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Thursday, January 21

2:30 AM

IN CAMERA: PLAYBACK - FAITH HEALER

The Fantastic Francis Hardy (Michael Sheen) travels the most remote corners of Wales, Scotland and Ireland attempting to heal those who wish to be healed. His wife Grace (Indira Varma) and manager Teddy (David Threlfall) complete this nomadic triptych, each with their own telling of the loss, love and struggle of life on the road with a seemingly predestined Faith Healer. Brian Friel’s masterful and haunting Faith Healer is a kaleidoscopic, ever shifting exploration of the power of belief, as the contradicting recollections of these three characters seek to reconcile with the past.

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12:00 PM

Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge Logo

Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge

INTERVIEW
Nothing can stop BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge from bringing you interviews with your favorite Broadway stars! Special guest: Will Chase!

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New York Jewish Film Festival Centerpiece: Winter Journey

Inspired by classical music radio host Martin Goldsmith’s book, The Inextinguishable Symphony, this year’s Centerpiece film deftly combines history and drama.

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4:00 PM

La MaMa Kids: Creative Dance Workshop

DANCE KIDS
Creative Dance focuses on discovering the body as an instrument, the introduction of the elements of dance: space, time and energy, and self-expression through the exploration of creative ideas through movement. Beginning exploration of the world of dance. This class is designed to introduce kids 7-10 years old to movement and enhances emotional growth through imaginative exploration and the opportunity to connect with and release emotion through movement. Imagination, creativity, and joyful expression are nurtured. Wonderful opportunity for parent/child bonding.

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5:00 PM

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Ten Minute Tidbits

On Ten Minute Tidbits, Spencer Glass is chatting with Broadway's biggest stars for 10 minutes on our Instagram Live about the lesser known facets of each stars' careers-- from workshops and labs to off-Broadway shows and audition songs! Today's special guest: TBA

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6:00 PM

CSC's Classic Conversations

INTERVIEW
This conversation will feature: Tony-nominated Actor DANIELLE BROOKS (The Color Purple, "Orange is the New Black")

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MixFest 2021: LET THERE BE LOVE

by Kwame Kwei-Armah, directed by Reggie D. White, featuring Marin Ireland, Kevin Mambo & Renika Williams. Let There Be Love tells the story of Alfred, a cantankerous and aging West Indian immigrant living in London, who has managed to alienate all those around him-including his equally headstrong daughter, with whom he rarely sees eye to eye. When an idealistic young Polish caregiver, new to the country, is assigned to look after him, he experiences a powerful reckoning with his past.

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7:00 PM

NEWS FROM GRAVESEND: THE WONDERFUL YEAR

REGIONAL PLAY
London, 1603. The plague. Playwrights Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker, out of work due to the theatre closings, wrote separately and then collaboratively on what they saw and lived. Their "Plague Pamphlets" have been adapted by Regina Buccola and orchestrated for three actors by Peter Garino who give eyewitness accounts of the devastating time, unfortunately, now familiar to all of us. Presented by The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. (Performance in Central Time. Streamed via Zoom.)

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GLORIA ORIGINAL CAST BENEFIT READING

BENEFIT
From the writer of such acclaimed plays as Everybody, An Octoroon, Appropriate, War and Neighbors, Gloria is Mr. Jacobs-Jenkins’ funny, trenchant and powerful play that follows an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine, each of whom hopes for a starry life of letters and a book deal before they turn 30. But when an ordinary humdrum workday becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their own story become higher than ever.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Verdi’s La Traviata Starring Natalie Dessay, Matthew Polenzani, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Fabio Luisi. From April 14, 2012.

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Front Row Mainstage: Young Ideas/Parting Thoughts

Experience the peerless artistry of CMS with newly curated full-length HD concerts featuring archival video recordings woven together into never-before-heard concert pairings.

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8:00 PM

BPN Live: E-Ticket to Broadway, "Queens of the Kingdom" edition with Queens from SIX on Broadway

And tonight they are...LIVE! Join for a special "Queens of the Kingdom" edition of this Extra Magic Hour of “E-Ticket to Broadway” as part of the Broadway Podcast Network’s Special Live events on Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 8:00pm EST. Hosted by David Alpert, original Broadway Cast Members of Six Adrianna Hicks, Abby Mueller, Brittney Mack, & Samantha Pauly join this live event, and will chat Disney Parks, share memories, and play games. The event also serves as a fundraiser for Gilana’s Fund. See ya real soon!

