Open: 10/21/15- Close: 01/10/16
Big Apple Circus Returns to Lincoln Center with the World Premiere of The Grand Tour|
Big Apple Circus Returns to Lincoln Center with the World Premiere of The Grand Tour October 21, 2015 – January 10, 2016 New York, NY (August 31, 2015) – Big Apple Circus returns to the Big Top at Lincoln Center for the company’s 38th season with the World Premiere of its all-new show, The Grand Tour! Tickets start at $25, and the show runs from October 21, 2015 to January 10, 2016. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.bigapplecircus.org. The Grand Tour transports audiences to the Roaring 1920s, the advent of the modern travel era, when the most adventuresome began to tour the world in ships, planes, trains, and automobiles. With every seat less than 50 feet from the stage, audiences will be awed by the world-class entertainers as they perform breathtaking acts from the four corners of the globe.
Lincoln Center : 10 Lincoln Plaza
Open: 12/03/15- Close: 12/19/15
DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD|
DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD
BY BERT V. ROYAL
Directed By: Chris Rivera & Bloo Rodriguez
Stage Manager: Emily Thaler
"Dear Pen Pal, I know it's been a few years since I last wrote you. I hope you're still there. I'm not sure you ever were."
After every Thursday and Saturday performance of The Bacchae, Queens Shakespeare will be presenting a special benefit performance of Burt V. Royal’s Dog sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. Half of all proceeds will benefit The Trevor Project, the leading national organization focused on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.
Co-Directors Chris Rivera (Director of 2014’s critically acclaimed Romeo & Juliet and our smash hit production of Julius Caesar earlier this season) and Bloo Rodriguez (Assistance Director of Julius Caesar and Assistant
John DeSotelle Studio : 300 West 43rd Street
Open: / / - Close: Open Run
ERYC TAYLOR DANCE TO PRESENT U.S. PREMIERE OF THE EXHIBIT|
Eryc Taylor Dance will present the U.S. premiere of The Exhibit, five contemporary dance works choreographed by Eryc Taylor in collaboration with company members, running for six performances, October 15 – 18, 2015 at The Alchemical Theatre Laboratory, 104 W. 14th Street. The pieces will be performed consecutively in one large performance space; the audience will be seated intimately around the dancers, within steps of the performance. The Exhibit features company members Jessica Aronoff, Caroline Brethenoux, Jessica Featherson, Dafni Mari, Jesus Olivera, Timothy Patterson and Camille Workman. The Exhibit premiered last month at the Festival Internacional de Danza Contemporánea Avant Garde in Mexico, garnering rave reviews and playing to cheers and standing ovations.
Alchemical Theatre Laboratory : 104 W 14th Street
Open: 10/27/15- Close: 12/22/15
Come in out of the cold and enter into the darkness of The Sanctuary, where, lit by flickering candlelight, the award-winning, critically acclaimed Radiotheatre ... now in its 11th Year... presents its ever-changing repertoire of terror tales guaranteed to raise the hair on the back of your neck and chill the marrow in your bones! Complete with its stellar cast, original orchestral scores and a plethora of sound FX! Just bring your imagination! OCT 27, 30 - BERENICE, THE SCREAMING SKULL, THE CURSE OF YIG NOV 10, 24 - MORELLA, FROM BEYOND, TERROR ISLAND DEC 1, 15, 22 - THE BIRDS, THE MONKEY'S PAW, THE DEMON LOVER, ALL SOULS EVE
St. John's Lutheran Church : 155 Milton St.
Open: 12/04/15- Close: 12/20/15
“Men aren’t afraid of dying, but they are afraid of not being remembered…”
Over the course of a parent/teacher conference, a grieving mother and an emotionally overwhelmed primary school teacher have a fraught conversation about the tragic suicide of the mother's son, Gidion. Gidion may have been bullied severely—or he may have been an abuser. As his story is slowly uncovered, the women try to reconstruct a satisfying explanation for Gidion's act and come to terms with excruciating feelings of culpability.
Playing in rotating repertory with THE PILLOWMAN, the darkly humorous drama by Martin McDonagh.
CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM:
Direction by Brandon Walker. Assistant Direction and Stage Management by Candice Oden. Lighting Design by Duane Pagano.
Clarion Theatre : 309 East 26th Street
Open: 12/03/15- Close: 12/19/15
HOW TO GET INTO BUILDINGS|
HOW TO GET INTO BUILDINGS takes an exploded view of love, in which confusion blends with confidence, time keeps shifting, amateurs are experts, and brunch can be fatal.
As a blueprint for her play, Harnetiaux used the structure of exploded view: an illustration or diagram used in manuals (for lawnmowers, bicycles, computers) that shows an object’s parts apart from the whole, but in positions that indicate their relationship to it. Roger and Lucy meet in a convention hall, Daphne and Nick break down at a diner, their stories intertwine as the play swirls around you, rotating on its axis, to articulate the experience of love, with its alternating moments of intimacy and isolation.
Coming off of their Obie Award winning production of A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Great Lakes at City Center in January and the critically acclaimed Heartbreak at The Bushwick Starr in
The Brick Theater : 579 Metropolitan Ave
Open: / / - Close: Open Run
How to Write a Musical that Works!|
Theater Resources Unlimited presents TRU Beginnings: Opportunities for Early Development How to Write a Musical that Works! Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 10am Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) presents the first of three TRU Beginnings: How to Write a Musical that Works! feedback workshops on Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 10am at NOLA Studios 250 W. 54th St., 11th Fl., NYC. Submission DEADLINE: Friday October 9, 2015. This is a unique 3-part workshop for writers, directors and producers exploring the traditional structure and dynamic interplay of an effective libretto and score. We will examine successful musicals, discuss basic dramaturgical principals and why they work, and hear presentations of submitted new works and works-in-progress.
NOLA Studios : 250 W. 54th St.