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Open: 11/09/14- Close: 11/09/14 2014 TRU Love Benefit
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) will celebrate its 23rd year as a not-for-profit service organization with a celebration of three extraordinary people at the annual TRU Love Benefit, When You Care. The 2014 TRU Spirit of Theater Award, presented to a member of the producing community who has demonstrated exceptional generosity, support and kindness to others in the business, will be awarded to producer Michael Alden (Bat Boy, the Last Session, Grey Gardens, Bridge & Tunnel, The King’s Speech, Becoming Dr. Ruth, Disgraced); the TRU Entrepreneur Award, given for consistency, unique thinking and innovation in theater, will be given to investor Neil Danoff (All the Way, Bridges of Madison County, Matilda, Lucky Guy, Spring Awakening, Allegiance); and the TRU Humanitarian Award will be given posthumously to legendary casting director

Sardi's : 234 West 44th St
Open: 11/13/14- Close: 12/07/14 Antony And Cleopatra
As the Roman Republic begins to crumble, the Mark Antony has now become one of the three new rulers of Rome.Torn between his love for the empire and his love for the beautiful Cleopatra, Antony eventually decides that he must have both! But when love, blood and politics mix, it can often be a deadly potion... Come help us examine Shakespeare's enduringly engaging tale of passion, revenge and death!


The Gene Frankel Theatre : 24 Bond Street
Open: 11/01/14- Close: 11/15/14 BAL-TRAP
Bal-Trap, a play By Xavier Durringer, is a bittersweet drama. The action takes place after a popular gig on the village square, where two young people begin their love story while two others try to restore their passionate love, the one they had before daily chores doused their flame. But bumps and bruises are present, hidden deep inside, ignored, but still guiding the characters toward a fate that prevents them from living their one true Love. Each of them is looking for a soul mate, but they cannot understand each other. They follow their “Sweet Dream” to escape their loneliness and their pasts, believing, with an insatiable faith, in a better future where true Love can move mountains and make them – and the rest of us – travel to the ends of the earth.

Frenetic Theatre : 5102 Navigation Blvd
Open: 11/14/14- Close: 11/15/14 Five
Spark Movement Collective celebrates its fifth anniversary of creating accessible dance experiences with an evening of new works and past favorites. FIVE brings together former and current Spark dancers for a multifaceted performance highlighting the breadth and depth of the company's work, featuring two world premieres choreographed by Chelsea Koenig and Matt Dittes.

About the Company: Spark Movement Collective


Founded in 2009, Spark Movement Collective (Spark) has quickly become a fixture on New York City’s independent, contemporary dance scene. Established with a mission to create accessible dance experiences, Spark is focused on developing innovative pieces that connect with the everyday lives of its audience members and community.

The Actors Fund Arts Center : 160 Schermerhorn Street
Open: 11/06/14- Close: 11/23/14 SNOW IN THE LIVING ROOM
In Snow in the Living Room, Orietta Crispino presents a visually striking and poetically sensual distillation of the classic Snow White fairy tale. Inert in her crystal coffin, Bianca finds that her liberation will never come from a redeemer outside herself; instead, she must acknowledge her own fractured soul and accept death as a facet of what it means to be fully human. Echoing the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Snow in the Living Room exists in the interstitial space between body and self. It is a dynamic story of fear and desire, told through splintered mirror images and complex soundscapes.

“I can’t escape my Shadow…”

Snow in the Living Room, written by Orietta Crispino as a poetic monodrama in Italian, has been adapted and translated into English by Marco Casazza.

Theaterlab (on 36th Street) : 357 W 36th Street
Open: 11/07/14- Close: 11/07/14 We Are the Music performed by Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies
GERALD W. LYNCH THEATER at John Jay College presents We Are the Music, a free performance performed by Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies on Friday, November 7 at 8pm at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, 524 W. 59th Street, NYC. Tickets are free but reservations are required: The performance is part of a residency of the CUNY Dance Initiative. 


The evening will feature Syncopated Ladies with creator and lead choreographer Chloe Arnold, with world-renowned tap dancers Sarah Reich, Maud Arnold, Anissa Lee, Pamela Yasutake and Melissa Tannus.


The Syncopated Ladies will also present a Master Class on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 1:45pm.


Gerald W Lynch Theatre at JJ : 899 10th Ave