The story of the Mirabal sisters standing up to one of history’s most notorious dictators.... Read more
'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.
In its 8th year, Distorted Diznee is a high octane look at Disney classics through a drag queen lens.... Read more
A dance/theatre piece by John Kelly about the life of Samuel Steward.... Read more
Acclaimed performance artist John Kelly premieres his work for four dancers, based on the storied life of Samuel Steward (1909-1993).
Steward was a gay author, tattoo artist, writer of erotic fiction, and liberated sexual adventurer, who lived a proud life examining and realizing his physical and erotic desires through his works.
This performance contains mature themes. Appropriate for ages 18+.
A fictional character affects more than just made up stories in this new comedic thriller.... Read more
Part comedy, part thriller. George Kaplan (the character) is a fictional spy in Hitchcock’s ‘North by Northwest,’ George Kaplan (the play) is a comedic and off-kilter examination of the ways fiction interacts with politics and identity.
The true story of Eleanor and Alice Roosevelt, both often diametrically opposed but still family.... Read more
Eleanor and Alice Roosevelt were friends, cousins, and rivals, and they met at eight consequential moments throughout the course of their lives. They bickered, laughed, commiserated, and argued over their husbands, children, ideas of politics and the state of the world. One a Democrat and one a Republican, over 60 years of meetings they witnessed a shifting world from their own unique points of view as two of the most influential women of the 20th century. Through their accomplishments, Eleanor and Alice ultimately help build a foundation that benefits women in politics today.
A live sketch show based on the YouTube show of the same name.... Read more
In a series of dark, strange, but familiar sketches, the performers explore controversial topics that some may be too nervous to discuss, including, but not limited to: Did most of us peak in high school?
A humorous yet raw autobiography written and performed by Japanese born artist Teruko Nakajima.... Read more
Teruko Nakajima flees her homeland to get away from a life rife with physical and emotional abuse. She tries surviving in America by becoming a Dominatrix, a salsa dancer, and night club madame. But as the pressures of this new world catch up to her, Teruko must learn to love herself before her own trauma can hurt her.
An actor drinks heavily (think Comedy Central's 'Drunk History') and tries to corral others into enacting a story by the Bard.... Read more
Every night at The Garden, a Drunk Shakespeare society member will have at least five shots of whiskey and then attempt to perform in a Shakespearean play. Each performance by The Drunk Shakespeare Society requires a Patron, an audience member to be the King or Queen who helps run the show. Anything can, and does, happen. Craft cocktails available during the show.
A modern riff on the classic holiday tale that's a hedonistic fusion of nightlife and theatre.... Read more
This sexy reimagining of The Nutcracker is infused with elements of opera, circus, vaudeville, and burlesque, and is told with erotic, sensual, and opulent flair. The wide-eyed heroine is now an adult named Marie Claire, and the world she discovers is a wintry realm of half-naked dancers and acrobats, gyrating and performing physical stunts that send her into a state of ecstasy.
A coming of age tale about a woman born into poverty who finds her power as a storyteller.... Read more
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.
A murderer is axing trees in this new murderous musical comedy just in time for the holiday season.... Read more
It’s the Christmas season in Tree Town and all the Trees want nothing more than to look their best.
After a series of disappearances, Small Paul (the tiniest tree in Tree Town) and Noel (the mayor's daughter) start to question Tree Town’s relationship with the much respected Farmer Todd — who has been moving in particularly odd ways as of late.
Will this unlikely pair solve the mystery before the yearly Christmas Pageant?
This classic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is the longest running in Broadway history.... Read more
From the depths below the Paris Opera House, the Phantom will stop at nothing to promote his young muse, Christine Daaé, to stardom. When Christine falls in love with a prominent theatre manager, the Phantom wastes no time trying to win her back through song.
The show is based on the 1910 novel by Gaston Leroux. With iconic songs such as ‘Angel of Music’, ‘Music of the Night’, ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, and many more, this Andrew Lloyd Webber classic is the longest running musical in Broadway history. It opened in London in 1986 and on Broadway in 1988.
The musical was directed by the late Harold Prince, the director and producer who had a huge impact on American musical theater.