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1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: The Scourge

“Death by a thousand cuts” – that’s how Michelle Dooley Mahon describes Alzheimer’s disease after witnessing it strike down her mother Siobhan. As Mahon relives that time, her humorous and moving memories and rapier-like observations introduce personalities, history, and a nostalgic archive of an ordinary Irish small-town family forced to become extraordinary in their attempt to cope. Adapted from Mahon’s critically-acclaimed autobiographical novel “Scourged” and directed by Ben Barnes, former Artistic Director of the Abbey Theatre. The Scourge was last seen in Origin’s 1st Irish Festival was nominated for the 1st Irish Award for Best Actor/ Writer/ Set Design and Michelle Dooley Mahon won the festival jury’s special prize for her work as a writer, bringing underexposed issues vital to women in contemporary Ireland to an international audience.

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1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: The Gifts You Gave to the Dark

“Death by a thousand cuts” – that’s how Michelle Dooley Mahon describes Alzheimer’s disease after witnessing it strike down her mother Siobhan. As Mahon relives that time, her humorous and moving memories and rapier-like observations introduce personalities, history, and a nostalgic archive of an ordinary Irish small-town family forced to become extraordinary in their attempt to cope. Adapted from Mahon’s critically-acclaimed autobiographical novel “Scourged” and directed by Ben Barnes, former Artistic Director of the Abbey Theatre. The Scourge was last seen in Origin’s 1st Irish Festival was nominated for the 1st Irish Award for Best Actor/ Writer/ Set Design and Michelle Dooley Mahon won the festival jury’s special prize for her work as a writer, bringing underexposed issues vital to women in contemporary Ireland to an international audience.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Celebrate America: the best of Concert for America with James and Seth and special guests

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At Home Artists Project Presents: A Short Play Festival

REGIONAL BENEFIT PLAY
At Home Artist Project Presents: A Short Play Festival, featuring three short length plays. At Home Artists Project is a virtual space for new work. We create compelling live entertainment in order to fill the current cultural vacuum and promote a sense of community in a time of isolation, all while aiming to help support affected artists and philanthropic arts organizations. Since the pandemic has started we have raised over $3,500 for artists and $1,000 for charities all through donation-based digital performances and presentations. You can learn more about our past productions here. All money raised for our Short Play Festival through your support will be split amongst all the artists involved and the Autistic Self Advocacy Network | Nothing About Us Without Us. Our Short Play Festival comprises three original plays with Scenic Design by Sasha Schwartz, Sound Design by Daryl Bornstein, and Dylan Irgang as the Stage Manager. Alex Talbot serves as the Stream Engineer, with Mariah Pepper and Antonio DiBernardo as Producers, Evan Schild as General Manager, Rebecca Meckler as Production Manager, and Jacquelyn Gutierrez as Director of Marketing.

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At Home Artists Project Presents: A Short Play Festival

REGIONAL BENEFIT PLAY
At Home Artist Project Presents: A Short Play Festival, featuring three short length plays. At Home Artists Project is a virtual space for new work. We create compelling live entertainment in order to fill the current cultural vacuum and promote a sense of community in a time of isolation, all while aiming to help support affected artists and philanthropic arts organizations. Since the pandemic has started we have raised over $3,500 for artists and $1,000 for charities all through donation-based digital performances and presentations. You can learn more about our past productions here. All money raised for our Short Play Festival through your support will be split amongst all the artists involved and the Autistic Self Advocacy Network | Nothing About Us Without Us. Our Short Play Festival comprises three original plays with Scenic Design by Sasha Schwartz, Sound Design by Daryl Bornstein, and Dylan Irgang as the Stage Manager. Alex Talbot serves as the Stream Engineer, with Mariah Pepper and Antonio DiBernardo as Producers, Evan Schild as General Manager, Rebecca Meckler as Production Manager, and Jacquelyn Gutierrez as Director of Marketing.

