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Ends Feb 11 Jill Sobule's F*ck7thgrade 15 reviews
82 Overall Score

Award-winning singer-songwriter Jill Sobule's queer musical memoir.

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'F*ck7thgrade' is a loving autobiographical show from Jill Sobule – whose 1990’s hits include 'Supermodel' and the original 'I Kissed a Girl' - exploring adolescent romance, a brief rise to pop stardom. 

Lisa Peterson directs.

  • 1 hour and 35 minutes
Ends May 2023 In the Time of the Butterflie... 26 reviews
85 Overall Score

The story of the Mirabal sisters standing up to one of history’s most notorious dictators.

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'In the Time of Butterflies' is the story of the courageous Mirabal sisters (Patria, Minerva and María Teresa) from the Dominican Republic. The sisters inspired resistance cells throughout the country against the dictatorial regime of General Rafael Leónidas Trujillo. The ‘butterflies,' (their secret code name), were brutally murdered by the regime in 1960.

Performed in Spanish with English subtitles.

  • 1 hour and 40 minutes
Open run Distorted Diznee 41 reviews
86 Overall Score

In its 8th year, Distorted Diznee is a high octane look at Disney classics through a drag queen lens.

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Since 2012, Distorted Diznee has been presenting a fabulous, drag queen extravaganza that even Walt himself would have enjoyed. This show has over-the-top takes on everyone from Pocahontas and the Little Mermaid to Cher and Rihanna. In this 75 minute show, there’s a little bit of everything!
  • 1 hour and 15 minutes
Ends Feb 09 The Wildly Inappropriate Poetr... 60 reviews
86 Overall Score

The Tank presents an intimate evening with the world’s preeminent poet of the perverse.

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Arthur Greenleaf Holmes' wildly inappropriate poetry has shocked and titillated people of every shape, sexual orientation, and dietary preference. Now, in a rare decision, Arthur is opening his work parlor (which just happens to be housed in an old meat-stick dispensary) to the general public, in a similar vein to the great salons of Paris.

Arthur moves in and around the audience, reciting his verse and guiding audiences through tales of mischief and malfeasance.

  • 1 hour and 15 minutes
Ends Feb 17 Sugar Daddy 8 reviews
84 Overall Score

Part comedy, part tragedy, comedian Sam Morrison discusses love, loss, seagull attacks, and more.

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Sugar Daddy follows comedian Sam Morrison as he meets his late partner at a gay bear festival, and finds hope and humor in grieving his passing.

Following a critically lauded run at the 2022 Edinburgh Fest, the hilariously dark, poignant show makes its New York Debut.


Ends Feb 25 Solo 2 reviews
91 Overall Score

Gabe Mollica's acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe comedic storytelling show about friendship comes to NYC.

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Gabe Mollica's story begins when he turns 30 and suddenly realized he didn't have any friends. Throughout the next hour, he tries to explain why. Mollica examines his "30-year old bros," his high-school relationships, his first drunken attempt at stand-up, his summers at a camp for children with chronic illnesses, and countless more tales of youthful romance, friendship, heartbreak, and Taco Bell.



  • 1 hour and 20 minutes
Opens Feb 24 Kissing the Floor 0 reviews
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A radical retelling of the Antigone myth, set in Depression Era America.

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This play explores the relationships between a group of siblings, all survivors of their family’s agonized, infamous history. Annie and her disturbed and disturbing brother, Paul, are tethered together by fate and a tormented love as their sister Izzy and their brother Eddie look on with dismay and all too much understanding. This show asks the question: can someone ever truly remove themself from a horrible past?

Please note: Kissing the Floor contains sexually explicit material. It is recommended for ages 17+.



Opens Feb 23 I Love My Family, but... 0 reviews
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A delightful, dizzying musical about how family is always there for you - in all the wrong ways. 

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Join Timmy, his mother and father, and their speed-talking neighbor Claire on a journey through all of life’s ups, downs, and further downs. They discuss the birds and the bees, funerals for pet fish, learning the right way to ask for a divorce, and everything in between. Funny, awkward, and with its heart on its sleeve, this new musical is for anyone who might have ever thought that they loved their family, but also regret them, too. 

  • 1 hour and 20 minutes
Ends May 2023 La Golondrina (Repertorio Espa... 36 reviews
88 Overall Score

A young man seeks out singing lessons from a respected coach, who sees herself in his song choice.

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Ms. Amelia, a perfectionist, well-regarded vocal coach, begins seeing student Ramon, a young man who wants to improve his vocal technique to sing a tribute at his newly deceased mother’s memorial service. The chosen song, “La Golondrina,” has a great significance for him and, evidently, for Amelia, who, despite her initial hesitance, agrees to give him a lesson. As the afternoon progresses, the two characters unravel the details of their past, deeply marked by a terrorist attack in a bar.

Performed in Spanish with English closed captions devices. 

  • 1 hour and 20 minutes
Ends Feb 24 EVA LUNA 44 reviews
80 Overall Score

A coming of age tale about a woman born into poverty who finds her power as a storyteller.

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Based on Isabel Allende’s novel, this play follows the woman as she becomes reflector of history. Charming, funny, and cunning, we see the character’s life from childhood to adulthood, and the people she meets along the way.

Performed in Spanish with English subtitles.


  • 2 hours and 15 minutes
Ends Feb 12 Modern Swimwear 31 reviews
63 Overall Score

A provocative new play about swimwear designer Sylvie Cachay's life and the cost of women's ambition.

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After an accident in their West Village home, Nick and Sylvie escape to a hotel room in a nearby members-only club. Desires collide inside the room as Sylvie, career-focused and ambitious, readies for an important day ahead while her stoner boyfriend Nick prepares for a wild night out.

Written by Caitlin Saylor Stephens, and directed by Meghan Finn with dramaturgy by Amauta Marston-Firmino.

  • 1 hour and 20 minutes
Opens Mar 09 The Mystery of the Mosaic Bridge 0 reviews
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A retiring detective takes one last look at an elusive case.

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For his last case before retirement, a detective opens up a case that was readily dismissed a year prior -- a case involving a young woman's alleged suicide. As the witnesses come in one by one, each offering their own piece of the story, it soon becomes clear that the case isn't as straightforward as it had seemed.

  • 1 hour and 30 minutes