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Strap on your ruby slippers and join the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion, Dorothy and her little dog Toto, too, for this adaptation of The Wizard of Oz. Everyone loves the classic story of the girl who wakes up in a strange land filled with witches and wizards, munchkins and monkeys — and befriends a cowardly lion, a tin man without a heart and a scarecrow with no brain in her quest to find her way back home. Journey down the yellow brick road through the land of Oz to meet the Wizard while humming along to memorable songs from the Oscar-winning film, including “Over the Rainbow,” “We’re Off to See the Wizard” and “If I Only Had a Brain.” The whole family will enjoy this zippy, one-hour version now playing at the Harlem Repertory Theatre in New York.
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The first Broadway play written by an African-American woman, A Raisin in the Sun is a masterpiece that The New York Times credits with changing American theater forever. First produced in 1959 and adapted two years later into a now-classic film starring Sidney Poitier, A Raisin in the Sun is as powerful today as it was 50 years ago. Now Harlem Repertory Theatre presents the limited return of this incredible story to their stage — a story that follows the Youngers, an African-American family attempting to move from a crowded two-bedroom apartment into a “white” neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago. But a new house is just one of the Youngers’ many dreams. Three generations each yearn for different versions of a better life — whether it’s a business, or a spouse, or the right to live with long-denied dignity.
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Borislaw Bilash may be a mad scientist, but you and your family will be plenty happy when he takes you on this zany tour through the world of science. Over the course of this 75-minute show at The Playroom Theater in Manhattan, you’ll see a candle that moves water, a fire-less firefly and weaponized sugar, just to name a few of his unbelievable stunts. But these spectacular feats aren’t magic tricks — they’re just science in all its glory. After this mad scientist is done with you, you’ll never look at the natural world the same way again!
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This long-running New York City hit combines spectacular light and laser effects with masterful bubble artistry. The Yang family’s amazing transformation of ordinary soap bubbles has earned them international fame and 16 Guinness World Records. The Gazillion Bubble Show has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Late Show with David Letterman, Live with Regis and Kelly, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Fox & Friends, The View, the Today show and more. Young or old, this is an event the whole family will enjoy.
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In celebration of the legendary musical’s incredible 60th anniversary, Harlem Repertory Theatre presents Jamaica. A true Broadway treasure that opened in 1957 and made a theatrical star of Lena Horne, the show features a book by Fred Saidy and Yip Harburg and a score by the creative duo behind the unforgettable songs of The Wizard of Oz — Yip Harburg and Harold Arlen. Set just off the coast of Jamaica, the story centers on a simple island community in a fight to stave off the overreach of American commercialism. Surprising sets, colorful costumes and Calypso-inspired songs combine in Jamaica, coming to the stage of the Tato Laviera Theatre at Harlem Repertory in New York City.
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The smash-hit musical comedy series The Imbible is known for taking audiences on a booze-fueled journey through the history of spirits and cocktails. Now there’s a new edition, called Day Drinking: The Brunch Musical, which explores the quintessential New York brunch experience. Watch as four friends battle today’s always-connected, over-scheduled world to carve out time for brunch together in this fun and comedic off-Broadway musical. As they prepare for their gathering, they learn the stories behind not only well-known brunch drinks but also brunch itself, and come to appreciate the value of making time to break bread (or waffles) with those we love. And the friends on stage won’t be the only ones having fun — your ticket includes three cocktails to enjoy during the show: one build-your-own Bloody Mary, one authentic Irish coffee and one seasonal Bellini. Prepare to say “cheers” when Day Drinking: The Brunch Musical comes to The Green Room at New World Stages.
Discount Price:$20 - $45 (Regular Price: $85) BUY NOW
After dazzling audiences the world over — and winning the 2013 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical — an exciting new staging of Pippin comes to the Tato Laviera Theatre at Harlem Repertory in New York City. This updated version of the Broadway classic infuses the production with a modern lens, while still rocking the music and lyrics of Stephen Schwartz, the award-winning composer of Wicked and Godspell. With classic songs like “Corner of the Sky,” “No Time at All,” “Magic to Do” and “Extraordinary,” and recreated versions of Bob Fosse’s original choreography, this sexy and sophisticated version of Pippin tells the story of the son of Charlemagne, leader of the Holy Roman Empire, who goes on a death-defying journey to find meaning in life. He encounters love, sex, war and politics, and must ultimately choose between a life that’s ordinary or a flash of singular glory.
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If you miss The Sopranos and have watched Goodfellas and The Godfather too many times to count, then you’re gonna love seeing who gets Murdered by the Mob. This outrageous interactive comedy-mystery has been entertaining New York City audiences for more than 15 years. When one of the made men celebrating at Arno Ristorante is the victim of a hit, everyone’s a suspect — including you. So fugeddaboutit and enjoy an Italian dinner, dancing and an entertaining show while mingling with mobsters and matching wits with the cop who’s on the case.
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It seems only fitting that your ticket to A Spirited History of Drinking includes three craft cocktails. Sit back and enjoy them as world-renowned mixologist and raconteur Anthony Caporale takes you on a booze-fueled, musical journey through the history of spirits and cocktails. Joined by The Backwaiters, who lend their vocal stylings, this off-Broadway musical comedy is filled with tunes, drinks, science, live demonstrations, drinks, history, laughs and … did we mention drinks? A Spirited History of Drinking, The Imbible’s original production, is now in its fourth smash year and one of the 100 longest-running off-Broadway shows of all time — consistently rated by audiences as one of New York City’s best theater experiences. So head to The Green Room at New World Stages and say “bottoms up!”
