iLuminate

at New World Stages


Music, art, and the technological magic of iLuminate bring you a story of adventure and romance told through dance styles ranging from contemporary, hip-hop, latin, and breaking, all using the power of light. With a mash-up of dazzling wizardry, spectacular dance moves, fun audience-interactive games and high-tech effects,
iLuminate delivers this unique dance-in-the-dark event.


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How To Be An American!

at York Theatre Company at St. Peter's


The year is 1905. One week before the next election. New York City. Tammany Hall politician George Washington Plunkitt has gathered a group of new immigrants for the purpose of educating them on the subtleties of the American political system. Come join the party in this Mufti-style staged concert performance, and experience a real-life lesson on honest graft, dishonest graft and the American way that's as relevant now as it was over 100 years ago!


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My Father's Voice

at The Playroom Theater


In 1938, Richard Krebs, a German seaman, jumped ship in Newport News, Virginia and vanished into America. In December 1940, under the name Jan Valtin, he published the autobiography of his life, first as a communist revolutionist serving Stalin, next, as a Gestapo prisoner of the Third Reich, and finally of his escape from both of them. It became a national sensation. In 1942 he was imprisoned on Ellis Island as an enemy alien. In 1944-45 he served the United States as a combat infantryman in the jungles in the Pacific War. 


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One Funny Mother

at New World Stages


Have you ever gone un-showered for days, fought with your husband over who works harder or had a kid pee on you? Dena Blizzard’s hilarious new show One Funny Mother will make you realize you’re not crazy…motherhood is!


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Midnight at The Never Get

at 42WEST


Featuring a sultry score fashioned after the American Songbook, Midnight at The Never Get imagines two men who never existed at a time that very much did.  Trevor Copeland (Sam Bolen) and Arthur Brightman (Mark Sonnenblick) have the perfect New York romance. That’s swell. In 1965, it’s also against the law. So in the back room of The Never Get, an illegal Greenwich Village gay bar, they put together a show called “Midnight” – a queer nightclub act where Arthur writes love songs for Trevor to sing to a man. But as they hurtle towards the end of the decade and tensions in the Village reach a breaking point, the lovers find themselves caught in a relationship they can’t control and a movement they don’t understand. 


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Sing! A South African and American Musical Holiday Celebration

​at Theatre at St. Clement's


Led by the magnificent voice of Thuli Dumakude (The Lion King, the film Cry Freedom) and featuring an ensemble of American and South African women, Sing! will celebrate the joyous holiday season from many threads of culture.  Singing in English and Zulu, accompanied by a live band, Sing! weaves the traditional holiday sounds of America to the lively and joyous songs and dances of a traditional South African township Christmas celebration. 


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A Class Act

at New World Stages


When a major chemical company pours cancer causing waste into the water supply, a high powered law firm brings a class action lawsuit on behalf of the thousands of people affected. Who wins? Who loses? Does the ordinary person ever realize justice in the end?


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Mark Felt, Superstar

at The York Theatre Company


When former FBI agent Mark Felt revealed in 2005 that he had been Deep Throat, the secret source who helped Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein bring down President Richard Nixon, he ended one of the most intriguing chapters in the history of journalism (and one of the worst in U.S. politics).


In this whimsical, jazzy musical romp, the multi-talented cast of five together portray twenty-four colorful characters in a fast-moving, illuminating take on the shocking political scandal that riveted America and still reverberates today. Part thriller, part tragedy, part comedy, Mark Felt, Superstar will have you rethinking everything you thought you knew about Deep Throat and Watergate, all while being transported by some irresistible musical numbers.

 

Premieres' Inner Voices

at TBG ​Theatre


Inner Voices is a biannual series of solo works featuring new teams of playwrights and composers. Inner Voices was inspired by Alan Bennett’s ‘Talking Heads’ series on PBS.  After seeing the PBS series and later the stage version off-Broadway, Paulette Haupt decided to explore the concept as a musical theater form.  Teams of playwrights and composers who have not worked together before are commissioned by Premieres to create an original monologue and a tapestry of the sung and spoken word.  Each character they create is fictional and the storytelling from a single point of view.


