Different Translation and The Theater at the 14th Street Y, are pleased to present a workshop production of The Baby Monitor by award-winning husband-and-husband team playwright David Stallings (Associate Artistic Director of Arts and Culture at the 14th Street Y; NY IT Awards for Outstanding Original Full-Length Script for Dark Water) and director Antonio Miniño (Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell; Assistant Director Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train - Signature Theatre). The Baby Monitor will play three weeks from Thursday, November 29th through Sunday, December 16th, 2018 at The Theater at the 14th Street Y (344 East 14th Street at 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10003). Press are cordially invited Sun, Dec 2nd at 5:00 pm and any subsequent performance.
When Claire’s concerns over the welfare of her two-year-old nephew are dangerously validated, she begins to question the family's principals and ability to parent. A crucial new play exploring same-sex parenting and cis family values in today’s America.
A finalist for the 2014 National New Play Network, The Baby Monitor was developed in Hollywood at The Blank Theatre's Living Room Series; in New York at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity's Playwrights for A Cause, The Duo Multicultural Arts Center's Pride Week Festival, and Original Binding Productions' Naked Theater Festival.
With Leo Goodman (Dystopia), Mel House* (Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell; NY IT Awards Outstanding Actress for In the Bones), Amanda Jones* (Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell; Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh) Héctor Matías (Premios Soberano Outstanding Actor Nominee for Bony y Kin) and David Stallings (Ripcord - Shadowland Theatre). Further casting will be announced at a later date.
Featuring lighting design by Daniel Gallagher, and sound design by Jacob Subotnick. The production stage manager is Rachel Denise April.
The Baby Monitor plays the following regular schedule through Dec 16, 2018:
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 P.M.
Sundays at 5:00 P.M.
Tickets are $25.00 (Students/Seniors: $22.00) and are currently available to purchase by calling 646-395-4310 or by visiting www.differenttranslation.com.Tickets may also be purchased 30 minutes before showtime at the box office.
Neighborhood Rush: $5.00 tickets will be available 15 minutes before showtime at the box office to residents of zip codes 10003 and 10009 with valid local ID (Neighbor Rush tickets are cash-only and subject to availability).
Running Time: 100 Minutes with no intermission.
This show contains partial nudity.
Suitable for ages 16+
The Baby Monitor will perform in repertory with The Rebel Playhouse’s production of The Fantastical Dangerous Journey of Q.
*Actors will appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.
New Yiddish Rep (NYR) is pleased to announce an exhilirating line-up for the 2018-2019 season: “A Season of Resistance”. The excitement begins in the Garment District at NYR’s new Kamer Theater with The Whore From Ohio (Di Zoyne Fun Ohayo) (Oct 6, 2018) and makes its way to the East Village at The Theater at the 14th Street Y with the much anticipated return of Waiting for Godot in Yiddish (Dec 21, 2018 - Jan 27, 2019) as part of The 14th Street Y’s Season of “War and Peace”.
“We’ve tried to fashion a season that gives us and our audiences a way to resist the resurgence of the “big lie” through the voices of playwrights like Ionesco, Odets, Levin and, of course, Beckett,” states Artistic Director David Mandelbaum. “We’ve already seen rhinoceroses rampaging in Charlottesville. We’ve seen the rich get richer through the fiction that tax cuts benefitting the wealthy would somehow help the impoverished. We’ve seen the heart breaking plight of refugees being treated like criminals, children wrested from the arms of their parents, For us this is a season of protest and resistance. Its no longer just about Yiddish or Jewish. Its about not standing by and mutely watching the transformation of our society into a replica of the tragic past.”
AT THE KAMER THEATER
(315 W. 39th St, Studio 902, New York, NY 10018)
(344 E 14th St at 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003)
New Yiddish Rep is a theater laboratory on the front line of resistance against the extinction of Eastern European Yiddish theater. New Yiddish Rep speaks to a 21st century audience: modern treatments of the Yiddish classics and Yiddish interpretations of modern and postmodern masterpieces, in an intimate venue, at affordable prices, with easily readable supertitles. Our strategic vision is a Yiddish repertory theater with a 99 seat home of its own, and a long and diverse season that can both delight the public and serve as a training ground for young Yiddish-speaking actors. www.newyiddishrep.org
For media passes and interviews, please contact Press Agents: Antonio Miniño and Katie Rosin 917-562-5670 or email@example.com
Kaufman Music Center Presents
IN YOUR FACE – NEW YORK
At Merkin Hall
October 24, December 6, March 13 & May 16 at 7:30 pm
It’s big, it’s loud – it’s everything New York! In Your Face–New York captures the spirit, the energy, the music, noise and creativity of this capital of the world. A smart, fun and funny show (and podcast—www.inyourfaceny.org) for the 21st century urbanite, it’s a raucous, head-on collision between a Marx brothers romp and the New York Review of Books. In Your Face – New York brings together the best of New York’s actors, writers and musicians for supercharged revues featuring live stories, sketches and songs.
The season’s first In Your Face–New York event at Merkin Hall October 24 will feature stories told by New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik and music by the boundary-pushing band BETTY, plus the Tony-nominated Broadway star Melissa Errico, acclaimed playwright Lisa Lewis and an exploration of New Yorkers’ “Post-Traumatic Trump Disorder” with the New York Times bestselling author Dr. Josh Bazell. Sex and the City writers Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky will share hilarious advice on raising kids in New York.
