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Items Tagged Location: East Village

The Downtown Urban Arts Festival brings six weeks of multi-disciplinary cultural offerings to lower Manhattan, including theater, film, music and poetry. We caught up with two theater artists whose work will be shown at Joe’s Pub at The Public in Apr …Read more

Onomatopoeia Theatre Company’s Of Mice and Men is a great production whether you know Steinbeck’s work by heart or are learning about it for the very first time. It is true to the text and conveys the complexity of men’s friendships in a way rarely s …Read more

Four sets of people live out their lives in the same country house but in different time periods. Talking Band’s The Room Sings, written and directed by Paul Zimet with music composed by Ellen Maddow, is a patchwork of familiar stories about family, …Read more

Every time Henri speaks in The View UpStairs, the world stops to listen. Not only because she is the woman running the bar where the show takes place, but also because she is played by the incredible Frenchie Davis whose voice has always demanded we …Read more

In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, Tennessee Williams’s 1969 one-act (two scene) play, is such a dark, bitter work that it would seem wrong to call seeing it a “rare treat.” But the current production (at the tiny 292 Theatre in the East Village) will be a …Read more

Gay Marshall is the resident expert on Edith Piaf. Resident of where? Hmmm… New York for certain. Perhaps worldwide. For several years she’s put on terrific Cabaret shows based on Piaf that doesn’t copy the French chanteuse, but exudes a love and pas …Read more

There are people who wait for the world to give permission to create, and there are some people who create the world. Chelsea Ainsworth, Kyle Netzeband and Adrian Rosas are people who, together with their constantly growing community of artists, crea …Read more

LABAlive presents LABAlive Two: Others on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7:30pm in the Theater at the 14th Street Y for an evening of literature, dance, theatre, and subversive teachings exploring the theme of OTHER. The evening will feature teachings b …Read more

“A Chorus Line for Foodies” is an apt description of Cuisine & Confessions, a New York premiere by the Montreal-based circus The 7 Fingers (Les 7 Doigts, the company behind the Tony Award- winning Pippin), running April 11 – 16 at NYU Skirball. C …Read more

Judas Iscariot is one of history’s greatest ciphers: no one seems to know what to make of him, and the Biblical portrait of the infamous traitor leaves many questions unanswered. In The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis pro …Read more

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