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Kraine Theater, 85 East 4th Street 2/19/2015 to 3/26/2015
A darkly poetic satire of Phantom of the Opera as seen through the iron bars of a carnival freak-show cage. With puppets more twisted than a melodrama mustache (and twice as greasy), ERIK points and laughs at the real freak show- us. …
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Red Noses
The Secret Theatre, 44-02 23rd St. 4/8/2015 to 4/19/2015

So funny- I could die laughing!
FACED WITH THE HOPELESS DEVASTATION OF THE BLACK PLAGUE in 1300’s France, a desperate monk hits upon his sacred crusade: Let them die laughing! That is, in a nutshell, the plot of Peter Barnes’ utterly brilliant 1978 play, “Red Noses,” first produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1985. This Ol…
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Theatre 54, 244 W. 54th St., 12th Floor 4/2/2015 to 4/18/2015
In the 1937 Hollywood of UNMENTIONABLES, the higher you rise, the more dangerous your secrets become. When threatened with revelations that could jeopardize these precarious altitudes, how far will the powerful go to hide the flesh, dirt, and blood that make up a star? Hollywood of 1937, “Unmenti…
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The Man of the Hour
Metropolitan Playhouse, 220 E 4th Street 2/20/2015 to 3/22/2015

Graphic by Caroline Albrectsen
In 1906, George H. Broadhurst threw down a political gauntlet with The Man of the Hour. The political bosses of an American Great City are ready to put careless playboy Alwyn Bennett into the mayor’s mansion–provided he will do their bidding in office. An inspired campaigner, he wins the people…
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The Skin of Our Teeth
TADA! Theater, 15 West 28th Street 3/5/2015 to 3/22/2015

Articulate Theatre’s production of
Surely the world is coming to an end with disasters like the weather, the war(s), and the neighbors. Or is it? Thornton Wilder’s classic reminds us that humanity has overcome troubles in the past and will inevitably do so again. Sure, we may lose a pet dinosaur here and there, but somehow we always …
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Measure For Measure
Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue 3/5/2015 to 3/22/2015

Measure For Measure
The blatant abuse of power by a religious community leader, and the struggle of a young novice that follows, helps to draw into focus the distinction between the duality of human nature and outright hypocrisy. The conservative backdrop of 1950’s Boston sets the stage for what is, hands down, the cr…
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14th Street Y, The, 344 E. 14th Street 3/12/2015 to 3/29/2015

Image by Michael Ferrell
Robert Oppenheimer and his brother Frank are desperately racing to beat the Nazis to the world’s first nuclear bomb in the throes of World War II, but when they finally see the power of their new weapon, the two men are torn apart in a battle between conscience and ambition….
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Money Lab
HERE Arts Center, 145 6th Avenue 3/20/2015 to 4/11/2015
An economic vaudeville, a multi-disciplinary experiment to discover whether economic ideas can be represented through performance….
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The TheaterLab, 357 West 36th Street 3rd Fl 3/5/2015 to 3/22/2015

Jay Reum, Connor Johnston in Quit the Road Jack, Isaiah Tanenbaum Theatrical Photography
A comedy about the North American Free Trade Agreement…
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Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street 3/15/2015 to 3/29/2015

Ivette Dumeng as Kristina
Kristina is the true story of Sweden’s only ruling queen (and unacknowledged basis for the Garbo film “Queen Christina”) and the scandals leading up to her abdication in 1654: accusations that she had stolen or squandered a five million daler tribute and rumors of her impending conversion to Roman C…
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The Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd St. 4/16/2015 to 5/3/2015
For the sake of Jason, Medea has left her home and lives in exile. Jason abandons her and their two sons for a new life and a new bride. And now Medea must leave. She begs to stay just one more day. It is enough. One of the greatest pieces of dramatic literature of all time in a thrilling new pr…
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American Theatre of Actors, Beckman Theatre, 314 West 54th Street 3/20/2015 to 3/29/2015
Monsterpiece Theater Collective presents Hamlet in the only way the know how, with reckless innovation and classic inspiration. Always keeping a reverent eye on the text and casting a young woman as Hamlet. …
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100 First Dates
Treehouse Theater, 154 W 29th St 3/8/2015 to 4/26/2015

Is it a date or a death match?
The 100 First Dates Troupe answers all of your dating questions with hilarious, poignant, and silly results….
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American Moor
The Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd St. 4/21/2015 to 5/10/2015
What is the Role of a Lifetime? What is the Role of a Life? Keith Hamilton Cobb breathes his life into a new Othello, an actor who is continuing the footsteps of his cultural heritage and theatrical legacy into a modern world that deeply understands neither. He is defiant and broken-hearted, but mo…
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Gallery Players of Park Slope, 199 14th Street (btw 4th & 5th) 3/7/2015 to 3/29/2015

