Open: 03/07/19- Close: 03/31/19
A Jewish Joke|
Bernie Lutz is a curmudgeonly Jewish comedy screenwriter from MGM, who comes up against the Communist blacklist in 1950’s Hollywood. Now, he has to decide what’s more important – his friends, or his livelihood? Armed with stories about the great era of Jewish humor, this poignant solo dramedy is about one American’s fight against one of the darkest moments of the mid-20th century. A Jewish Joke began in San Diego and has toured regionally with critically-acclaimed engagements in Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, and New Haven. A Jewish Joke was named “Best Drama” of the 2016 United Solo Festival, NY.
Lion Theatre @ Theatre Row : 410 West 42nd Street
Open: 02/08/19- Close: 02/24/19
Recognize Theatre will present a new performance of their play Exposed, conceived and directed by Kristin Heckler and written in collaboration with the actors, Jacob Sebastian Philips, Sarah Raimondi, and Pauline Sherrow, at the MCS Theatre (357 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues, 2nd floor), February 8-24. Performances will be on Friday, February 8 at 8pm, Saturday, February 9 at 8pm, Sunday, February 10 at 7pm, Friday, February 15 at 8pm, Saturday, February 16 at 8pm, Sunday, February 17 at 7pm, Friday, February 22 at 8pm, Saturday, February 23 at 8pm, and Sunday, February 24 at 7pm. Tickets ($20; $15 students & seniors) are available for purchase in advance at https://exposed.bpt.
MCS Theatre : 357 West 36th Street
Open: 02/24/19- Close: 02/24/19
A Visual Theater Dramatic Play
with shadow pupperty and NO diologue
for an intergenerational audiance
By, Jesse Marsh
This play will be performed along with a series of short plays at:
161 A Chrystie Street
Between Delancey and Rivington Streets; NYC
SUNDAY; FEBRURAY 24th 2019 AT 2:30 PM
Reception amd Refreshments to follow
Arrive early for a great seat!
Dixon Place : 161A Chrystie Street
Open: 02/07/19- Close: 02/24/19
Expressed through grotesque storytelling, the Japanese Dance of Darkness (Butoh), and a chorus of women representing the feminine archetypes born from the Medusa myth, Medusa Volution places Medusa front, center and on trial; presenting a vivid enquiry into the maligned Monster Woman. The trial sprawls through time, calling for the testimony of contemporary women as well as their mythological sisters, like Salome and Eve. As we explore the narratives of so many women, we redefine the stories of their power, agency and pleasure; making visible how we may be complicit in one another’s oppression and how we might support one another’s liberation. Today, can we look Medusa in the eyes?
Devised by (and featuring) Chandler Eliah Eason, Julia Cavagna, Julia Gu, Kayla Juntilla, Irina
happyluck no1 : 734 Nostrand Avenue