The 2018-19 season will also feature the celebrated food writer Ruth Reichl, MSNBC’s Ari Melber; Fiddler on the Roof violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins; Anand Giridharadas, former New York Times columnist and author of Winner Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World; and many more TBA. The 2017-18 season featured Isaac Mizrahi (“I loved being part if this show.”), Mo Rocca (“Where else will you find an accordionist, expert wine spitter and a hedge fund manager sharing the same space?”, Nancy Giles, Roz Chast (“Great performers, great audience!”), Patricia Marx and Judy Kuhn.
Wed, Oct 24, 7:30 pm
Hosted by author and New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik and co-hosted by the boundary-pushing band BETTY. With the Tony-nominated Broadway star Melissa Errico, New York Times bestselling author Dr. Josh Bazell and acclaimed playwright Lisa Lewis, plus sketches by Sex and the City writers Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky.
Thu, Dec 6, 7:30 pm
Hosted by food writer Ruth Reichl and featuring Fiddler on the Roof violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins and Anand Giridharadas, former New York Times columnist and author of Winner Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World, plus more TBA.
Wed, Mar 13, 7:30 pm
Hosted by MSNBC’s Ari Melber and featuring a cast TBA.
Thu, May 16, 7:30 pm
Host & guests TBA
at Kaufman Music Center
129 West 67th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam)
New York, NY 10023
Tickets at 212 501 3330 or http://www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/in-your-face-new-york-1/
4-event subscription: $80-$112
Single tickets: $25-$35
CONSTELLATIONS, directed by Mark Shanahan. CONSTELLATIONS will play a limited engagement at Whippoorwill Hall Theatre (North Castle Libraray Kent Pl. Armonk, NY). Performances begin Friday, October 19 and continue through Saturday, November 3. Opening Night is Saturday, October 20 (8 p.m.).
Celebrate 20 Years of Hudson Stage Company at their annual gala, Saturday Sept. 8th at a private home in Armonk with host, Tony-nominee TONY YAZBECK (On The Town, Chicago, and Finding Neverland) and Broadway Divas: Emmy-winner and Tony-nominee LIZ CALLAWAY (Miss Saigon, Cats, Baby), Tony-winner DEBBIE GRAVITTE (Jerome Robbins Broadway, Zorba, and They're Playing Our Song), Drama Desk-nominee CAPATHIA JENKINS (Newsies, The Civil War, Caroline, Or Change, Martin Short-Fame Becomes Me, Godspell), four time Tony-nominee and Obie Winner JUDY KUHN (Fun Home, Les Miserables, She Loves Me).
Roland is a beekeeper. Marianne is a quantum physicist. What are their odds of falling in love? With infinite moments that can change the trajectory of a life, it’s anyone’s guess how cosmic collision is possible. Nick Payne’s Olivier and Drama League nominated hit is a charming, devastating and profound exploration of the universal truth of finding and losing love. A play that balances on the question of “what if” is, at its core, a poignant picture of “what is".
The production features scenic design by James J. Fenton, costume design by David C. Woolard, and lighting design by Andrew Gmoser. Matt Otto is the sound designer.
CONSTELLATIONS plays the following schedule through Sunday, November 3:
October 19 at 8:00PM
October 20 Opening at 8:00PM
October 21 at 3:00PM
October 26 at 8:00PM
October 27 8:00PM
October 28 at 3:00PM *includes Talkback with cast and HSC
November 2 at 8:00PM
November 3 at 3:00 and 8:00 PM
Tickets are $40; $35 for Students/Seniors and are now available online at Brown Paper Tickets 1-800-838-3006 www.BrownPaperTickets.com or by calling 1-800-838-3006. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the theatre a ½ hour prior to performance, including a $10 student rush ticket.
Running Time: 80 Minutes
From comedians Dan Goodman and JoAnna Ross comes Schtick A Pole In It, a night of comedy and pole dancing. Comics and pole dancers alternate the stage to create a unique show that leaves everyone happy. Schtick a Pole In It plays two nights a month at Drom (85 Avenue A, New York, NY), September 21, 22; October 26, 27; November 24; December 21, 22 all shows are at 8:00pm, doors open at 7:30pm. The launch of a multi-city tour begins October 6 in Chicago at Stage 773 (1225 W. Belmont, Chicago IL 60657).
Who doesn’t like to laugh? Who doesn’t like to see dancers do insane things on the pole? If you’ve never seen a pole show this is the one to come to. They’re not strippers, it’s not burlesque, it’s aerial dance with a side of crazy gymnastics and death defying tricks that make your jaw drop. Come see dancers in peak physical condition alternate the stage with comics in peak mental depression.
Every month we have a different musical theme. Think Prince, Gaga, Zeppelin, The Beatles, GNR, ect. If you don't see shows like this why are you even paying the crazy NYC rents?
Schtick a Pole In It plays the following schedule through 2019 with performances on the 4th weekend of the month at 8 p.m. doors open at 7:30 p.m.
*October 6 in Chicago at 9:30pm doors open at 9pm
Tickets are $20-$30 and are now available online at http://www.ticketfly.com/search/?q=schtick or cash at the door.
Chicago tickets are $25-$35 and are now available at: Ticket link: https://www.stage773.com/show/schtickapole
85 Ave A NY, NY 10009
Chicago NEW venue:
1225 W. Belmont, Chicago IL 60657
Running Time: 90 minutes
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