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Bread and Puppet Theater in NYC One Night Only!
The Public Access Center for the Obvious Presents: The Situation" is a new work written and directed by founder Peter Schumann. This musical and dark clown-show features cardboard horses, an anti-extinction angel, proletariat broom dancers, a swinging brass band, a ship of fools, and a 100 watt lightbulb, : all of whom are urging the Not-Yet-Existing-Upriser-Masses into eality.
Brass band dance party to follow!
In this pitch-black comic thriller written by Julia Jarcho and directed by Knud Adams, three American coeds are recruited to serve their country undercover in Berlin, and have the time of their lives. Years later, they are forced to contend with what they really did, who they became and where to go from here. Cupcake Wars meets Marathon Man.
She wants to get married. He gives her a ring. But it's a friendship ring. What should she do?
Eccentric, satirical, and fabulous, Gorey (1925-2000) enraptured readers with his darkly subversive and delightful pen-and-ink drawings and cryptic children's stories about adult subjects: death, love, joy, strangeness, and loss. During his lifetime, Gorey authored over 100 works including The Gashlycrumb Tinies, The Doubtful Guest, and The Unstrung Harp – all of which are creatively referenced throughout this play.
Gorey: The Secret Lives of Edward Gorey is an introspective study that fuses fact and fiction using lush projections and inventive storytelling. Gorey investigates the artist's dark imagination, his personal demons, and the heartbreaking loneliness of creative genius. The result is a compelling collection of fragmented memories that are lyrical, revealing, and often funny.
After centuries of performances and countless adaptations of this iconic work, what remains is a vision of Hamlet that has never been seen before and never will again.
She works, that's her love. Until she meets a man who looks familiar. Who is he?
Locked In The Attic Productions presents an original Seanie Sugrue play performed in three acts!
A paralytic presentation of murder, deceit and sexism. This series of stories, akin with a thin thread of correlation, attempt to prove whether its title holds true, that Love Is Dead!
In Material Witness, Spiderwoman Theater, regarded as one the most influential Native theatre companies "in the history of the country" (Oskar Eustis, Public Theater), turns their "story-weaving" dance-theatre to issues of violence against women in Indigenous communities. Weaving together the real-life experiences of a multigenerational cast that also includes Native actors from Canada, the collaborative piece celebrates courage and generates healing. Stalwarts of the downtown performance scene, Spiderwoman, cited for their "rollicking humor" by The New York Times, are marking their 40th anniversary.
ONE MONDAY A MONTH! Tickets on sale the first of every month.
For the first time ever, every play George Bernard Shaw ever wrote for the stage will be presented to New York audiences. Every sketch, full-length and one-act play will be performed as a concert reading. Eager Shavians will be gathering for this unique event, one Monday a month, at New York's legendary Players Club. Each month, a specially assembled, star-studded cast will present a different play, many of which have never before been performed in New York City. This series is being produced and directed by David Staller.
Repertorio Español presents a rotating repertory of plays in Spanish from the most recognized contemporary and classic playwrights. In addition, Repertorio presents the best in Spanish and Flamenco dance. All plays are presented in Spanish with live simultaneous translation to English via wireless headsets.
Based on eight stories from the latest anthology by award-winning Israeli author and filmmaker Etgar Keret, this play is a celebration of storytelling and the magic of art—an ensemble piece written for six actors & two musicians playing over thirty roles. It is a comic drama of a modern writer weaving extra-ordinary tales in the middle of Tel Aviv. Here stories are the currency, a matter of life and death. The stories make us real and teach us (with a nod to Scheherazade) how to face the difficulties of life—from the absurd to the unbearable—without resorting to violence or abusing your power.
An ambitious regionally-syndicated cartoonist gets good news (she's a finalist for an award!) and bad news (her daughter did something very, very terrible). Life and comic strip, hilarity and pain converge, then rupture. Inspired by the funnies, Richie Rich, and the Egyptian Book of the Dead.
Once again, the citizens of a frontier outpost are looking for someone to rescue them from the terrors of the local villain. Have they met their salvation--or an even bigger tyrant--when a fiend from the past comes to town? Jonathan Richman meets Jon Stewart meets John Ford in this Western comedy with music.