"ART"

by YASMINA REZA

Trans. by CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and three long-time friends come to laughs — and blows — over the value of an expensive painting. A wickedly witty portrait of modern art that asks how much truth and honesty can a friendship endure. By the author of GOD OF CARNAGE. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play and the Olivier Award for Best Comedy.

"KENNEDY:

BOBBY'S LAST CRUSADE"

by DAVID ARROW

What if Robert F. Kennedy, brother and adviser to a President and junior Senator from New York, had never been assassinated? Would he have gone on to win the White House in 1968 and to bring our troops home from Vietnam? Would he have been the voice of moral clarity to bind Americans together? David Arrow’s virtuoso performance gives us 90 minutes to dream … of what might have been.

"THE SABBATH GIRL"

by CARY GITTER

Angie Mastrantoni has a lot going for her: A job at a hip art gallery. A new apartment on the Upper West Side. But not much time for relationships. But then her neighbor Seth, a divorced Orthodox Jew with a knish store on the Lower East Side, knocks on her door. A contemporary romantic comedy with heart about the loneliness of big-city life and the possibility of finding love next door.  World premiere.

"MR. PARKER"

by MICHAEL McKEEVER

From the author of AFTER and DANIEL’S HUSBAND comes a potent look at love and lust, life and loss. Terry Parker is at a crossroads  —suddenly single and unable to adjust to a world that has moved on without him – when he embarks on a journey of self-discovery in this funny, touching new play about learning to let go of the past and embracing the future. New York premiere. For mature audiences.

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"A BROOKLYN BOY"

Co-written & performed by STEVEN PRESCOD

Co-written & directed by

MOISES ROBERTO BELIZARIO

Steven Prescod's riveting portrayal of his coming of age in Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood takes audiences on a journey from adversity to personal triumph. "A tour de force" -- The New York Times. "Mesmerizing!" -- The Daily News. "Brooklyn's mean streets come ferociously to life in a show that introduces us to a remarkable new talent" -- Light & Sound.

"PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD"

NEW PLAY READING SERIES

 

JUNE 24

AUGUST 12

AUGUST 26

SEPTEMBER 16

Join us Monday evenings for a reading of a new play, preceded by food from a local restaurant and followed by a lively discussion among the author, actors and audience.

CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF THIS SEASON'S READINGS

"HEART LIKE A WHEEL:

A TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF LINDA RONSTADT"

starring RITA HARVEY

In this musical tribute to Linda Ronstadt, hear the timeless classics that make her one of America's most beloved performers ("You're No Good," "Blue Bayou," "When Will I Be Loved," "Desperado," "Heat Wave," among others) -- and the stories behind the songs -- as performed by Rita Harvey, Broadway star of "Phantom of the Opera" and "Fiddler on the Roof."

"REGINA CARTER

IN CONCERT"

For Regina Carter, recipient of a MacArthur Genius Fellowship and Doris Duke Artist Award, the violin isn't simply a musical instrument, but a passport to a myriad of cultures and sounds. Dubbed "the finest jazz violinist of her generation" by The New York Times, she draws upon a wide range of musical influences, including Motown, Afro-Cuban, swing, bebop, folk and spirituals, and her repertoire ranges from "After a Dream" to "Chattanooga Choo Choo." 

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