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Knickerbocker Theatre

(New York, NY)
1396 Broadway and 39th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2018
Who can you turn to when trust is betrayed? "You Don't Know How It Feels," a new play by Kelley Blessing, is an honest and daring look at a student who is sexually assaulted by her teacher, resulting in a traumatic case of emotional manipulation and dangerously spiraling depression. In an attempt to further the dialogue that will help end the stigma surrounding this crucial issue, the play fits aptly into the MeToo narrative, telling just of the many thousands of young girls' stories about sexual assault. Theater for the New City's Dream Up Festival will present the world premiere of the play August 29 to September 15.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 1, 2018
Based on the book Infamous Mothers by Madison's Sagashus T. Levingston, this play brings to life true stories of incredibly strong women who 'went through the belly of hell and brought something good back.' This beautifully told piece weaves powerful theatre by interposing Levingston's own remarkable story with the stories of six real-life women from her book and four fictional women who represent the struggles and triumphs of all marginalized women.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2018
Based on the book Infamous Mothers by Madison's Sagashus T. Levingston, this play brings to life true stories of incredibly strong women who 'went through the belly of hell and brought something good back.' This beautifully told piece weaves powerful theatre by interposing Levingston's own remarkable story with the stories of six real-life women from her book and four fictional women who represent the struggles and triumphs of all marginalized women.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2018
Based on the book Infamous Mothers by Madison's Sagashus T. Levingston, this play brings to life true stories of incredibly strong women who 'went through the belly of hell and brought something good back.' This beautifully told piece weaves powerful theatre by interposing Levingston's own remarkable story with the stories of six real-life women from her book and four fictional women who represent the struggles and triumphs of all marginalized women.
by Caryn Robbins - May 20, 2014
Patrick Stewart stopped by last night's LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS and revealed that he hates all the strollers in Brooklyn.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 18, 2021
Founding Artistic Director Akia, announced today that Rising Sun Performance Company has invited 8 new artists to join its resident ensemble company. These artistic relationships grew from the company’s internal artistic development programs and virtual programming last season. 
by Gabrielle Sierra - Mar 17, 2009
The intricate and colorful culture of nannies in New York and the people who employ them is the subject of the new play EXIT CUCKOO, written and performed by Lisa Ramirez, receiving its Off-Broadway debut, starting previews April 17 prior to opening April 23 in a production by the Working Theater at Theater Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 10, 2018
The Strollers community theater continues its 86th season with a presentation of Doubt, A Parable, the award-winning drama by John Patrick Shanley. The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama will be performed for two weekends in March at the Burgdorff Center for Performing Arts in Maplewood, NJ.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2017
Producers of Play Like A Winner, the new musical by Erik Johnke & David Wolfson and winner of last year's NYMF Developmental Reading Award, are thrilled to announce the complete casting for this July's limited run during the 2017 New York Musical Festival (NYMF).
by Roy Berko - Jul 25, 2016
Walking down Queen Street, the main shopping boulevard in beautiful Niagara-on-the Lake, during the third week of July, was like being in downtown Cleveland. Cav championship t-shirts and Indian's garb were worn by many of the strollers. Our Toronto friends shared that in almost every play they attended, their neighbors on one or both sides of their seats were from the Cleveland area.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 2, 2021
Learn more about the upcoming seasons for Madison Theatre Guild, Strollers Theatre, Mercury Players Theatre, and StageQ.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2007
The New York International Fringe Festival, The Strollers, and Madeline Walter will present the New York premiere of Madeline Walter's Mary Brigit Poppleton is Writing a Memoir from Friday, August 10th through Sunday, August 26th.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2018
Who can you turn to when trust is betrayed? "You Don't Know How It Feels," a new play by Kelley Blessing, is an honest and daring look at a student who is sexually assaulted by her teacher, resulting in a traumatic case of emotional manipulation and dangerously spiraling depression. In an attempt to further the dialogue that will help end the stigma surrounding this crucial issue, the play fits aptly into the MeToo narrative, telling just of the many thousands of young girls' stories about sexual assault. Theater for the New City's Dream Up Festival will present the world premiere of the play August 29 to September 15.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 26, 2007
The FringeNYC Encore Series announces a lineup of 80 performances in 12 shows in two theatres from August 30 - September 16 at Soho Playhouse & Bleecker Street Theater.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 24, 2018
Who can you turn to when trust is betrayed? "You Don't Know How It Feels," a new play by Kelley Blessing, is an honest and daring look at a student who is sexually assaulted by her teacher, resulting in a traumatic case of emotional manipulation and dangerously spiraling depression. In an attempt to further the dialogue that will help end the stigma surrounding this crucial issue, the play fits aptly into the MeToo narrative, telling just of the many thousands of young girls' stories about sexual assault. Theater for the New City's Dream Up Festival will present the world premiere of the play August 29 to September 15.
by Eddie Varley - Apr 23, 2009
The intricate and colorful culture of nannies in New York and the people who employ them is the subject of the new play EXIT CUCKOO, written and performed by Lisa Ramirez, receiving its Off-Broadway debut, began previews on April 17 and opens tonight, April 23 in a production by the Working Theater at Theater Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2009
The intricate and colorful culture of nannies in New York and the people who employ them is the subject of the new play EXIT CUCKOO, written and performed by Lisa Ramirez, receiving its Off-Broadway debut, starting previews April 17 prior to opening April 23 in a production by the Working Theater at Theater Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 16, 2009
Select performances of Working Theater's EXIT CUCKOO -- Lisa Ramirez's new Off-Broadway play about the intricate and colorful culture of nannies in New York and the people who employ them, in previews beginning April 17, prior to its official press opening April 23, directed by Colman Domingo, at Theater Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) -- will be followed by talkbacks featuring special guests including author David Strah ('Gay Dads') and members of Domestic Workers United, Employers for Justice, and others.
by Reynard Loki - Apr 14, 2009
The intricate and colorful culture of nannies in New York and the people who employ them is the subject of the new play Exit Cuckoo, written and performed by Lisa Ramirez, receiving its Off-Broadway debut, starting previews April 17 prior to opening April 23 in a production by the Working Theater at Theater Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan.