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There will be comedy, magic and mayhem as magician Randy Masters presents his Broadway Comedy Magic show for one performance only at Broadway Comedy Club. Randy combines comedy magic, mind reading, and audience-participation into a high-energy show that is appropriate for ages 6 to 106. The hour-long show includes illusions with cards, borrowed rings and money, ball bearings, billiard balls, balloons, wine bottles, rope, and even potatoes (don't ask). Randy will be keeping this clean as it's an all-ages family show. There will be magic for the kids and sleight of hand and mentalism for the adults.
When David is struck overnight by a mystery illness, a doctor orders him to relax: something he's never—ever—been able to do. In a zigzagging monologue, David attempts to conquer his debilitating tension, diving into a farce that audiences will find at turns familiar, funny, and delightfully weird.
Decent Company is a New York-based collective dedicated to the advancement of the theatrical writer/performer. The cornerstone of our work is our eponymous bimonthly showcase, featuring six new works written and performed by company members.
February's installment is about lust. We've got the true story of a boy losing his virginity to an Air Hogs pump, an anime fan enjoying an evening with his waifu, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sex dreams, memories of a perfectly wrong relationship, a burlesque extravaganza, and a special guest appearance by the god of lust himself.
In 400 years of Shakespeare, there's never been a night of Bard on the boards quite like Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet as Performed by David Carl.
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 way, with occasional detours into great Busey moments from Buddy Holly and 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.
Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet won the Outstanding Solo Performance Award at the New York Fringe in 2014, and received 5-star reviews at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
After a year of sold-out shows from NYC to London, musical theater fanatic, cruise ship performer and celebrity stalker Lance is back in NYC with 6 farewell shows featuring local celebs. As always, Lance has invited Cher, Liza Minnelli, Hugh Jackman, Gloria Estefan and Andrew Lloyd Webber to be guests on his makeshift talk show, but they've yet to confirm. However, an exciting roster of NYC stars HAVE confirmed their appearance on his Sunday night shows:
January 24: Sondheimas Producer David Levy
January 31: Fame & Broadway star Laura Dean
February 7: Chanteuse Extraordinaire Tammy Faye
February 14: All the Single Ladies Valentine's Show
February 21: YouTube Sensation Christina Bianco
February 28: TimeOut Critic Adam Feldman
Late with Lance! (written & performed by Peter Michael Marino) also features The Sound of Music performed in 5-minutes, an homage to Fame & West Side Story, and more ridiculous surprises. Lance has suffer
Using true stories from her life, Alicia Dattner outlines a recipe for disaster: take one virgin, two boyfriends, several dozen lovers, half a dysfunctional family, and one comedian. Bake 15 years, sprinkle a pinch of polyamory, serve hot, and voila! The result is this sizzling, breathtakingly funny show about love addiction directed by Tom Bentley-Fisher.
"Body! Why don't I recognize you? Why is everything changing?"
skinny crazy small is the chronicle of one quirky and strong-willed girl's battle with anorexia nervosa. Enlisting the help of famous women throughout history, all of whom suffered from either anorexia or bulimia themselves, the play's young protagonist challenges the stigmas and stereotypes that surround eating disorders.
Inspired by events in the life of creator and performer Sylvie Mae Baldwin, "skinny crazy small" sparks discussion and transports audience members unfamiliar with the disease to anorexia's frontlines.
"Baldwin's performance demonstrates her malleability," says The Daily. "She seamlessly transitions between different character roles and…does not hold back in her vulnerability." After a celebrated premiere in Seattle, WA last May, skinny crazy small takes the stage this April at NYC's Theaterlab.
All performances will be followed by a post-play discussion.
Nicole was six when her dad died. But she kept trying to get his attention in hopes he'd come back. Why So Much Shame? uses vivid storytelling to explore a child's unspoken grief, a woman's confrontation with the truth, and the powerful things that happen when we stop pretending.