Cultures collide in this updated, hot version of Gilbert & Sullivan’s hilarious tale, The Mikado. Set in a 1940s nightclub, the music swings with big band, jazz, gospel and blues.
Harvard Observatory in the early 1900s: grave men peer through their giant telescope. Behind the scenes, Henrietta Leavitt and her female “computer” partners map the distant stars in galaxies beyond our own. Henrietta’s brilliant work paves the way for modern astronomy, but she struggles for recognition in a man’s world. In this magical story of […]
Party before the concert with our pool, ping pong and foosball challenge playoff as well as a cash bar starting at 6:15 pm. Then join 300 friends, Guest Conductor David Bloom (of Contemporaneous fame) and the Present Music Ensemble for a mesmerizing concert featuring mezzo soprano Lucy Dhegrae. Urged by idiosyncratic minimalist composer, Julius Eastman, […]
by Terrence McNally Sept. 20 – Oct. 15, 2017 Studio Theatre Directed by Mary MacDonald Kerr Featuring Todd Denning and Marcella Kearns Restaurant coworkers Frankie and Johnny have been on one date, and they’ve slept together, and that’s IT – as far as Frankie is concerned. Johnny, a compulsive romantic, has other ideas. He’s decided […]
This celebrated musical comedy follows two small-time gamblers as they pursue love and luck, from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana., Cuba. It’s no surprise that it tops Entertainment Weekly’s list of “Greatest Musicals of All Time,” as this granddaddy of American musicals has it all – show-stopping numbers, a timeless story, […]
Eccentric Manhattan socialite Florence Foster Jenkins once declared, “people may say I can’t sing, but no one ever said I didn’t sing.” And, oh, did she sing – often and loudly, but rarely on key. Her recitals brought her a legion of die-hard fans, and she capped her improbable career with a Carnegie Hall concert […]
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of Disgraced and The Invisible Hand comes a thrillingly fierce and funny new play about identity, religion, and the contradictions that make us who we are. Growing up Muslim with her close-knit family in Atlanta, Zarina is writing about women and Islam when she meets Eli, a young convert who bridges the gap between […]
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