THE BAKER’S WIFE at The Gallery Players
The Baker’s Wife is a modern day fable of love – love that is at once complicated, painful, challenging, joyful and essential. Set in a rural village of Provence, France in 1935, the musical is truly an ensemble piece filled with intriguing characters. The musical focuses in on the marriage of the n…
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PINWHEEL! a new musical
Alchemical Theatre Laboratory, 104 W. 14th Street 3/20/2015 to 4/4/2015

A new musical freely adapted by Caroline J. Prugh and Jennifer Sandella with an original score by Geoff Barone….
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Making History
Treehouse Theater, 154 W 29th St 3/19/2015 to 4/4/2015

A furry time traveler
Patrick Tyler got home early last night. 30 years early. 1982 – The government launches Project Chronomotion to unlock the mysteries of time travel. Two years later it ends in failure. 2019 – Scientist Patrick Tyler restarts the program, only to find himself trapped in the past by his own e…
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Loisaida Center, 710 East 9th Street 4/9/2015 to 4/25/2015

credit: Isaiah Tanenbaum
Flux Theatre Ensemble presents the world premiere of August Schulenburg’s SALVAGE. Salvage tells the story of Noma and Akiko, two government officials searching for precious objects through what’s left of a post-catastrophe New York City. When their manager Dennis hires Mandy, a veteran from America…
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Live From The Surface Of The Moon
Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street 4/2/2015 to 4/11/2015

Photography Credit: Nadia Quinn
July 20, 1969. Cleveland, Ohio. Like millions of Americans, Don and Carol are hosting a party to watch Neil Armstrong become the first man to walk on the moon. Unfortunately for lonely Holly Phelps, she’s invited. …
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Gruesome Playground Injuries
Teatro Círculo, 64 East 4th Street 4/10/2015 to 4/26/2015

Production postcard Photo
Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the most bizarre intervals, leading the two childhood best friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that keep drawing them together….
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Urinetown: the Musical
Hudson Guild Theatre, 441 West 26th Street 4/16/2015 to 4/26/2015

Urinetown: the Musical!
The St. Bart’s Players proudly presents the Tony-award-winning, hilarious comedy, Urinetown: the Musical. The first NYC revival in 14 years, Urinetown is a bold satire on politics, capitalism and socialism, as well as a parody of such hit musicals as Les Miserables and West Side Story. You’ll have a…
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R & J & Z
New Ohio Theater, 154 Christopher Street #1E 4/1/2015 to 4/18/2015

R & J & Z starts with Act V of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and continues on, as the young couple navigates a world in which death isn’t necessarily the end. Written in verse and set against the historical backdrop of Verona’s plague, R & J & Z throws old and new characters together over the cours…
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Do This One Thing for Me
The Barrow Group Theatre, 312 West 36th Street – 3rd Floor 4/9/2015 to 5/3/2015

The poignant story of a woman’s self-discovery through her relationship with her father, a Greek Jew who survived Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen. Now he just wants to dance with his daughter at her wedding. Not too much to ask, right?…
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The Addicts
Theater for the New City, 155 First Avenue 4/16/2015 to 5/3/2015

The Addicts logo by Kristina Leath-Malin and Janet Bentley
The Jewish Supporters of Christ realize they have no black people, and start knocking on different doors. A Minister and a Jew of Color figure out that they knew, and loved, each other in the past. Meanwhile, Canada becomes a belligerent superpower while the U.S.A. chills out and learns how to lov…
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True Believer
Theaterlab NYC, 357 w. 36th st. 4/17/2015 to 5/9/2015

Photo by Pavel Ezrohi
​A young journalist returns from the Arab Spring hungry to build a more just society at home. Yet after she fails to publish her writing and can no longer relate to her apathetic peers, despondency sets in. Insomnia – a domestic terrorist group- reverses that. By recruiting her to write their …
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The Spring Fling: Anniversary
IRT Theater, 154 Christopher St., 3rd floor 4/23/2015 to 5/3/2015
F*It Club presents the 5th Annual award-winning Spring Fling, a collection of six world-premiere, commissioned short plays from notable playwrights on a common theme. This year’s theme is “anniversary.” World Premiere Short Plays by Jon Caren, Matthew-Lee Erlbach, Elizabeth Irwin, Erica Saleh, S…