The Cutting Room

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Address: 44 East 32nd Street
New York, NY    10016

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Brooklyn Crush  | Open: 05/16/16 Close: 05/16/16
BROOKLYN CRUSH is an irreverent and energetic contemporary rock musical comedy with an old-fashioned boy-meets-girl love story. When these Brooklyn hipsters aren’t true to who they are, they ruin everything. Especially children’s puppeteer Christian Schwartzelberg (Max Crumm) when he meets singer-songwriter Juliana (Katherine Cozumel). 

Cast Album Release Concert

Monday, May 16, 2016 at 8 pm (doors open at 7pm)

The Cutting Room is located at 44 E 32nd St

Tickets are $25 ($30 at the door) and can be purchased by visiting thecuttingroomnyc.com.

For more information on Brooklyn Crush please visit BrooklynCrushMusical.com

The Gong Show Live - Off Broadway  | Open: 07/11/13 Close: 06/05/14
The Gong Show Live continues its SMASH run at The Cutting Room in NYC.

Additional 2104 shows added! April 3, May 1 and June 5 2014. Use dropdown menu to select dates

The Gong Show was a cultural touchstone, a pioneering TV show and the godfather of every awkwardly great reality TV moment that has happened in history. We present the theatrical recreation of The Gong Show in a slick, modern-day stage production. If you liked it on TV, you will love it right in front of your face. Critically hailed as "Jaw droppingly hilarious" and "Fast, fresh and fun" this uproarious, deranged, completely entertaining show has audiences laughing into the next day.

Featuring modern-day performers from America's Got Talent, Conan, Letterman, 30 Rock and So You Think You Can Dance, you will be thoroughly entertained, fascinated, horrified and delighted. Hosted by comedian Ray Ellin. Featuring Chuck Nice, The Radiochick, Joe Devito, Ken Dashow, the Gong Show 10 Live Band, Gene Gene the Dancing Machine, and the Unknown Convict.

Appropriate for the whole family. This show is a fully produced and cast off-broadway production. 11/12 is last 2013 show in NYC. Food/drink avail at venue. Venue is a cabaret showroom and has $20 PP minimum. Online sales good till 11/12 4P. After online sales close - buy only at the venue. 44 E 32nd.


Comedy.Other

Andrew J. Nemr, protégé of Gregory Hines, and a leader in the tap dance world brings his one-man show, “Andrew J. Nemr and Friends” to New York City’s The Cutting Room, Thursday, April 18, 2013.In “Andrew J. Nemr and Friends,” the tap soloist, tells stories of love, and life through dance and music, as he shares the stage with some of his exceptionally talented friends that he’s met along the way. Through solo and ensemble tap dance, Andrew tells the profound story of his mentee/mentor bond with the late dance legend, Gregory Hines. Renowned Jazz musicians, including pianist, Gordon Webster, bass player, Gregory Jones, vocalist, Daria Musk, saxophonist, Sean Nowell, cellist David Eggar and special guest, pianist, Nat Adderly, Jr., as well as Andrew’s professional dance company, Cats Paying Dues/CPD Plus, accompany the critically-acclaimed artist on stage.

Born Blue  | Open: 07/27/12 Close: 07/29/12
Royal Family Productions & Caren Tackett present Born Blue written by Caren Tackett and Directed by Anthony Rapp. This existential musical, takes place in the Atomic Bar & Chill, a Post-apocalyptic dive bar somewhere between life and death. Here, lost souls drink the blue house brew, whose purpose is not to intoxicate but to flush away one's previous life experiences and prepare them for rebirth. The House band, "Creatrix" ('God'), speaks only the language of music, which they channel through soulful front-woman 'Infinity'. Tonight, Creatrix wishes to shed light on the hideous cycles of fear and prejudice on Earth by demonstrating scenarios spanning historical periods of Witch Hysteria , Slavery, and the American Indian Movement. Advanced digital media, rich costume and make-up design, and bluesy indie-rock score saturate a rhythmic spoken word narrative, encouraging all to reawaken, reconnect, and ultimately reincarnate.


Arts.Theatre