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The Ark - 2005 - Off-Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

The back story of Noah’s family as they live inside the now infamous floating community to escape a drowning world, we see that when facing the challenges of life, we're all in the same boat. The animals come two by two and a family’s story of hope, love, and strength is brought to life…


Original Production
Run Type: Open Run
Market: Off-Broadway
Previews: October 14, 2005
(36 preview

Closing: November 20, 2005

Theatre B [37 Arts Theatre]

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by Kaitlin Milligan - May 7, 2019
Hard Rock Cafe has today announced that it will be returning to The Isle of Wight Festival 2019 for a sixth consecutive year. The iconic brand is excited to be partnering with the legendary festival once again in 2019 with the Hard Rock Stage. The line-up for the stage has been carefully selected by both Hard Rock and The Isle of Wight Festival, promising an epic mix of music's most exciting rising stars, emerging artists, undiscovered acts and a couple of familiar faces, ready to rock this year's festival.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 7, 2019
Irish singer-songwriter Wallis Bird has announced her first ever North America tour. Bird will take her high energy performances, throughout the East Coast and Midwest making stops in DC, Philadelphia, NYC, Boston, and Nashville among others.
by TV Scoop - May 6, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of THE 100, airing on THE CW on Tuesday, May 21, 2019!
by Tori Hartshorn - May 6, 2019
Sam Cohen releases 'Man On Fire' from his eagerly anticipated album The Future Is Still Ringing In My Ears (30th Century) due May 17. Co-produced by Cohen with producer-artist Danger Mouse, The Future's Still Ringing In My Ears was heralded last month by the Stereogum premiere of 'Something's Got A Hold On Me,' as well as 'I Can't Lose' on Consequence of Sound.
by Julie Musbach - May 31, 2019
St. Luke's United Methodist Church presents Children of Eden, the story of a big family making mistakes, learning to forgive, and embracing new beginnings. The show, directed by Steve MacKinnon, features music by Grammy award-winning, Tony-nominated composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell).
by TV Scoop - May 13, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of THE 100, airing on THE CW on Tuesday, May 28, 2019!
by Sam Abney - May 13, 2019
I've never been disappointed by a show at Signature Theatre. Even their ongoing Grand Hotel, which is working with some less-than-stellar source material, is elevated by the wonderful craftsmanship and talented artists this theater welcomes. The same can unfortunately not be said of the disappointing Spunk, which opened in Signature's more intimate ARK theater on Friday. Zora Neale Hurston's masterful prose falls flat in a production that feels like it opened too soon, resulting in an evening lacking in the gumption this show tries to champion.
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 8, 2019
GRAMMY Award winning artist Patty Griffin has officially announced today's release of her eagerly awaited new album. The acclaimed singer's 10th studio recording and first-ever eponymous LP, PATTY GRIFFIN is available everywhere now on her own PGM Recordings label via Thirty Tigers.
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 4, 2019
Stephen Kellogg has shared a new music video for “High Highs, Low Lows,” the standout single off his recently released Will Hoge-produced album Objects in the Mirror (November 23, 2018). Directed by filmmaker Peter Harding — also the director of the Amazon exclusive documentaryLast Man Standing, which tells the story of making Kellogg's previous album South, West, North, East — the video reveals a series of intimate candid shots from Kellogg's winter tour combined with striking scripted clips. It is premiering at Wide Open Country today who calls the song “a reflective tune about life's peaks and valleys that would sound at home alongside the FM hits of Bob Seger and Tom Petty.” Ahead of the album's release, American Songwriter featured the track describing it as “a slowly building folk anthem with chiming piano, gentle pedal steel and a raw, vulnerable vocal performance from Kellogg,” and Rolling Stone Country praised, “The slow-burn heartland rock of 'High Highs, Low Lows' unfolds like John Prine fronting the Heartbreakers.”
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 28, 2019
GRAMMY® Award winning artist Patty Griffin has announced a new series of North American live dates celebrating her acclaimed new album. The newly announced headline shows begin June 4 at Lubbock, TX's Cactus Theatre and then travel through the month, with highlights including a three-night-stand at Park City, UT's Egyptian Theatre on June 19, 20, and 21. Tickets for all new dates go on sale this Friday, March 29 (check local listings). The renowned singer-songwriter's 10th studio recording and first-ever eponymous LP,PATTY GRIFFIN is available everywhere now on her own PGM Recordings label via Thirty Tigers.
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 11, 2019
Sometimes a particular genre of theater isn't necessarily popular with a general audience. Theater of the Absurd might be the biggest example of this. Playwrights like Eugene Ionesco and others have left audiences scratching their heads for years as to what they were trying to say within their plays.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 7, 2019
