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Open: / / - Close: Open Run IRREVERSIBLE
Robert Oppenheimer and his brother Frank are desperately racing to beat the Nazis to the world’s first nuclear bomb in the throes of World War II. But when they finally see the power of their new weapon, the two men are torn apart in a battle over its use, and Robert is forced to choose between his conscience and his ambition, his mistress and his wife, his brother and his bomb.

About the Company: The Red Fern Theatre Company

The Red Fern Theatre Company (RFTC), founded by Emilie E. Miller and Melanie Moyer Williams in March 2006, strives to provoke social awareness and change through theatrical productions and outreach. Each play produced by the Red Fern Theatre Company addresses social issues that range in scope from local to global, and each production is paired with a philanthropy whose work relates to the social themes of the play.

Theater at the 14th Street Y : 344 E 14th St
Open: 07/17/15- Close: 08/02/15 Julius Caesar
“When beggars die, there are no comets seen;

the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.”

After receiving praise from audiences and critics alike for their smash hit productions of Much Ado about Nothing and Romeo & Juliet in 2014, What Dreams May Co in partnership with Queens Shakespeare Inc. sets 2015 ablaze with controversial, brutal, modern re-imaginings of two of the classical theatre’s most horrifying yet soul searching works. Join us as we shine the looking glass on men worshiped as gods, vengeful gods walking amongst men, and the destructive might of men turned mob.  First up…Julius Caesar.

Director Chris Rivera (Director of 2014’s critically acclaimed Romeo & Juliet) brings audiences to an apocalyptic Rome.

John DeSotelle Studio : 300 West 43rd Street
Open: 07/10/15- Close: 09/20/15 MRS. SMITH'S BROADWAY CAT-TACULAR!
Mrs. Smith’s Broadway Cat-tacular!, is an all-singing, all-dancing “demented cabaret on acid.” 

Mrs. Smith is a woman on the verge of a cat-based breakdown — in search of her missing cat, Carlyle. To overcome the grief and rage of this “personal apocalypse,” she’s tried psychoanalysis, New Age therapies and, now, mounting a Broadway-style musical spectacular where her bizarre life story is re-enacted in delirious song and dance. With the aid of her dapper Broadway Boys, Mrs. Smith puts her laugh-out-loud spin on the perilous highs and lows of fame, fortune and superstardom. Featuring classic Broadway hits like “Cabaret,” “One Night in Bangkok,” “The Cat That Got Away” and many more, this More Information »

47th Street Theatre : 304 W. 47th Street
Open: / / - Close: Open Run New York Theatre Ballet
New York Theatre Ballet will perform Legends & Visionaries 2015 from June 18-20, 2015 at Danspace Project, 131 E. 10th Street, NYC. Performances: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8:00pm. Tickets are $20 ($15 for Danspace members), and are available online at or by calling OvationTix/TheaterMania at 866.811.4111.


New York Theatre Ballet will perform Richard Alston’s Such Longing, Frederick Ashton’s Capriole Suite, the World Premiere of Gemma Bond’s The Assembly, a new, as-yet-untitled work by David Parker, and Antony Tudor’s Dark Elegies.


St. Mark's Church in the Bowery : 131 East 10th street
Open: / / - Close: Open Run POUND
Dixon Place’s (Ellie Covan, Founding & Artistic Director) new commission POUND, starring  GLAAD Award-winner and Drama Desk nominee, Marga Gomez, will begin performances on Friday, July 10th. Once called “Amazing” and “A Lesbian Lenny Bruce” by Robin Williams, POUND will headline Dixon Place’s 24th Annual HOT! Festival, the celebration of queer culture in NYC.  HOT! offers theater, music, dance, puppetry, performance and homoeroticism for the whole family. POUND will play six performances only – July 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th at 7:30PM, at Dixon Place (161A Chrystie Street). Tickets are $16 in advance, $20 at the door, and $12 for seniors and students.

Dixon Place : 161A Chrystie Street