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Joe's Pub Live- Loser's Lounge: Battle of the One Hit Wonders

CONCERT
New York City’s favorite down-town musical extravaganza, Joe McGinty and The Loser’s Lounge presents the multiple-episode streaming series “The Battle of the One Hit Wonders,” featuring hit songs from the 60’s, 70’s, and beyond! Each episode takes the concept of a “battle of the bands,” but instead of “bands” it pits two classic songs by “one hit wonder” artists against each other. During each show’s initial stream, YOU, the audience, will decide who wins, by commenting or “voting” for the "one hit wonder" that you love most. Tune in to each episode to find out which two classic “one hit wonder” songs Joe McGinty has selected for your listening pleasure, and as always don’t forget to vote!

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Saving Wonderland (presented by Seize the Show)

PLAY KIDS
What happened to Wonderland after Alice returned home? In this innovative new adventure, the audience is plunged back down the rabbit hole as Alice in this fantastical re-thinking of the popular classic. Filled with beloved characters and mind-bending puzzles, the familiar turns peculiar as you search for missing gears from the White Rabbit’s watch in order to restore order to Wonderland and help save the day. A new, family-friendly adventure like you’ve never experienced it before - live, interactive and in real time! With numerous possible endings, your choices control the story and guide the action to turn back the hands of time over and over and over again.

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10:00 PM

Powers New Voices Festival - Celebrating Community Voices

The Festival begins with Celebrating Community Voices, an evening of short works created by San Diego residents through the Globe’s arts engagement programs Community Voices and coLAB. The evening will include works by Queen Kandi Colke, KishaLynn (“KL”) Moore Elliott, Jonathan Hammond, and Thelma Virata de Castro. The readings will be directed by Freedome Bradley-Ballentine, Katherine Harroff, Lamar Perry, and Gerardo Flores Tonella. The Community Voices and coLAB initiatives are play-development workshops that provide professional theatre-making skills to select San Diego communities. This evening is a curated collection of some of the best short scripts developed in these programs.

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Friday, January 22

12:00 AM

New York Jewish Film Festival Live Talk: Winter Journey

Join Winter Journey director Anders Østergaard and author Martin Goldsmith for a live talk to discuss their Centerpiece selection of the 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival.

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2:30 AM

IN CAMERA: PLAYBACK - FAITH HEALER

The Fantastic Francis Hardy (Michael Sheen) travels the most remote corners of Wales, Scotland and Ireland attempting to heal those who wish to be healed. His wife Grace (Indira Varma) and manager Teddy (David Threlfall) complete this nomadic triptych, each with their own telling of the loss, love and struggle of life on the road with a seemingly predestined Faith Healer. Brian Friel’s masterful and haunting Faith Healer is a kaleidoscopic, ever shifting exploration of the power of belief, as the contradicting recollections of these three characters seek to reconcile with the past.

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11:00 AM

Exploring La Bohème

Enjoy performances from one of the most popular operas, La Bohème, composed by Giacomo Puccini. Featuring exclusive video clips and an interactive discussion.

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12:00 PM

New York Jewish Film Festival: Love & Stuff followed by Absolutely No Spitting

Documentarian Judith Helfand’s beautiful film inspires conversations about family devotion and probes the connections between love and the objects we accumulate and pass on.

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1:00 PM

Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge Logo

Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge

INTERVIEW
Nothing can stop BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge from bringing you interviews with your favorite Broadway stars! Special guest: Jessica Vosk!

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6:00 PM

MixFest 2021: I USED TO LOVE H.E.R./ ABDUCTION

A double bill of new work by two thrilling writers from either side of the Atlantic. In her solo piece, Evening Standard Award winner Jasmine Lee-Jones explores the language of love from 1476 to now. Obie and Lily Award-winning Whitney White‘s two-hander is set in a holding room of a space ship and the conversations inside start to feel frighteningly familiar.

