Bond, Sims, Wellman, et al. Set for Dixon Place's Fall Season


This season, Dixon Place will offer special 25th Anniversary Pricing, featuring free, $5 and $10 tickets for most fall shows as well as lounge specials including $5 beer, wine & well, plus special cocktails nightly.

Visit for advanced tickets or call 212.219.0736 for reservations. Tickets are also available at the door.

The Lounge at Dixon Place opens at 6PM with Happy Hour prices until 7pm and special cocktails every night! Every drink you buy helps support our artists, our mission AND you can take your drinks into the theater!

The Fall Schedule is as follows:

Wednesdays August 31, September 28, October 26 at 9:30pm (lounge)
Hosted by Greg Walloch and Mark Allen with special guests! Your favorite comedic performers pitch their ideas to publishing industry heavyweights. Don't just sit there waiting for your big break... Pitch!
$7 cash only at the door

Thursday, September 1 at 7:30pm
Hosted by Book Kennison and featuring the best new and original circus and variety acts in NYC, including performances by Jacob Sharpe and Spencer Novich. Live music by Cirkestra.

A Hard-hitting, side-spitting, and perfectly fitting hour of NYC's best new and original circus and variety.
Advance tickets: $10 | Door: $15

Wednesday, September 7 at 7:30pm
Written by Virgilio Piñera. Performed and directed by Alexis Diaz de Villegas. This monologue allows us to witness the crisis of an actor who is tired of the roles he must play, not just in the theatrical sense, but in life more broadly. The audience will become witness to the actor's spontaneous performance, which dramatize emotional states as they are experienced in the moment, in both Spanish and English.
Advance tickets: $10 | Door: $15

Thursday, September 8 at 8pm
In collaboration with Feminist Press, Mx. Justin Vivian Bond, Kate Bornstein, Nao Bustamente, Nath Ann Carrera and Amos Mac Celebrate the launch of Justin's new memoir Tango: My Childhood Backwards and in High Heels with an evening of readings, tributes and performance. There will be a cash bar featuring Dixon Place's tribute drink to Mx. Justin Vivian Bond, the Saint Vivian.
$20 cover includes a copy of Bond's new book

Thursday, September 8 at 9:30pm
Featuring Ephrat (Bounce), Jimbo, Linda (La Naija), Lisa, Secada, Tara and Tine
More than just a unique group of house dancers, MAWU's strength lies in the diversity of its members, all of whom represents different backgrounds, ethnicities and performance genres including house, hip hop, freestyle, modern, ballet, African and jazz. MAWU's movement style can be best described as "urban dance fusion" because its members seek to express movement using a clear vocabulary as it has been and continues to be developed in the urban underground setting, while drawing on both classical and contemporary techniques.
Advance tickets: $10 | Door: $15

Fridays & Saturdays, September 9, 10, 16 17, 23 & 24 at 7:30pm
Written and Directed by Susana Cook
Sound design by Julian Mesri
A misunderstood miracle shakes a conservative congregation's values to its core when their beloved pastor becomes the center of a spectacular firestorm that will forever shatter their notions of sex, gender and intercourse between animate beings. A transcendent trans-comedy of errors featuring mad ministers, divine interventions, confused angels and maybe even the antichrist.

Born in Argentina, SUSANA COOK is a NYC-based playwright, director and performer who has been presenting innovative works internationally for over 20 years. She has performed and led workshops in Spain, France, India, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Canada and at several colleges and universities around the United States. Her most recent shows include The Fury of The Gods, Homeland Insecurities, The Idiot King, The Values Horror Show, 100 Years of Attitude, Dykenstein and Hamletango. She has received several fellowships and awards for her work from the New York
Foundation for the Arts, Franklin Furnace Archives, Arts International, Astrea Foundation, and INTAR.

THE HOMOPHOBES is commissioned by and first presented at Dixon Place with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, and the City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs; and with private funds from The Peg Santvoord Foundation and the Jerome Foundation.
Advance tickets: $15 General Admission | $12 Student/Senior. Door: $18 General Admission | $15 Student/Senior

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