April 21 @ 12:00pm - 8:00pmNew MuseumAttendance for this event is extremely limited and email confirmation is required. For further instructions, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject: “PM Final Action.”
On April 21, Public Movement will hold a private Debriefing Session, revealing key conflicts from the mission. As part of the preparations for “SALONS: Birthright Palestine?”
April 11 - 22 @ 1:00pm - 7:30pmLa MaMa E.T.C.SPACE, POWER, LIGHTING, ETC. is an exhibition of sculpture in the expanded field, organized by La MaMa and The School of Art at The Cooper Union, featuring work by students in Cooper Union’s schools of Art and Architecture:
DANIEL BOCCATO | SARAH CROWE | HARLEY GRIECO | DANIEL HALL CHRISTIAN HINCAPIE | KEVIN JONES | DIANA LOZANO | JESSICA ROBBINS LEX ROCINE | NATALIE SAVVA | LENA TAKAMORI | ALEX VELOZO MORGAN VO |ALICE YANG | JINJOO YANG | STEPHANIE YEE
Apr 19 - May 5, Wed - Sat @ 7:30pm, Sat Matinees @ 2:00pmFABnycChristopher Marlowe, poet and private eye, and his dame Daphne: they’re Hero and Leander via Bogart and Bacall, with a nod to Kurt and Courtney. A meditation on love and addiction; a theatrical mixtape; a dreamlike collage of language, ritual, and myth. Or, simply: an Elizabethan noir fairytale.
April 18 - 22, Wed & Thu @ 7:00 & 8:30pm, Fri & Sat @ 7:00pmLa MaMa E.T.C.Split Britches has been up and running along side and sometimes with La MaMa for 33 of her 50 years, reminding us of our shared histories and our equal stakes in the future. Events include performances by Stacy Makishi and Desiree Burch; a Retro-Perspective by Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw; a durational At Home with Weaver, Shaw and Deb Margolin as well as a Long Table on the Past and a Porch Meeting for the Future. List of Events.
Wednesday, March 14 - Sunday, June 10FABnycFourth Arts Block (FABnyc) presents Ordo Ab Chao by BEAU, as part of ArtUp, FABnyc’s rotating public art program. The outdoor component of the exhibition will feature a panoramic mixed-media mural mounted 14 feet above the sidewalk, on the ArtUp scaffolding bridge at the 70 East 4th Street Cultural Center. BEAU’s mural continues the artist’s ongoing examination into the seemingly chaotic systems of nature and mankind’s attempts to find order within these systems.
Apr 13 - 29, Thu - Sat @ 7:30pm, Sun @ 2:30pmLa MaMa E.T.C.Inspired by Aeschylus’ PROMETHEUS BOUND, Theodora Skipitares returns to the subject of medicine, with a look at stem cell science, genetic engineering, and organ theft. With a dazzling array of puppet styles and a bold use of scale, PROMETHEUS features live music composed by Sxip Shirey, multi-dimensional acrobatics by Jonathan Nosan in the title role, and video. PROMETHEUS asks the question: Whose body is it anyway?
Fridays & Saturdays, Apr 6 - 21 @ 7:30pmDixon PlaceCREATED AND PERFORMED BY JAMES GODWIN: A semi-autobiographical "mockumentary" from a puppetry and performance art pioneer. Lunatic Cunning mixes experiences from Godwin's own life-such as his work with Julie Taymor on Across the Universe and appearances on Saturday Night Live, Chappelle's Show, PBS and with Jim Henson's Muppets. It's a humorous examination of the occult roots of puppetry and performance art.
Tickets: $12 / $15 / $18
March 29-April 22, Thurs-Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pmDMACWhat do you get when you cross a chorizo factory with an escort service? A very satisfied customer. DMAC roars back with this new comedy in the style of Pedro Almodovar...turning back the clock to the glamour, glitter and glory hole days of downtown theater when all you needed to present a play was a refrigerator box, a feather boa and at least one mangina. Tickets: $5
April 5-28, Thurs-Sat @ 8:00pmHorse Trade Theater GroupIt’s a busy, happening Saturday night in the Big City, and everyone we know is having a party in their apartment. Apartments! Parties! People! Music! Dancing! Cell phones! Flashbulbs! Making Out! Longing. Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary is a stylish and romantic party play about a group of 30-somethings negotiating their way through the pitfalls of coupledom.
