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by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2018
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 5/3/2018 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by Nicole Ackman - May 4, 2018
Liam Mower is currently playing the Angel in Matthew Bourne's Cinderella, after joining New Adventures in 2011. Liam made his West End debut at the age of 12 in Billy Elliot the Musical, as one of the original three Billys; together, they won an Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical.
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2018
Rhinebeck Writers Retreat is presenting a private reading of the new musical, THE PROXY MARRIAGE, book and lyrics by Michele Lowe and music and lyrics by Adam Gwon, on May 7 in New York City, which includes actors Jason Tam (Jesus Christ Superstar Live on NBC, Broadway: A Chorus Line, If/Then), Whitney Bashor (The Bridges of Madison County), Anika Larsen (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Avenue Q), and Daniel Jenkins (Mary Poppins, Billy Elliot, Big River). The reading is directed by Lonny Price (Sunset Boulevard starring Glenn Close) and music directed by Vadim Feichtner (Falsettos Broadway revival).
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2018
A special program of DCINY (Distinguished Concerts International New York) 10th anniversary season, a popular producer of world-class classical choral concerts, is The Sacred and the Profane, featuring the New York premiere of Gospel Trinity, written by African American composer Rosephanye Powell and conducted by William Powell, followed by Carl Orff's Carmina Burana conducted by maestro Jonathan Griffith. The program juxtaposes the sacred in Powell's composition with the profane in Orff's masterpiece.
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2018
From Monday 11 June 2018, there will be major cast changes at the West End production of 'LES MISERABLES' at the Queen's Theatre, which is now in its record breaking 33rd year.
by Natasha Ashley - May 4, 2018
Is it a rock concert? A musical production? Or an Irish dance show? Rockin' Road to Dublin can be categorized as all three. The one-night-only engagement of this unique Irish dance and rock concert at Syracuse's Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater proved to be a fantastic experience. It offers a fresh take on traditional Irish tunes, showcases some very familiar classic rock hits, incorporates Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova's Academy Award-winning song 'Falling Slowly,' along with Irish dance. The combination of all of this results in a powerful and memorable entertainment experience. The concert/dance show is referred to as 'the new generation of Irish rock and dance because there's more than one road to the Heart of Ireland.' I must say this generation of Irish dancers is on point!
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2018
He has mystified fellow magicians Penn & Teller and dazzled audiences all over the world with innovative and jaw-dropping illusions. Now, New York will experience Vitaly Beckmanas he makes his New York City performing debut with VITALY: An Evening of Wonders. Produced by Daryl Roth, the show will play the Westside Theatre (407 West 43rd Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues), for a strictly limited engagement from Wednesday, June 13 through Sunday, September 30, 2018. Opening night is Thursday, June 21.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 4, 2018
The Saturday, April 28th world premiere of 'The Beach House', the latest installment in the iconic Hallmark Hall of Fame franchise, made Hallmark Channel a top destination on cable this week. On a Live+3 basis, the movie was the highest-rated and most-watched non-sports cable program of the day and was #2 of the week, excluding news and sports.
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 4, 2018
The company of Carousel had reason to celebrate this week, as the show picked up eleven Tony nominations. One of them went to the outstanding choreography of Justin Peck, who makes his Broadway debut with this piece. Watch as the company brings his vision to life on the Imperial stage below!
by Julie Musbach - May 4, 2018
The Howard County Arts Council (HCAC) is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2018 Arts Scholarship Program. A total of $10,000 in awards was distributed. A $4,000 scholarship was awarded to Eunice Braimoh, Literary Art, Howard High School. $1,000 scholarships went to Maria Collins, Dance, Glenelg High School; Allison Fitzgerald, Vocal Music/Musical Theatre, Glenelg High School; Tori Hogan, Visual Art, Glenelg High School; Anna Kelly, Dance, Glenelg High School; Ina O'Ryan, Instrumental Music, Hammond High School; and Allison Wagner, Theatre (Technical/Design), Reservoir High School.