October 3-29


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A  Comedy of Tenors

at Paper Mill Playhouse

February 1 - 26, 2017


The sequel to the grand-slam Tony® Award-winning comedy Lend Me a Tenor! One hotel suite, four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans. What could possibly go wrong? It’s 1930s Paris and the stage is set for the concert of the century—as long as producer Henry Saunders can keep the amorous Italian superstar and his hot-blooded wife from causing runaway chaos. An uproarious ride, full of mistaken identities, bedroom hijinks, and madcap delight.


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Edwin, The Story of Edwin Booth

at Theatre at St. Clement's


Edwin Booth was the finest American Shakespearean actor of his day, though his triumphs were marred by public and private tragedy. Edwin takes us backstage on the night of his courageous return to the stage after his brother assassinated President Lincoln–braving death threats, public outrage, and his own scarred past.


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The Bodyguard

at Paper Mill Playhouse


Former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard Frank Farmer is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge; what they don’t expect is to fall in love. A romantic thriller, The Bodyguard features a host of irresistible classics including “So Emotional,” “One Moment in Time,” “Saving All My Love,” “Run to You,” “I Have Nothing,” “I Wanna Dance with Somebody,” and one of the biggest selling songs of all time – “I Will Always Love You.”


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A Taste of Things to Come

at York Theatre Company at St. Peter's


It’s the 1950s. The beginning of rock n’ roll. The racial barrier has begun to crack. The Korean War is over, husbands are returning home and the Cold War has begun. Ronald Reagan is a model for Lifebuoy Soap and Rock Hudson is on the cover of LIFE Magazine as “The World’s Most Eligible Bachelor.” And women are getting antsy. Smack dab in the middle of America, in Winnetka, IL, four friends gather for a weekly Betty Crocker cooking contest, imagining how the prizes might change their lives.  Usually, it’s LIFE Magazine that’s read cover to cover in between mixing, sifting, and chopping. However, a different kind of reading material arrives, and shocked (but inspired) by the Kinsey Report, their lives take an interesting set of turns. In an age that believes that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, they will discover that the way to a woman’s heart is through her best friends. The first mainstage production of the season, A Taste of Things to Come will inaugurate the newly renovated York Theatre space (new seats, new carpeting, new look).  It is presented in association with Staci Levine and What's Cookin' LLC.


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Past Shows

The Amazing Max

at Theatre at The Church of The Blessed Sacrament


Max Darwin earned the moniker “The Amazing Max“ for his extraordinary skills as a magician and also for his ability to entertain adult audiences while keeping the little ones spellbound. Max combines magic and comedy, making objects appear and disappear and generally defying the laws of physics inches from theatergoer’s faces. This high-energy, interactive and all-around silly show is appropriate for audiences of all ages (recommended 3 & up). The Amazing Max, is a perfect way to spend time with the entire family!


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Fuerza Bruta

​Daryl Roth Theatre


Originating in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2005, and celebrating 11-years worldwide, Fuerza Bruta is an uninhibited and unforgettable show you have to see to believe!  The culmination of the De La Guarda legacy, this latest incarnation of Fuerza Bruta takes the audience on a 65-minute thrill ride, including an extra 20 minutes of heart-thrashing, fast-paced fun, rousing live music, mind-blowing projections, and breathtaking aerial displays. With the newly designed giant scenography and scenes set above the audience, the show is sure to present fans of the previous incarnations (and new fans alike) with fresh experiences and guarantee that Fuerza Bruta will deliver theatrical thrills that flood the senses.


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The Producers

at Paper Mill Playhouse


The Producers is the hilarious smash hit about two theatrical producers who scheme to get rich by overselling interests in a Broadway flop. Complications arise when the show unexpectedly turns out to be successful. The show that took Broadway by storm, winning a record-breaking 12 Tony Awards and three Olivier Awards.


September 28 - October 23


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Narrows Community Theatre's The Most Miserable Christmas Tree

​at Fort Hamilton Army Base Post Theatre


As a Christmas tree, Douglas Fir is the center of attention where he extols the joys of being decorated. Unfortunately, Douglas is soon stripped of adornment, thrown to the curb and left in a pile of trash. Determined to remain a decorated Christmas tree, Douglas heads back home to Mistletoe Mountain and Miss Balsam's Finishing School for Christmas Trees to get the diploma he never received. Douglas only succeeds in becoming more miserable and turns his back on Christmas; until an important discovery allows him to understand his true purpose and the real meaning of the holiday season.   


December 2-11


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