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Open: / / - Close: Open Run 651 ARTS PRESENTS: CREATIVE OUTLET: AN ARTIST GROWS IN BROOKLYN
Creative Outlet celebrates 20 years of artistic excellence with a retrospective of their most acclaimed work. Director and founder, Jamel Gaines, has spent a lifetime cultivating students into dynamic artists who perform on stages around the world. Joining the program is his family of artists who represent some of the most lauded dancers of this generation. The performance includes five dance works with music by Roberta Flack, an all-male quartet, and movement inspired by the natural elements of Hurricane Katrina. Each performance begins with a special showing by current Creative Outlet students taking the stage.

 

Venue:
Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts : 1 University Plaza
Open: 02/21/07- Close: 02/24/07 Antichrist Lament
Antichrist Lament is the story of Issa Mohammed, a contemporary African-American poet, who is inadvertently arrested for conspiring to commit terrorist acts due to his connections with the New Harlem World Order (a radical reparations organization). Antichrist Lament celebrates the life and poetry of Issa Mohammed, and explores the questionable circumstances surrounding his murder while detained. Martyred after his death, he is portrayed as a modern day prophet and Messiah for people of African descent.
Venue:
Theatre Studio at BMCC : 199 Chambers Street
Open: 07/14/15- Close: 07/19/15 AN EVENING OF ONE ACTS: "THE EXHIBITION" AND "FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON"
     Flowers for Alergernon is the compelling story of Charlie Gordon, willing victim of a strange experiment - an intellectually disabled person, a genius, a man in search of himself. Poignant, funny, tragic, but with a hope for the indomitable spirit of man, this unusual play tells a story you will long remember.

 

     Subtitled "Scenes from the Life of John Merrick," The Exhibition details the crucial events in the life and death of England's famous "Elephant Man."  Centers on the interaction of two men; John Merrick (known as "The Elephant Man") and Sir Frederick Treves, the renowned physician who takes him under his protection.

Venue:
Bridge Theater at Shetler : 244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor
Open: 07/02/15- Close: 07/19/15 ARABERLIN
New York, NY – Horizon Theatre Rep (Rafael De Mussa, Artistic Director), the New York theater company dedicated to presenting seldom-produced masterpieces of world theatre, will stage the U.S. Premiere of Araberlin, a play about identity, by Tunisian playwright and actress Jalila Baccar at The 4th Street Theatre (83 East 4th Street – between 2nd Avenue & Bowery). Performances will begin on Thursday, July 2nd. Opening Night is set for Friday, July 3rd at 8pm. Performances will continue through July 19th.

When Mokhtar, an architecture student, disappears without a trace, his family and friends discover that he is suspected of belonging to a terrorist organization.

Venue:
4th Street Theatre : 83 East 4th Street
Open: 06/26/15- Close: 07/10/15 BLACK HOLE WEDDING
A new musical fueled by shimmying electrons, with script and lyrics by Katherine Brann Fredricks and script and music by Paul Edward Nelson.  Katherine Brann Fredricks directs a cast of eleven including Antonio Addeo*, Tommy Alsip*, Hadley Cronk*, Ashanti J’Aria*, David Marmanillo*, Meg McWhorter*, Rebecca Odorisio*, Aaron Riesebeck*, Ravi Roth*, Philip Jackson Smith*, and Wesley Tunison*.

Lying, stealing, forging, kidnapping, government-manipulating oil baron Dean captures and warehouses renewable energy discoveries.  Alpha-geek Raymond fights back with a black hole trash compactor.

Venue:
Paradise Factory : 64 East 4th Street
Open: 07/17/15- Close: 08/02/15 BOYS' LIFE
What happens when boys and girls don't do as they're told?

A bitingly funny postmodern comedy of manners, which follows the fortunes of a group of urban male "yuppies" as they attempt to come to terms with life. Produced with great critical and popular success by New York's prestigious Lincoln Center Theater.

