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The Accidental Pervert
Thirteenth St. Repertory Company 50 West 13th Street (between 5th and 6th Ave) 212-352-3101 www.theaccidentalpervert.com
Andrew Goffman play, directed by Charles Messina. What it's about: A boy's journey into manhood after discovering his dad's video tapes hidden in a bedroom closet. Andrew subsequently develops an addiction that continues until the age of 26, when he meets his wife to be, and finds himself struggling to find the balance between fantasy and reality.< Open run, Every Friday and Saturday at 7pm. Run Time: 90 minutes, no intermission. Tickets $49 Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes.
Judith Light Stars in Neil LaBute's New Solo Show All the Ways to Say I Love You
MCC at Lucille Lortel 121 Christopher St
Judith Light stars in Neil LaBute's new solo show. Leigh Silverman will direct: From 9/06/16; opening 9/28/16; closing 10/09/16. What it's about: Happily married Faye Johnson, a high school English teacher and guidance counselor recounts her experiences with a favored student from her past, gradually revealing the truth that is hidden just beneath the surface details of her life.
Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater 416 West 42nd Street (212) 279-4200
New York premiere by Julia Cho, directed By Kate Whoriskey. Cast: Tim Kang, Sue Jean Kim, Jessica Love, Stephen Park Michael Pottsand Joseph Steven Yang. From 8/19/16; opening 9/12/16; closing 10/02/16. What it's about: A man (Mr. Kang) shares a bowl of berries, and a young woman (Ms. Kim) falls in love. A world away, a mother prepares a bowl of soup to keep her son (Mr. Park) from leaving home. And a son (Mr. Park) cooks a meal for his dying father (Mr. Kang) to say everything that words can't. In short, the making of a perfect meal is an expression more precise than language, and the medium through which life gradually reveals itself. Scenic design by Derek McLane, costume design by Jennifer Moeller and lighting design by Peter Kaczorowski. Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7PM, Thursdays and Fridays at 8PM, Saturdays at 2:30 PM & 8PM and Sundays at 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM.
Lion Theater 410 W. 42nd St. 212/239-6200
A new play by Elda Cusick, directed by Ed Setrakian. Cast: Thomas G. Waites, James McCaffrey, Rochelle Bostrom, AJ Cedeno, Michaela Waites. From 7/23/16; opening; 8/04/16; closing 9/10/16. Wednesday through Friday evenings at 8pm; Saturdays at 2pm & 8pm; and Sunday matinees at 3pm. Special added performance Tuesday July 26th at 7pm. Running Time: 90 minutes without an intermission. What it's about: 2 brothers discover what the hell of Hell's Kitchen really is. Austin, a recovering alcoholic, wants his family back. He lives in his childhood room in the family brownstone filled with ruthless memories and sad ghosts along with his younger brother. Their world quickly turns upside down with the arrival of a young counselor from Austin's rehab, who comes to help Austin create a garden in the neglected back yard. Avenue Q
New World Stages at 50th and Eighth Avenue 212/239-6200 www.avenueq.com.
No sooner did the Tony Award winning puppet musical end its 6-year run on Broadway (22 previews and 2,534 performances), than producer Kevin McCollum announced the first ever reverse transfer of a show from Broadway to Off-Broadway. However, it's not returning to its original downtown off-Broadway home (the Vineyard), but remains uptown at the largest venue of the New World Stages complex. The re-opening will begin 10/13/09 and play Mon
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 and 8 PM and Sundays at 3 and 7:30 PM. Tickets from $86.50 to $66.50. For details about the show see our reviews of the Broadway and original off-broadway productionhere
The Babylon Line
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theate at Lincoln Center
Richard Greenberg's new play, directed by Terry Kinney. Cast: Maddie Corman, Randy Graff, Julie Halston, Michael Oberholtzer, Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Reaser and Frank Wood. What it's about: Set in 1967, Radnor will star as a Greenwich Village bohemian and writer who forms a special connection with one of his students, to be played by Reaser. From 11/10/16; opening 12/05/16. Sets by Richard Hoover, costumes by Sarah J. Holden, lighting by David Weiner, and sound by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen.
The Band's Visit
Atlantic Theater's Linda Gross Theater 336 West 20th Street
World premiere musical based on the screenplay by Eran Kolirin. Book by Itamar Moses, music and lyrics by David Yazbek, drected by David Cromer. What it's about: An Egyptian Police Band arrives in Israel to play a concert. After a mix up at the border, they are sent to a remote village in the middle of the desert. With no bus until morning and no hotel in sight, these unlikely travelers are taken in by the locals. Under the spell of the desert sky, their lives become intertwined in the most unexpected ways. The original screenplay received 36 major international award. Cast: George Abud, Bill Army, John Cariani, Katrina Lenk, Erik Liberman, Andrew Polk, Rachel Prather, Jonathan Raviv, Sharone Sayegh, Kristen Sieh, Tony Shalhoub, Alok Tewari. from 11/11/16; opening 12/08/16; closing 12/18/16.
New York premiere of Conor McPherson's adaptation of Daphne DuMaurier story. directed by Stefan Dzeparoski. From 9/09/16; opening 9/15/16; closing 10/02/16. Thursday at 7:30 PM; Friday and Saturday at 8:30PMm Sunday at3:30 PM. What it's about: In an isolated house, strangers Nat and Diane take shelter from relentless masses of mad attacking birds. While they find temporary sanctuary, there is no electricity, little food, and a surviving neighbor may be stalking them. When another refugee arrives with news of the outside world, paranoia takes hold of this makeshift fortress. Cast: Antoinette LaVecchia, Tony Naumovski, Mia Hutchinson-Shaw. Konstantin Roth (set design); Kia Rogers (lighting design);Kate R. Mincer(costume design); Ien DeNio (sound design); David J. Palmer* (video design).