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For more than 32 years, the mystery-thriller Perfect Crime has kept audiences guessing with its comic, romance-filled take on the whodunit, making it the longest-running non-musical play in New York City history. The complex, twisty story unfolds in the secluded Connecticut mansion of Harvard-educated psychiatrist Margaret Brent, who’s accused of murdering her wealthy British husband, and soon finds herself tangling with a handsome detective, who may just have fallen for her. Catherine Russell has starred as Brent, missing but a scant four performances, since the show opened in 1987, earning her a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
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The Secret Theatre presents Princess Particular, a new musical for children. This spirited and feisty young princess is used to getting what she wants, when she wants it, by golly. And today she wants to be a ballerina. But King Loadsadough and Queen Patience are way too distracted to deal with such trivialities. Fortunately, her four maids and the Chancellor and Lady in Waiting are on hand to help make the royal fussbudget’s dream come true! With lots of fun tunes and hilariously broad physical comedy, this delightful new show by Richard Mazda is a treat the whole family can enjoy — adults and kids alike.
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Sequins, reality television, and the complete works of Oscar Wilde: not much else survives in a secret bunker far in the fascist future. OSCAR at The Crown is an immersive nightclub musical detailing the rise and fall of one of history’s most flamboyant characters. And it’s about The Real Housewives and a minor character from that show The O.C. ¯\(ツ)/¯ And yes, it’s also about us: staring at our phones, wondering if our latest Instagram is going to flop and if the bombs have started flying yet. See you on the dance floor! Wear something cool! Don’t miss it at 3 Dollar Bill in Brooklyn.
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The Marriage of Figaro (Le Nozze Di Figaro) is a comic opera composed in 1786 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with an Italian libretto written by Lorenzo Da Ponte. It tells how the servants Figaro and Susanna succeed in getting married, foiling the efforts of their philandering employer Count Almaviva to seduce Susanna and teaching him a lesson in fidelity. A cornerstone of the repertoire, this opera appears consistently among the top ten of best operas ever written. This world premiere production will feature the Sephardic origins of Lorenzo Da Ponte and will be directed and adapted by David Serero. Starring David Serero as Figaro, enjoy The Marriage of Figaro in NYC at the Center for Jewish History.
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Christopher Shinn’s intimate and compassionate play, Dying City, is set in a spare Manhattan apartment, where a young widow receives an unexpected visit from the twin brother of her deceased husband. Dying City explores the human fallout of global events, including the Iraq War and the terrorist attacks of 9/11, through the interwoven stories of three unforgettable characters in this 2008 Pulitzer finalist from “one of our most provocative and probing playwrights” (The New York Times).
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What damage can a Ping-Pong ball do as it hurtles at 700 miles an hour through a vacuum tube? Can you see the shape of sound in a dancing flame? Find out the answers to these mind-bending questions and more when lifetime professional physics demonstrator David Maiullo brings his scientific “magic” to the off-Broadway stage in That Physics Show. Maiullo’s been a physics demonstrator at Rutgers University for over 20 years and has become a regular on The Weather Channel. His eye-opening performance features segments on everything from motion and momentum to sound waves and vibrations. See these feats of physics — described as a cross between Stomp, Blue Man Group and The Gazillion Bubble Show — at New York’s Playroom Theater.
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Who was your first kiss? What was your proudest moment? How would you like to relive it? How would you like to relive it … with a room full of strangers? If you’re brave enough, you might do just that when The Exuberant Theatre Company brings Your Life—Improvised! to the stage. This group of talented improv comics will dramatize the most important moments from audience members’ lives, re-imagining the scenes with a bit of improv magic for a unique and entertaining night at Broadway Comedy Club in New York. It’s the perfect night out for special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, bachelor(ette) parties and more.
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What if popularity came in a pill? Would you take it? In Be More Chill, achieving the “perfect life” is possible thanks to mysterious new technology — but it comes at a cost that’s not as easy to swallow. Rolling Stone calls it a “wow of a musical” with an “irresistible score.” Thrillingly exciting and comically subversive, this new musical takes on the competing voices in our heads, and ultimately proves there’s never been a better time in history to be yourself. Based on the novel by Ned Vizzini, Be More Chill brings the cool factor to New York’s Lyceum Theatre.
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With Sid King — the infamous owner of Sid King’s Crazy Horse Bar; “The Sultan of Striptease” — as his father, Mike King has certainly been no stranger to life’s quirkier side. The Fifth Dentist, written by Mike King and directed by Jonathan Cerullo, is King’s hilarious and heartwarming love letter to his late father. Get ready to laugh as he performs his engaging story about life as a dentist, a stand-up comedian and the son of a “nightclub” owner at New York City’s PIT Loft.
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Jackie Mason’s real-life love child, the comic Sheba Mason, stars in The Jackie Mason Musical at Porch Light Studio. This comedic chronicle looks at the decade-long tryst between the comedy icon and Sheba’s mother, playwright Ginger Reiter. The action starts when 46-year-old Jackie (played by David R. Gordon) spots twentysomething Ginger (played by Sheba) in a Miami deli in 1977. Jackie woos her while also courting Trixie, a gorgeous young Latina, and Rosa, a senior citizen with attitude, which causes Ginger some romantic distress. When Ginger becomes pregnant 10 years later, Jackie denies his paternity—while still yearning to be with her—and a complicated relationship begins. Enjoy original songs like “Ode to the Early Bird Special” and “I Never Met This Yenta,” which pepper Sheba’s major (and majorly hilarious) daddy issues.
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The title says it all — this is a unique evening of entertainment, even for New York City. Eight hunks display all of their charms as they celebrate the splendors of male nudity in comedy, song and dance. This sensational revue features 16 original songs, from the sassy opening number, “Gratuitous Nudity” to the hilarious “Bliss of a Bris.” Naked Boys Singing, which made its triumphant return to off-Broadway last year, has been hailed by audiences and critics alike as a sure-fire crowd pleaser for bachelorette parties, girls and boys nights out or just a roaring good time for anyone who appreciates the male form, a good laugh and great music.
