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Open: 06/12/16- Close: 06/12/16 "My First"
This is a series of original visual theater presentations based on the theme “My First” written by developing playwrights and actors. What is visual theater? Visual theater is the application of unique communication to the audience members via either: musical, physical, projection (movie, slides) or verbal presentation such as; dance, drama, lighting, marionettes, masks, pantomime, puppetry, shadow puppetry, sound effects or toy theater. A Visual Theater presentation may combine applications such as, projection and live drama.

SUNDAY; JUNE 12, 2016, 3:00 PM

Dixon Place

161 A Chrystie Street

Between Rivington and Delancy Streets

Reception and Refreshments Will Follow

Admission is FREE!

Dixon Place : 161A Chrystie Street
Open: 07/19/16- Close: 08/28/16 CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
This summer, acclaimed theater director Aleksey Burago and The Russian Arts Theater and Studio continues its 2015-2016 season with Fyodor Dostoevsky's magnum opus Crime and Punishment. In the hot slums of St. Petersburg lives Raskolnikov, a former student struggling with debt and disillusionment. Believing himself to be a superior man, he soon executes a plan to kill and rob an old pawnbroker, arguing that her money can be used for good deeds, while ridding the world of a worthless parasite. As the growing voice of his conscience sets in, Raskolnikov soon finds the noose of his own guilt tightening around his neck. Join the Russian Arts Theater and Studio as it brings one of the greatest novels to life at the West End Theater and embark upon a journey into the mind of a killer and his search for redemption.

West End Theater : 263 West 86th St.
Open: 06/10/16- Close: 06/12/16 FOUR NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKS AT 92Y
Satellite Collective presents cutting edge interdisciplinary works at 92Y, Buttenwieser Hall, Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street, Manhattan, NY, from June 10-12, 2016 at 8pm with a Sunday matinee at 3pm. Tickets are $25 and are available at, by phone at 212.415.5500, or in person at the 92Y box office. Tickets are on sale now.


In their new season, Satellite Collective seeks to secure their place as a leading voice of interdisciplinary art in New York City. Satellite Collective presents a vibrant program of young and emerging artists from the New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey, Juilliard and the indie music and video scenes.

92nd Street Y : 1395 Lexington Avenue
Open: 06/10/16- Close: 06/18/16 LAST RESORT
When you're old and you know your time is short what do you do? Go on a kick-ass vacation! Thrill seeking seniors spare no expense at going out with a bang at this resort. To hell with laws and rules when you know you'll die soon anyway. Join the Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble (IRTE) at the ultra-exclusive Golden Sunset, the LAST RESORT you will ever need or want. IRTE mixes traditional theatrical storytelling with the excitement of off-the-cuff comedy for an improvised look at the "what-ifs" of life.  IRTE provides the basic framework, and you and your fellow audience members choose the items on the characters' bucket lists, which make up that evening's unique storyline.

The Producers Club : 358 West 44th between 8th {e_addres
Open: 10/20/16- Close: 10/21/16 MasterVoices announces its 75th Season opener, the New York Premiere of 27
MasterVoices (formerly The Collegiate Chorale) will open its 75th anniversary season with Ricky Ian Gordon's 27, with libretto by Royce Vavrek, starring Stephanie Blythe, Heidi Stober, Theo Lebow, Tobias Greenhalgh, and Daniel Brevik, conducted by Ted Sperling, and directed by James Robinson, with Orchestra of St. Luke’s on October 20 and 21, 2016 at New York City Center.


27 explores the relationship between Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, who hosted regular salon evenings at their Paris home at 27 Rue de Fleurus, with such guests as Pablo Picasso, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Man Ray, Henri Matisse and Ernest Hemingway.

New York City Center : 55th St. Between 6th and 7th Aves.
A new musical adaptation of Hamlet driven by a muscular, vulnerable heroine, putting herself in harm’s way for justice. Petra is a war widow, supporting herself & her daughter by hauling waste water away from fracking wells.  When a water quality engineer suddenly disappears, Petra blows the whistle on her boss to uncover the mystery.  Petra's in love with a Mayor who can't take action without hard data; working for an entrepreneur who pumps out disinformation faster than oil; called crazy for valuing health over local industry.  This contemporary musical adaptation of Hamlet features rap, latin & rock music styles. NIX is a mix of Shakespeare's most famous play & Erin Brockovich.  Tell a rich man he could lose everything and see what happens. 

Paradise Factory : 64 East 4th Street
League of Professional Theatre Women presents:


Monday, June 27, 2016, 6:00PM

Bruno Walter Auditorium

New York Public Library for the

Performing Arts at Lincoln Center

65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue

LPTW Members, Friends of the League, Board Members of New York Women’s Agenda and Women in the Arts & Media Coalition: 

FREE Admission, Seating First Come First Served.

RSVP here with code:

Bruno Walter Auditorium -New York Librar : 40 Lincoln Plaza
Open: 06/30/16- Close: 06/30/16 Puppetry In Dance
A group of intercultural elderly people will perform their self written adult level short story with their handmade marionette (a puppet on strings). Each performer and their marionette also become interconnected through movements hence “Puppetry in Dance.”

Sirovich Center

331 E 12 Street

Between First and Second Avenues

Friday; June 30 @ 1:30 PM

Arrive early for 250 seats


About the Company: LA MAMA


LA MAMA First Floor Theater : 74A East 4th Street
Open: 06/30/16- Close: 07/09/16 THE TERRIBLE TRADGEDY OF PETER PAN
“Tomorrow is something I’ve been too afraid to face. Because what is left tomorrow is one day less than today.”

After another amazing season, with amazing work onstage, with amazing audiences, who were in turn….amazed in 2015, What Dreams May Co in partnership with Queens Shakespeare Inc. again shines the looking glass onto 2 of literature’s most famous characters, who on the surface appear to be complete opposites. One, a certain boy who will never grow up. The other; one of Shakespeare’s kings who has grown quite old. Yet they both seem to suffer a clear case of “Peter Pan Syndrome”; flying about from place to place, searching for a mother, and oblivious to the destruction they leave in their wake.

John DeSotelle Studio : 300 West 43rd Street