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Truck and Warehouse Theatre

(New York, NY)
79 E. 4th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 7, 2017
The company and creative team behind the critically acclaimed Punch and Judy and The Faggot King or The Troublesome Reign and Lamentable Death of Edward the Second have announced The Final Girl, an original 80s slasher-horror play guaranteed to heighten the enjoyment of the Halloween season. Written and directed by Christopher Johnson, The Final Girl will play two preview performances on October 7 at 8pm and October 8 at 7pm. Opening is set for Friday, October 13, at 8pm at the McCadden Place Theatre in Hollywood. The limited engagement will run through Saturday, November 4 only.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2013
Nationally prominent performers with Illinois roots will kick off the March on Springfield for Marriage Equality on Tuesday, Oct. 22 with a free one-hour concert live near the steps of the Illinois State Capitol. The diverse entertainment bill includes reality TV stars from 'The Voice,' 'American Idol,' and 'America's Got Talent;' a national poetry slam winner; a world champion & MVP quarterback who is also a pre-Grammy nominee; and a 2013 Trans 100 honoree fighting violence against transgender people.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 18, 2019
The School of Night is proud to present Christopher Marlowe's medieval pageant of will, war and conquest re-imagined as epic sci-fi spectacle. Tragedy! Romance! Mighty verse! Great battles waged on land and in space! Honor and glory! Qapla'! 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2013
Nationally prominent performers with Illinois roots will kick off the March on Springfield for Marriage Equality today, Oct. 22 with a free one-hour concert live near the steps of the Illinois State Capitol. The diverse entertainment bill includes reality TV stars from 'The Voice,' 'American Idol,' and 'America's Got Talent;' a national poetry slam winner; a world champion & MVP quarterback who is also a pre-Grammy nominee; and a 2013 Trans 100 honoree fighting violence against transgender people.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2019
Christmas Rappings is back in a very special 50th Anniversary concert production of this beloved Greenwich Village tradition-a Christmas oratorio unlike any other. When Al Carmines introduced audiences to Rappings on December 14, 1969, they had come to expect the surprising range and inventiveness of this multiple Obie-award winner, but perhaps not an evening that faithfully tells the Christmas story through such a high-spirited, often funny, collision of musical genres, from country to classical to blues to gospel, and even with a rousing tango.
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2018
The School of Night returns to Fringe with a new translation of a seldom produced play by the largely forgotten Roman tragedian who's influence extended across two millennia to furnish the thematic, structural and poetic blueprint for all of European Renaissance drama. 
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2018
The School of Night returns to Fringe after a successful run of Punch and Judy (2016) and The Faggot King or the Troublesome Reign and Lamentable Death of Edward the Second (2017) with a new translation of a seldom produced play by the largely forgotten Roman tragedian who's influence extended across two millennia to furnish the thematic, structural and poetic blueprint for all of European Renaissance drama. Experience the rarely seen work of the playwright Kyd, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson and Webster considered the all-time master of tragedy ... Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 2, 2015
The BroadwayWorld community is nothing if not vocal and yesterday's critical column revealing my top picks for the most important gay musicals of all time inspired many reactions in the feedback, on Facebook and on social media, ranging from 'I LOVE LOVE LOVE COCO' to 'No FUN HOME?' to 'Where's THE FAGGOT?' and far beyond. As with any list such as this, historical perspective is an essential element and a musical such as FUN HOME that has only been on Broadway mere months is obviously too new to truly assess insofar as its historical influence and impact on the overall legacy of gay musicals on Broadway in toto - going as far back as 1969's COCO and covering all the way up to 2013's KINKY BOOTS, as yesterday's list did. So, as a result, we are giving you more of what you asked for and sharing 10 more musicals that have been important to the gay movement, all of which cited in yesterday's column but not included on the actual top ten. What follows are my personal choices, so what are yours? Let us know and perhaps we will even need to do another list to shine a light on even more LGBT touchstones.
by Michael Dale - Jul 15, 2019
Through the leadership of Reverend Bernard Scott, Greenwich Village's Judson Memorial Church became a center for emerging artists during the 1950s, welcoming the experimental, the avant-garde and the political to have their work seen without fear of censorship.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2018
Theatre of NOTE continues its 2018 season with the West Coast premiere of MARIAN, OR THE TRUE TALE OF ROBIN HOOD, written by Adam Szymkowicz and directed by Christopher Johnson.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2018
Theatre of NOTE continues its 2018 season with the West Coast premiere of MARIAN, OR THE TRUE TALE OF ROBIN HOOD, written by Adam Szymkowicz and directed by Christopher Johnson.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 23, 2018
Theatre of NOTE continues its 2018 season with the West Coast premiere of MARIAN, OR THE TRUE TALE OF ROBIN HOOD, written by Adam Szymkowicz and directed by Christopher Johnson.