Black Angels Over Tuskegee
Actors Temple Theater 339 West 47th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New historical drama by writer-director Layon Gray. Cast: Lamman Rucker , Demetrius Gross, Thom Scott II, Antonio Charity, Layon Gray, David Wendell Boykins, Derek Shaun, Jay Jones, and Rich Skidmore. From 1/29/10; opening 2/15/10. What it's about: Based on true events. Six men explore their collective struggle with Jim Crow, their intelligence, patriotism, dreams of an inclusive fair society, and brotherhood as they become the first African American fighter pilots in the U.S. Army Air Forces. Monday, Friday and Saturday evening at 8 PM, and Sundays at 5 PM. Tickets $31.50 and $56.50 Update: Besides move to Actor's Temple, news is that Tobias Truvillion joins the cast which also includes Lawrence Saint-Victor who is now rotating with Lamman Rucker. Open run. Our Review.
Blue Man Group
Astor Place, 423 Lafayette St. ((Astor Place/W. 4th St) 254-4370.
An extraordinary downtown hit. For details see Review.
The Westside Theatre - Upstairs 407 West 43rd Street
The 2015 York Theater product will be remounted at the West Side theater in a new updated, expanded and revised version. From 3/16/16; opening 4/03/16 for an open-ended run. Robert Creighton will be joined by his original cast members. The creative team: James Morgan (set), Chip Schoonmaker (costumes), Michael Gilliam (lights), Janie Bullard (sound), and Mark Pirolo (projections). Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m., Thursday & Friday at 8:00 p.m., Saturday at 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. and Sunday at 3:00 p.m. our re-review.
The Play company at La MaMa
NY premiere by Christopher Chen, directed by Lee Sunday Evans. From 8/17/16; opening 8/28/16; closing 9/17/16. Cast: Leslie Fray, Murphy Guyer, Jennifer Lim, and Louis Ozawa Changchien. Designed by Arnulfo Maldonado, Junghyun Georgia Lee, Jeremy S. Bloom and Barbara Samuels. Monday - Saturday at 7.30pm.
A Day By the Sea
The Mint Theater at the Beckett on Theatre Row 410 W. 42nd Street
Firrst NY revival of N.C. Hunter play, directed By Austin Pendleton. Cast: Julian Elfer, Katie Firth, Philip Goodwin, Sean Gormley, Polly McKie, Kylie McVey, George Morfogen, Mark Anderson Phillips, Athan Sporek, Jill Tanner. Scenic design by Charles Morgan; costume design by Martha Hally; lighting design by Xavier Pierce; and sound design by Jane Shaw. From 7/23/16; opening 8/25/16; closing 9/24/16. Tuesday - Thursday 7pm Friday & Saturday 8pm Saturday & Sunday 2pm. What it's about: Julian Anson, a once-promising Foreign Service employee, confronts professional disappointment and personal failure while picnicking along the English seaside. Jolted into the realization that maybe it's not too late he seizes an opportunity to correct his past mistakes and start fresh . . .but will the results be any different?
Dead Shot Mary
Bridge Theatre at Shetler Studios 244 W 54th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue 212-868-4444, www.smarttix.com or www.deadshotmary.com.
Written by Robert K. Benson and directed by Stephen Kaliski. What it's about: Pioneer for women in law enforcement Mary Shanley who joined the NYPD in 1931, quickly becoming a Gotham all-star and tabloid sensation. During her 30-year career, she worked undercover to achieve a staggering 1000 career arrests, became the fourth woman in history to make detective 1st grade, and then nearly lost it all. Cast: Rachel McPhee as Shanley. From 9/09/16; opening; closing 10/15/16. Monday, Wednesday – Saturday at 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM. No performance 9/10 or 9/17. Added performance 9/13. Tickets, which are $20 during previews; $35 for regular performances.
Westside Theatre W. 43rd Street
This is a return engagement of the musical comedy written by Dennis T. Giacino that recently had a successful run at the Theatre at St. Clement's --- Our Review. it returns to Manhattan for an open-ended run starting 3/13/15, and with the original cast.
Barrow Street Theatre 27 Barrow Street at 7th Avenue (From 1 at Christopher Street walk 1 block South on 7th Avenue to Barrow-- From A, C, E, B, D, F and M at West 4th walk West on 4th Street and turn left on Barrow) http://www.barrowstreettheatre.com/
North American premiere of playwright Lucy Prebble's play, directed by David Cromer. From 3/02/16; opening 3/16/16; closing 6/19/16. extended and now closing 9/04/16 What it's about: Connie is a psychology student. Tristan is a charming drifter. Both have signed up to a clinical trial for a new antidepressant super-drug. Sealed off from the outside world, the attraction between Connie and Tristan turns into deeper feelings as their doses get stronger. As the trial's overseeing physician and her superior contend with the illicit relationship of their charges, they become increasingly conflicted about the ethical implications of their work. It's soon clear that neither is objective about the complex issues that surround them. Cast: Kati, Brazda, Susannah Flood, Carter HudsonSteve Key. Scenic Design by Marsha Ginsberg, Costume Design by Sarah Laux, Lighting Design by Tyler Micoleau, Sound Design by Erik T. Lawson, Original Composition by Daniel Kluger, Projection Design by Maya Ciarrocchi, Fight Direction by J. David Brimmer. Our Review
Snapple Theater Center 210 West 50th Street at Broadway, 212 - 307 - 4100
Book & Lyrics by Tom Jones. Music by Harvey Schmidt. Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays at 8PM; Wednesday and Saturdays at 2PM; Sundays at 3PM and 7:30PM The current cast: Edward Watts (El Gallo), Erik Altemus (Matt), Juliette Trafton (Luisa), Gene Jones (Hucklebee), Bill Bateman (Bellomy), MacIntyre Dixon (Henry), Michael Nostrand (Mortimer), Matt Leisy (The Mute)Our Review Update:
"13th Street Theater 136 East 13th Street
This is a transfer from the Berkshire Theatre Group's Unicorn Theater run to the town where "Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia became famous as "The Little Flower. From 9/04/16, opening 9/09/16, closing10/07/16. This will be the first NY revival of Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick's Pulitzer Prize & Tony Award-winning Musical. Except for a few new ensemble members, the original cast will reprise their roles in New York. To read our review of the Berkshire production. go here.