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Emmy-nominated writer Bekah Brunstetter (This Is Us) takes a deep dive into politics in her latest off-Broadway drama, and as the daughter of a former North Carolina Republican senator, she no doubt has some insight into the subject. Public Servant introduces us to a newly elected county commissioner and his daughter, who’re determined to do some good in the world, or at least in their district. But a seemingly simple request to sign off on some paperwork turns out to be anything but straightforward. Theater Breaking Through Barriers (TBTB) brings this world-premiere play to the stage at the Clurman Theatre on New York’s Theatre Row.
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The stakes are high in this classic courtroom drama. A 19-year-old has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father and a jury of 12 men and women must decide his fate. These dozen nameless jurors find themselves in the role of potential executioner, but first they must face themselves, their biases and their own sense of justice. What starts as an open-and-shut case soon twists into an edge-of-your-seat drama as each juror begins to question the reasoning behind his or her vote in this brilliant and popular drama adapted from Reginald Rose’s play, originally titled Twelve Angry Men. Watch it all unfold at New York City’s Producers’ Club.
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Give the people what they want! That’s the concept behind Back By Popular Demand at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York City — a performance series that brings back popular Feinstein’s acts for an encore performance. Don’t miss this impressive variety of musical styles and other talents on display.
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Picture it: Atlantic City, July, 2019. Sophia Petrillo has gone missing! Your pals and confidants set out on an epic search to find her. In a series of hilarious “hot flashbacks,” Dorothy, Blanche and Rose find themselves singing and dancing their way through the Golden Girls’ most iconic moments; all the while in search for the next #TokenSophia. Will it be you?! The Golden Gays NYC (or GGNYC) burst onto the scene in 2017 — first at RuPaul’s DragCon then at the famed Rue-La-Rue Cafe. What began as a flashmob has now skyrocketed to sold-out engagements all over New York City and beyond. Their hit show Hot Flashbacks has played Off Broadway at Theatre Row and is currently in the midst of a standing two-year residency at The Laurie Beechman Theatre, New York’s premier destination for queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race. In 2018, GGNYC completed two successful tours, both with Hot Flashbacks and their Christmas spectacular Thank Yule For Being A Friend. GGNYC also is a part of RuPaul’s DragCon, taking place in NYC every September. The Golden Gays consists of Jason B. Schmidt (as Dorothy), Andy Crosten (as Blanche), and Gerry Mastrolia (as Rose) along with creative team of Mason Griffin (Music Director) and Anthony Giorgio-Schmidt (Director/Choreographer). A musical parody, their shows consists of live singing and dancing, along with hilarious sketches from the television show’s most memorable moments.
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A self-proclaimed “drinking club with a Shakespeare problem,” the merry members of New York’s Drunk Shakespeare Society invite you to The Lounge for a night of suds and sonnets, cocktails and couplets, booze and … well, you get the idea. As one member of this talented cast of lead-livered actors imbibes more than their fair share of liquid courage, an outrageous evening of theater ensues as they attempt to lead the rest of the cast through a Shakespeare story in just over one hour. Rest assured, the results will be sloppy, silly and occasionally iambic as the night devolves into inevitable debauchery.
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Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. come back to life — as crooning zombies — in The Rat Pack Undead, the NYC Halloween hit now coming to Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Showroom at the Claridge Hotel. You’ll no doubt dig these classic tunes, risen fresh from the grave and given a comically creepy twist, including “Come Die With Me,” “Get Me to the Crypt on Time,” “What Kind of Ghoul Am I?” and more, as the still-swinging trio of Ol’ Blue Eyes, Dino and the Candy Man sing, dance and lurch about the stage for a thoroughly entertaining show critics have raved “blew them away” and “left them wanting more.”
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Keep your friends close, and they’ll keep their darkest secrets even closer. In safeword., two New York City neighbors befriend another couple after one unlikely encounter. But plenty of secrets bubble beneath the surface of their new friendship, and when one incident reveals everything, they must all come to terms with the things they’ve kept hidden about themselves. From the creative team behind afterglow, this new Off-Broadway play takes the stage of the American Theatre of Actors in New York.
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Their moment to shine has finally arrived. This ongoing salute to Broadway and off-Broadway standbys, understudies and alternates showcases the talented performers who know their roles inside and out, yet rarely if ever get to step into the spotlight. Scheduled performers for this edition of the popular show are Zach Adkins (Anastasia), Kennedy Caughell (Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812), Erin Clemons (Hamilton), Kayla Davion (Waitress), Tony LePage (Come From Away), Madison Micucci (The Band’s Visit), Katie Sexton (The Play That Goes Wrong) and Eric Ulloa (On Your Feet!). Musical director Eugene Gwozdz provides accompaniment for At This Performance … on the stage of The Green Room 42 in New York City.
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New York City’s longest-running variety burlesque show, Le Scandal is an authentic, edgy and sexy cabaret featuring comedic, classic and neo-burlesque, circus and variety acts, live music and more. Le Scandal’s performers include the wildly talented likes of a sword-swallowing belly dancer, a contortionist, a lasso-trick cowboy, a sexy juggler-comedian, a trapeze striptease artist and countless other exciting, titillating acts. You can even participate in the Le Scandal Sex Quiz to win fun burlesque prizes.
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What You Can and Cannot Say During Interracial Sex! delves into the real-life story of husband-and-wife comedy duo Epstein and Hassan. The outspoken couple is known throughout the comedy and theater scenes for their hilarious, razor-sharp insights on topics others would consider taboo. This provocative show explores the couple’s 31-year marriage, during which they’ve grappled with issues of race, sex, money and spirituality in their own unique way. Be there as the pair puts politeness on the shelf and gets down to brass tacks at New York’s Alchemical Theatre Laboratory.
