In: Theater

Margaret Atwood’s Good Bones & Simple Murders
February 19, 2019

Arts Partner: Phoenix Theater Ensemble


  • February 21, 2019
    7:00 pm

“Glenn becomes a stunning theatrical representation of Atwood’s voice….. a soul satisfying literary feast!”  -Chicago Tribune “An enticing portrait… On top of every mood and moment, Glenn makes Atwood’s many voices matter.”  – Chicago Sun Times Be the first to see this evening of sometimes whimsical, occasionally frightening, and always perceptive observations on life from a (more…)

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Henry V
February 11, 2019

Arts Partner: Henry V


  • February 21, 2019
    7:30 pm

Shakespeare’s definitive parable of war and warriors, re-imagined by director & Broadway veteran Mary Lou Rosato at the legendary American Theatre of Actors – one of the last theaters of the famed off-off Broadway movement – for a special limited run. Presented in modern dress with period-style weaponry, Quisqueya Productions hopes to show – in (more…)

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If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka
February 13, 2019

Arts Partner: Playwrights Horizons


  • February 21, 2019
    8:00 pm

Written by Tori Sampson  Directed by Leah C. Gardiner  Choreographed by Raja Feather Kelly World Premiere Chorus There can only be one star.  So why you hatin’? In the village of Affreakah-Amirrorkah, no one questions that Akim is the one true, perfect beauty — not even her jealous classmates. But they’ll be damned before they let her be (more…)

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Henry V
February 11, 2019

Arts Partner: Henry V


  • February 22, 2019
    7:30 pm

Shakespeare’s definitive parable of war and warriors, re-imagined by director & Broadway veteran Mary Lou Rosato at the legendary American Theatre of Actors – one of the last theaters of the famed off-off Broadway movement – for a special limited run. Presented in modern dress with period-style weaponry, Quisqueya Productions hopes to show – in (more…)

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Henry V
February 11, 2019

Arts Partner: Henry V


  • February 23, 2019
    2:00 pm

Shakespeare’s definitive parable of war and warriors, re-imagined by director & Broadway veteran Mary Lou Rosato at the legendary American Theatre of Actors – one of the last theaters of the famed off-off Broadway movement – for a special limited run. Presented in modern dress with period-style weaponry, Quisqueya Productions hopes to show – in (more…)

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