by Ellen Dostal - May 4, 2018
Somewhere in a cheap hotel in Chicago, circa late 1930s, three women are singing the blues. Two have been around the block and seen it all. One is woefully wise beyond her years. All have been burned by the flames of desire and lovers who have done them wrong. This is the set-up for BLUES IN THE NIGHT, the musical revue conceived and directed by Sheldon Epps, playing through May 20th in the Lovelace Studio Theater at The Wallis.
by Julie Musbach - May 4, 2018
Riverdale Rising Stars presents THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, the interactive musical comedy whodunit in which the audience decides who did it! The Tony Award-winning musical comedy will run for six performances only.
by Julie Musbach - May 4, 2018
Abingdon Theatre Company (Tony Speciale, Artistic Director; Denise Dickens, Producing Director) presents the final main stage production of its 25th Anniversary season, Fruit Trilogy, a new trilogy of plays by Tony Award winner Eve Ensler (The Vagina Monologues, In the Body of the World) and directed by Mark Rosenblatt
by David Clarke - May 4, 2018
Lena Hall rings in May with OBSESSED: P!NK, a tribute to the diva who transitioned from mercurial party girl to a songstress giving the world healthy doses of resilient strength, love, and feminism. With both artists being inspiringly bold, with vocals defined by their signature grit, and both possessing magnetizing stage presences, this EP seems almost too obvious a choice. Yet, as with each of the previous entries in the 'Obsessed' series, it does anything but disappoint.
by Julie Musbach - May 4, 2018
The basilica of San Miniato al Monte, a Romanesque masterpiece established a thousand years ago as a basilica by Bishop Ildebrando, celebrates its millennial anniversary with the meticulous restoration of its Chapel of the Crucifix. The project was funded by the Friends of Florence, a nonprofit devoted to cultural heritage preservation in Florence, Italy. Friends of Florence celebrates its 20th anniversary this year having funded hundreds of restoration projects in Florence and the Tuscan region thus far.
by Julie Musbach - May 4, 2018
Birdland will kick-off their great week of programming with Bill Charlap, Natalie Douglas Tributes: Ella Fitzgerald, Karen Oberlin with Her Trio, and more!
by Alan Henry - May 4, 2018
The Wallis production of BLUES IN THE NIGHT, conceived and directed by Sheldon Epps, starts performances next week in the intimate Lovelace Theater! Artistic Director Paul Crewes snuck into rehearsal to chat with cast members Yvette Cason, Bryce Charles, Chester Gregory, and Paulette Ivory about this exciting new production.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 4, 2018
Paying homage to one of the most influential groups of all time, NBC is celebrating Sweden's most popular export with 'ABBA: Thank You for the Music, An All-Star Tribute.' The two-hour special, set to air in December, will showcase specially invited artists performing classic songs made famous by ABBA, including 'Dancing Queen', 'Mamma Mia', The Winner Takes It All' and 'Take A Chance On Me'.
by Richard Ridge - May 3, 2018
For over five plus decades Linda Lavin has enraptured audiences on stage, screen and television. She won the triple crown- Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her heart -breaking performance in Neil Simon's 'Broadway Bound'. She is known to million of fans as 'Alice' on her 9 -year ground breaking TV Series for which she won two Golden Globes. Celebrated playwrights Nicky Silver, Donald Margulies, Richard Greenberg and Charles Busch have written memorable and award winning roles for her. This renaissance woman does everything.
by Stephi Wild - May 3, 2018
The South Orange Performing Arts Center's Herb & Milly Iris Gallery will host its annual Inspired Minds: Young Artist Exhibition featuring 50 of the most talented Essex County high school artists from May 17 through August 17.
by Macon Prickett - May 3, 2018
The Barbican is very pleased to announce the appointment of Gali Gold as its new Head of Cinema.
by Julie Musbach - May 3, 2018
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts presents three world premiere concert events for its 2017-18 Jazz Residency Artists: Luke Carlos O'Reilly, Colton Weatherston, and Doug Hirlinger. The artists, alongside an array of collaborators, will debut work that speaks to an aspect of Philadelphia's history and culture, from the Black Lives Matter movement, to Germantown Avenue, to inequality and gentrification in the city. After the first performance, May 3, WURD Radio will present a post-show chat back entitled The Sounds of Social Justice with all three residents, hosted by Stephanie Renee.