 Rising Appalachia, America's new favorite World-Folk musicians, have already had a career-defining year, and it's not yet July. Sisters Leah Song and Chloe Smith have already led the band to new heights in 2019; releasing their much-anticipated LP Leylines to praise from fans and critics alike.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jun 6, 2019
In celebration of the 25th anniversary edition of King of California, out June 28 on Craft Recordings, acclaimed Los Angeles-based artist Dave Alvin will embark on a 22-date U.S. tour beginning June 11, with an intimate conversation and performance at GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. Dave will share the stage with special guest and King of California producer Greg Liesz on nine dates, seven of which are already sold out, two new dates have been added in the Northwest. A full list of dates is below or at
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 14, 2019
Wallis Bird has announced her new album Woman (AntiFragile) and shared the first single “As The River Flows” with the accompanying music video. Woman is due out onSeptember 27. 
by Tori Hartshorn - Jun 11, 2019
Today Bob Mould announces a string of new solo electric tour dates for September 2019, all following 25+ shows earlier this year in the United States and Europe in support of his latest full-length solo release Sunshine Rock. In addition to the solo dates there will be one Bob Mould Band appearance at Chicago's Riot Fest.The critically-acclaimed Sunshine Rock album, released on Merge Records, has dubiously been named his most vibrant and optimistic collection of songs to date. Tickets for the new dates will be available at Singer-songwriter Will Johnson (formerly of Centro-Matic) is confirmed as support.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 26, 2019
Winnipeg duo, The Bros. Landreth, aka Joey & Dave Landreth, have announced their sophomore album, '87, will be arriving September 27 via Birthday Cake/The Orchard, releasing first single,“Got To Be You”, today.  The brothers will preview the record at this year's Bear Creek Folk Festival in AlbertaAugust 17 + Americana Music Festival in Nashville, September 14, before heading out on tour in North America, the UK & Europe this fall (all dates below).
by Charles Shubow - Jul 2, 2019
Credit Signature Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer for this season on a high.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 18, 2019
Nashville indie duo The Harmaleighs (Haley Grant and Kaylee Jasperson) give another taste off their upcoming full-length She Won't Make Sense with album opener “Anthem For The Weak.”  The accompanying video, which premiere earlier today via FLOOD,  was shot in Mt. Pleasant, TN and follows the duo around the town on razor scooters, a hobby Haley took up during her darkest mental state at the advice of her therapist. 
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 18, 2019
Wouldn't it be great if we could all take a look at the bright side more often? It's clear when speaking with Monica Rizzio that she certainly does. Her new album, Sunshine Is Free, is all about appreciating how the little things in life make it all worth it. A bonfire on a beach. A couple of days with the one you love. Simply doing...nothing. The album is set for release on October 4, and the first single, “My Sweet Heart,” is now premiering on Wide Open Country.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 16, 2019
Grammy Award winner John Paul White is set to continue his North American tour in support of his new solo album The Hurting Kind (out now on Single Lock Records) with a run of west coast performances with Shovels & Rope. Tickets go on sale on July 19 at 10 a.m. local time, see below for a list of dates.
by Roger Catlin - Jul 13, 2019
Running a small opera company requires innovation enough, but Washington's Urban Arias goes further, by commissioning new works, or finding pieces that are little known or rarely performed and infusing them with reliable company talent that can electrify their purposely small audiences.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 17, 2019
Compass Records has announced the eagerly anticipated debut album from award-winning songwriter-guitarist Molly Tuttle. When You're Ready arrives everywhere on Friday, April 5th.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 15, 2019
GRAMMY® Award winning artist Patty Griffin has announced a headlining tour beginning February 28 in Los Angeles, CA, making her way through historic venues across North America including The Town Hall in New York, NY, and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. Tickets for most shows go on sale next Friday, January 18. European dates and further North American touring will be announced soon. Full details, tour updates and much more can be found at The acclaimed singer's 10th studio recording and first-ever eponymous LP, PATTY GRIFFIN, arrives Friday, March 8 on her own PGM Recordings label via Thirty Tigers. 
by Stephi Wild - Jan 15, 2019
Boundless Theatre and Script Club today announce that Josh Tucker will play the role of Liam in Tom Wells and Matthew Robins' Drip, as it embarks on a new 2019 tour following its recent run at Bush Theatre. Directed by Jane Fallowfield, the production tours to The Lowry, Salford; Customs House, South Shields; Curve, Leicester as part of #DMUpride festival; North Wall, Oxford; The Coliseum, Oldham; Slung Low, Leeds; New Wolsey, Ipswich; Nonsuch Studios, Nottingham; Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal; Phoenix Arts, Hampshire; Harrogate Theatre; Cast, Doncaster; LIVE, Newcastle; and Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 11, 2019
