day in Hollywood, and of course, the musical they recently all did together on Broadway: Disaster! Come for the laughter and Broadway hit songs; stay for the classic story about Kevin's kidney stone during Seussical.
The original NYC dueling pianos show! An all request, rock n roll party featuring two of the top piano entertainers on the East Coast. Come singalong, dancealong, drinkalong and laughalong with all your favorite songs. A four hour, nonstop interactive show with roasts, games, toasts, shot giveaways and much more! From Billy Joel to Bon Jovi to Britney Spears, anything goes. For groups of 2, 20 or 200, bring your birthdays, bachelorettes and special occasions to Dueling Pianos!
The internationally acclaimed Shaolin Warriors are returning to Lehman Center with a brand-new show, Return of the Master, before embarking on a world tour. This breathtaking, theatrical kung fu show continues the story of the warrior and vividly depicts rarely seen feats of agility, strength, and skill that employ Buddhist meditation and rigorous martial arts training. The show is an extravaganza with gorgeous scenery, atmospheric music, beautiful lights, and hundreds of costumes.
This OpenICE spring awakening features a multitude of premieres by Chaya Czernowin, Mario Diaz de Leon, and Helmut Lachenmann, along with commission workshops and new works by Sabrina Schroeder and Wojtek Blecharz. The acclaimed Ensemble Itinéraire joins ICE from Paris to collaborate on this weekend of free presented events.
The International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) is an artist collective committed to transforming the way music is created and experienced. As performers, curators, and educators, ensemble members explore how new music intersects with communities across the world. ICE's 35 members are featured as soloists, chamber musicians, commissioners, and collaborators with the foremost musical artists of our time. Emerging composers have anchored ICE's programming since its founding in 2001, and the group's recordings and digital platforms highlight the many voices that weave music's present.
Climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world's largest cathedral. Get a close look at the magnificent stained glass windows and study the grand architecture of the nave while standing on a buttress. The tour culminates on the roof with a wonderful view of the Morningside Heights area of Manhattan. Space is limited to 20 people 12 years of age and older, and reservations are recommended.
New York's Busiest Comedy Club located in the Heart of Times Square.
All shows are 90 minutes long and feature 4-5 Comics + your Host (Featured Talent seen on MTV, Vh1, BET, Comedy Central and comedy clubs across the country).
Nightly Showtimes: 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 (& 1:15am Friday and Saturday Nights Only)"
Chicago's Ballet 5:8 presents The Stor(ies) of You and Me, featuring five works that explore love, the power of words, unexpected joy, perspectives, and the stories of everyday people. Choreography by Ballet 5:8 artistic director Julianna Slager and former Houston Ballet dancer Caleb Mitchell. Audience members have called the performance "an enchanting evening" and "so moving as to bring tears."
Also featuring guest performances by Vivid Ballet and Awakening Movement.
Igor Stravinsky's Faustian tale pits a deserted soldier against the devil himself in a battle for love, art, and the soldier's soul. Written while exiled in Switzerland during World War I, L'Histoire du Soldat finds Stravinsky moving away from his Russian traditionalism to embrace the new world of jazz—resulting in an economical theater work that merges acting, dancing, and a septet of seemingly disparate instruments.
Broadway Chamber Players presents its first multidisciplinary program, bringing together some of the Theater District's finest artists, who can currently be seen nightly in The Lion King, The King and I, Finding Neverland, Les Misérables, and more!
Featuring former members of Broadway's hit musical, Beatlemania, Strawberry Fields is a look-a-like, sound-a-like Beatles tribute, dedicated to bringing audiences as close to a real Beatles concert as possible. They take you on a Magical Mystery Tour, beginning in 1964 complete with mop top hair, black suits with thin ties & the 1st four albums of music. Next stop, 1967, features the psychedelic era of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album with all the costumes & jackets on the album cover. The last stop includes: The White Album, Abbey Road & Let It Be.