The McGinn/Cazale Theatr at 76th St.(212) 246-4422 2ST.com
World premiere by Sofia Alvarez, directed by Portia Krieger. What it's about: Kevin and Molly are a 30-something couple about to get married. Their best friend Nate just broke up with Lil, his much younger performance artist girlfriend. The group is navigating Gotham living at varying levels of success, which inevitably means attending friends' Cast: Constantine Maroulis (American Idol, Rock of Ages), alongside Zoe Chao, Aaron Costa Ganis, and Anabelle Lemieux. From 5/17/16; opening 5/26/16. closing.
The Studio at Stage II - Harold and Mimi Steinberg New Play Series 131 West 55th Street
World Premiere by Abe Koogler, directed by Daniel Aukin . From 6/06/17; opening 6/20/16 Cast:Deirdre O?Connell, plus others TBA. What it's a bout: In the New Mexico desert, a down-on-her-luck folk singer (Deirdre O?Connell) takes a job at a giant online retailer's shipping center. Her young manager struggles to connect with his girlfriend newly relocated from New York. And a drifter living at a local campground dangerously links them all.
The Gazillion Bubble Show
New World Stages Stage 2 340 West 50th Street 212.239.6200
Bubble artist Fan Yang's family entertainment show. From 2/15/07; opening 2/15/07; open ended. Wed at 11am and 2pm ; Sat 11am, 2pm and 4:30pm; Sunday at 12pm (noon) and 3pm. $44.50 - $64.50 . Run Time:1 hour, 20 minutes (no intermission)
SoHo Repertory Theater 46 Walker Street
New play by Matthew Greene. From 8/18/16;opening 8/22/16; closing 9/02/16. What it's about: a family's journey through the bloodiest century in human history as four generations discover the gravity of a name passed from father to son. Beginning with the Gregorian family's own tragic roots in the Armenian Genocide, through the rise of the Nazi Party, across the killing fields of Cambodia, and the continuing crisis in Africa, they do all they can to hold on to heritage, history, and hope. Cast: Aaron Lynn, Heather Lang, Margaret Reed, Madeleine Barker (Grease), and Geri-Nikole Love. Directed by Jessica Dermody. Movement by Charlie Sutton, Set Design by Jeff Hinchee, Costume Design by Tina McCartney, and Lighting Design by Michael O’Connor.
Cherry Lane Theatre 38 Commerce Street
opening 10/23/15. What it's About: The story of the "New Brown America," based on true events from Minhaj's first generation Indian-American experience. Navigating between two worlds, it follows Minhaj's arrival in the US, meeting his estranged sister, interracial love, racism, bullying, and his family's quest to achieve the elusive American Dream. Update: The show closed but is coming back to the Cherry Lane for a return engagement from 1/07/16 to 1/30/16. Our Review
Homos, Or Everyone in American
Labyrinth Theater Company at Bank Street Theater, 155 Bank Street labtheater.org; 212.513.1080
A world premiere from 10/20/16; opening 11/06/16; closing 11/27/16. Written by Jordan Seavey, directed by Mike Donahue. Cast: Michael Urie (Buyer and Cellar, Ugly Betty), Robin De Jesus, Aaron Costa Ganis, Stacey Sargent. Dane Laffrey (sets), Scott Zielinski (lights), Daniel Kluger (sound), Jessica Pabst (costumes), and Hannah Woodward (production stage manager).What it's about: comedy about trying to live and love in New York..
I Like It Like That
Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre 304 W. 47 Street
From 9/07/16; opening 9/22/16; closing 11/16/16. Written by David Maldonado & Waddys Jáquez and directed by Jaquez. What it's about: the Rodriguez family living in New York City’s East Harlem in the early 1970s taking the audience on a historical musical journey amidst neighborhood volatility and social activism. Its residents deal with the ever-present pull between Escape and Social Conscience. Cast: Tito Nieves as Roberto Rodriguez, the patriarch of the Rodriguez family. Rossmery Almonte (Tita), Caridad De La Luz (China), Chachi Del Valle (María Luisa, Babilonia and La Lupe), Shadia Fairuz (Carmen), Quique Gonzalez* (Carlos), Ana Isabelle (Paula) . Features classics of the area and original songs. Raul Abrego (Scenic Designer),Lucrecia Briceno & Benjamin Swope* (Lighting), *Julian Evans* (Sound), *Rocco Disanti* (Projection), Hochi Asiatico (Costume), Charles Bowden (Props), Rosalba Rolon *(Dramatist). Tuesday – Friday at 8pm; Saturday at 5pm & 9pm; Sunday. at 3pm & 7pm. Running Time: 2 hours with intermission.
Roundabout Underground Theater 111 W. 46Th St.
New Play By Jenny Rachel Weiner, directed By Kip Fagan. Cast: Brooke Bloom, Carmen M. Herlihy, Alex Hernandez, Socorro Santiago, Stephanie Styles. From 10/07/16; opening 11/02/16; closing 12/18/16.. All tickets $25. What it's about: Samantha (Herlihy ) is lonely and confined to her bed. Layne (Bloom) is shy and too afraid of the world to journey into it. When both women decide that online dating might be the outlet they need, they venture into the wilds of the Internet and find deep connection in each other. The only problem: they’re each pretending to be someone else. What happens when the feelings are real but the people are not? Arnulfo Maldonado (Sets), Tilly Grimes (Costumes), Thom Weaver (Lighting), Daniel Perelstein (Sound) and Darrel Maloney (Projections).Tuesday through Sunday evenings at 7:00PM with Saturday and Sunday matinees at 1:30PM.
