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[Off-Broadway, 2012]
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Netflix Greenlights Two Projects With MLB Feat The Boston Red Sox

For the first time, Netflix will follow an MLB team over the course of a full season. This docuseries will feature one of sports' most historic teams, the Boston Red Sox, and provide viewers a window into what it takes to compete across a season's ups and downs in one of the most rabid sports environments.

Complete Cast Announced for SHEDDING LOAD at 59E59 Theaters

59E59 Theaters and The Varsity Theatre Company will present Shedding Load, by Jessica Owens and directed by Mia Walker. See who is starring in the cast, how to purchase tickets, and more!

New Theatre Company THEE Takes Over Shrunken Shakespeare Company & Launches with THE SPELLS Reading

The NYC-based THEE (The Hey Ensemble) will see members develop original works of theatre and film in a non-hierarchical, ensemble-based atmosphere. The company was rebuilt to align with a mutually agreed upon set of unapologetic values that uplift accessibility, collaboration, and equity.

HBO Sports Documentary SAY HEY, WILLIE MAYS! to Debut in November

HBO Sports Documentaries in association with Company Name,  UNINTERRUPTED & Major League Baseball presents SAY HEY, WILLIE MAYS!, a film exploring the life and career of Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Mays. Directed by Nelson George, the documentary includes exclusive interviews with Mays and his family.

Baseball Phenom Shohei Ohtani Sits Down for Exclusive Interview With FOX Sports' Ben Verlander

FOX Sports’ award-winning baseball personality and star of the podcast FLIPPIN’ BATS, Ben Verlander, sits down with international baseball phenom and Los Angeles Angels pitcher/designated hitter, Shohei Ohtani, for an exclusive all-access interview and in-depth conversation about Ohtani’s unique path to superstardom, the network has announced.

The HISTORY Channel to Premiere New Documentary AFTER JACKIE

The film features new and rare interviews with White and Gibson, before his untimely passing, as well as former and current baseball players such as CCSabathia, Mookie Betts, Ken Griffey Jr., Joe Torre, Dave Roberts, Al Downing and Tim McCarver, renowned sports journalists, and unlimited access to Major League Baseball’s expansive media archive.

Emerging Artists Theatre Presents A STORMY NIGHT: SCENES AND SONGS

Emerging Artists Theatre presents A Stormy Night: Scenes and Songs, a workshop performance on March 28 at 7PM at TADA Theatre. Presented as part of the 2022 New Work Series, March 21 - April 10, 2022.

The HISTORY Channel Greenlights AFTER JACKIE Documentary

The two-hour film tells the story of the second wave of Black baseball players after Jackie Robinson – such as Bill White, Curt Flood and Bob Gibson – who were up next in the fight for equality. The film features rare interviews with former and current baseball players such as CC Sabathia and Mookie Betts.

TED WILLIAMS: THE GREATEST HITTER WHO EVER LIVED, Narrated by Jon Hamm, to Debut on PBS July 23

During his remarkable career with the Boston Red Sox, Ted Williams earned many nicknames - The Kid, The Splendid Splinter and Teddy Ballgame, but the only nickname that he wanted was “the greatest hitter who ever lived.” In that pursuit, he combined his preternatural gifts with a fierce work ethic to become widely regarded as one of the greatest ever to play the game of baseball and in the process elevated the science of hitting in ways still emulated today.

Current Harbor & The Tank presents THE WHALEPHANT

The Whalephant intertwines the story of two Massachusetts men, past and present: Moses Spouter, a famed and possibly unhinged Nantucket whaling captain; and his great-great grandson, Abe Spouter, day-drunk and proud and generally pissed, who captains a whale-watching boat off the coast of Cape Cod.  It's a play about history and family, cetaceans and shanties, and the search for self at sea.