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Climb aboard, get your sea legs steady and get ready for adventure with the children’s musical Pirate Pete’s Parrot from The Secret Theatre in Queens. In the tradition of English pantomime shows (first produced in the 1700s and still wildly popular today), Pirate Pete’s Parrot delivers music, mischief and a boatload of laughs for both children and adults. The play revolves around Pete, a lovable rogue on a mission to find his runaway parrot, Polly. He decides it can’t hurt to try to find some some buried treasure as well, since he’s already on a journey. He still needs to make this month’s rent, after all. With Pete’s endearing crew of misfits, his adventures are filled with songs, sword fights and plenty of audience interaction.
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Experience the magic of Broadway like never before at BLANK! The Musical an astonishing and hysterical next-generation theatrical sensation at The Green Room 42 in New York. Each night, a talented ensemble takes to the stage — with no script, no rehearsal and no idea what will happen — to perform a brand-new smash hit musical that you will help create!
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Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic follows the (non)-adventures of a wizard named Wayne, his two somewhat familiar friends and the lovably underachieving members of a particular house, who are left to sit on the sidelines as a certain star student and his pals experience all the evil-battling excitement. This “alternative narrative for the underdog” (The Wall Street Journal) gives the magically-challenged Wayne his own hilariously heroic seven-year journey, in a show The New York Times says “exudes a joyful, winking fondness for all things Harry.” Muggle-born and others are invited to check out the show at its new home at New York’s New World Stages.
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Singing! Dancing! Paper! It’s a typical morning at Scranton’s third largest paper company until a documentary crew begins filming the lives of the employees of Dunder Mifflin, for no logical reason. That’s right, Dunder Mifflin is back in business, with a couple of twists. You’ll see all your favorite moments from the show, and I really mean ALL. In just two hours, the talented cast and crew cover all the marriage proposals, management changes, office parties, Dundie awards and other shenanigans that make up the best moments of all nine seasons of the show. Don’t miss this hilarious, unauthorized musical parody of the hit TV show, The Office, now playing at The Jerry Orbach Theater in New York City.
Discount Price:$20 - $37 (Regular Price: $57) BUY NOW
A theater company most terrible is about to stage a murder most foul … no good can come of this. Actually, these wannabe thespians will be lucky to make it through opening night without some real corpses stacking up, because this is The Play That Goes Wrong. And boy, does it. But what’s a chaotic series of mishaps for them makes for “the funniest play Broadway has ever seen” (Huffington Post) and proof that sometimes something’s so wrong it’s right. Broadway’s most award-winningest comedy, The Play That Goes Wrong has racked up more laurels than Caesar, conquering stages from Paris to London to Broadway, and now it’s returning to wreak hilarious havoc on New World Stages. See for yourself why Forbes said, “You’ll never have a better time in a theater!”
Discount Price:$20 - $59 (Regular Price: $97) BUY NOW
The worldwide phenomenon known as Blue Man Group is a wildly outrageous and engaging theatrical experience combining music, comedy and multimedia theatrics to create a totally unique form of entertainment. Plus, there’s a lot of fun audience interaction, as well as a pulsating finale with an original score. Audiences across the globe have experienced and loved this imaginative stage show for all ages and its exuberant nonverbal combination of comedy, art and science, not to mention the fabulous visual effects and Grammy-nominated music. The Astor Place Theatre production continues to reinvent itself, too, combining classic moments with exciting and fascinating new pieces that you have to see to believe.
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Audiences just can’t let Disney’s Frozen go. After sparking family sing-alongs and melting hearts around the world, the two-time Oscar-winning film hit the Broadway stage, brought to life by an all-star creative team of Tony and Oscar winners. The songwriters behind the earworm to end all earworms — “Let It Go” — expanded the film’s score with an avalanche of catchy new songs. Now this “jaw-dropping and poignant” spectacle (Variety) comes to St. James Theatre with “amazing special effects, eye-popping costumes and incredible performances” (Newsday). Don’t miss this enchanting story of two sisters pulled apart by a mysterious secret, and the epic adventure that brings them back together.
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A quartet of seasoned New York stand-ups star as four Italian-Americans waiting to participate in a group session with a shrink. But when it becomes obvious they’ve been stood up, they decide to give the therapy thing a shot on their own. Dubbed a “plomedy” for the way it mixes a traditional play with stand-up comedy, Shut Up, Sit Down & Eat is deliciously relatable, funny and heartfelt enough to have earned the play a"Best Unique Theatrical Experience" nomination from the Off-Broadway Alliance.
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Sweet Charity opened at the Palace Theatre on Broadway on July 15, 1967. It was an instant hit and earned its creator, Bob Fosse, a Tony Award for Best Choreographer. The Harlem Repertory Theatre is overjoyed to include this trend-setting classic musical in its 2018-19 season. The HRT’s production of Sweet Charity is converting the Black Box Theatre into The Fandango Ballroom – with a bar and welcoming male and female performers. Beer, wine, juice, and snacks will be available for purchase while the Fandango Ballroom boys and girls entertain you. This starkly realistic atmosphere will serve as a backdrop for the story of our heroine, Charity Hope Valentine, who fights to find “Someplace better than this….” Cy Coleman’s and Dorothy Fields’ amazing score includes the hits, “Big Spender,” “If They Could See Me Now” and “Where Am I Going.”
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If there’s a big Broadway anniversary to be celebrated, Feinstein’s/54 Below is where the party starts. Their series Musicals in Concert gathers top New York talent to pay tribute to the greatest shows of the Great White Way. Enjoy salutes to West Side Story, My Favorite Year, No Way to Treat a Lady, cast reunions from the musicals Lennon, Tamar of the River and more.
Discount Price:$15 - $148 (Regular Price: $30 - $170.50) BUY NOW
When a trio of African-American sisters, their mom and their white sister-in-law arrive for the funeral of the family matriarch, they begin to unearth mementos that lead them to look back at their own relationships as well as the history of black women, as told through the hit songs of each era. Dorothy Marcic’s musical takes you through the struggles of the ‘30s and the girl group sounds of the ’60s, right up to the power decade of the ’90s with songs form artists ranging from Billie Holiday to Beyoncé, including “Oh Happy Day,” “Mama Said,” “I Will Survive” and "A Woman’s Worth."