Second Stage Tony Kiser Theatre 305 West 43rd Street
World Premiere by Leslye Headland, directed by Trip Cullman. Cast: Quincy Dunn-Baker, Arica Himmel, Annie Parisse, John Procaccino, Adam Rothenberg And Amelia Workman. From 8/09/16; opening 8/25/16; closing 9/18/17. What it's about: Ever wonder who that stranger is sitting next to you? What is their story? What are they hiding? Shellie and Dex dare to answer these questions after their flight is delayed on a snowy Thanksgiving night. What they discover about themselves, and each other, sends both of their lives into upheaval Tuesday- Thursday and Sunday at 7 PM, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, and Wednesday and Saturday at 2 PM, and Sunday at 3 PM..
Liberty: A Monumental New Musical
42 West, 514 W. 42nd St. LibertyTheMusical.com .
Book and lyrics by Dana Leslie Goldstein; Music by Jon Goldstein; Directed by Evan Pappas. From 6/06/16; opening 7/04/16. Sunday; Monday; Wednesday at 3pm & 7pm & Thursday at 12pm at 3pm. Tickets are $72/$36. Running Time 80 minutes Our Review
Â A Life
Playwrights Horizons Peter Jay Sharp Theater 416 West 42nd Street
A new play b Adam Bock, directed byAnne Kauffman. From 9/30/16; opening 10/24/16; closing 11/13/16. Cast: David Hyde Pierce, other cast TBA. What it's about: Nate Martin (Mr. Pierce) is hopelessly single. When his most recent breakup, another in a lifelong string of ill-fated matches, casts him into a funk, he turns to the only source of wisdom he trusts: the stars. Poring over astrological charts, he obsessively questions his past and his place in the cosmos. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 2:30 & 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2:30 & 7PM.
A new play with music written and performed by Hershey Felder, and directed by Joel Zwick. From 8/31/16; opening 9/11/16; closing 10/16/16. What it's about: Felder spans the entire 20th Century combining Bernstein's personal story, his original music and the music that inspired him. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 7PM, Friday and Saturday at 8PM, with matinees Saturday at 2PM and Sunday at 3PM. There are two additional Thursday matinees on Sept. 29 and Oct. 13 at 2PM.
Man From Nebraska
NY premiere of 2003 Tracey Letts'play, directed by David Cromer. This was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2004. Opening in October 2017.
Marie and Rosetta
Atlantic Theater Companys Linda Gross Theater
World Premiere of play with music by George Brant, 'directed by Neil Pepe. Cast: Keecia Lewis as Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Rebecca Naomi Jones as Marie Knight.From 8/24/16; opening 9/14/16; closing 10/02/16. What it's About: A huge influence on Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles and Jimi Hendrix, (Lewis) was a legend in her time, bringing fierce guitar-playing and swing to gospel music. Tharpe was the queen of ?race records in the 30s and 40s, a woman who played guitar as passionately as Clapton, who performed mornings at churches and evenings at the Cotton Club. The play chronicles Sister Rosettas first rehearsal with a young protege,Marie Knight (Jones), as they prepare to embark on a tour that would establish them as one of the great duet teams in musical history. Scenic design by Riccardo Hernandez, costume design by Dede Ayite, lighting design by Christopher Akerlind, sound design by Steve Canyon Kennedy, music direction by Jason Michael Webb. Tuesday at 7pm, Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm. Sunday evening performance 7pm: August 28, September 18.Wednesday matinees 2pm: August 31, September 7, September 21.No performance, Tuesday, 9/13.
The Marvelous Wonderettes
Kirk Theatre, 410 West 42 Street
Written and Created by Roger Bean, directed by Tom D'Angora and Michael D'Angora. Cast: Christina Bianco (Missy), Kathy Brier (Suzy), Jenna Leigh Green (Cindy Lou), Sally Schwab (Betty Jean).Running Time: 90 minutes. From 4/28/2016; closing 9/04/16. Sunday at 3 p.m., Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m., Thursday at 8;15 p.m.. Our Review
My Name Is Gideon: I’m Probably Going To Die, Eventually
Walkerspace (46 Walker Street
Direct from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, after traveling across three continents, Gideon Irving makes his American stage debut with his new solo show. From 9/29/16; opening 10/06/16; closing 10/30/16. what it's about: Irving is an unconventional theatrical couchsurfing troubadour who has been biking, rollerblading and driving from one town to the next for the past five years, performing and residing in the homes of perfect strangers. After 500 home shows, Gideon is now inviting audiences into his own living room on the NY stage, bringing them his unique blend of songs, stories, and underwater levitation. Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7:30PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 2PM and Sundays at 3PM.
Notes From The Field
2nd Stage, 43rd Street
New York premiere of work created, written and performed by Anna Deavere Smith and directed by Leonard Foglia. This marks Ms. Smith and Mr. Foglia's return to Second Stage Theatre, where their previous collaboration, Let Me Down Easy, in 2008. Opening in October.