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Jason Vieaux, guitar & Clancy Newman, cello

CONCERT
Making his eighth appearance on the PCMS stage, Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux has been lauded as “perhaps the most precise and soulful classical guitarist of his generation” (NPR). For his return to Benjamin Franklin Hall, he teams up with Clancy Newman, a cellist whose musical acumen and superb technique have been praised time and again. “Newman’s exceptional technique seeks not to scintillate but integrate” (Philadelphia Inquirer). This concert will be live-streamed for all to enjoy on a pay what you wish basis. Gnattali: Sonata for Guitar and Cello De Falla: Canciones Populares Españolas [Arr.] Barrios: Waltz in G Major, Op. 8, No. 4 [Vieaux Solo] Bellafronte: Suite No. 1 for Guitar and Cello

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7:00 PM

Downtown Variety: Brazil Edition

DANCE
This special edition of the event brings a snapshot of Brazilian contemporary artistic production centered on plurality, language research, experimentation and diversity of expressions in Brazil today. In this edition, curated by Lenerson Polonini, we highlight significant artists of the underground scene including Wilson Sukorski, Otavio Donasci, Rui Moreira, Christina Fornaciari, Pedro Granato, Neville D’almeida, Marcus Galina, Jurandy Valença and Gabriela Leite.

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GLORIA ORIGINAL CAST BENEFIT READING

BENEFIT
From the writer of such acclaimed plays as Everybody, An Octoroon, Appropriate, War and Neighbors, Gloria is Mr. Jacobs-Jenkins’ funny, trenchant and powerful play that follows an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine, each of whom hopes for a starry life of letters and a book deal before they turn 30. But when an ordinary humdrum workday becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their own story become higher than ever.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Puccini’s Tosca Starring Hildegard Behrens, Plácido Domingo, and Cornell MacNeil, conducted by Giuseppe Sinopoli. From March 27, 1985.

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8:00 PM

1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: Stay Home and Stay Safe

Four new short plays by four distinguished Irish playwrights on either side of the Atlantic, explore the topic of domestic violence during the pandemic. Commissioned by Origin Theatre “Stay Home and Stay Safe” is a compilation of the four plays, performed by actors on location in New York and Dublin and self-filmed to establish a level of heightened immediacy. The actors are Angel Desai (in Honor Molloy’s “All the Last Weekend”), Alan Kelly (in Geraldine Aaron’s “Teresa’s Green”); Niamh Hopper and David Spain (in Derek Murphy’s “The Isolation of Mr. Moore”), and Jade Jordan (in Ursula Rani Sarma’s “Scarlett“).

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special Guests: TBA

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Rule of 7x7: January Edition

Brand new 10-minute plays presented in a deliciously innovative virtual fashion. 5 writers. 5 rules. 5 new virtual plays. 2 nights only. Performed on Zoom | Streamed on YouTube. Hosted & produced by Brett Epstein.

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Saving Wonderland (presented by Seize the Show)

PLAY KIDS
What happened to Wonderland after Alice returned home? In this innovative new adventure, the audience is plunged back down the rabbit hole as Alice in this fantastical re-thinking of the popular classic. Filled with beloved characters and mind-bending puzzles, the familiar turns peculiar as you search for missing gears from the White Rabbit’s watch in order to restore order to Wonderland and help save the day. A new, family-friendly adventure like you’ve never experienced it before - live, interactive and in real time! With numerous possible endings, your choices control the story and guide the action to turn back the hands of time over and over and over again.

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10:00 PM

Powers New Voices Festival - Fuente Ovejuna

REGIONAL
Fuente Ovejuna by Lope de Vega is translated and adapted by William S. Gregory and Daniel Jáquez. A classic of Spanish Golden Age literature, Fuente Ovejuna is a timeless story of honor and love brought to new life in this fresh translation. Oppressed by a tyrannical leader, a group of townspeople band together band together to claim justice, dignity, and freedom for their town by any means necessary. Based on the true story of an uprising in a southern Spanish town in 1477, Fuente Ovejuna bristles with action, humor, tragedy and humanity.

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Saturday, January 23

1:00 PM

Met Stars Live in Concert

OPERA
Piotr Beczała and Sondra Radvanovsky. High notes and high drama will be in abundance when this world-famous soprano-tenor pairing comes together for a live performance broadcast live from a picturesque location in Europe.