Folk ambassasdor Peter Mulvey has been a singer, songwriter, road-dog, raconteur, and an almost-poet since before he can remember. With a career spanning nearly three decades, eighteen albums, and countless live performances worldwide, Mulvey has built his life's work on collaboration and on an instinct for the eclectic and the vital. On February 15th, he'll release his most vivid album yet titled There Is Another World via Righteous Babe Records. Today he released his new song 'Fool's Errand,' a warm, wistful, up-tempo reminiscense of life summed up over driving, strummed guitar and soaring pedal steel.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 11, 2019
Musician Todd Snider shares his latest song 'Just Like Overnight', from the upcoming record Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3 available on March 15 through Aimless Records/Thirty Tigers. 'Just Like Overnight', which features Jason Isbell on background vocals, comes accompanied by a music video with footage from the Cash Cabin Studio, Johnny Cash's recording studio now owned by his son John Carter Cash, where he recorded the new album. The instant-grat track is available now along with pre-order of Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3 here.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 8, 2019
A few times each year, five-time GRAMMY award-winning bass player, producer, composer, author, and educator Victor Wooten hosts a series of music and nature camps at his namesake Center for Music and Nature, an all ages camp retreat located near Nashville, TN. Teaching not only music, these camps teach theory, nature, and most importantly, the relationship between music, nature and life. 
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 25, 2019
GRAMMY® Award winning artist Patty Griffin has announced today's premiere of 'Hourglass,' the latest song to be unveiled from her eagerly awaited new album. The acclaimed singer's 10th studio recording and first-ever eponymous LP, PATTY GRIFFIN arrives Friday, March 8 on her own PGM Recordings label via Thirty Tigers. The song's arrival was heralded last week with its premiere via Garden & Gun.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 22, 2019
Award-winning songwriter-guitarist Molly Tuttle has released an animated video for her new song, 'Million Miles.' Taken from her eagerly anticipated album WHEN YOU'RE READY, the new track features Jason Isbell on backing vocals and Sierra Hull on mandolin, and got its premiere via American Songwriter. WHEN YOU'RE READY is Tuttle's debut full-length and was recorded in Nashville with producer Ryan Hewitt (The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers). Tuttle has announced an extensive North American tour, including such highlights as Merlefest, Newport Folk Festival, Telluride and more. (Scroll down for complete dates.)
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 22, 2019
Pure Bathing Culture have announced their first original release since 2015. New album Night Pass will be released April 26 on Infinite Companion. The highly anticipated, third studio album is the most distinguished demonstration of this Portland duo's intensely unique musical identity to date. Over the course of their young but eventful career, vocalist Sarah Versprille and multi-instrumentalist Daniel Hindman have done more than establish a sound; they've honed a sonic virtue.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 22, 2019
30th Century Records has announced the eagerly anticipated new album from acclaimed singer-songwriter-producer Sam Cohen. The Future's Still Ringing In My Ears arrives on Friday, May 17. Co-produced by Cohen with producer-artist Danger Mouse, The Future's Still Ringing In My Ears was heralded by Stereogum premiere of 'Something's Got A Hold On Me.'
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 15, 2019
Folk ambassador Peter Mulvey has been a singer, songwriter, road-dog, raconteur, and an almost-poet since before he can remember. With a career spanning nearly three decades, eighteen albums, and countless live performances worldwide, Mulvey has built his life's work on collaboration and on an instinct for the eclectic and the vital. Today he releases There Is Another World, his most vivid album yet, via Righteous Babe Records Purchase the album HERE.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 11, 2019
The Irish Rovers return to Alberta Bair Theater with The Farewell Continues tour on Thursday, February 21 at 7:30 p.m. to support The Scottish Album, their latest album that reflects the Scottish influence on their Northern Irish roots.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 1, 2019
On his debut album FOREVER TO FADE, Louisiana singer/songwriter Caleb Elliott tells his story, from preacher's son in a cult-like religion to finding musical freedom in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. His new single, 'Don't Go Losing Your Head' is out today, and FOREVER TO FADE comes out March 8th on Single Lock Records.
by Tori Hartshorn - Aug 9, 2019
Today, Wallis Bird released 'Brutal Honesty,' a new song from her forthcoming record Woman (AntiFragile).  
by Tori Hartshorn - Aug 5, 2019
Jesse Malin has announced plans for a wide-ranging live tour, including headline dates, festival appearances, and runs alongside such like-minded artists as Justin Townes Earle and Joseph Arthur. The schedule begins August 31 with a special in-store performance at Philadelphia, PA's Main Street Music and then continues into mid-November.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 5, 2019