Based on the beloved series of novels by Armistead Maupin, Tales of the City follows a community of friends, lovers, and others who reside at the mythical address of 28 Barbary Lane in 1976 San Francisco. Mary Ann Singleton (Betsy Wolfe), a fresh arrival from Ohio, falls into a diverse band of bohemians and blue-bloods as families are created and rediscovered under the watchful eye of mystical landlady Anna Madrigal (Justin Vivian Bond). With a rocking score by the Grammy Award-nominated Scissor Sisters' Jake Shears and John Garden, and a book by Tony winner Jeff Whitty, this musical is making its New York City debut in concert format. The performance is a benefit show whose proceeds will go to the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and the Trevor Project, which is the only accredited national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning young people under the age of 25.
Then She Fell is an immersive, multisensory experience in which audience members explore a dreamlike world. Every alcove, corner, and corridor of it has been transformed into lushly designed performance space. Inspired by the life and writings of Lewis Carroll (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland), Then She Fell offers an Alice-like experience to audience members as they explore rooms, often by themselves, in order to discover hidden scenes; encounter performers one-on-one; unearth clues that illuminate a shrouded history; use skeleton keys to gain access to guarded secrets; and imbibe elixirs custom-designed by one of New York City's foremost mixologists.
This theater experience is directed, designed, written, and choreographed by Zach Morris, Tom Pearson, and Jennine Willett in collaboration with original cast members. Its venue is The Kingsland Ward at St. John's, a century-old institutional building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where the action plays out on three floors.
Note: Because of the immersive nature of this piece, audiences may be standing for significant periods of time over the course of the performance. Attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes.
Sometimes it's good to have a good laugh. But others it's even better to have a good scare. That's where Times Scare's Haunted House comes in. We're far too accustomed to enjoy haunted houses only when Halloween comes around. But throughout the year we're constantly seeking the same thrill, and the neighborhood bar certainly isn't going to cut it. The Haunted House at Times Scare is one experience that constantly keeps locals and visitors alike coming back for more. Just when you think you may know what lurks around the corner, there's always an even bigger surprise in store the next time you visit. Some of the most talented actors in the city are a part of this experience, and trust us when we say this, they're just dying to scare you.
Forty-five years after its original release, The Who's album Tommy — a classic rock classic — gets a bluegrass tribute. Composed as a rock opera by guitarist Pete Townshend, Tommy presents the life experience of a deaf, blind, and mute boy, including his relationship with his family. Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry, an all-acoustic rendition of the album, reinvents the original while also respecting it. Conceived and produced by SXSW cofounder and longtime musician Louis Jay Meyers, the revamped album features The HillBenders, a bluegrass band based in Springfield, Missouri.
Top of the Rock is an experience in history and scenery that culminates with unparalleled views of New York City from the newly opened Observation Deck on the 70th floor of 30 Rockefeller Center, in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Visit during the day to see the splendor of the city unfold beneath you or visit at night and see the city sparkle.
There's a certain peace at 70 stories above the city, and Top of the Rock Observation Deck was conceived with the express purpose of keeping that peace uninterrupted. Panels of fully transparent safety glass -- the only thing between visitors and the city -- are crystal clear for unobstructed, open-air viewing. A reserved-ticketing system is designed to ensure the deck is easily accessible and the experience is always amazing.
The view itself is unique and astonishing. Unobstructed for 360 degrees from the 70th floor, the breathtaking landscape stretches for miles in every direction. It includes a panorama of Central Park and the northern half of Manhattan that cannot be found anywhere else. New York's other landmarks are visible as well, including the Chrysler Building, Times Square, the Hudson River, the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Statue of Liberty. It is, quite simply, the most spectacular view in New York City.
Top of the Rock Observation Deck, open 365 days a year, is the ideal perch to watch the seasons unfold or simply to take in an amazing sunset.
DESIGNED FOR GUESTS OF EVERY AGE
HOURS OF OPERATION: 8:00 a.m. to midnight, 365 days a year with the last elevator going up at 11 p.m.
This one-woman show presents the story of Harriet Tubman reimagined as a young woman growing up in Harlem through a theatrical lens. Harriet Tubman is a heroine and American legend in her own right. This multidisciplinary performance takes the story of Harriet in the 19th century and places her in the 21st century, laced with the problems facing African-American youth all over the country. What would happen if a young woman like Harriet became a leader in this new world? Would her struggle be the same? Would she know her power?