by Julie Musbach - May 3, 2018
Performance Space New York continues its East Village Series' examination of the history, assessment of the present, and radical gaze into the future of the neighborhood in which it was founded and has boldly returned this season. Autonomous, anti-capitalist, gender self-determining collective BRUJAS-who build revolutionary political coalition through youth culture, and express community through skateboarding, art, and political organizing-will be in residence at Performance Space New York from May 25-June 9.
by Macon Prickett - May 3, 2018
Cinedigm (NASDAQ; CIDM), JungoTV and Karate Combat announced a distribution deal today, putting the new professional martial arts league's content on COMBAT GO, the freshly-launched global martial arts digital-first network. With this deal, Karate Combat's landmark league takes karate into the mainstream with action-packed, full contact rules and a patented fighting pit that provides dynamic cinematic views.
by Macon Prickett - May 3, 2018
Performance Space New York continues its East Village Series' examination of the history, assessment of the present, and radical gaze into the future of the neighborhood in which it was founded and has boldly returned this season. Autonomous, anti-capitalist, gender self-determining collective BRUJAS-who build revolutionary political coalition through youth culture, and express community through skateboarding, art, and political organizing-will be in residence at Performance Space New York from May 25-June 9. With their project, Training Facility, they have enlisted industrial designer Jonathan Olivares to transform the organization's new theater into a skate park and intimate meet-up spot. On May 25, as part of Red Bull Music Festival, the collective will throw their third annual Anti-Prom in the space, kicking off their residency with the gender-queering party described by the New York Times as 'an effervescent celebration of people usually sidelined by traditional prom culture.' Or, as BRUJAS co-founder Arianna Gil herself has described it, 'the Met-Gala of the underground.'
by Julie Musbach - May 3, 2018
Denver Arts & Venues Public Art Program, now in its 30th year, has released two new requests for qualifications (RFQs) for artists who wish to work on public art project(s) at Denver Museum of Nature and Science and/or Cranmer Park.
by Julie Musbach - May 3, 2018
Innervision Records is excited to continue to release several new singles and new albums from both new and established Innervision artists and happy to announce the addition of Arizona native Saxophonist Neamen Lyles to the roster. Lyles new single will hit the airwaves first week in June with his full CD 'Moment Of Truth' to follow. 'Neamen is another example of the young, up-and-coming artists that are breathing new life into the smooth jazz genre,' says Innervision GM Steve Belkin. 'We feel he is a great fit for the roster and look forward to good things happening in the future.'
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 3, 2018
West End and recording star Michael Ball earned Olivier Awards for Hairspray and Sweeney Todd. Now starring in the new version of the 80's mega smash " Chess" by the Abba boys Benny & Bjorn plus Sir Tim Rice in this new and exclusive interview he reveals all about Chess, interviewing Hollywood legend Doris Day, turning Down Sunset Boulevard and so much more!
by Juan-Jose Gonzalez - May 3, 2018
Stage Entertainment Spain has recently announced ANASTASIA in Madrid in a great press event, including Stephen Flaherty. BroadwayWorld had the chance to speak with the composer about this show, his career on Broadway, his creative process with Lynn Ahrens (lyricist of ANASTASIA) and much more!
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 3, 2018
The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) and Mills Entertainment announced today that Will Gilbert, co-host of The Rhode Show on WPRI CBS 12, will be the moderator for WILLIAM SHATNER AND STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN at PPAC on Saturday, May 12 at 7:30P.  The Rhode Show airs live Monday through Friday at 9A; tune in next week, May 7 - 11, for more information on a chance to win tickets to see the May 12th event.
