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Open: 05/29/16- Close: 05/29/16 The Hive New York: An Afternoon of Contemporary Dance
The nomadic multi-generational arts collective ArtBark International -- last seen at Slovenia’s premiere opera house The Cankarjev Dom -- joins New York based artists Kristin Hatleberg, Garnet Henderson and Sarah Lass in a shared program of contemporary dance works “The Hive: New York” on May 29, 2016 at 4:00PM at The Muriel Schulman Theater at Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St., Brooklyn, NY 11222; Enter on Banker St.) Tickets are $16 and can be purchased online at theopenhive.com. The Hive is a progressive arts community seeking sustainable ways to share their work with the world.

Venue:
Triskelion Arts : 118 N. 11th Street
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!

Venue:
Dixon Place : 161A Chrystie Street
Open: 05/27/16- Close: 06/19/16 A Persistent Memory
David is losing his grip on reality. With every passing moment his most precious memories are slipping away. Haunted by his past, he finds help while investigating a mysterious phenomenon that is overwhelming the world’s elephant population. A poetic and emotionally driven narrative, A Persistent Memory explores the unexpected virtues of grief, the impact of childhood memories, and how sometimes meeting the right people at the right time can change our lives forever.

May 27 through June 19; Opening Night is June 1, 2016

Playing Schedule: Tuesday at 7PM; Wednesday - Saturday at 8PM; Saturday matinee at 2PM; Sunday at 3PM

Theatre Row’s Beckett Theatre is located at 410 West 42nd Street

Tickets are $49.50 and can be purchased by visiting Telecharge.com or calling 212-239-6200.

Venue:
Beckett Theater - Theater Row : 410 W 42nd 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 http://www.92y.org/Event/Satellite-Collective, 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.

Venue:
92nd Street Y : 1395 Lexington Avenue
Open: 05/28/16- Close: 06/18/16 KISS IT, MAKE IT BETTER
In a small town in the rural Midwest, two childhood friends sneak away to play pretend in a nearby deserted fairground. Life back in town finds them crippled by trauma and shackled by cycles of silence and shame, forcing them to run away. Suddenly they are left to fend for each other amidst the crumbling fairgrounds, and their crumbling innocence, as they learn to maneuver through puberty and triggering what feels like love. 


About the Company: Theatre 4the People

THEATRE 4THE PEOPLE creates economically accessible theatrical performances with courageous artists implementing a “pay-what-you-can” ticket policy, making honest, original theatre productions available to all who wish to experience art that strives to investigate and wresting with human conflicts in an authentic manner. 

Venue:
New Ohio Theatre : 154 Christopher Street
Open: 06/06/16- Close: 09/02/16 Liberty: A Monumental New Musical
The Bright Torch of Lady Liberty Sets its Sights on Times Square.  Based on true events, Liberty is an entertaining 80-minute theatrical experience starring Abigail Shapiro (How The Grinch Stole Christmas) as Liberty, telling the story of a young French immigrant who arrives in New York Harbor in 1884. Coming to the United States in the middle of a national immigration debate and a terrible recession, political forces are aligning to deport her. With a strong resolve and a mighty spirit, she battles to gain acceptance and eventually becomes a lasting symbol of the young country. 

June 6 - July 3: Monday and Friday at 12pm & 3pm

After July 4:  Monday; Tuesday; Thursday & Friday at 12pm at 3pm

Venue:
42 WEST : 514 West 42nd St (between 10th & 11th Aves)
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.

Venue:
New York City Center : 55th St. Between 6th and 7th Aves.
Open: 06/27/16- Close: 06/27/16 ORAL HISTORY: CARMEN DE LAVALLADE INTERVIEWED BY DEBORAH JOWITT
League of Professional Theatre Women presents:

ORAL HISTORY: CARMEN DE LAVALLADE INTERVIEWED BY DEBORAH JOWITT

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: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10083493

Venue:
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

FREE ADMISSION


About the Company: LA MAMA

 

Venue:
LA MAMA First Floor Theater : 74A East 4th Street
Open: 06/02/16- Close: 06/19/16 SUDDENLY, A KNOCK AT THE DOOR
“I can’t do it like this!” protests the writer EITAN KATZEN to the BEARDED MAN, the SURVEY TAKER and the PIZZA DELIVERY woman who have come knocking at his door. Brandishing weapons, they make the stakes clear: a story or your life! So the writer held hostage to these three strange muses begins to weave his tales, played out on the stage by the same characters that are holding him captive. Based on eight stories from the latest anthology by award-winning Israeli author and filmmaker Etgar Keret, Suddenly, A Knock at the Door is a celebration of storytelling and the magic of art—an ensemble piece written for six actors and two musicians playing over thirty different roles. It is a comic drama of a modern writer weaving extra-ordinary tales in the middle of Tel Aviv. Here stories are the currency, a matter of life and death.

Venue:
Theater For The New City : 155 First Avenue