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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: 05/29/15- Close: 05/29/15
After sold out shows at Joe's Pub and 42 West, the dynamic new songwriting team of Tor & Lisa - Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter Tor Hyams and Broadway singer/actress Lisa Rothauser are back – for one night only! – with the next evolution of “LIFE. WTF?” – their fun-filled evening of song, truth and laughter as Lisa traces some of life’s unexpected twists and turns. This time, they are pulling out all the stops to include brand new songs, props, costume changes and a 7-piece band - with a dancing horn section!
Life doesn’t always go according to plan. St. Louis native and Broadway actress and singer, Lisa Rothauser, grew up with a passion for singing and a love of showbiz.
54 Below : 254 West 54th Street
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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 www.danspaceproject.org 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: 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
New York Live Arts : 219 W. 19th Street
Open: 04/23/15- Close: 05/24/15
Nj Rep Presents The Realization Of Emily Linder|
New Jersey Repertory Company, located at 179 Broadway in Long Branch, is proud to announce the World Premiere of The Realization of Emily Linder by Richard Strand, author of the Civil War drama Butler.
Everything may not always be as it appears in this comedic-drama about Emily, an eccentric, retired university professor, who has come to the “realization” that she knows the exact day that she will pass away. She gathers her two daughters to her side to inform them of her imminent demise and to give each explicit instructions and assignments to fulfill prior to her earthly departure. Emily, for the most part, is behind the wheel steering her own poignant journey in her life’s final mission, but an unexpected someone from her past emerges to divert her off course and places her in uncharted territory on the road to possible new discoveries.
New Jersey Repertory Company : 179 Broadway