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At what point does the pursuit of the American Dream become an empty enterprise? Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s Road Show is a larger-than-life account of two brothers — schemer Wilson Mizner and his more thoughtful sibling Addison — who are inspired, by their dying father, to stake their claim on a piece of the world. Set during the Alaskan gold rush and the Florida real estate boom of the early 1900s, and loosely based on a true story, follow the Mizner brothers on their ambitious and ultimately ill-fated quest for gold. Road Show is part of the 2019 Encores! Off-Center season along with Promenade and Working: A Musical. These three seldom-performing gems each explore and re-examine the concept of the American Dream.
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Boasting sizzling songs, seductive dance numbers and a show biz story that packs a powerful punch, Chicago tells the tale of accused murderers Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, who’ll stop at nothing to get the attention of the press and celebrity attorney Billy Flynn. During the showy decadence of the 1920s, their malicious crimes turn them into media darlings, producing a barrage of sensational headlines, the likes of which could just as easily be ripped from today’s tabloids. A smash on Broadway (winning six Tony Awards) and on the big screen (winning six Academy Awards), this biting satire features the unforgettable songs of Kander and Ebb, including “All That Jazz,” “Cell Block Tango” and many more hits. Enjoy this musical trip back to a time when a little razzle-dazzle made everything just fine in this dazzling production at the Ambassador Theatre in the heart of Broadway.
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They were just four guys from Jersey, until they sang their very first note. They had a sound nobody had ever heard … and the radio just couldn’t get enough of. But while their harmonies were perfect on stage, off stage it was a very different story — a story that made them an international sensation all over again. Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony Award-winning true-life musical phenomenon Jersey Boys. From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this is the musical that’s just too good to be true. Featuring top ten hits like “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Walk Like a Man,” this production is directed by Des McAnuff, with book by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice, music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe.
Discount Price:$75 (Regular Price: $89 - $99) BUY NOW
The Players Theatre presents its annual Short Play Festival in the intimate, 50-seat Steve and Marie Sgouros Theatre. Each week, the festival will feature works from five different playwrights presenting their own unique tales inspired by New York City. Presented in the form of a short play, these stories will get to the vibrant, beating heart of the Big Apple, exploring exactly what makes the city come alive and never sleep. You’ll vote for your favorite play of the night, and at the end of week the winner will receive a cash prize based on audience votes. Please see the full event listing for the lineup of each week’s plays.
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Tony-nominated musical Rock of Ages returns to Off-Broadway’s New World Stages (where it first premiered) to celebrate a full decade since its wildly successful Broadway run from 2009 to 2015. So fire up the Aqua Net and ploof up those shoulder pads as you prepare to rock out to the music of Journey, Starship, Twisted Sister, Foreigner and Pat Benatar.
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Shakespeare’s strikingly current play speaks powerfully about impossible moral choices in the story of the devout novice whose faith is tested when her brother is sentenced to death.
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NEW YORK PREMIERE. In the South Side Chicago of the 1930s, Bigger Thomas takes a job in a wealthy white man’s house, violently and irrevocably sealing his fate.
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This documentary theater piece follows a Muslim family based in Queens, New York and the wedding of the oldest daughter, Mariam. Throughout the events of the wedding, all four of the siblings are forced to confront the reality of their identities, battling the stigmas around mental health, arranged marriages, drug addiction and queerness. In the midst of this ceremony, these secrets get exposed to each other and the community around them. Sharum recalls true events in these scenarios that capture the responses of their parents, and the ways it permanently affects their family dynamic.
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Academy Award nominee Adam Driver (Star Wars, Girls) and Golden Globe winner Keri Russell (The Americans, Felicity) star in the acclaimed drama by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lanford Wilson. When a mysterious death brings together two unlikely strangers, their explosive connection sparks a chemistry too fiery to ignore. The New York Times raves, “Decades from now, people will be speaking with gratified wonder of Adam Driver’s performance.” “Keri Russell is luminous, bringing emotional authenticity and quiet yearning to her role. Burn This ignites and smolders in director Michael Mayer’s revival.” (The Hollywood Reporter). Also starring Tony nominees David Furr and Brandon Uranowitz, “Burn This feels rare and refreshing in American theater” (New York Magazine). Don’t miss this smoldering story of love and raw attraction by one of the most vital playwrights of the modern era.
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New York City Opera is the only opera company in the country with a Pride initiative committed to producing opera every June for Pride Month, celebrating the culture and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community. This initiative began with City Opera’s New York premiere of Péter Eötvös’s Angels in America in the 2016/17 season and continued through the 2017/18 season with the American premiere of Charles Wuorinen’s Brokeback Mountain. The company will continue its Pride series in the 2018/19 season with two operas: a co-production of As One with American Opera Projects and the world premiere of Stonewall. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the modern LGBTQ+ civil rights movement, Stonewall is a moving and explosive new American opera that captures the rage, grit, humor and, finally, hope of the LGBTQ+ community’s uprising in a Greenwich Village dance club on one hot night in June 1969. Stonewall will feature a diverse cast, including a first on the operatic stage. It is the first opera commissioned by a major company to feature a trans character expressly written to be sung by a trans performer. New York City Opera commissioned composer Iain Bell, librettist Mark Campbell, and director Leonard Foglia to create Stonewall. It will be produced at the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center June 21-28, 2019 as New York City hosts World Pride 2019.
