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Open: 10/25/19- Close: 10/30/19 ALI HUGHES: LEONARD COHEN KOANS
Buoyant and vigorous in its celebration of the music and spirit of the iconic legend, LEONARD COHEN KOANS is a must see show for Cohen lovers and newcomers alike.

Renowned for her dynamic, sensuous voice, Ali Hughes delivers powerhouse interpretations of Leonard Cohen's most loved poetry, prose and song. As well as lesser known gems like The Butcher, you'll enjoy such Cohen favourites as Chelsea Hotel #2 and Suzanne in all new arrangements exploring the dynamism and intimacy in Cohen's incredible musicality.

Musically directed by Green Room Award winning composer Daryl Wallis, LEONARD COHEN KOANS moves from ethereal to full throttle in a heartbeat.

'ali && the thieves" are a storytelling music collaborative who perform internationally.

Venue:
Pangea : 178 2nd Ave
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 : info@kumbletheater.org

Venue:
Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts : 1 University Plaza
Open: 10/23/19- Close: 10/25/19 Lincoln Center's 2019 White Light Festival presents EN MASSE
Australia’s Circa ensemble embodies electrifying explosions of physicality and power in this work that blurs the boundaries of dance, theater, music, and circus arts. Under the visionary direction of Yaron Lifschitz, the troupe melds circus acrobatics with contemporary dance in the tender and savage En Masse, featuring ten acrobats and three musicians performing to music by Swedish composer Klara Lewis interspersed with selections from Schubert’s haunting Winterreise and Schwanengesang. A two-piano arrangement of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring yields the anarchic energy of acrobats caught in a life-and-death struggle. Circa appeared in the U.S. premiere of How Like an Angel in the 2014 White Light Festival.   There will be a post-performance discussion with Libby McDonnell and Elizabeth Streb on Thursday, October 24. En Masse (U.S.
Venue:
Gerald W. Lynch Theater : 899 Tenth Avenue
Open: 10/21/19- Close: 11/17/19 Monsoon Season
Fresh off rave reviews during a world premiere at the esteemed Edinburgh Festival Fringe, “This jet black ‘romantic comedy’ is so well played and so sharply written" (The Scotsman), All For One Theater presents the U.S. premiere of Lizzie Vieh’s brutally demented romantic comedy, MONSOON SEASON. Directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker (Puffs), This thrilling roller coaster ride"( Broadway Baby/Scotland), and twisted love story begins performances Monday, October 21 at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Place) for a limited engagement through November 17th.. Tickets, priced at $25, are available at www.afo.nyc.

Since their breakup, a strip club’s flashing neon sign is keeping Danny awake at night, and Julia’s Adderall addiction has only gotten worse since her dealer moved in. Danny is suffering from micro-blackouts and Julia keeps seeing a giant bird in her backyard.

Venue:
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater : 224 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10014
Open: 10/21/19- Close: 11/17/19 Monsoon Season
Fresh off rave reviews during a world premiere at the esteemed Edinburgh Festival Fringe, “This jet black ‘romantic comedy’ is so well played and so sharply written" (The Scotsman), All For One Theater presents the U.S. premiere of Lizzie Vieh’s brutally demented romantic comedy, MONSOON SEASON. Directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker (Puffs), This thrilling roller coaster ride"( Broadway Baby/Scotland), and twisted love story begins performances Monday, October 21 at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Place) for a limited engagement through November 17th.. Tickets, priced at $25, are available at www.afo.nyc. Since their breakup, a strip club’s flashing neon sign is keeping Danny awake at night, and Julia’s Adderall addiction has only gotten worse since her dealer moved in.
Venue:
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater : 224 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10014
Open: 11/02/19- Close: 11/16/19 NOW SERVING: A GUIDE TO AESTHETIC ETIQUETTE IN FOUR COURSES
Radiohole, the company praised as "masters of design-forward experimental mayhem" by the American Theater Magazine, presents the world premiere of Now Serving: A Guide to Aesthetic Etiquette in Four Courses, an immersive performance dinner party. The food (cocktails, wine, hors d'oeuvres for all audience members; a four-course meal at the table) is served and consumed in a ritualistic, performative manner that begins to undermine the formality and civility of the evening, revealing a very different, darker ritual than those prescribed by Emily Post, and unleashing a surreal bacchanalian feast which sets its revenge on the patriarchy.
Created and performed by the company members Amanda Bender, Erin Douglass, Eric Dyer, and Maggie Hoffman, with Catherine McRae on violin and Kristin Worrall as pastry chef.
Venue:
Collapsable Hole : 146 Metropolitan Ave
Open: 10/31/19- Close: 04/26/20 Season-Long Dutch Focus at the Kennedy Center: Five fun-filled performances for young audiences
Season-Long Dutch Focus at the Kennedy Center Dutch Never Grow Up! program brings five fun-filled performances for young audiences to the Kennedy Center October 31, 2019-April 26, 2020 Throughout the 2019-2020 season, Kennedy Center Performances for Young Audiences will present five award-winning music, theater, and dance companies from the Netherlands in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. This season-long Dutch focus will bring the unique, high-caliber work of Woest, BonteHond, Mass Theater & Dance, Oorkaan, and De Dansers to families and student audiences at the nation's cultural center in Washington, D.C. Performances kick-off in October and November 2019 and will continue in January and April 2020. For tickets and more information, please visit: https://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/series/PYA.
Venue:
Kennedy Center : 2700 F Street Northwest
Open: 11/01/19- Close: 11/02/19 SLEEPING BEAUTY DREAMS
After a successful World Premiere in Miami and New York in December 2018, Sleeping Beauty Dreams announces its 2019 U.S. tour dates and cities. The technological feat - brought to life by the production company Magic Reality Group - is a contemporary dance and art experience using innovative technology, which explores the age-old fable of Sleeping Beauty and for the first time, reveals what Princess Aurora dreamt about during her 100-year slumber.

 

Through a revolutionary fusion of visual arts, contemporary dance, lighting, groundbreaking real-time avatar technology, and electronic dance music by bold face name collaborators from all respective industries, the performance unravels Princess Aurora’s  passions, fears, and sinful desires. Tour dates, cities and theaters include:

 

Venue:
Manhattan Center : 311 W 34TH St.
Open: 10/25/19- Close: 11/15/19 THE HOPE HYPOTHESIS
Voyage Theater Company (Wayne Maugans, Artistic Director) is pleased to present the world premiere of THE HOPE HYPOTHESIS, a wickedly humorous take on the rabbit hole that is America’s immigration system. Written and directed by Cat Miller, the play explores the current climate of suspicion and fear — and what it means to us as individuals and as a society. The THE HOPE HYPOTHESIS runs from October 25th through November 15th at The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture (18 Bleecker Street). Tickets, priced at $37 ($27 for students and seniors), can be purchased at sheencenter.org/hope

Syrian-born lawyer-to-be Amena has everything in order to become a U.S. citizen, but something doesn’t seem quite right to the teller at the immigration office.
Venue:
Sheen Center for Thought & Culture : 18 Bleecker Street