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Open: 09/08/04- Close: 09/14/04 The John Wayne Principle
A searing portrait of the insidious attractions of corporate life, "The John Wayne Principle" tells the story a cynical, anti-establishment trust-fund kid who is picked to succeed his father as CEO of a multinational corporation. Instead of turning down the post, as his ambitious, business-minded sister had expected, he decides to sign on for a year, sending the company's stock into a tailspin. His sister's attempts to undermine his tenure only serve to fuel his enthusiasm for the job, and, as their sibling rivalry takes on sexual-political overtones, one is left to wonder if this rebel riding rough-shod on the company wants to break or break in the system.
Venue:
Ohio Theater : 66 Wooster St
Open: 07/03/14- Close: 09/14/04 The John Wayne Principle
A searing portrait of the insidious attractions of corporate life, "The John Wayne Principle" tells the story a cynical, anti-establishment trust-fund kid who is picked to succeed his father as CEO of a multinational corporation. Instead of turning down the post, as his ambitious, business-minded sister had expected, he decides to sign on for a year, sending the company's stock into a tailspin. His sister's attempts to undermine his tenure only serve to fuel his enthusiasm for the job, and, as their sibling rivalry takes on sexual-political overtones, one is left to wonder if this rebel riding rough-shod on the company wants to break or break in the system.
Venue:
Museum of Sex :
Open: 01/10/15- Close: Open Run The John Wayne Principle
A searing portrait of the insidious attractions of corporate life, "The John Wayne Principle" tells the story a cynical, anti-establishment trust-fund kid who is picked to succeed his father as CEO of a multinational corporation. Instead of turning down the post, as his ambitious, business-minded sister had expected, he decides to sign on for a year, sending the company's stock into a tailspin. His sister's attempts to undermine his tenure only serve to fuel his enthusiasm for the job, and, as their sibling rivalry takes on sexual-political overtones, one is left to wonder if this rebel riding rough-shod on the company wants to break or break in the system.
Venue:
Church School for Music and Art. : 74 Warren Street bet W. Bway and Gr
Open: 09/29/12- Close: 09/14/04 The John Wayne Principle
A searing portrait of the insidious attractions of corporate life, "The John Wayne Principle" tells the story a cynical, anti-establishment trust-fund kid who is picked to succeed his father as CEO of a multinational corporation. Instead of turning down the post, as his ambitious, business-minded sister had expected, he decides to sign on for a year, sending the company's stock into a tailspin. His sister's attempts to undermine his tenure only serve to fuel his enthusiasm for the job, and, as their sibling rivalry takes on sexual-political overtones, one is left to wonder if this rebel riding rough-shod on the company wants to break or break in the system.
Venue:
Brooklyn Botanic Garden : 990 Washington Avenue
Open: 05/24/14- Close: 09/14/04 The John Wayne Principle
A searing portrait of the insidious attractions of corporate life, "The John Wayne Principle" tells the story a cynical, anti-establishment trust-fund kid who is picked to succeed his father as CEO of a multinational corporation. Instead of turning down the post, as his ambitious, business-minded sister had expected, he decides to sign on for a year, sending the company's stock into a tailspin. His sister's attempts to undermine his tenure only serve to fuel his enthusiasm for the job, and, as their sibling rivalry takes on sexual-political overtones, one is left to wonder if this rebel riding rough-shod on the company wants to break or break in the system.
Venue:
Out by Ten at Spectrum NYC : 121 Ludlow St. (btwn Delancey {e_ad
Open: 01/10/15- Close: Open Run The John Wayne Principle
A searing portrait of the insidious attractions of corporate life, "The John Wayne Principle" tells the story a cynical, anti-establishment trust-fund kid who is picked to succeed his father as CEO of a multinational corporation. Instead of turning down the post, as his ambitious, business-minded sister had expected, he decides to sign on for a year, sending the company's stock into a tailspin. His sister's attempts to undermine his tenure only serve to fuel his enthusiasm for the job, and, as their sibling rivalry takes on sexual-political overtones, one is left to wonder if this rebel riding rough-shod on the company wants to break or break in the system.
Venue:
Goldcrest Films : 799 Washington St.
Open: 01/31/15- Close: 01/31/15 Last Saturdays Salon #1 - Reunion
The first of an eight-concert series of new music, sound, words, & images by artists wanting to develop their art by working outside their comfort zone to create challenging new compositions, all in an intimate setting.

Featuring jazz and classical compositions by Concrete Timbre affiliated artists including: Ivy Adrian, Whitney George, Nancy Greening, Manuela Lechler, Kyoko Oyobe, Milica Paranosic, and Ann Warren who perform along with David A. Green, Christopher Hall, Aleksandra Miglowiec, and Joe Tucker.

Complete information about the program and directions to The Drawing Room at:
www.ConcreteTimbre.com

Venue:
Drawing Room : 56 Willoughby St
Open: 02/07/15- Close: 02/08/15 New York Theatre Ballet Presents Cinderella
New York Theatre Ballet (NYTB) presents Cinderella from February 7-8, 2015 as part of the Company’s Once Upon A Ballet series for children at Florence Gould Hall, 55 East 59th Street, NYC.  Performances: Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 1pm and 3:30pm.  Tickets are $35 for children, $40 for adults.  Three ballet subscriptions for the Once Upon A Ballet Series are available for $90-$105.  Single tickets are available through ticketmaster.com, and subscriptions can be purchased by submitting an order form to admin@nytb.org.  For more information, visit http://www.nytb.

Venue:
Florence Gould Hall : 55 East 59th Street
Open: 09/05/14- Close: 06/28/15 New York Theatre Tallet’s 2014/2015 Season
New York Theatre Ballet announces the 2014-15 season, which will include a national tour and repertory performances at the 92nd Street Y (January 10-12, 2015), New York Live Arts (February 18-21, 2015) and Danspace (June 17-20, 2015). NYTB continues to maintain its association with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, and the Company’s Once Upon A Ballet series for children will continue at Florence Gould Hall throughout the year. NYTB will also continue to offer its Free Ticket Program for families who are unable to afford to attend performances.

 

New York Theatre Ballet’s 2014-15 Season includes:

September 5-7, 2014 – The Winter’s Tale – Shakespeare in the Park

October 24-25, 2014 – Dance on a Shoestring & Halloween Party

Venue:
New York Live Arts : 219 W. 19th Street
Open: 02/05/15- Close: 02/08/15 OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONE
15 Young Teens Perform in New Rock Musical with Anti-Bullying & LGBTQ Themes.

Middle school, New York City. Everyone’s got a secret. Josh and Rachel have been best friends since second grade, but their relationship is about to change. The Viper has an online blog dedicated to exposing people’s innermost secrets and he’s just found out the whopper of them all. Performed by a cast of 15 young teens, Out of My Comfort Zone is about self-identity, gender, love, expectations, stereotypes, cyber-bullying, and friendship. It’s more uncomfortable to be something you’re not than to be who you are. Out of My Comfort Zone pokes holes in school stereotypes and suggests that finding your comfort zone sometimes comes at a price.

Venue:
American Theatre Of Actors : 314 West 54th Street