by Zofeen Maqsood - May 3, 2018
Ravi Rastogi, a Delhi based jazz dancer who trained at the famous Broadway Dance Centre, New York, describes his journey as an eventful twist of fate. Coming from a humble background with no education, his journey from Bareilly to Broadway speaks a lot about his hard work and determination.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 3, 2018
Seattle Shakespeare Company closes its 2017-2018 season with Shakespeare in Love, the delightful new stage adaptation of Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard's Academy Award-winning film. This warm and witty romantic comedy will be helmed by Seattle Shakespeare Company's Artistic Director George Mount. Originally produced by Disney Theatrical Productions and Sonia Friedman Productions and adapted for the stage by Lee Hall with music by Paddy Cuneen, Shakespeare in Love previews May 2 and 3, opens May 4 and runs through June 3 at the Cornish Playhouse at the Seattle Center.
by Cole Grissom - May 2, 2018
Sunday was gorgeous. So gorgeous, in fact, the first half of the day distracted me-cutting my trek to the Dudamel/LA Phil concert dangerously close. After running home and tossing on my short-suit, I threw myself into the middle of Columbus avenue in a frenzied flail-praying for a lit cab. Luckily, one stopped and I flung myself inside, hopeful this driver knew how to get to Lincoln Center.
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2018
Hypokrit Theatre Company will present the World Premiere of THE MUSIC IN MY BLOOD by Sonalee Hardikar and Shubhra Prakash. This play about Indian music that spans generations and countries will be directed by Sonalee Hardikar. Previews of this limited Off-Broadway engagement begin June 6 at American Theatre of Actors. Opening is slated for Sunday, June 10.
by Bonnie Lynn Wagner - May 2, 2018
Don't let the sweet, easy cover fool you: If you're a fan of Nicholas Sparks and Jojo Moyes, you're going to LOVE Julia Whelan's MY OXFORD YEAR!
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2018
SPRING AT THE WILLOWBROOK INN, a new play by Jonathan Van Dyke, will be featured at the Tampa International Fringe Festival at the HCC Studio Theatre in Tampa, FL. May 3 - 6, 2018, starring Wesley Eure (TV's Land of the Lost, Days of Our Lives, Dragon Tales), George Dvorsky (Broadway's Scarlett Pimpernel, Passion, and Madam Secretary), Justin Lore (Forbidden Broadway, Disney's Finding Nemo), and Jacob Thompson (The Perfect Murder). Directed by Jonathan Van Dyke, SPRING AT THE WILLOWBROOK INN was awarded Outstanding Production and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play at the All Out Arts: Fresh Fruit Festival in NYC.
by Macon Prickett - May 2, 2018
Communications executive Erin Moody has been named vice-president, Communications, Freeform, it was announced today by Kevin Brockman, executive vice president, Global Communications, Disney|ABC Television, to whom she will report.
by Amy Zipperer - May 2, 2018
Sordid Lives, a dark comedy by Del Shores, is playing at Out Front Theatre Company this month. BroadwayWorld caught up with T.K. Habtemariam, an Atlanta-based actor who plays Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram in Out Front's upcoming production, to talk about the show. I haven't seen this show before, but I've done a little bit of reading. So, it's about a woman named Peggy who trips over her lover's wooden legs in a hotel room and dies. Yeah. Exactly. And it's funny that her name is Peggy, too. It is? Yeah. I mean, because the fact that she dies because of the wooden legs. Peg-gy. That's really funny. I'm interested to know how your character figures into this story. Brother Boy…Earl Ingram… probably was a little bit before his time, and at the age of 18, he was kicked out of his household for being one big old queer boy. And he was actually put into a mental institution for wanting to either impersonate women or for liking someone of the same sex. And, essentially, back when I was 18, I had a friend named Wardell, and he found out that I had a crush on hi, and he beat me up to a bloody pulp, and my mother, Peggy, who ends up tripping over her lover's wooden legs, put me in a mental institution because she believes the world is not ready for me and my place in this world. But Wardell, 20 years later, ends up busting me out of the mental institution. This is kind of interesting because when I read about the show online, it sounded like a straight silly comedy, but now it sort of sounds like it tackles some real issues. Oh, it's definitely a black comedy, and it definitely tackles a lot of issues. It's traditionally an all-white cast, and we color-flipped the main family, and we've kind of found ourselves in a new definition of the kind of topics that it tackles It was written in the 90s, and it kind of reflects the Southern mentality form the 90s, but now that we're putting it in the context of a black family, there are so many other social issues that are underlying that wouldn't have been beforehand. That was one of the questions that I was going to