Not That Jewish
New World Stages 340 W 50th St, (212) 239-6200 NotThatJewish.com
World premiere of solo show written and performed by Emmy-winning writer and comedian Monica Piper (Roseanne and Rugrats). Directed by Mark Waldrop. From 10/06/16; opening 10/23/16; through January 2017. October 6 at with an official opening set for October 23. What it's about: autobiographical telling of Piper’s life as a “jew. .'ish girl", from growing up in a show business family in the Bronx and taking her first step on to a comedy club stage, to a WASP wedding. Set design by Michael Carnahan, lighting design by Julie Duro, sound design by Ian Wehrle, and projection design by Zachary G. Borovay. Running Time: 1 hour and 20 Minutes
Lincoln Center Theater's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
New York premiere of J. T. Rogers dark comedy directed by Bartlett Sher. From 6/16/16; opening 7/11/16. What it's about: Story of how Norwegian diplomat Mona Juul and her husband, social scientist Terje RÃ¸d-Larsen, planned and orchestrated top-secret, high-level meetings between the State of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, which culminated in the signing of the historic 1993 Oslo Accords. Cast: Michael Aronov, Adam Dannheisser, Jennifer Ehle, Daniel Jenkins, Dariush Kashani, Jefferson Mays, Daniel Oreskes, Henny Russell, Joseph Siravo, and T. Ryder Smith. Sets by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lighting by Donald Holder, and sound by Peter John Still. Rogers is also the author of the plays Blood and Gifts, The Overwhelming, and Madagascar. Our Review
Public's Anspacher Theater
New york premiere of work originally commissioned and produced by Oregon Shakespeare Festival from 11/01/16; closing 12/14/16. Cast: Steven Sapp, Mildred Ruiz-Sapp, William Ruiz aka Ninja. Choreography by Millicent Johnnie Developed and Directed by Liesl Tommy A new work about the complicated legacies of the original Black Panther Party and the Young Lords Org/Party. Developed and directed by Liesl Tommy. What it's about: Based on dozens of interviews with members of these groups the play imagines a present-day reunion at an art opening curated by two young counter culturalists; but the curators themselves have complex relationships with the Party members, who fought injustice and provided free food and medical care for their communities—often at the expense of the people who loved them most. Old wounds and generational divides collide in this astonishing, multi-media theatrical event about the price of being a revolutionary, and what it means for those who come after.
Peter and the Star Catcher
New World Stages W. 50th Street www.peterandthestarcatcher.com This show moved uptown from a New York Theatre Workshop premiere. and ended its successful run 1/20/13 but will resurface at New World Stages 3/20/13. Direction by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers. Written by Rick Elice. Based on the bestselling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. review
Pillars of New York
St. Luke's Theatre: 308 W 46th Street 2
Book, lyrics and music by Michael Antin. Directed by Jim Blanchette. Cast: Nikki Casseri, Audrey Federici, Laura Kaldis, Tyler Knauf, Alex Lamb, April Leonhard, Max Meyers, Georgia Sackler, Cruz Santiago, Brandon Schraml, and Jack Utrata. Rocco Vitacco (Musical Direction and Arrangements), John B. Forbes (Lighting Design), Tim Secrest (AV & Visual Design), Hunter Dowell (Costume Design), Jessica and Jennifer Davison (Sound Design), Margaret Parker (Set Design). From 7/06/16; opening 7/12/16; closing 9/07/16. TICKET PRICE: $59.50. DISCOUNT: $29 using code PONYGEN29. Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. What it's about: Chronicle of a group of New Yorker's daily lives that were altered by the events of September 11th.
Public Theater 420 Lafayette St.
Revial of David Hare's play, directed by David Leveaux. From 10/04/16; opening 10//20/16; closing 11/06/16. What it's about: Susan Traherne, a British secret agent flown into France during World War II. Her experiences over the two decades that follow paint the portrait of a remarkably brave woman who finds in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. After its initial Public Theater run in 1982, the drama transferred to Broadway in 1983, receiving a Tony nomination for Best Play. Scenic design by Mike Britton, costume design by Jess Goldstein, lighting design by David Weiner, original music and sound design by David Van Tieghem, and hair and wig design by Leah J. Loukas. Cast: Stars Rachel Weisz as Susan Traherne and Corey Stoll as Raymond Brock; also Pun Bandhu (M. Aung), Ken Barnett (Codename Lazar), Emily Bergl (Alice Park), Dani De Waal (Louise), Mike Iveson (Another Frenchman), Byron Jennings (Leonard Darwin), LeRoy McClain (Mick), Tim Nicolai (John Begley), Paul Niebanck (Sir Andrew Charleson), Ann Sanders (Mme. Aung), Benjamin Thys (A Frenchman), and Liesel Allen Yeager (Dorcas).
Irish Rep, W.22nd St.
From 7/20/16; opening 7/28/16closing 9/25/16. Cast:Patrick O'Kane,Robert Zawadzki, Declan Conlon. What it's about Belfast is a place where things need to be said. Following the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, the guns were silenced but the chasm between the Republican and Unionist sides remains wide and bitter. Tonight, in a small back-street bar, while Northern Ireland plays Poland on the TV, Jimmy and Ian will meet for the first time. They share a violent past and this is a conversation that's been brewing for more than 20 year Tues at 7pm,Wed at 3pm & 8pm, Thu at 7pm,Fri at 8pm, Sat at 3pm & 8pm, Sun at 3pm. Approx. Running Time: 75 minutes, no intermission. Review
The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, Wild Project East Village
Bertolt Brechts political farce, directed by Kevin Confoy, and PTE Artistic Director, Craig V. Smith as the title character. NY premiere of translation by Stephen Sharkey. From 10/20/16; closing 11/23/16. What it's about: Set in 1930s, a Tony Soprano/Al Capone-like figure named Arturo Ui, is a crazy but totally charismatic gangster bent on gaining power at all costs in this savage satire of the rise of Hitler.
RUTHLESS! The Musical
St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street
From 6/25/15; opening 7/13/15/ closing 9/10/16 New production of 22-year-old musical that's been a long time favorite in regional theaters.. Book and lyrics are by Joel Paley with music by Marvin Laird. What it's about: When The Bad Seed meets Gypsy it's fun for the whole dysfunctional family! Tina Denmark is a pretty, charming who "was born to entertain." With the encouragement of slick and overbearing potential agent Sylvia St. Croix, Tina will do anything to play the lead in her school play. Cast: Peter Land, Kim Maresca, Rita McKenzie, Andrea McCullough, Tracy Jai Edwards Tori Murray> Review .
Theatre at 14th Y, 344 East 14th Street
Play byPenny Jackson directed by Glory Kadigan. Cast: Sawyer Spielberg, Meghan St. Thomas, Joel Nagle and JillSchackner. From 9/18/16; opening 9/20/16; closing 10/09/16. What it's about: An intriguing older man enters a teenage girl's life and threatens her relationship with heralready estranged father and her best friend as a mystery turns to danger. Mondays &Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.; Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and Sundays at 3:00 p.m. for thelimited engagement. Tickets are 18.