NYC-Urbana hosts Urbana Poetry Slam, weekly poetry slams at the Bowery Poetry Club. NYC-Urbana is a quirky and eccentric series, and even though they've featured some of the biggest names in poetry - Billy Collins, Patricia Smith, Galway Kinnell, Saul Williams, and almost every national slam champion - they remain warm and welcoming for all kinds of poetic voices: political, confessional, musical, and spiritual. The series has actually won the national poetry slam championship a record three times (1997, 2000, 2002.
The illustrious group of child musicians has been delighting music lovers across the globe for six centuries with their purity of tone, distinctive charm and popular repertoire. Christmas in Vienna showcases these gifted musicians in an extraordinary program featuring Austrian folk songs, classical masterpieces, and holiday favorites.
DCINY presents a world premiere tango choral work: Tango Credo. The piece is composed by Argentinean Martin Palmieri and conducted by Argentinean-born maestro Saul Zaks. Also? Jonathan Griffith, DCINY artistic director and principal conductor, will conduct Misa Criolla by Ariel Ramirez, the world's chief exponent of Argentine folk music. Both performances will feature the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International.
The stories of Times Square, the infamous tales and the backstage secrets, are shared by our talented Walkin' Broadway Guides (when they are not working in a theater themselves!) The unique aspect of Walkin' Broadway - an Official Times Square Walking Tour is the voices of the very stars and personalities that have created your favorite shows. Over 40 famous personalities - including producers, actors, directors, designers, theater owners, and industry specialists - are woven into the tour. In addition to the magical voices that whisper secrets into your ears, you'll also hear music of Broadway shows. It will send chills down your spine and make you dance down the street!
Discover the secrets of your favorite neighborhood or museum on a Watson Adventures Scavenger Hunt. You won't be collecting objects (put back that statue!) but searching for answers to tricky and humorous questions. You can decipher a message in the sky in Central Park, find out what to do with a "fun goon" in Chinatown, track ghosts in Greenwich Village, solve a murder mystery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and much more. No knowledge of any hunt location is required — you just need a sharp mind and a good pair of shoes.
Works & Process at the Guggenheim is pleased to announce its spring 2017 season. Since 1984, the performing arts series has championed new works and offered audiences unprecedented access to leading creators and performers. Each intimate, 80-minute performance combines artistic creation with stimulating conversation, and takes place in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed, 285-seat Peter B. Lewis Theater. Among this season's events are the following...
- February 27: a discussion with playwright Zayd Dohrn and director Kip Fagan on the creation of The Profane. Members of the cast will perform excerpts from Dohrn's sharp and timely tale about Raif Almedin. Safe in the liberal fortress of Manhattan, Almedin is a first-generation immigrant who prides himself on his modern, enlightened views. But when his daughter falls for the son of a conservative Muslim family, two households are forced to confront each other's religious beliefs and cultural traditions, and to face their own deep-seated prejudice.
- March 5: a discussion with Canadian writer duo Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Tony-nominated choreographer Kelly Devine, and Tony-nominated director Christopher Ashley on the creative process behind the new musical Come From Away. Members of the cast will perform highlights from the show.
- March 6: a discussion with Oslo playwright J.T. Rogers and director Bartlett Sher prior to the show's Broadway premiere. Excerpts from the play will be performed by members of the cast.
Join The New York Pops in a tribute to the soundtrack of a generation, inspired by the music of James Taylor, Carole King, and more.
YPHIL - International Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off Seven Epic Concerts with the Play for Peace Concert. The program for this very first concert of YPHIL's will include the World Premiere of Faruk Kanca's Ornament Overture, orchestra participant Yigit Karatas performing Édouard Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole, Op. 21, and famous cellist Gjilberta Luca soloing in the American Première of Nimrod Borenstein's Concerto for Violoncello and String Orchestra, Op. 56B. The evening will be conducted by Peter Breiner and will include blended Western and Eastern music traditions, adding ethnic instruments to symphony orchestra. Unique traditional instruments from Tunisia, South Africa, Korea, Turkey, Columbia, Nicaragua, and many more, will be heard along with violins, drums and piano.