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2:00 PM

NEWS FROM GRAVESEND: THE WONDERFUL YEAR

REGIONAL PLAY
London, 1603. The plague. Playwrights Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker, out of work due to the theatre closings, wrote separately and then collaboratively on what they saw and lived. Their "Plague Pamphlets" have been adapted by Regina Buccola and orchestrated for three actors by Peter Garino who give eyewitness accounts of the devastating time, unfortunately, now familiar to all of us. Presented by The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. (Performance in Central Time. Streamed via Zoom.)

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3:00 PM

1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: Producing in a Pandemic

A first-look of exciting new works created by Irish and Irish-American writers and artists during this pandemic. Featuring clips and comments by these featured creators: Aoife Williamson, Derek Murphy, Tim Ruddy, David Gilna and Lorna Fenenbock

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7:00 PM

Black Theatre and the BLM Movement

INTERVIEW
True Colors Theatre Company has an outstanding Community Conversation headed your way this month and you won't want to miss it. Presented in partnership with B.L.A.C.T ATL, Inc. (Black Leaders Advocating Cultural Theatre), Black Theatre and the Black Lives Matter Movement will center on the role of Black theatre companies in shaping, influencing, and amplifying the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as the role that Black theatre companies, such as New Federal Theatre and the Negro Ensemble Company, have historically played in giving a voice to civil rights and other black-related issues. Join us as arts leader Vivian Phillips, Co-Founder of The Hansberry Project, leads this timely Community Conversation with Producing Director Woodie King, the founder of New Federal Theatre and the National Black Touring Circuit. Joining them will be Director Alexis Woodard, a Spelman Leadership Fellow at the Alliance Theatre; Artistic Director Jonathan McCrory of the National Black Theatre; Performing Arts Consultant Stephanie S. Hughley, Co-Founder of the National Black Arts Festival and General Manager of the Negro Ensemble Company; and performer Marcus Hopkins-Turner, Co-Founder of B.L.A.C.T.

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Backstage Babble Trivia Night

INDUSTRY
his week will be historic, to say the least, but for some levity and a break from all the news, look no further. BACKSTAGE BABBLE: TRIVIA NIGHT will be streaming next Saturday, January 23 at 7pm ET. It will consist of five rounds of trivia about Broadway from the Golden Age until Broadway today asked by five very special celebrity presenters! Backstage Babble host Charles Kirsch, of BroadwayWorld's Kid Critics, has gathered a diverse group of experts and stars, including Tony-nominated actors, respected historians, producers, musical directors, and more.

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NBC's Timeless Reunion

BENEFIT
Play-PerView will reunite the principal cast members of ​NBC’s cult sci-fi series “Timeless”​ with series co-creator ​Shawn Ryan​ (“The Shield”) in a reading of the season two episode, “Hollywoodland” featuring additional new material written just for this special event. Series stars ​Malcolm Barrett​ (​“​Preacher​”​),​ ​Sakina Jaffrey​ (“House of Cards”), ​Paterson Joseph (“Peep Show”), ​Matt Lanter​ (“The Mandalorian”), ​Abigail Spencer ​(“True Detective”),​ ​and ​Goran Višnjić​ (“ER”) will be joined by additional cast members and other guests, to be announced shortly. This Play-PerView exclusive performance will feature a live-streamed reading of the episode followed by a moderated discussion and Q&A for the audience, and will be available on-demand through January 27th. Proceeds from this presentation will benefit ​Feeding America​.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Massenet’s Manon Starring Lisette Oropesa, Michael Fabiano, Carlo Bosi, Artur Ruciński, Brett Polegato, and Kwangchul Youn, conducted by Maurizio Benini. From October 26, 2019.

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8:00 PM

Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Celebrate Chita Rivera's birthday with Chita Rivera and special guests

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Rule of 7x7: January Edition

Brand new 10-minute plays presented in a deliciously innovative virtual fashion. 5 writers. 5 rules. 5 new virtual plays. 2 nights only. Performed on Zoom | Streamed on YouTube. Hosted & produced by Brett Epstein.