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of such works as Time Stands Still and Dinner with Friends returns to MTC with a funny, unsettling, ultimately moving play about the limits of compassion and filial obligation. When troubled Billy appears out-of-the-blue in his estranged brother David’s Wall Street office, he soon tries to re-insert himself into the comfortable life David has built with his philanthropist wife and college-age son. What does Billy really want? Can he be trusted? And how much can family bonds smooth over past rifts? Tony winner Daniel Sullivan (Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes and Proof at MTC) directs this riveting new work from one of today’s greatest observers of modern life, Donald Margulies.
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After a sold-out run at The Public Theater, a record-breaking engagement at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and unanimous praise from New York and national critics and audiences alike, Emmy Award-winner John Leguizamo stands at the head of the class in his new one-man tour de force, Latin History for Morons. When his son gets a school assignment on heroes, John seizes the chance to teach him all about the great figures of the Latino world. But once he sets out on his irreverent, crash course across three continents and 3,000 years of history — from conquistadores to cumbia, Montezuma to Pitbull — he uncovers provocative truths that shock even him. Watch Leguizamo bring his mad genius to the stage — in what The Daily Beast called a “truly electric” performance — at State Theatre New Jersey.
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Axis Company — 20th Anniversary Season! The Dust Bowl: 1930-1939. The Great American Desert of the Texas and Oklahoma plains was an unimaginably blank landscape. Destroyed by the greed of wheat farmers who plowed under the bluestem and buffalo grass that held the dirt in place, the plains blew up into the air in dust storms that packed enough static electricity to power the city of New York. Ten years of drought marked by short rains black with soil made people believe they were truly witnessing the end of the world. Last Man Club is about one of the desolate families who stayed. With no one else around for a hundred miles, Major’s busted family live in a one room dugout as he tries to reconcile himself to the fact that his own kin has taken the money and run. Out of the biggest storm in the history of the Dust Bowl — 200 miles wide, 15,000 feet high — come two desperate men promising a way out….
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Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony Award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We’re Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.
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Enter the romantic world of Tommy, Lauren and Jason, the three central characters in Bobby Lang’s theatrical work, My World. Tommy is a gifted student on the verge of becoming a lawyer. His many years of hard work and personal sacrifice are about to finally pay off. That’s when Tommy’s personal life was rocked by betrayal. He found out that Tammy, the love of his life, had been secretly seeing another man. Devastated by Tammy’s betrayal, Tommy quickly ended their relationship. Tommy reacquaints with an old friend named Lauren. Tommy informed Lauren about a promising new relationship with a young woman named Nina. He loves spending time with Nina, but he finds it difficult to trust her. As their relationship progresses, he begins to observe subtle changes in her behavior. Jason and Tommy are good friends that work together as theater promoters. Their current project is an off-Broadway play titled It Iz What It Is. Tommy then requests a favor of Jason. Lauren has been dating a man named Pete. Jason is also a friend of Lauren’s. Jason is secretly in love with her. He knows his reputation for being a ladies’ man hinders his chances of having a romantic relationship with her. Nevertheless, Jason hopes that one day Lauren will recognize how much he cares for her. He now finds himself in an awkward position that will change all of their relationships forever…
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Stephanie Rosenberg, aka The Empress of Broadway, pulls back the curtain to sing songs from the shows she’s produced and tell tales of what it takes to be a part of Broadway. Songs set to be included from the hit New York shows Anastasia, Matilda, On The Town, The Lightning Thief, Groundhog Day, Last Smoker in America, With Love Marilyn, the current Broadway smash Moulin Rouge and more!
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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Stonewall and World Pride coming to New York with this gay-themed musical comedy performed completely in the buff. Yes, these naked boys sing, but they also dance, act and impart a message that love knows no barriers, especially when there’s nothing but a birthday suit between us. And isn’t that a message the pride activists of the past would approve of?
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From Be More Chill writer and Tony® nominee Joe Iconis comes an electric musical comedy with an irresistible soulful, new score: Broadway Bounty Hunter. Down-on-her-luck actress Annie (Annie Golden, Orange is the New Black) has just about had it with showbiz, when along comes a gig no one could have predicted: the opportunity to become a real-life, Kung Fu-fighting bounty hunter. Suddenly this woman of a certain age is going from bad auditions on the streets of New York to beating up bad guys in the jungles of South America – and discovering her true badass identity along the way. Following a sold-out, critically acclaimed run at Barrington Stage Company, a re-imagined, brand-new production of Broadway Bounty Hunter is ready to take over New York City with a killer cast of singing, dancing, karate-chopping characters and a powerhouse band. Get ready, ‘cause here she comes.
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On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the much lauded homo poet Walt Whitman’s birth and the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, The Bearded Ladies Cabaret is throwing a pageant for the ancestors. Part trial, part birthday, part funeral, this spectacle will feature original music performed by a host of misfits, drag artists, queers and a local choir. Come with friends, complaints, heroes and villains alike. All are welcome to the death, birth, and reckoning of the great poet.
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Anthony Pinnunziato, a gay Italian-American from a large chaotic family, wants to marry his boyfriend Andrew Polinski in a traditional Italian ceremony. Anthony’s overbearing mother won’t give her blessing unless Andrew’s estranged mother also gives her blessing and the ceremony is performed by a priest. Matters are further complicated by Andrew’s ex-boyfriend, intent on breaking up the couple. My Big Gay Italian Wedding satirizes the controversy surrounding same-sex marriage while drawing on larger than life gay and Italian characters.
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Whose Line Is It Anyway meets The Tony Awards! Every song is fresh. Every scene is new. Every night is different. It’s all improvised and it’s all funny. The New York Times calls Broadway’s Next Hit Musical “Hilarious!” Time Out NY says “At last! A musical of, for, and by the people.” Broadway’s Next Hit Musical is the only unscripted theatrical awards show. Have you heard of the Tony awards? Well, Broadway’s Next Hit Musical is … The PHONY Awards! The audience members write down made up song titles and our master improvisers gather these suggestions and present them as “nominated songs” for this coveted award. We create spontaneous scenes and songs filled with great dancing, catchy melodies, and tons of laughter. The audience votes for their favorite song and watches as the cast turns that song into a full blown improvised musical – complete with memorable characters, witty dialogue, and plot twists galore.