Sense & Sensibility
This extended and extended again, returned after a hiatus and now just extended for a final time for another six weeks, closing 11/20/16. For detaisl see review
The Servant of Two Masters
Theatre for a New Audience at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn
An adaptation by Constance Congdon from a translation by Christina Sibul of Carlo Goldoni's play, directed by Christopher Bayes. From 11/06/16; closing 12/04/16. Cast: Liam Craig (Brighella), Steven Epp (Truffaldino), Melanie Field (Smeraldina), Andy Grotelueschen (Pantalone), Eugene Ma (Silvio), Jacob Ming-Trent (Dottore), Orlando Pabotoy (Florindo), Adina Verson (Clarice), and Liz Wisan (Beatrice). set designer Katherine Akiko Day, costume designer Valérie Thérèse Bart, lighting designer Chuan-Chi Chan, sound designers Charles Coes and Nathan A. Roberts, hair and makeup designer Dave Bova, properties supervisor Eric Reynolds, and fight director Rick Sordelet. Christopher Curtis and Aaron Halva will play original music. This adaptation had its world premiere at Yale Repertory Theatre in 2010. It subsequently played at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., and won a Helen Hayes Award for Epp (Best Actor) and a Helen Hayes nomination for Bayes (Best Director).
New World Stages/Stage 4 340 West 50th Street 212-239-6200 ShearMadness.com
New York premiere of long touring comedy whodunit; From 10/22/15; open-ended. Cast: Adam Gerber, Jeremy Kushnier, Kate Middleton, Patrick Noonan, Jonathan Spivey, and Lynne Wintersteller. What it's about: The mystery in which the audience gets to solve the crime is set in a local hair salon that turns into a wacky murder scene. It was adapted by Bruce Jordan from a play entitled Scherenschnitt written in 1963 by German writer and psychologist to use as a study of how people perceive or misperceive reality. It was first presented in 1978. Monday at 7pm, Wednesday through Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm, and Sunday at 3pm and 7:30pm. Tickets from $49.50. our review
Sistas: The Musical
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street(212) 239-6200
What it's about: Musical journey, of a multi-generational African-American Family. The narrative is stitched together using the lyrics of songs that perfectly capture the mood and speaks to the issues of each period and time. In the end, the women find strength in each others' stories and arrive at a way to best honor the memory of their beloved Grandma - a seminal figure in their development as strong and accomplished women. From 9/29/2011/ opening 10/11/; Open-Ended. Thursday at 7:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday at 4:30 pm Tickets:$39.50-$69.50.Directed by Kenneth Ferrone. Written by Dorothy Marcic
Small Mouth Sounds
Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street www.SmallMouthSounds.com
Written by Bess Wohl and directed by Rachel Chavkin. From 7/03/16; opening 7/13/16; closing 10/09/16.Originally staged and produced by Ars Nova, this reprise reunites many of the original cast members. What it's about: In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled with awkward humor, this strange and compassionate new play asks how we address life's biggest questions when words fail us. Laura Jellinek (Scenic Design), Tilly Grimes (Costume Design), Mike Inwood (Lighting Design), Stowe Nelson (Sound Design), Andrew Schneider (Projection Design), and Noah Mease (Prop Design). Cast:Quincy Tyler Bernstin, Zoe Winters, Max Baker, Carmen Zilles, and James Seol, Marcia DeBonis, Jojo Gonzalez, Brad Heberlee, Babak Tafti. Performances July 3 - July 17: Tuesday - Friday at 7:30pm; Wednesday at 2pm; Saturday at 2pm and 8pm; and Sunday at 2pm and 7:30pm. Beginning July 18: Monday - Friday at 7:30pm, Wednesday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm and 8:30pm. Beginning September 5: Tuesday â€“ Friday at 7:30pm, Wednesday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm and 8:30pm, and Sunday at 7:30pm. Our Review
Triad 158 West 72nd Street
Musical celebrating (and roasting) the Broadway blockbuster byGerard Alessandrini, the mastermind behind Forbidden Broadway. From 7/19/16; opening 9/08/16; closing 10/30/16. Cast: Juwan Crawley, Chris Anthony Giles, Nicholas Alexander Rodriguez, Dan Rosales, and Nora Schell, with Music Director Fred Barton at the piano, along with special surprise guest stars, including Christine Pedi and additional divas, who pop in weekly to add to the fun. Gerry McIntyre (Choreography), Dustin Cross (Costume Design), Richard Danley (Musical Arrangements), and Michael Cassara, CSA (Casting Director). Running time: 65 minutes. Tues-Fri 7pm; Sat at 9pm.
Orpheum, 126 Second Ave (7th-8th St.), 477-3477.
An eight-member music troupe that uses low-cost, everyday object instruments to create high-energy rhythms. An off-Broadway, all-audience,long-running hit (opened 2/27/94). Our Review
OK for ages 8 and up. The age category is probably conservative.
Women's Project at McGinn/Cazale Theatre 2162 Broadway & 76th Street
From 9/23/16; closing 11/06/16. A World Premiere by by Lisa Lampanelli, directed directed by Jackson Gay What it's about: A bulimic, a compulsive eater, a confident overweight gal, and a chronically thin chick bringing together four disparate stories to paint a portrait of the insanity of a world that forces women to address hard-hitting issues. 7:00pm Tuesday-Thursday, 8:00pm Friday, 2:00pm & 8:00p Saturday, 2:00pm Sunday
Summer Shorts -Series A
59E59 Theaters, 59 East 59th Street
Presented by Throughline Artists. Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission From 7/22/2016; opened 7/31/2016; closing 9/3/2016 Performance times: Summer Shorts plays Tuesday–Thursday at 7:15 pm, Friday at 8:15 pm, Saturday at 2:15 and 8:15 pm, and Sunday at 3:15 and 7:15 pm; check 59e59.org for which series play at which times. For review and details about Series B see Review
Martinson Hall-Public Theater 420 Lafayette Street
New York premiere ) by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. What it's about: Tell the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets and laughs while working together on the line of a factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in the hard fight to stay afloat. Kate Whoriskey directs. From 10/18/16; opening 11/03/16; closing 11/27/16 (an extension before performances even begin. Tuesdays through Sundays at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 p.m. There is an added 7:00 p.m. performance on Monday, November 7 and added 1:00 p.m. performance on Wednesday, November 16 and Wednesday, November 23. There is no 1:00 p.m. performance on Saturday, October 22; no performance on Tuesday, November 8 or Thursday, November 24; and no 7:00 p.m. performance on Sunday, November 20.
