Todays Date: 07/02/22
Last Update: 02/23/12 09:46:49 AM

Address: 200 Hudson Street
New York, NY    10013

Phone: 212-601-1000
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SUBWAY LINES E: Exit at Canal Street (front of trains headed uptown/back of trains headed downtown). Walk west on Canal to Hudson. Make a left on Hudson. 92YTribeca will be a block down on your left. 1: Exit at Canal Street. Walk (2 blocks) west on Canal to Hudson. Make a left on Hudson. 92YTribeca will be a block down on your left. 6: Exit at Canal Street. Walk (9 blocks) west on Canal to Hudson. Make a left on Hudson. 92YTribeca will be a block down on your left.

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

Don't Cry For Me, Ahasuerus - A Broadway Purim Shpiel  | Open: 03/07/12 Close: 03/07/12
What's new, Shushan City?! Tablet Magazine and 92YTribeca present Don’t Cry for Me, Ahasuerus, a Broadway-cabaret Purim shpiel. Starring Jackie Hoffman as Esther, the beautiful Jewish girl who becomes queen, and Seth Rudetsky as Haman, the Jew-hating royal adviser. Written by and featuring Rachel Shukert, author of the hit Jewish-holiday Broadway spoofs Everything’s Coming Up Moses (for Passover) and Eight Days More (for Hanukkah). Also featuring Dan Fishback and Billy Zavelson. Directed by Michael Schiralli. Music direction by Bobby Peaco. Produced by Jesse Oxfeld for Tablet Magazine, the online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture.

About the Company: 92YTribeca

92YTribeca is the 92nd Street Y’s downtown arts and culture venue in New York City. Opened in October 2008, 92YTribeca presents music, comedy, film, theater, talks, classes, family events, and Jewish community and holiday programs in a versatile, street-level, modern space at 200 Hudson Street.  In addition to the mainstage and screening room, the venue houses an art gallery, lounge, bar, café, seminar and meeting rooms, and free Wi-Fi around the space. With programs developed by a professional curatorial team in partnership with staff, local artists and arts organizations, new-media companies, fellow presenters, and community and cause-based organizations, 92YTribeca aims to engage a diverse community of young people from around the New York area with smart, relevant programming that encourages participation and conversation. For more information, visit www.92YTribeca.org.

Bromance In Concert  | Open: 07/21/10 Close: 07/21/10
Join up-and-coming musical theater writers Kyle Ewalt and Michael Walker for the world-premiere concert of songs from their new musical comedy, Bromance: The Dudesical, which follows the comic misadventures of a group of friends who decide to take a new “bro” under their wing one fateful St. Patrick’s Day, and features songs such as “Sports Center,” “Chili Cheese Fries,” “Brotocol” and more. Some of Broadway’s hottest young stars will be present, including Adam Chanler-Berat (Next to Normal), Kevin Greene (TV’s Grease: You’re the One that I Want, A Tale of Two Cities), Molly Pope (The Molly Pope Show at Joe’s Pub), and Cole Burden (Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Tour). Bromance in Concert is presented by 92YTribeca with Producer Adam J. Rosen. Musical Direction by Ian Schugel.

For more information, please visit www.92YTribeca.org/Theater.

Ewalt And Walker Live  | Open: 03/31/10 Close: 03/31/10
Following their sold-out show at Playwrights Horizons, up-and-coming songwriters Kyle Ewalt and Michael Walker bring their lively, innovative music to 92YTribeca. Joining them are some of Broadway’s hottest young stars, including Matt Doyle ( Spring Awakening, Bye Bye Birdie), Adam Kantor (Rent), Eric Petersen (Shrek, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), Kristy Cates (Wicked), Romelda Benjamin (Brooklyn The Musical), Lindsay Mendez (Grease, The Marvelous Wonderettes), Lisa Morabito (Mamma Mia), Kevin Greene (TV's Grease: You're the One that I Want) and cabaret sensations Molly Pope and Jonathan Whitton.

Join Ewalt and Walker to hear what’s next in musical theater, as they share favorites including songs from Broke and The Making of Madeline Moore, as well as the world premiere of material from their upcoming musical comedy, Bromance: The Dudesical.