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The Golden Girls Musical Parody: Pride Edition is coming to HERE in NYC for three drag-tastic weeks only to celebrate WorldPride, NYC Pride and Stonewall 50. The New York Times calls it “Hilariously Outsized!” and Edge New York calls it, “Letter perfect. Brilliant!” TheaterMania calls it: “A highly irreverent, yet loving send-up of TV’s The Golden Girls that proves to be simultaneously evocative of the greatest moments from the original sitcom and a show with a voice all its own.” The Golden Girls are getting ready for the annual Shady Pines Retirement Home Gay Pride Talent Show when down-on-his-luck guest star Ricky Martin moves in next door. His wild, all-night salsa sessions distract the ladies from getting their much-needed rehearsal. What ensues is a hilarious feud that can only end with one act as the most talented “queens” of Shady Pines. Featuring an original pop score, a 1980s fashion show, and The Ultimate Golden Girls Trivia Challenge.
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In Midnight Street, amid the dark and dangerous underbelly of the city, a trio plays out a seductive and lethal turf war against a vivid musical landscape. The cast of Midnight Street features Emily Afton, Rafael Jordan and Lenny Wolpe.
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Quilt, A Musical Celebration is a unique and affecting work that celebrates and remembers both those who died from AIDS and those who have survived or been left behind. Based on true stories from friends and loved ones who were left behind, the musical is a living history for a new generation. Pairing professional and amateur artists from around the country, Quilt is a celebration of the people, the tears, the memories, and even the laughter and love, surrounding the deadliest plague in American history. Join our coalition of activists, artists and community advocacy organizations, as we mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, honor our past, and band together to do good for people living with HIV/AIDS throughout NYC and around the world.
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Four aspiring Hollywood go-getters navigate an industry of long hours, secret alliances and emotional manipulation in the quest to advance the careers of their bosses — all at the expense of their own. Don’t miss Assistants: The Musical at the Players Theatre in New York City.
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After a sold-out run at The Public Theater, a record-breaking engagement at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and unanimous praise from New York and national critics and audiences alike, Emmy Award-winner John Leguizamo stands at the head of the class in his new one-man tour de force, Latin History for Morons. When his son gets a school assignment on heroes, John seizes the chance to teach him all about the great figures of the Latino world. But once he sets out on his irreverent, crash course across three continents and 3,000 years of history — from conquistadores to cumbia, Montezuma to Pitbull — he uncovers provocative truths that shock even him. Watch Leguizamo bring his mad genius to the stage — in what The Daily Beast called a “truly electric” performance — at New York’s Apollo Theater.
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This absurdist musical comedy from 1965, described by The New York Times in a 1983 revival as “a mixture of Candide and Samuel Beckett viewed through Lewis Carroll’s looking glass,” tracks the crazy journey of a pair of unnamed fugitives who wander through the world of the rich and poor while on the lam from the law. Written by the “mother of avant-garde theater,” Maria Irene Fornes, with “an eclectic musical blend” by Al Carmines, this zany production of Promenade comes to New York City Center as part of an Encores! Off-Center season featuring seldom-produced plays that explore the American Dream.
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Based on Studs Terkel’s groundbreaking book of first-person interviews, Working: A Musical is a powerful and affecting look at the lives of several very different American workers who express their insecurities, dreams and struggles as they search for an identity beyond their job titles. Featuring two new songs by Hamilton impresario Lin-Manuel Miranda, this production from Encores! Off-Center adds a whole new level of clout and resonance for the modern age. See it at the New York City Center and be powerfully reminded that though there is much that divides us, we are all united by the need to work, and to find meaning in the work that we do.
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You’ll be amazed, and no doubt amused, as a talented cast of seasoned improvisers creates Broadway’s Next Hit Musical — off-Broadway at New York’s Theater Center — right before your very eyes. Experience the entire process as the audience’s best song suggestions are turned into a full-blown off-the-cuff musical complete with memorable characters, witty dialogue and plot twists. Every song is fresh, every scene is new and every show is different in this spontaneous and totally unpredictable evening of music and comedy, billed as Whose Line Is It Anyway? meets the Tony Awards. The New York Times has called the show “hilarious,” and Time Out NY says “At last! A musical of, for and by the people.”
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As big and brash as its subject, Ink makes headlines with its colorful take on the birth of the British tabloid industry and its prescient prediction of the power of social media, resulting in six 2019 Tony nods, including Best Play. Set in swinging late ‘60s London, James Graham’s Faustian drama finds the Mephistophelian Rupert Murdoch (Tony winner Bertie Carvel) manipulating traditional Fleet Street journalist Larry Lamb (Jonny Lee Miller of Elementary) into selling his proverbial soul for a splashy new style of news reporting. But then Lamb’s got to lead his ragtag gang of underdog reporters on a mission to slaughter the staid competition. The Wall Street Journal calls this MTC drama at the Samuel Friedman Theatre in New York “indelibly entertaining,” while Ben Brantley of The New York Times has deemed it a Critic’s Pick, dubbing it “invigorating, abounding in adrenaline,” and calling out “the exquisite Bertie Carvel … and the terrific Jonny Lee Miller.” Director Rupert Goold also scored a Tony nod for his imaginative, industrial-inspired production.
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Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald and two-time Academy Award and Tony Award nominee Michael Shannon turn up the heat as two lonely souls who meet for a one-night-stand — but discover a connection deeper than they ever expected. Over a night filled with intimate thoughts and outlandish coincidences, meatloaf sandwiches and moonlit dreams, piano suites and the sweetest talk, they realize that making love is easy — falling in love is hard. Get swept off your feet at Terrence McNally’s Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune, directed by downtown visionary Arin Arbus. It’s more than a one-night-stand. It’s one night of theater you’ll never forget.