Tooting Arts Club production at Barrow Street Theatre
From an adaptation by Christopher Bond adaptation of Sondheim/Wheeler musica. From 2/14/17; opening 3/01/17. London's acclaimed production of the Demon Barber comes off-Broadway following sold-out runs in London where it debuted in Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop. It's directed by Bill Buckhurst with music supervisor Benjamin Cox and designed by Simon Kenny. The Theater is recreating the working pie-shop environment and traditional pie and mash will be served prior to the performance. More details about cast and production TBA.
The New Group ta The Pershing Square Signature Center's Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre, 480 West 42nd Street
A new production of the classic muscial with Book by Neil Simon; Music by Cy Coleman; Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Now choreographed by Joshua Bergasse and directed by Leigh Silverman. From 11/02/16; opening 11/20/26; closing 12/23/16. Cast:Yesenia Ayala (Ensemble), Darius Barnes (Ensemble), James Brown III (Ensemble), Lori Ann Ferreri (Swing), Sutton Foster (Charity Hope Valentine), Asmeret Ghebremichael (Nickie), Shuler Hensley (Oscar), Sasha Hutchings (Rosie / Ensemble), Donald Jones, Jr. (Ensemble), Nikka Graff Lanzarone (Ursula / Ensemble), Emily Padgett (Helene), Joel Perez (Herman / Vittorio / Daddy Brubeck) and Ryan Worsing (Swing). Scenic Design by Derek McLane, Costume Design by Clint Ramos, Lighting Design by Jeff Croiter, Sound Design by Leon Rothenberg), Orchestrations by Mary-Mitchell Campbell and Music Direction by Georgia Stitt
A Taste of Honey
Pearl Theatre Company 555 West 42nd Street 212.563.9261
Revival of Shelagh Delaney's play written when she was 18, directed by Austin Pendleton. From 9/06/16; opening 9/16/16; closing 10/16/16. What it's about: a young woman facing an uncertain future in a hostile world. Cast: Rebekah Brockman as Jo, John Evans Reese as Geoff; Rachel Botchan as Helen, Bradford Cover as Peter, and Ade Otukoya as Jimmie. Harry Feiner (sets), Barbara A. Bell (costumes), Eric Southern (lights), Jane Shaw (sound).
This Day Forward
Vineyard Theater 108 E. 15 St. World premiere comedy by by Nicky Silver, directed by Mark Brokaw . From 11/03/16; opening 11/21/16. What it's about: Martin thinks he has just married the girl of his dreams, but when Irene makes a surprising confession in their honeymoon suite, all their well-made plans fall apart. Nearly 50 years later, Irene's children wrestle with their past a nd a mother whose secrets are quickly fading along with her memory. Cast TBA. Scenic design by Allen Moyer, costumes by Kaye Voyce, lighting by David Lander and original music and sound design by David Van Tieghem.
Keen Company Theatre Row/Acorn Theatre 410 West 42nd Street
Revival of autobiographic musical, pre-Rent. Book, Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Larson. Script Consultant, David Auburn. Choreographed by Christine O'Grady. Directed by Jonathan Silverstein. From 10/04/16; opening 10/20/16;closing 11/19/16. Cast: Nick Blaemire, Ciara Renee with additional cast and creatives TBA. /this pre-Rent musical has been revived several times before: in 2000 , at Encores! featuring Hamilton's Lin Manuel and Leslie Odom Miranda; also in Connecticut .
Tiny Beautiful Things
Public Theater- Shiva
From 11/15/16; closing 12/31/16. Based on the book by bestselling author Cheryl Strayed and adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding);o-conceived by Marshall Heyman, Thomas Kail, and Nia Vardalos. Kail directs and Vardalos appears as the anonymous online advice columnist "Sugar." Will begin in November 2016.
The Trial Of An American President
Lion Theater,410 W. 42nd Street
Written By Dick Tarlow With Bill Smith, directed by Stephen Eich. Cast: Tony Carlin, Mahira Kakkar, Michael Rogers.Scenic Designer, Ann Beyersdorfer; Lighting Designer,Ben Green; Sound Designer, Alex Dietz-kest;Video Production & Editing, Philip Coccioletti For Sugarcamp Productions; Projection Designer, Kevan Loney. From 9/17/16; opening 9/29/16; closing 10/15/16. What it's about: Each night, eight audience members will be chosen as the jury at trial of George W. Bush for his responsibility for the rise of ISIS. The collective verdict will be announced and reacted to by the cast. With the verdict changing nightly, the ending of the show changes as well.
The Trojan Women
The Flea 41 White Street
New York premiere of Ellen McLaughlin adaptation, directed by Resident Director Anne Cecelia Haney and performed by the Bats. From 8/24/16; opening 9/01/16; closing 9/26/16. Running time, 75 minutes. What it's about: The women of Troy have been sold into slavery. Their husbands are dead, their city is destroyed, and it seems as though the gods have forgotten them. As they wait to be taken away, the women grapple with grief, fear and the gravity of total loss. Known as the first anti-war play in the western canon, this play presents audiences with an enduring message about the consequences of perpetual war. Cast: DeAnna Supplee (Hecuba), Rebeca Rad (Helen), Casey Wortmann (Andromache), Lindsley Howard (Cassandra), Phil Feldman (Talthybius), Thomas Muccioli (Poseidon), Kyra Riley (Chorus), Clea DeCrane (Chorus), Jennifer Tchiakpe (Chorus), Jenny Jarnagin (Chorus), Amanda Centeno (Chorus), and Chun Cho (Chorus). Marte Ekhougen (scenic & costume design), Scot Gianelli (lighting design), Ben Vigus (sound design).