Apr 19 - May 5, Thu - Sat @ 8:00pm, Sun @ 3:00pmHorse Trade Theater GroupOur first two Lovecraft Festivals were a re- sounding success, nearly sold out, filled with Lovecraftians from all over the world! Join RadioTheatre as they continue to present for the first time ever in the history of LIVE theatre - forty of the greatest stories from the GrandMaster Of 20th Century American Horror - H.P. Lovecraft! PROGRAM A: The Curse of Yig - The ancient snake god seeks revenge. The Shadow Over Innsmouth - A man uncovers the secret of Innsmouth.
Apr 19 - May 5, Thu - Fri @ 8:00pm, Sun @ 3:00pmHorse Trade Theater GroupOur first two Lovecraft Festivals were a re- sounding success, nearly sold out, filled with Lovecraftians from all over the world! Join RadioTheatre as they continue to present for the first time ever in the history of LIVE theatre - forty of the greatest stories from the GrandMaster Of 20th Century American Horror - H.P. Lovecraft! PROGRAM B: The Lurking Fear - A man explores the legend of the mysterious Martense family. The Hound - Two grave robbers violate the grave of a sorcerer. The Rats In
Apr 12 - 29, Thu - Sat @ 8:00pm, Sun @ 3:00pm, Mon Apr 23 @ 7:00pmRed Fern Theatre CompanyTwo teens take on the real and imaginary monsters in their lives in this funny, compelling and unique theatrical journey through the treacherous worlds of virtual battlefields and real-life adolescence. Though their backgrounds couldn’t be more different, Eva Lucia Perez and Michael Meltzer forge an unexpected friendship when they meet as avatars in Eden, a fantasy realm in an online game.
April 13 - 22, Fri & Sat @ 8:00pm, Sun @ 6:00pmTeatro CirculoMedardo de Julio Ortega
A young poet is torn between the love of his life and the seduction of death.
A Kayros Theater Group & Golden King Production
Technical Director: José Rodríguez, Producer: Julio Ortega Reserve tickets: 347-801-3549 or 646-778-249
April 19 - 29, Fri - Sat @ 8:00pm, Sun @ 3:00pmWOW Cafe TheaterWhen Sean crashes an employee party at one of his father’s hotels, he meets Julie, a low-income hotel employee. Shortly thereafter, she agrees to go home with him, but they don’t get very far—on the way down, the elevator stops. Stuck, Julie and Sean contemplate getting help, but neither follows through. Their flirtations, digging questions and taunts, not to mention mounting sexual tension, culminate in two startling confessions, prompting Julie to make a bold, controversial d...
April 21 - May 20, Wed - Sat @ 8:00pm, Sun (& Sat 5/19) @ 3:00pmThe Metropolitan PlayhouseEdith Wharton's novel of Society heart and heartlessness, adapted with the author by the master of the turn-of-the-century stage, Clyde Fitch. Lily Bart is radiant, witty, and admired--but nearly destitute. Her refusal to marry without love or return 'favors' for the support of married men leaves her at the mercy of her friends...but friendship is a rare commodity in the vicious circus of the New York social set. Preview performances 4/21 - 4/27.
April 19 - 21 @ 8:00pmDanspace ProjectSoul Project is a dance piece conceived, directed, and performed by Amsterdam-based David Zambrano in collaboration with a talented international cast from across the globe. Featuring live recordings of soul music including Aretha Franklin, Ike & Tina Turner, Bettye Lavette, Gladys Knight & The Pips – dancers emerge, each following their own movement quest to embody the dance as deeply and powerfully as the singer reveals the song.
April 13 - 29, Fri & Sat @ 10:00pm, Sun @ 5:30pmLa MaMa E.T.C.Archetypal waif Poor Baby Bree (Bree Benton) performs fifteen obscure songs from the golden age of vaudeville (1890s-1930s) in this tragicomic story, inspired by Victorian melodrama and early cinema, of a child tempted from Home and Mother by dreams of the circus, only to face disillusionment, homesickness, and her own lost innocence in the Big City.
Fridays & Saturdays @ 10:30pmThe New York Neo-FuturistsOur show is an ever-changing attempt to perform 30 plays in 60 minutes--an original concept by Greg Allen and the Neo-Futurists. The single unifying element of these plays is that they are performed from a perspective of absolute honesty. Each short play is written by a performer, honed by the ensemble, and randomly collaged with twenty-nine other plays through high energy audience participation.
Daily @ 10:30pmMind The Art EntertainmentImagine if you will a world unencumbered by the stress of decision-making, a world where you never have to wonder if you made the “right” decision. At pivotal moments in the play, the audience is called upon to break the fourth wall and roll the die on the protagonist’s behalf. Thanks to audience participation, George and his reclusive roommate Rob embark on a comical, strange, and seemingly unpredictable journey. Their fate… Your hands… Roll the DIE.
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