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Anyone who’s ever looked for love — whether online or “IRL” (that’s “in real life” to you noobs) — is sure to get a kick out of this fast-paced, interactive comedy that cleverly combines laugh-out-loud observations about the world of online dating with a fascinating social experiment. Made up of actual dialogue from interactions on the dating site OkCupid, #DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment uses original music, improvisation and multimedia elements to transpose real-life characters from the online world to NYC’s Westside Theatre. As research for the show, the writer of #DateMe cleverly posted 38 “undateable” fake character profiles on the country’s most popular dating website and encountered a host of hilarious and strange singles — all looking to find love in a virtual landscape. Swipe right and see why #DateMe has been called “a laugh-out-loud comedy experience” (Chicago Splash Magazine) and the “perfect night out!” (Time Out Chicago).
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There’s never been a musical about Star Wars — no, the infamous holiday special definitely doesn’t count — but now all your Dagobah dreams are about to come true, as a pair of former Staten Island Blockbuster clerks bring both sides of the Force to the off-Broadway stage. Together Taylor, aka the “Millennial Falcon,” and the slightly-older Scott, or “Gen-X Winger,” have created an epic songfest that celebrates all the magic, mayhem and fandom fun of Star Wars. But faster than Han Solo can make the Kessel run, their costar — an actress and activist — suddenly lets loose with a galaxy-shaking admission, threatening the very existence of A Musical About Star Wars. Enjoy it, you will, at the Kirk Theatre in New York.
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How will the Constitution shape the next generation of women? Heidi Schreck earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions, but the stories and lives of the women in her family shape her new perspective on America’s cornerstone document. What The Constitution Means To Me, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, features a live onstage debate, plus charm and humor galore in its exploration of America’s groundwork.
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You’ve seen King Kong on the big screen, but now you can feel what it’s really like to be in the presence of a 20-foot-tall, 2,000-pound ape, because King Kong is roaring into the Broadway Theatre in a new musical spectacle befitting its supersized namesake. An award-winning creative team brought this globetrotting adventure to life using an innovative mix of robotics, puppetry, music and stagecraft. As the production transports you from Depression-era New York to the mysterious Skull Island, you’ll get swept up in this story of a fearless young actress who finds an unexpected kindred spirit in this magnificent, untameable creature. Buckle up for adventure and discover why Entertainment Weekly wrote, “You’ve never seen anything like King Kong on stage. Ever.”
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The Prom teams up with Kenneth Cole to launch a month of LGBTQ Pride content celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots for LGBTQ equality. Cast members and Tony nominees Caitlin Kinnunen, Brooks Ashmanskas and Beth Leavel have joined the Tied With Pride campaign, honoring members of the LGBTQ community. The comedy celebrates diversity, equality, small American towns and a love we all share for Broadway.
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The hilarious antics of beloved senior roommates Dorothy, Blanche, Rose and Sophia made The Golden Girls the must-see TV show of the ‘80s. This loving send-up features the original cast of The Golden Girls Live from New York City returning to celebrate another year at the Producers’ Club. VIP guests even get a photo-op with the cast after the show, so bring your smartphone or camera! This drag parody finds the silver-haired ladies reunited at the funeral of Dorothy’s second husband.
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Long before Carole King became a chart-topping music legend, she was Carol Klein, a girl from Brooklyn. Beloved for penning such iconic pop classics as “You’ve Got a Friend” and “I Feel the Earth Move,” she fought her way into the record business as a teenager and ultimately flourished, writing hits for some of the biggest acts in rock ‘n’ roll. But it wasn’t until her personal life began to crack that she finally found her true voice. Beautiful is the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history. It’s no surprise that Beautiful — The Carole King Musical won a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album of 2015. See this unforgettable show at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre in New York City.
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The all-star benefit concert Arts for Autism is back at New York’s Gershwin Theatre, raising awareness and funds for nonprofit Autism Speaks. Back again to host is Kelli O’Hara, Tony Award winner for Best Lead Actress in a Musical for The King and I. She’ll deliver an unforgettable night of Broadway’s biggest hits performed by the show’s star-studded cast, including Adam Jacobs (Aladdin_), Betsy Wolfe (_Waitress) and stars of The Cher Show, Wicked, Jersey Boys, Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, Billy Elliot and the Metropolitan Opera. They’ll be joined by professional dancers and young artists from across the nation who’ve auditioned for the opportunity be part of this powerful event.
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There are more World War II stories than you can count, but Black Angels Over Tuskegee tells a story you won’t see in most of them. It’s the ultimate underdog tale, the journey of six trailblazing black men who want to fly. At the time, the military was segregated, and the brave black pilots and their support team that became known as the Tuskegee Airmen faced not only the dangers of war but also racial discrimination from within and outside the military. Black Angels Over Tuskegee, now at St. Luke’s Theatre, tells the true story of six men attempting to become Tuskegee Airmen. The play explores their collective struggle with Jim Crow laws, their intelligence, their patriotism, their dreams of an inclusive fair society and the brotherhood they found in each other as they persevered — and excelled — in the face of the enormous obstacles acting against them.
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In this classic Agatha Christie whodunit (originally called Ten Little Indians), eight strangers are lured by a cryptic invitation to a deserted island and left stranded there with only two household servants for company. Ten little soldier statues sit on the mantelpiece, with a nursery rhyme that describes how each of the miniature soldiers dies, “until there were none.” A mysterious voice accuses each of the guests of having gotten away with murder — and then one of them drops dead. Can the other “soldiers” discover the identity of the murderer before they all fall prey to this sadistic trap? Get your sleuthing cap on as the AlphaNYC Theater Company presents this timeless murder mystery at The Producers’ Club.
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