Told in a series of fastpaced, sharply etched scenes, the play traces the misadventures of three former college buddies now seeking to make their way in the big city—and with various women of their acquaintance. There is the cynical Jack, who is already married More Information »

Venue:
Clarion Theatre : 309 East 26th Street
Open: / / - Close: Open Run CANTOR LOUIS MOSS MEMORIAL CONCERT
26th Anniversary Cantor Louis Moss Memorial Concert

Town and Village Synagogue

334 East 14th Street, NYC, NY

Saturday; Dec. 13, 2014, 7:30 PM

FEATURING:

Cantor Shayna Postman

The T&V Synagogue Choir

The T&V Junior Singers Children's Choir

with Pianist Cynthia Shaw

SPECIAL GUESTS:

Cantor Natasha Hirschhorn

Shirei Chesed Community Chorus

-Reception to follow-

ADMISSION:

$25 by Dec. 11; $30 at the door

College/Graduate: $10

Children 18 and under: FREE

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Venue:
13th Street Repertory : 50 W 13th Street
Open: / / - Close: Open Run Clinton The Musical
 New York: Clinton The Musical, the new headline making musical by Paul Hodge and Michael Hodge will begin its run on March 25, 2015. Directed and choreographed by Tony Award nominee Dan Knechtges, Clinton The Musical will open on April 9, 2015 at New World Stages (340 West 50 Street). Tickets are $75.00-$95.00 and can be purchased at Telecharge at 212.239.6200 or at www.telecharge.com.

 

If President William Jefferson Clinton behaved like two different people—one moment noble, the next naughty—that’s because he was!  Clinton The Musical explores the two very different sides of the 42nd President of the United States: “WJ,” (Tom

Venue:
New World Stages : 340 West 50th Street
Open: / / - Close: Open Run Downtown Urban Theater Festival
Downtown Urban Theater Festival (DUTF), now heading into its 12th season, will bring playwrights from across the United States to New York City for three weeks of new theatre at HERE’s Mainstage, April 2 to 19, 2014. Seventeen of America’s best emerging writers and theatrical visionaries will share their stories that interpret our history and our times through live performances fusing theatre, dance, music, media and visual arts. A special addition to this year’s festival will be the U.S. premiere of Two of Us, DUTF’s international selection from Romania.

The full schedule is listed below:

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 - 8:30pm
Toy Soldierz
by Javier Reyes (California)
Devon Johnson is gunned down while leaving his high school graduation party and wakes up in a coma state trapped between the afterlife and the still

Venue:
Here Arts Center : 145 Avenue of the Americas
Open: 12/15/13- Close: Open Run Handle With Care
 Handle With Care is the “utterly charming” new romantic comedy that tells the story of a young Israeli woman who reluctantly travels with her grandmother to America. Fate and hilarious circumstances bring together the young woman, who has little command of English, and a young American man with little command of romance.

Is their inevitable love an accident?

Or destiny generations in the making?

Venue:
Westside Theatre : 407 West 43rd
Open: 07/12/15- Close: 08/30/15 HAPPY 50ISH! THE MUSICAL
HAPPY50ish!, the mid-life crisis musical comedy will have its Off-Broadway premiere beginning Wednesday, July 15 at The Beckett Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) on Theatre Row. Created by Lynn Shore, Mark Vogel and David Burnham, and directed and choreographed by Paul Stancato, HAPPY 50ish! opens Sunday, July 26.  Previews run from July 15 through July 25 and the show will play a limited engagement through August 30. Performances are scheduled for Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. with matinees on Saturday at 2 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Tickets are $69.50 - $99.50 and are available through Telecharge at (212) 239-6200 or www.Telecharge.com.

Venue:
Beckett Theater - Theater Row : 410 W 42nd St
Open: / / - Close: Open Run House Of Carte Blanc
An evening of seduction, servants and a machete.

Zemwerk is delighted to present a full-bodied evening with the ever-sparkling Madam Carte Blanc and all those who surround her. A trilogy of one-act plays, supported by two monologues, all written by Stella Maria Perry, take us into a strange and terrible world. Join us on March 8th at the Producers Club Theatres in New York City. The one-acts have all had their own premiers but have never before been performed together.

First on the menu is "Carte Blanc", featuring the talented Schuyler Mastain (Polonius in "HMLT") as Amador, Sarah Davie as Libby, and Kendra Slack as Madam. "Carte Blanc" will be directed by Deborah Mangrum-Price. "Carte Blanc" was first produced at the Cabrini Repertory Theater in 2014.

Venue:
Producers' Club Theaters : 358 West 44th Street