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An immersive experience: Only 20 audience members per show. Lie down for projected videos and uncommon intimacy. Animation plays a dreamscape overhead as this psychologist and Virginia Woolf scholar tells a story of love, betrayal, redemption, and...marrying a man just like Daddy.
At The Flash is a mind-bending, multi-character history of a gay bar seen through the experiences of five specific, yet universal characters whose stories ricochet and collide through a whirlwind of interwoven scenes spanning five eras of gay history.
You can't sleep. The hallway closet towels: uneven. Your hand: strangely elongated. A car could trample that bottle curbside. Showering jagged glass shards everywhere – shouldn't you call someone? One person's hysterical horror ride through the misfiring synapses of OCD.
One woman. 25 characters. All inside a cupboard! The doors open to reveal: a drunken couple in Vegas, a lonely Giantess, the entire Greek Army inside the Trojan Horse, & more! The space is limited, but the comedic possibilities are endless...
A comedic glimpse into 35 years behind the wheel of a NYC yellow taxi, and the political activism and reality show antics that followed. Multimedia storytelling in the finest Irish tradition with a New York City edge - laugh until you cry.
Award-winning lyricist Gaby Gold's mother - once-accompanied by Barry (Manilow) - trades her glamorous cabaret life for parenting. When near-tragedy threatens Gaby's infant son, she explores the chaos, hysteria and love of motherhood through original songs, stories...and rap.
A writer learns: Freedom is a Bitch. Seeking meaning, he leaves his family, career and...gets mugged by geese. Struggles with homelessness, loss, love and the 1%. After years of searching: is there redemption?
Emerging Artists presents a hilarious journey of one man's dealings with the dirty secrets of apt dwellers in NYC. A wild ride with original musical numbers that give you a voyeuristic view of what lies behind their doors.
If the world worked the way Kaytlin's father thought it did, she would be dead. But she isn't dead. Kaytlin began having sex for money in high school. No bills & no drug habit, just arrogant curiosity. This is her story.
June is an eccentric New York opera singer. Once celebrated, she's down on her luck. Agorophobic and unable to leave her apartment, she turns to her booze, her pills, her dead stuffed cat and her trusty vibrator Mr. Buzzy for solace.
War-torn Berlin, 1914, ambitious young scientist Albert Einstein awaits news from a solar eclipse that will finally prove his controversial Theory of General Relativity. Instead, Einstein is sent sideways in a spiral vortex due to professional and personal life disintegration.
Meet Jenny, an everyday princess on a quest to become a queen with a throne of her own. A ritualistic, modern fairytale charting her journey to confirm her right to existence in a world that tells women to be less.
A film producer's life goes off-script when her son is diagnosed with autism, her mother insists she iron her husband's shirts, and her hair catches fire! Doreen's story about accepting those you love, even when they're not what you expected.
A love letter to his late father, the owner of "Sid King's Crazy Horse Bar", Mike King reminisces about his life in dentistry, stand-up comedy, and growing up as the son of the infamous Sid King, "The Sultan of Striptease".
Due to popular demand for summer action-movie/Shakespeare mash-ups, Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet as Performed by David Carl extends its critically acclaimed run into June and July with five additional performances 10:30 p.m. Saturdays June 4 & 25; 9 p.m. Thursday, June 30 & Saturdays, July 9 & July 30. The New York Times recently called the show "deliciously deranged...a head-spinning performance!" The acclaimed production heads to the Chicago Shakespeare Theater in mid-July for the Shakespeare 400 celebrations.
As Shakespearean actor, puppeteer, singer and action-movie director, Gary Busey (played by New York actor-writer David Carl) performs each scene of Hamlet his own way, with occasional detours across Busey's IMDB page from Buddy Holly to Lethal Weapon. The heady mix of high and low-brow comedy celebrates Shakespeare's classic by using it to reflect upon the jaded, celebrity-crazed, meme-obsessed world around us.
What's it like to run away from a fundamentalist Christian cult with only a second grade education and a burning conviction that there must be something better out there? A stand-up comic's harrowing and hilarious true story of salvation.
Created and performed by Winsome Brown, Hit the Body Alarm is a solo performance event that blends the classic texts of John Milton's Lost Paradise and James Joyce with new, material that reflects the world we live in today by Ms. Brown and Mr. Rouse.
One-hour monologue. Behind a desk. It's smart. It's funny. And it's heartwarming. Join Carlos Dengler in an intimate setting as he talks about heavy metal, human origins, and his road from pizza delivery to rockstardom with the band Interpol.
The weaving of four generations of women: their choices, how one woman leads to another, and the links between them all. Told from the great-granddaughter's perspective as she searches for her connection to the past and the strength to move forward.
Violence, passion and faith catapult twelve uniquely spirited characters through the chaos of life (and death) in The City That Care Forgot. Pure, honest and as heart-warming as it is heart-breaking, Interludes reminds us what's worth dying for is worth living for.
January 31st, 2021: Enter Billy H. Tender, Canadian child-star. Billy's family has splintered; today, they'll need each other more than ever. After a sold-out premiere in Toronto, this virtuosic tragicomedy reckons with the cultural pandemic of superstardom.
Mickey Rooney's yellowface performance in Breakfast at Tiffany's is infamous for its lack of cultural sensitivity. But was there ever a way he could have pulled it off? An Asian actor tries to find out in this one man show.
Struggling against his father's wishes to become a lawyer, a young man journeys from Rio to NYC to make a case for his own destiny.
Officer Scott Baker hosts a town hall meeting to mend public relations after a series of 'viral videos' featuring law enforcement surface. This award winning satire takes you beyond the badge and into the life of one mixed-up cop.
Mike Schlitt wants to restore your faith in American Democracy. He claims he can do it in 47 minutes. Come celebrate American exceptionalism and limited attention spans, then activate your citizenship - join the "Raucous Caucus". Art! Advocacy! Action! (+ puppets)
Everybody poops. Brie just does it more than others. Join her as she relates some of the totally true funny, sad, mortifying, and disgusting moments she has dealt with as a sufferer of Ulcerative Colitis.
Summer 1966, an unknown protege sparked a new demand during the last great march of the Civil Rights Movement. That demand was for "POWER" and his name was Stokely Carmichael.
Pryor Truth, a one man show, is a celebration and introspection into the life and legend of comedian Richard Pryor. Pryor Truth gives us a raw moment with one of the artist's most beloved characters: Mudbone.
Staying focused is optional as one comedian looks inward. Meathead knights battle pervy senators to install songs and sketches on your heart. Binge TV, check your phone, and open endless tabs in this dazzling display of distraction.
After rejecting her Vietnamese identity, Kim travels to Vietnam, the birthplace of her father. As she discovers the beauty of her roots, she is forced to combat the demons of her past, and learn the power of forgiveness.
A struggling actor turns an NYC rent-controlled apartment into a lucrative AIRBNB scheme in this wild-but-TRUE one-man show. Watch Evan Zes portray 30 characters as they close in on him and threaten to ruin his life.
Richard III. An Audience. Anything can happen. What part will you play? Pushing the boundaries of Shakespearean performance, Brite Theater presents their multi-award-winning one-woman show in its US premiere.
An emotion packed theatre experience about life and times of Civil Rights Activist --William Edward Berghardt Du Bois, (1868-1963). This riveting drama takes us on an inspirational journey through Du Bois' life. A black American born 3 years after Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, he broke all boundaries: he was the first black student to graduate from Harvard, the first black Sociologist, he studied in Europe, ran for senator, co-founded the NAACP, participated in founding the United Nations, fought tirelessly for Civil Rights, and anti-lynching laws.