This year's Dublin Theatre Festival programme reflects with many contemporary topics - but also reaches beyond, to a poetic enquiry about the times we live in. Over three weeks performances include 10 World Premieres, reimagined classic texts, inspiring international projects from Australia, Belgium Estonia, Portugal, Sweden, the UK and the USA, and an expanded season of Theatre for Children.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 20, 2019
THE ARK opens at Artisan Center Theater on Friday, August 30, 2019 and runs through Saturday, September 28, 2019. The 196 seat theater-in-the-round is located at 444 East Pipeline Road in Hurst. Performances are at 7:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday with 3:00pm matinees on Saturdays beginning September 7. Reserved seating tickets are $28.00 for adults, $26.00 for students and seniors, and $16.00 for children 12 and under. Monday through Thursday tickets are $26.00 for adults and $14.00 for children 12 and under. Tickets can be purchased online at, or by calling the box office at 817-284-1200.
by Jay Irwin - Aug 16, 2019
Dear Readers, remember way back in December when the crazy minds of The Habit showed up at Seattle Public Theater with one of the most hysterical parodies ever, a?oeA Very Die Hard Xmasa??? Well I'm thrilled to tell you that they're back, this time tackling the a?oeRaiders of the Lost Arka?? movies (minus a?oeCrystal Skulla?? since that one was an abomination) and showing off how amazing they are at the lost art of satire with the brilliant a?oeIndy Jones and the Raiders of the Last Temple of the Doomed Arka??.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 16, 2019
Old Salt Union has released their 4th studio album, WHERE THE DOGS DON'T BITE, today on Compass Records. The album finds this non-traditional stringband digging deep into their eclectic and diverse interests to create this set of new music, which has already received praise in such publications as No Depression, Rolling Stone Country, Relix, The Bluegrass Situation, and Bluegrass Today.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 13, 2019
Music of Remembrance (MOR) opens its 22nd season with world premieres of two pathbreaking works: Ryuichi Sakamoto's Passage and Shinji Eshima's Veritas. MOR will unveil these timely works as part of its program on Sunday, November 3 at 4:00 p.m. at the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall. Tickets are $55 and available at
by Abigail Charpentier - Aug 12, 2019
Old Salt Union released a third song off their new album Where the Dogs Don't Bite,  due out Friday, Aug 16 (Compass Records). 
by Marianka Swain - Apr 30, 2019
The Old Vic is delighted to announce Matthew Warchus' Season 5 featuring an exciting and eclectic mix of thought-provoking entertainment.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 25, 2019
Minnesota songsmith Erik Koskinen premiered the rustic new single 'Darlin'' today via GLIDE ahead of its release this Friday. The track is featured on Koskinen's new albumBurning The Deal set to arrive June 28 via Real Phonic Records/Tone Tree Music. Produced by Koskinen andBernie Larsen (Melissa Etheridge, Jackson Browne) and recorded by Jason Mariani (Mumford & Sons, Kenny Loggins), the album has a moody, shadowy vibe and the songs carry familiar musical touchstones: the drifting-cowboy loneliness of Hank Williams; the understated melancholy of J.J. Cale. They're populated by people we recognize, in circumstances we might share (or feel fortunate we don't). 
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 17, 2019
Craft Recordings is pleased to announce the 25th anniversary reissue of  GRAMMY®-award winning artist Dave Alvin's King of California. Available at streaming services and on CD, and for the first time on vinyl, the album was originally released in 1994, to critical acclaim on Hightone Records. The remastered, expanded edition includes a previously unreleased instrumental studio track, “Riverbed Rag,” along with bonus material. Click here to pre-order King of California, available June 28.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 12, 2019
Factory's 49th season concludes with the Toronto premiere of BEAUTIFUL MAN, a searing satire written by Erin Shields, directed by Andrea Donaldson and featuring Ashley Botting, Mayko Nguyen, Sofia Rodrigues, and Jesse LaVercombe, May 4-26, 2019.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 12, 2019
Pure Bathing Culture have shared the third and final single from their upcoming album Night Pass out April 26 on Infinite Companion. The video for 'All Night' follows an infectiously retro romance through glittering performances and nostalgic urban nightlife. The band elaborate, 'Night Pass is a record about perseverance and protecting what you love. 'All Night' is simply about two people who refuse to give up on each other. The darker it gets the harder they run.' 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 10, 2019
Todd Snider is heading back on tour today, April 10 at the JoAnn Davidson Theatre in Columbus, OH in support of his critically-acclaimed album, Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol 3., which was given four stars in a glowing Rolling Stone review and an 'A' from Robert Christgau in his Noisey review. Todd Snider has also announced brand-new tour dates starting this July and August.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 10, 2019
The Hillbilly Moon Explosion are a European band who just came to the US to play their own unique version of Rockabilly to Americans.

The Ark Frequently Asked Questions

What productions of The Ark have there been?
The Ark has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2005.