Current Harbor & The Tank presents THE WHALEPHANT

The Whalephant intertwines the story of two Massachusetts men, past and present: Moses Spouter, a famed and possibly unhinged Nantucket whaling captain; and his great-great grandson, Abe Spouter, day-drunk and proud and generally pissed, who captains a whale-watching boat off the coast of Cape Cod.  It's a play about history and family, cetaceans and shanties, and the search for self at sea. Presented by Current Harbor and The Tank. Written by Kartik Naram, Directed by Jamie Watkins, and Choreographed by Annalisa Ledson. May 5-7 Fri - Sun; 7:00pm, May 12-14 Fri-Sun; 7:00pm, & May 19-21 Fri-Sun; 7:00pm at The Tank,  a home for emerging artists 151 w. 46th St. (b/t 6th and 7th Ave) 8th Floor, NYC. For Information: visit www.thetanknyc.org or call 212-563-6269.

THE BATTLE OF CENTRAL PARK to Play The Tank

Featuring: ZACH FRIEDMAN, EILEEN HANLEY, JON HUGGINS, MICHAEL MCCLAIN, CHRISTINE PARDOS, ALEXANDRA PETER, DARRELL PURCELL, JULIA SCHONBERG and NICK TROTTA.

THE BATTLE OF CENTRAL PARK to Play The Tank

Featuring: ZACH FRIEDMAN, EILEEN HANLEY, JON HUGGINS, MICHAEL MCCLAIN, CHRISTINE PARDOS, ALEXANDRA PETER, DARRELL PURCELL, JULIA SCHONBERG and NICK TROTTA.

POOR SAILOR Plays The Brick, Now thru 6/6

Filled with authentic sea chanties and idealized sailor dances of old Hollywood, Tugboat Collective's interpretation of S.A. Harkham's iconic and nearly wordless graphic novel comes to the stage for the first time.

POOR SAILOR to Play The Brick, 5/28-6/6

Filled with authentic sea chanties and idealized sailor dances of old Hollywood, Tugboat Collective's interpretation of S.A. Harkham's iconic and nearly wordless graphic novel comes to the stage for the first time.

Target Margin Theater's URIEL ACOSTA: I WANT THAT MAN! Opens Today

Target Margin Theater, presented by The Chocolate Factory Theater (Brian Rogers, Artistic Director; Sheila Lewandowski, Executive Director), continues its exploration of Yiddish Theater with a new adaptation of one of the central plays of Yiddish history, Uriel Acosta: I Want That Man!, taken from myriad literary and historical sources. Created and directed by TMT's Artistic Director, David Herskovits, with original songs by Rebecca Hart, and toy theater created by Kathleen Kennedy Tobin, the four-member cast features Don Castro, James Tigger! Ferguson, Mary Rasmussen and J.H. Smith III.

Photo Flash: First Look at Target Margin Theater's URIEL ACOSTA: I WANT THAT MAN!

Target Margin Theater, presented by The Chocolate Factory Theater, continues its exploration of Yiddish Theater with a new adaptation of one of the central plays of Yiddish history, Uriel Acosta: I Want That Man!, taken from myriad literary and historical sources. Created and directed by TMT's Artistic Director, David Herskovits, with original songs by Rebecca Hart, and toy theater created by Kathleen Kennedy Tobin, the four-member cast features Don Castro, James Tigger! Ferguson, Mary Rasmussen and J.H. Smith III. Performances for a limited engagement continue through Saturday, April 5, 2014 at The Chocolate Factory (5-49 49th Avenue, Long Island City, Queens). Opening night is Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. Check out a first look below!

Target Margin Theater's URIEL ACOSTA: I WANT THAT MAN! Begins Performances Tonight

Target Margin Theater, presented by The Chocolate Factory Theater, continues its exploration of Yiddish Theater with a new adaptation of one of the central plays of Yiddish history, Uriel Acosta: I Want That Man!, taken from myriad literary and historical sources. Created and directed by TMT's Artistic Director, David Herskovits, with original songs by Rebecca Hart, and toy theater created by Kathleen Kennedy Tobin, the four-member cast features Don Castro, James Tigger! Ferguson, Mary Rasmussen and J.H. Smith III.

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