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues 212/239-6200
A comedy of crosswords and romance by Jerry Mayer, directed by Evelyn Rudie. Cast: Andrea McArdle and Kip Gilman. From 11/14/15; opening 12/09/15 open-ended. Evelyn Rudie directs a cast that stars Andrea McArdle and Kip Gilman. Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Sunday matinees at 2PM. Running Time: 90 minutes without an intermission. Tickets from $39.50 (including a $2.00 Facility Fee.) What it's about: Two strangers, a psychologist (Andrea McArdle) and an unemployed ad man (Kip Gilman) find themselves alone on a San Francisco commuter train at 4 a.m., each doing their New York Times crossword puzzles. But before their crosswords are solved, they find that they may have solved the puzzles of their own lives. our review
2 By Tennessee Williams: 27 WAGONS FULL OF COTTON and KINGDOM OF EARTH
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenue) 212-239-6200
Directed by Marilyn Fried. Cast:Kathryn Luce Garfunkel,Anthony Alessandro, Jim Biberi and Mike Keller. From 7/09/16; opening 7/15/16; closing 9/04/16. What they're about: 27 WAGONS FULL OF COTTON- After Jake, a shady, middle-aged cotton gin owner, burns down rival Silva Vicarro's mill, Vicarro attempts to enact vengeance by seducing Flora, Jake's delicate young wife. In In KINGDOM OF EARTH, a flood is surging in the Mississippi Delta, and Chicken's property is only safe until ole man Sikes down the road dynamites his levee to save himself. While Chicken waits alone in his kitchen for the inevitable blast, he receives an unexpected visit from his dying half-brother, Lot, and Lot's wife of but one day, Myrtle. Leaving Lot upstairs to rest, Chicken assesses Myrtle as a potential threat to his inheritance of the estate, currently under Lot's name. Chicken and Myrtle find common ground but not even footing in their similar experiences of the inescapable hardness of the world.
Underground Railroad Game
Ars Nova 511 West 54th Street, between 10th & 11th Avenues arsnovanyc.com
From 9/13/16; opening 9/26/16; closing 10/15/16. Created by Jennifer Kidwell & Scott Sheppard with Lightning Rod Special. Cast: Jennifer Kidwell & Scott Sheppard. Drected by Taibi Magar Monday–Wednesday at 7pm; Thursday–Saturday at 8pm. What it's about: Show was inspired by Sheppard’s fifth grade experience of Civil War thematic unit in which the class was divided into Confederate Soldiers and Union Soldiers and each side would receive points for their military strategy, and one of the key point scoring exercises was The Underground Rail Road Game Tilly Grimes (production design), Steven Dufala (scenic design), Oona Curley (lighting design), and Mikaal Sulaiman (sound design).
The Clurman Theatre 410 West 42nd Street 212-239-6200
Book, Music & Lyrics by Peter Covino. From 9/01/16; opening; closing 9/25/16. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8PM; Sundays at 3PM What it's about: A stylized, darkly humorous, period melodrama, which plays like a marriage of The Picture of Dorian Gray, Sunset Boulevard and Valley of the Dolls. Cast: Rosalie Burke, Patch David, Remy Germinario, Brandon Haagenson, Kate Hoover, Ilene Kristen, Erik Ransom and Roger Yeh
Daryl Roth Theatre 101 East 15th Street Between Union Square East and Irving Place
Fuerzabruta, presents his new material and revisits previous materials. It's still general admission, no seats so you You will be on your feet during the 80 minute performance and may be asked to move and/or participate. It is recommended that you dress casually and check articles with the coat check service and be aware that strobe lights, loud noises, water, mist & fog. Composer: Gaby Kerpel. Director: Diqui James From 6/27/14; opening 7/08/14; open ended, now closing 8/28/16. May be inappropriate for 7 and under. Our Review
What Did You Expect?
Public's LuEsther Hall 425 Lafayette Street (212) 967-7555, www.publictheater.org
second play of a three play cycle about the Gabriels written and directed by Richard Nelson. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Like his Appple Family plays, the trilogy will feature. From 9/10/16; closing 10/09/16 to be followed by the final play Women Of A Certain Age, from 10/04/16; open 11/08 8, closing 12/04/16. Unlike the Apple plays which spanned 4 years, this group will be set on three specific evenings over just eight months and parallel our presidential election, as it weaves its way through the lives of the Gabriel family. Once again, each play will open on the day it is set and unfold in real time over a couple of hours. Cast: Meg Gibson (Karin Gabriel), Lynn Hawley (Hannah Gabriel), Roberta Maxwell (Patricia Gabriel), Maryann Plunkett (Mary Gabriel), Jay O. Sanders (George Gabriel), and Amy Warren (Joyce Gabriel). Plot details: The Gabriels live just around the corner from the Apples in Rhinebeck, New York. Scenic design by Susan Hilferty and Jason Ardizzone-West; costume design by Susan Hilferty; lighting design by Jennifer Tipton; and sound design by Scott Lehrer and Will Pickens. Our Review of Hungry, the 1st
Playwrights Realm at the Duke on 42nd Street 229 W 42nd St
World Premiere by Sarah Delappe, directed by Lila Neugebauer. From 8/29/16; opening 9/08/16; closing 9/24/16. What it's about: From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, an all girls soccer team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. Monday â€“ Saturday at 7:30pm. All Female Cast includes: Brenna Coates, Jenna Dioguardi, Samia Finnerty, Midori Francis, Lizzy Jutila, Sarah Mezzanotte, Tedra Millan, Lauren Patten, and Susannah Perkins
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