ask was how the story has changed because of this casting. This is the first all-African-American cast ever, right? Yes. It is. And it's such an honor for me to say I'm the first African-American Brother Boy because Leslie Jordan originated the role, and I remember seeing this movie in high-school and revisiting, I was like "Oh, my goodness. I actually did see this movie." And it is definitely a fantasy in the sense of what anyone of color could get away with. If there was anyone who was queer and of color in a mental institution for being gay, I don't know if that person would still be alive. And Wardell, who busts into the mental institution, comes in with a gun and busts me out, and we both tell this white lady to get the hell out of this place. If that were to happen in the 90s in South Texas, I promise you they wouldn't be alive. And, you know, it does bring in the idea of the interracial relationship, but that's kind of at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to all of the other issues that we cover. Even though I would like to say that Brother Boy has access to mental healthcare and someone who's queer and of color…that's kind of like the last group of people who get healthcare. And also there are moments where black women talk back to white men. There are moments when a black woman tells off a white man. There are moments, when it comes to social diversity back then… You know, we think of period pieces like To Kill a Mockingbird where we are so used to saying, "Okay. Well, at this time, black people were called niggers, so we're just going to have to expect it, you know?" But when it comes to things like I'm a black male in a mental institution for fantasizing about country queens like Tammy Wynette, and I do believe that my character would probably identify as a trans person but back then "trans" wasn't in our vocabulary, so there's the interesting discussion there to happen. So, it just kind of flares up a lot of things that couldn't have happened back then, but today we're using theatre as a way to tell a story that probably wouldn't have ever happened to bring up discussions today. We've had lots of conversations as a team about what these things mean to us today, and a lot of things have to be dug up. For instance, there's a line where a character calls somebody a mulatto. When we think of a white-trash family, we kind of accept the fact that they're going to poke fum at somebody being mixed, but how does it look when a white person says that to a black person? There have been some modifications, of course, with the generosity of Del Shores, where we've kind of said, "Can you rework this or find a way to make this…" And he was into that? He was willing to make those changes? Oh, yeah! He had to think about the script and rework it and rewrite some lines. There are some lines where - I am a black person, and we have to take into consideration that I wouldn't just idolize Tammy Wynette, you know? There are so many other queens at that time. We found moments where I can bring up Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner because that would be reflective of the culture and of the time. When you first auditioned for the role, what was it about the role that really resonated with you? I think that number one is my character type. You always have to think about what kind of roles you are peaked for, in all honesty. I'm usually someone who's taking someone down or who is being taken down. My character-type is the "betrayer" or the "betrayed." And Brother Boy is that kind of character. And then, I do drag as a little side passion project here in Atlanta, and I work with a predominantly queer POC group called Southern Fried Queer Pride, and I've had opportunities to perform in drag, write drag shows, and the play is kind of an amalgamation of both theatre and drag. And it's a cult classic role! Why wouldn't I want to be a part of it? And once I started meeting my castmates and we had rehearsals and what not, the bigger picture started panning out and I stated to see, "Oh, okay. This is what this is really all about." Do you have any projects coming up this summer that we need to know about? There's a passion project that I'm working on. It's kind of like the second installation of it. It's called Weavestock, and it's going to be through Country Fried Queer Pride. It's going to be hopefully happening sometime in August, and it's a project that I'm writing, directing, and being a part of. It's kind of like a play on Woodstock and Wigstock, a phenomenon that happened in New York in the late 80s and early 90s. Lots of drag icons used to perform at Wigstock. Weavestock is basically a celebration of all-black drag. It moves like a jukebox musical where there are written scenes with drag performances. A lot of times, you know, you have to create your own opportunities. Right now, I'm working on cultivating my writing skills and my directing skills and just hoping to create more opportunities for myself herein Atlanta. Sounds like you're on the right track! Looking forward to seeing the show.