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Saving Wonderland (presented by Seize the Show)

PLAY KIDS
What happened to Wonderland after Alice returned home? In this innovative new adventure, the audience is plunged back down the rabbit hole as Alice in this fantastical re-thinking of the popular classic. Filled with beloved characters and mind-bending puzzles, the familiar turns peculiar as you search for missing gears from the White Rabbit’s watch in order to restore order to Wonderland and help save the day. A new, family-friendly adventure like you’ve never experienced it before - live, interactive and in real time! With numerous possible endings, your choices control the story and guide the action to turn back the hands of time over and over and over again.

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8:30 PM

Billy Stritch Sings Mel Torme Logo

Billy Stritch Sings Mel Torme

CONCERT
Mel Torme was one of the greatest American singers. His virtuoso talents ranged from swing to scat to lush ballads. Stritch embodies those gifts along with his own brilliance at the piano. Billy Stritch sings Mel Torme covers many great American standards on which Torme put his personal stamp. Having personally known Torme, Stritch offers wonderful stories about Mel’s life and career. Featuring two top New York this show is not to be missed! Streamed to your home. Tickets $25.

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10:00 PM

Powers New Voices Festival - An Evening with the San Diego Black Artist Collective

REGIONAL
The evening will feature works by Tanika Baptiste, Dea Hurston, Joy Yvonne Jones, Tamara McMillian, Milena (Sellars) Phillips, and Ruff Yeager, as well as a stunning adaptation of Rich Soublet II’s Black Presence photo docuseries.

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Sunday, January 24

2:00 PM

NYJFF Filmmaker Focus: On Making the Personal Universal with Judith Helfand

In this workshop, Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Judith Helfand will lead a connect-the-dots tour through her body of autobiographical work.

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6:00 PM

PANDER...ing by ptmc

PLAY
What if Shakespeare felt maker's remorse in presenting HENRY VI's Joan of Arc, & TROILUS & CRESSIDA's Pandarus, & enlists the patronage of Queen Elizabeth to assist him in giving both Pandarus & Joan d’Arc makeovers? Achilles, Patroclus, Mistress Overdone, Anne Hathaway, Mrs. Aphra Behn, Edward DeVere and even a Gallant Stool join in the fray. And what’s that underlying thrum regarding authorship? Join us for a ZOOM Reading/Webinar of PANDER...ing

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Wagner’s Die Walküre Starring Deborah Voigt, Eva-Maria Westbroek, Stephanie Blythe, Jonas Kaufmann, Bryn Terfel, and Hans-Peter König, conducted by James Levine. From May 14, 2011.

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8:00 PM

The Seth Concert Series- Jessica Vosk Logo

The Seth Concert Series- Jessica Vosk

CONCERT INTERVIEW
Jessica was recently seen on Broadway in Wicked after having spent a year playing Elphaba in the national tour. Vosk most recently starred in the NYC Ballet Jerome Robbins tribute Something to Dance About, directed by Warren Carlyle, and re-created the role of Fruma Sarah in the most recent revival of Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof. Other Broadway: Finding Neverland, The Bridges of Madison County. She starred as Anita in the Grammy-nominated San Francisco Symphony West Side Story. Debut Solo Album Wild and Free available for purchase at www.jessicavosk.com. Follow along @jessicavosk.nal credits include: FUNNY GIRL (Robby Award Winner-Best Actress), CRAZY FOR YOU (L.A. Ovation Award Nominee), OLIVER (Critic’s Award-Best Actress), James Joyce’s THE DEAD, TRIUMPH OF LOVE, THE GRASS HARP, SOUTH PACIFIC, WILL ROGER’S FOLLIES, and the World Premiere of WICKED. Television Credits include: RISE, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, HOMELAND and MADAM SECRETARY.

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10:00 PM

Powers New Voices Festival - Under a Baseball Sky

REGIONAL
From the writer of American Marachi comes a story about baseball’s deep roots in the Mexican American community. When troublemaker Teo is assigned to clean up a vacant lot belonging to the elderly Elí O’Reilly, these two unlikely friends form a bond forged in history and America’s pastime. Inspired by the playwright’s research into the history of San Diego’s Logan Heights neighborhood, Under a Baseball Sky celebrates communities and individuals coming together to find hope, healing, and love.

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