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Open: 04/26/15- Close: 04/26/15 2015 CHOREOGRAPHERS CANVAS
Justin Boccitto and The Group Theatre Too present The Choreographer's Canvas, an annual event that takes place in both New York City and Nashville featuring the works of over fifteen cutting-edge choreographers from around the world selected by GTT's panel of dance professionals. See new original and traditional styles of choreography including tap, ballet, theatre dance, jazz, hip-hop, modern, lyrical and aerial dance in concert Off-Broadway. Experience the dance designs of established and emerging choreographers!

Manhattan Movement and Arts Center : 248 West 60th Street (between 10th
Open: 04/24/15- Close: 05/17/15 JARRING
Mason Holdings, a company dedicated to preservation of all kinds, will present Jarring, the first in a series of stories – “The Almost Lost” - that concern the lives (and deaths) of the unrecognized, unseen, unknown and unsung. Written and performed by Tracy Weller and directed by Kristjan Thor, this existential piece will be presented at 225 East Houston Street (@ Essex Street).  Performances will begin on Saturday, April 25th. Opening Night is set for Wednesday, April 29th at 8pm. Performances will continue through May 17th.

In Mason Holdings’ Jarring, we descend a rickety ladder to a tiny forgotten world filled with hundreds of Mason jars.

225 East Houston Street : 225 East Houston Street
Open: 04/30/15- Close: 04/30/15 LATE WITH LANCE!
Peter Michael Marino’s newest old creation is here. Meet Lance…delusional cruise ship entertainer, celebrity stalker and pathological musical theater fanatic. After a 15-year hiatus from the cabaret world, Lance is back in town with his own brand of variety talk show. He’s invited Liza Minnelli, Hugh Jackman and Miami Sound Machine to be on his show  - and that’s surely bound to happen!

Triple Crown Underground Theater : 330 7th Avenue
Open: 04/23/15- Close: 05/24/15 Nj Rep Presents The Realization Of Emily Linder
New Jersey Repertory Company, located at 179 Broadway in Long Branch, is proud to announce the World Premiere of The Realization of Emily Linder by Richard Strand, author of the Civil War drama Butler.

Everything may not always be as it appears in this comedic-drama about Emily, an eccentric, retired university professor, who has come to the “realization” that she knows the exact day that she will pass away. She gathers her two daughters to her side to inform them of her imminent demise and to give each explicit instructions and assignments to fulfill prior to her earthly departure. Emily, for the most part, is behind the wheel steering her own poignant journey in her life’s final mission, but an unexpected someone from her past emerges to divert her off course and places her in uncharted territory on the road to possible new discoveries.

New Jersey Repertory Company : 179 Broadway
Open: 04/27/15- Close: 04/27/15 PHARAOHS OF MEMPHIS
DAMN! Film Series presents the award-winning dance documentary PHARAOHS OF MEMPHIS and a post-screening dance performers by stars of the film Daniel Price and Ryan Haskett.

Jookin melds hip-hop with balletic grace. Pharaohs of Memphis is a heart-pumping, soulful documentary that is a love letter to Memphis and the creativity that city births. There are terrific interviews with and dance footage of Lil Buck, Phyouture (named one of the top 14 male dance performers of 2014 by the New York Times), Haskett and Price, to name a few. Stay and see a live dance performance after the screening. And, enjoy free delicious popcorn from More Information »

Theaterlab Annex : 79 Leonard Street
Open: 04/17/15- Close: 05/02/15 THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS
SONNET REPERTORY THEATRE is pleased to announce a hilarious new adaptation of Carlo Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters, with original music by Bandits on the Run and members of the company, adapted and directed by Nicolas Minas (Assistant Director Driving Miss Daisy on Broadway, Sweeney Todd Live at Lincoln Center). The Servant of Two Masters will play a limited engagement at Teatro LATEA (Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10002). Performances begin Friday, April 17 (Preview performance) and continue through Saturday, May 2. Opening Night is Saturday, April 18 (8 p.m.).


Teatro LATEA : 107 Suffolk Street - 2nd Floor
Open: 04/26/15- Close: 08/30/15 THUS SPOKE THE SPECTACLE
Thus Spoke the Spectacle deconstructs and reconfigures the massive onslaught of news, advertising, politics and entertainment into an edgy and highly entertaining transmedia rock experience.

Original live music, spoken word vocals, video and lights combine to tell the story of the mass media’s infiltration of every aspect of society.

About the Company: Horse Trade Theater Group

HORSE TRADE THEATER GROUP is a self-sustaining theater development group; with a focus on new work that has produced a massive quantity of stimulating downtown theater. Horse Trade’s Resident Artist Program offers a home to a select group of Independent theater artists, pooling together a great deal of talent and energy.

Kraine Theater : 85 East 4th Street
Open: 04/17/15- Close: 05/09/15 True Believer
A new play about identity, radicalism, and the passion of youth by Asa Merritt.  A young journalist returns from the Arab Spring hungry to build a more just society at home. Yet after she fails to publish her writing and can no longer relate to her apathetic peers, despondency sets in. Insomnia--a domestic terrorist group--reverses that. By recruiting her to write their manifestos they give her the agency she craves. Soon she is embroiled in an attack against her own country. As Insomnia moves closer and closer to taking action, a romance with another woman in the group, and a powerful conscience, threaten her commitment to the cause. Which will win out--her passion for people or her passion for justice?

Joshua Kahan Brody directs Kersti Bryan* in a solo performance with original live music

Theaterlab (on 36th Street) : 357 W 36th Street