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Perhaps you pause for a moment and stand to admire the art deco lobby before making your way to your seat.
After a hush, the curtain slowly rises, the music swells, and Rockettes appear. And a bond that connects four women who meet once a year for a photo shoot, chronicling their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate love, careers, children, and world events.
Sreedhara Akkihebbalu The Choreo Joey Project performing Stay Dry Choreographer: Stephen Hill New York City's finest improvisers join forces with the city's finest poets in a unique format: part comedy, part poetry, part theater, part UNPREDICTABILITY.
It all begins with an exquisite corpse (aka poem) written collaboratively by the audience.
Addy and Uno is a heartfelt and hilarious journey celebrating hope, big dreams, and the beauty of differences.
Sherri Rosen-Mason is head of the admissions department at the Hillcrest School, fighting to diversify the student body.
Note: This show is recommended for ages 18 and up because of its language and nudity.
Children under the age of four are not permitted in the theater. Disney's smash-hit movie Aladdin has made its way to the Broadway stage!
Fueling the proceedings is the work of published poets, national slam champions, and up-and-comers from around the world.Uno has plenty of mathematical ability, but he also has a disability: autism.In this new musical, which features a cast of puppets as well as people, Uno gains the courage to enter his school's math competition with help from friends who face challenges of their own: Addy has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; Melody is visually impaired; Seemore has hearing loss; and RJ uses a wheelchair.(Among the cast are performers and poets featured on This American Life, the Onion, and Chicago's Second City.) The whole shebang ends with the performance of a poem inspired by the show and written on the spot. The fall lineup includes an adaptation of Roberto Bolaño's novel Distant Star presented by the theater company Caborca (September 14-October 1); Blackouts by "Drag fabulist" Dickie Beau (October 5-8); Katherine Brook, Toni Enelow, and Taylor Brook's The Power of Emotion: The Apartment (October 11-21); Shaun Irons and Lauren Petty's Why Why Always, featuring Jim Fletcher (October 12-29).Wintertime will see Jack and the Beanstalk, created by disabled actor and writer Mat Fraser and feminist art star Julie Atlas Muz (December 6-23).
In 2018, the venue will present Fabrice Melquiot and Paul Desveaux's Pollock, featuring Jim Fletcher and Birgit Huppuch (February 15-25); Modesto Flako Jimene's Listen for My Dear Brooklyn (March 14-31); Deborah Stein and Suli Holum's The Wholehearted (March 15-April 1); Eliza Bent's Aloha, Aloha or When I Was Queen (April 4-21); Elevator Repair Service's Everyone's Fine With Virginia Woolf, written by Kate Scelsa and directed by John Collins (late May-June 17); and the Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble's Month of a Million Likes (June 7-30).