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A cheeky little time capsule from 1971, The Workshop Theater’s revival of Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone? provides glimpses of the loose, inventive spirit of the youthful Terrence McNally. It’s a play about America (and about New York City) at a time b …Read more


Writers thrive on stories. It doesn’t usually matter whether they are true or not. The consumer of the story is supposed to enjoy it either way. But what if a story, or even the threat of a story, could get you in trouble? Describe the Night, an epic …Read more


Nancy Buirski’s documentary The Rape of Recy Taylor (inspired by Danielle L. McGuire’s book At the Dark End of the Street) begins with the events of September 3rd, 1944 in Abbeville, Alabama, when Taylor, a 24-year-old black woman on her way home fro …Read more


The incredible story of a slave turned cowboy comes to life in Cross That River, a musical composed by jazz artist Allan Harris, with a book by Mr. Harris and Pat Harris, and directed by Regge Life. The show, performed concert-style at 59E59 Theaters …Read more


If you love ‘90s pop — and if you don’t, really, just get out — then you will probably have a super fun time at Cruel Intentions The Musical, a remake of the ’90s film adaptation of Dangerous Liaisons, full of fun high school sex and drama, at the ve …Read more


I, Tonya is a fun movie, and it knows it. Telling the story of disgraced Olympian figure skater, Tonya Harding, who was (debatably) complicit in the attack of her teammate Nancy Kerrigan in 1994, the new movie is told in a style that savages the four …Read more


The truth hurts as they say and the devastating verbatim play De Novo, which is the inaugural production at New York Theatre Workshop’s newly renovated Fourth Street Theater, had me tearing up a bit — actually, quite a lot. Fashioned from court tran …Read more


As you approach the stairs leading up to the immersive production of The Dead, 1904 — directed by Ciaran O’Reilly at the American Irish Historical Society — you’re met by Lily, the house-maid, suitably “run off her feet,” as in the opening words of …Read more


The highs are high and the lows are low, but what else is to be expected on the coke-fueled gay wedding weekend in Palm Springs? At the risk of being self-deprecating, Bright Colors and Bold Patterns doesn’t need my praise. Drew Droege’s one man show …Read more


If you’re looking for a delightful little Christmas show with a good dose of old-fashioned charm, the production of It’s a Wonderful Life currently playing at Irish Repertory Theatre fits that bill. Directed by the competent Charlotte Moore, this pro …Read more


About ten minutes into Who’s Holiday, the new holiday-centric solo show currently playing at the Westside Theatre through December 31st, a meek, demure Cindy Lou Who peers out at an older gentleman in the first few rows. “I’m sorry, sir,” she says, i …Read more


While many holiday albums are populated by fanciful snowmen, flying reindeer, and jolly old men, Loose Cattle’s Seasonal Affective Disorder features stories about people living different kinds of Christmases. In songs like the affecting “Please Daddy …Read more


While many holiday albums are populated by fanciful snowmen, flying reindeer, and jolly old men, Loose Cattle’s Seasonal Affective Disorder features stories about people living different kinds of Christmases. In songs like the affecting “Please Daddy …Read more


Downtown Jewish Life and the 14th Street Y present PAUSE/PLAY


Bidding is now open at www.nationalchorale50thanniversary.org



American Lyric Theater presented A Toast to Ten Years


Few living playwrights have the opportunity to have more than one of their works being produced in New York City at the same time; with productions of Actually at Manhattan Theatre Club, and The Last Match at Roundabout, Anna Ziegler joins a club tha …Read more


Teresa Fellion has quickly become a main player in the world of New York City contemporary dance. It is the way she tells a story that has made her work stand out amongst the thousand voices in movement-based performance art. Fellion shapes worlds th …Read more


“Love has many powers. If the love is true, it can cross the earth and withstand the storm.” With just one step into the Circle in the Square Theatre, you’re immediately immersed in the authenticity of this magical, mystical Caribbean island. As you …Read more


The city’s best purveyor of free theater is back and sharing its abundant wealth with the masses. The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit presents William Shakespeare’s romance The Winter’s Tale for a four-week run. Directed by Lee Sunday Evans, this bare-b …Read more


Ballet Hispánico presented its annual program at the Apollo Theater on December 1st and 2nd with three works embodying the strength of Latin culture. The evening began with a 1998 ballet by Ramon Oller, danced by the full company of 12 dancers. Bury …Read more


The capstone event of the REEEC symposium 10 days that shook the world is the Lyric Theatre at Illinois’ production From …Read more


Remember those lovely winter scenes and figurines you loved so much growing up? Puppeteer Lake Simons and composer John Dyer have brought them to life in Tree Pop, a delightful multidisciplinary show which combines puppetry, dance and live music. We …Read more


Portraits of the 14th Street Y, a series of photographs by Bridget Badore, will be shown at the 14th Street Y, 344 E. 14 …Read more


Tribal gangs may rule the mean streets of New York City but Mary Shannon, a drug addicted mother of two, rules the roost in Seth Zvi Rosenfeld’s gripping family drama, Downtown Race Riot. Based on true events, this retelling produced by The New Group …Read more


Celebrated tenor Amine J. Hachem will make his Carnegie Hall debut with A Middle Eastern Christmas: From the Mediterranean to the Americas on December 13. We asked him about the music he loves, his favorite Christmas traditions and getting to sing at …Read more


Beau Willimon, the writer and four-season showrunner of Netflix’s House of Cards, brings his signature brand of dark humor to a new politically-minded show, The Parisian Woman, just beginning a limited run at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre. Directed by Pa …Read more


The Theater at the 14th Street Y is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 Theater Season with a deadline of Decem …Read more


Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP) presents its first Live Stream Chamber Music Masterclass on Saturday, February 1 …Read more


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