In: Theater

Bathsheba’s Psalms, Or A Woman of Unusual Beauty Taking a Bath
March 29, 2019

Arts Partner: The Tank


  • April 19, 2019
    7:00 pm

Sexy. Irreverent. Holy. Bathsheba’s voice, celebrated, sung at last. From a biblical rooftop to a warped John Hughes Biology lab and beyond, this unruly adaptation of the infamous Old Testament “love story” capsizes tropes on gender and power. A revelry of sensuality, snark, and fruit, obviously! Written by April Ranger (Must Wash Hands at Brooklyn (more…)

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THE CRADLE WILL ROCK
April 15, 2019

Arts Partner: Classic Stage Company


  • April 19, 2019
    8:00 pm

BY MARC BLITZSTEIN DIRECTED BY JOHN DOYLE In Steeltown, USA, laborer Larry Foreman struggles to unionize fellow steel workers against mounting attacks from a greedy industrialist, who uses his power to influence nearly everyone else in town. Marc Blitzstein’s play in music, created through the Federal Theater Project, was famously shut down on the eve of opening (more…)

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The Infinite Wrench
March 21, 2019

Arts Partner: New York Neo-Futurists


  • April 19, 2019
    10:30 pm

“A great way to spend a Friday or Saturday night.” – Time Out “The hardest working theater group in the city right now.” – Time Out NY Neo-Futurists return with the wild and one-of-a-kind The Infinite Wrench. Different show every time! If you’ve seen the show once, you’ve seen the show once. The Infinite Wrench (more…)

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THE CRADLE WILL ROCK
April 15, 2019

Arts Partner: Classic Stage Company


  • April 20, 2019
    2:00 pm

BY MARC BLITZSTEIN DIRECTED BY JOHN DOYLE In Steeltown, USA, laborer Larry Foreman struggles to unionize fellow steel workers against mounting attacks from a greedy industrialist, who uses his power to influence nearly everyone else in town. Marc Blitzstein’s play in music, created through the Federal Theater Project, was famously shut down on the eve of opening (more…)

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Bathsheba’s Psalms, Or A Woman of Unusual Beauty Taking a Bath
March 29, 2019

Arts Partner: The Tank


  • April 20, 2019
    7:00 pm

Sexy. Irreverent. Holy. Bathsheba’s voice, celebrated, sung at last. From a biblical rooftop to a warped John Hughes Biology lab and beyond, this unruly adaptation of the infamous Old Testament “love story” capsizes tropes on gender and power. A revelry of sensuality, snark, and fruit, obviously! Written by April Ranger (Must Wash Hands at Brooklyn (more…)

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