by Julie Musbach - May 2, 2018
As San Antonio celebrates its Tricentennial, the City of Balcones Heights celebrates its 25thanniversary of providing renowned jazz performers from across the country. Since 1993, the Balcones Heights Jazz Festival has captivated jazz aficionados every summer with a free stellar line-up. This year's performances feature a diverse line-up of headlining and special opening acts that have lit up the stage at Wonderland of the Americas.
by Macon Prickett - May 2, 2018
Emerging with a fresh and fiery sound, style, and spirit all their own, raucous rock 'n' roll upstarts CLASSLESS ACT will descend upon Los Angeles for their first-ever performances this May. Founded in 2016 by 15-year-old childhood friends London Hudson (drums), who's the son of Slash, and Nico Tsangaris (lead guitar), the band's lineup is rounded out by Derek Day (23, lead vocals), Dane Pieper (20, rhythm guitar), and Franco Gravante (21, bass).
by Tori Hartshorn - May 2, 2018
Amazon Prime Video today announced the second season of its Prime Original series Goliath, starring Golden Globe winner Billy Bob Thornton, will return on Friday, June 15. Thornton will reprise his role as Billy McBride who, after winning a huge verdict in the Borns Tech case, is reluctantly pulled back into the law when his friend's 16-year-old son is arrested for a double homicide. However, as Billy, Patty (Nina Arianda, Florence Foster Jenkins) and the team start to investigate what appears to be an open and shut murder case, they begin to untangle a deadly conspiracy in the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, where drugs, real estate and politics intermingle. Once again, Billy finds himself facing a new Goliath, one that is as formidable as the city's mayoral race and as tall as the skyline itself. Thornton won the 2017 Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama Series for Goliath's first season.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 2, 2018
Communications executive Erin Moody has been named vice-president, Communications, Freeform, it was announced today by Kevin Brockman, executive vice president, Global Communications, Disney|ABC Television, to whom she will report.
by Julie Musbach - May 2, 2018
Due to popular demand, Garden Theatre has added two extra evening performances of The Hunchback of Notre Dame on Wednesday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets for the added performances go on sale Thursday, May 3 at 12:00 p.m. and may be purchased through the Box Office at 407-877-4736 or online at gardentheatre.org. Directed and choreographed by Rob Winn Anderson, all performances continue through Sunday, May 27, 2018.
by Julie Musbach - May 2, 2018
Court Theatre, under the continuing leadership of Charles Newell, Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director, concludes its 2017/18 season with the Asolo Repertory Theatre, Arena Stage, Pasadena Playhouse production of The Originalist by John Strand, directed by Molly Smith with Associate Director Seema Sueko, and featuring Edward Gero as Antonin Scalia. The Originalist runs May 10 - June 10, 2018 at Court Theatre, 5535 S. Ellis Ave. The press opening is Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 8:00pm.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 2, 2018
Following a nationwide search, the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts (Wilson Center) has named Anna M. Thompson as its Executive Director. Thompson comes to the Wilson Center from the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), where she served for two-and-a-half years as the Associate Vice President and Executive Director, overseeing a $4.8 million budget and producing and presenting more than 700 performances, residencies, and events annually.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 2, 2018
Kiran Deol ('The Mindy Project,' 'New Girl') and Moses Storm ('Arrested Development,' 'Conan') have been cast to star in ARRANGED, a half-hour comedy pilot ordered by Pop TV, which begins shooting this week in Los Angeles.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 2, 2018
Legacy 36 presents   'FOREVER  LINKED' starring THE LEGACY DANCERS, a line of former Rockettes in an evening that celebrates the art of precision dancing. Special Guest: MURIEL BRADSHAW, former Roxyette Directed and Choreographed by Mary Six Rupert     Saturday June 9th at 6 PM Schimmel Center at Pace University, 3 Spruce Street (accessible by subway via the A,C,2,3,4,5,J or Z to Fulton Street (William Street exit), the R to City Hall (Broadway exit), the 4,5,6 to Brooklyn Bridge (Brooklyn Bridge exit). By bus: the M1, M9, M15, M22, M102 to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall stop) Tickets: $30; $15 for students & children Reservations: 212.346.1715  or  www.SchimmelCenter.org