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Open: 10/17/19- Close: 10/19/19 A GHOST TALE
Interpreted from a 17th century exorcism story, A Ghost Tale follows Alma, a young girl who has been possessed by a spirit. This contemporary adaptation is founded on a scholarly look into the dybbuk stories in the Jewish world, and their function as a form of pulp fiction in shtetl environments. In this version, a departure from the norm, Alma attempts to fight the spirit on her own.

A Ghost Tale was created in collaboration with Roni Cohen, a scholar of 16th and 17th century popular Jewish literature, and features puppets designed and crafted by Brecher.

Brecher, a puppeteer, artist, and teacher from Tel Aviv, combines autobiographical details with political and historical events. He has written sketches for television, and performed in the television shows Srugim and Stissel.

US Premiere

THEATERLAB : 357 W36th street
A wild, horror musical journey across the grey veil on a Halloween night, testing a sister’s and brother’s love against the forces of true evil, with book, lyrics and puppet design by Martin P. Robinson (Little Shop of Horrors; “Sesame Street”) and music by Paul Rudolph (Emmy Award-winning composer, “Sesame Street”, “GLANK”).

Mr. Robinson directs a cast of ten from the casts of "Sesame Street," Avenue Q and "Little Shop...” and other iconic productions, including Jennifer Barnhart* (Avenue Q, “Sesame Street,” “Julie’s Greenroom”), Tyler Bunch* (“Julie’s Greenroom”, “The Tick”),

Connelly Theater : 220 East 4th Street
Open: 10/20/19- Close: 10/22/19 Flight: torn like a rose
Peggy Choy Dance and Kumble Theater present a unique and exciting performance for school-age youth and the whole family on October 20,2019 Ticket prices are as follow Children under 12 yrs: $12 , Student with ID(12+ yrs): $15 and Adults: $20

For school Matinees it would be on October 21-22 at 10 Am and 12 noon. it would be $8 for student and $10 for teachers  

For tickets and other inquiries please contact the Box Office: 718-488-1624 or via email :

Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts : 1 University Plaza
Open: 10/17/19- Close: 11/10/19 Mayakovsky and Stalin’
Legendary poet/playwright and off-off Broadway pioneer Murray Mednick will direct the New York City premiere of his newest work, Mayakovsky and Stalin, at the Cherry Lane Theatre for a four-week run beginning Oct. 17. Opening Oct. 19 – Nov .10 The newest work from legendary poet/playwright and off-off Broadway pioneer Murray Mednick is a dramatic character study incorporating historical footage and photos to explore two distantly connected relationships: that of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin and his wife Nadya, and of Soviet poet Vladimir Mayakovsky and his married lover and “muse” Lilya Brik. The Cherry Lane Theatre is located at 38 Commerce St., New York, NY 10014. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 866-811-4111or go to
Cherry Lane Theatre : 38 Commerce St.
Open: 10/15/19- Close: 10/26/19 NOTHING HUMAN
Cross-Eyed Bear Productions will present the World Premiere of Nothing Human, written by Duncan Pflaster and directed by Aliza Shane at The Chain Theatre (312 West 36th Street, New York, NY 10018, 4th floor), October 15-26. Performances will be on Tuesday, October 15 at 7pm, Wednesday, October 16 at 7pm, Thursday, October 17 at 7pm, Friday, October 18 at 7pm, Saturday, October 19 at 7pm, Thursday, October 24 at 7pm, Friday, October 25 at 7pm, and Saturday, October 26 at 7pm. Tickets ($20) are available for advance purchase at The performance will run approximately 2 hours.

The day after Bin Laden is found a computer engineer named Alberto reveals to a woman he meets in a bar that ever since receiving an anonymous call the night before 9/11, he's been hiding out in Boca Raton under an assumed name.

Chain Theatre : 21-28 45th Road
Open: 10/18/19- Close: 11/03/19 QUIET ENJOYMENT
Today is junior manager Merry Cudlip’s first co-op closing, and she’s obsessing over every detail. But the gods of New York real estate have other ideas. When Peter Chasen arrives to turn his $5 million co-op over to his ex-wife Juliana as part of their divorce settlement, he brings his girlfriend Karma along, and that’s when the paperwork hits the fan. It’s all Merry can do (including magic incantations) to prevent the proceedings from spinning into oblivion. Her boss, the formidable Martha Pusey, is getting very, very cranky. Oh, and did we tell you Peter doesn’t have enough money to cover the closing costs?
Playroom Theater : 151 W. 46th Street, 8th floor, NYC 10036
Voyage de Ouf by Sylvaine Hinglais is an inventive theatrical production with a mosaic of allegorical skits, each with its own color, humor and emotion. The music is live, original, and contemporary, evoking the magic of soaring dreams. 

The word OUF is French verlan (a cool Francophone slang) for the word FOU (crazy) that is pronounced backwards! 

Ouf are on the train. Ouf wait for a bus, a truck, a boat. Ouf walk straight ahead. They come from everywhere, without knowing where they are going. Ouf feel violence and the need for love intimately intertwined. Some sleep at a beach campsite, others at refugee camps. Some dream of a lost face, others of being able to eat. All hope to find a place in the sun. In the sun? But as the earth turns, the sun moves constantly. So, when do we get there? 

Performed in French with English titles.

Speyer Hall at University Settlement : 184 Eldridge st.
Open: 10/20/19- Close: 10/20/19 Works & Process at the Guggenheim presents Two River Theater: Love in Hate Nation
Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, presents Two River Theater: Love in Hate Nation, by Joe Iconis, with John Simpkins, on Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 7:30pm. Pay Your Age tickets are available for ages 10-35. Your age determines the ticket price. Offer is valid online by entering your age as the code at checkout. Writer Joe Iconis and director John Simpkins will discuss their turbulent rock romance musical, which is set in a 1960s juvenile hall and tells the story of young people caught in between eras of a changing America. Classic girl group, Wall of Sound-style vocal harmonies meet punk rock spirit in this rebellious and romantic new musical. Sixteen-year old Susannah Son is carted off to the National Reformatory for Girls to get her head put on straight.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum : 1071 Fifth Avenue