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Wednesday, June 23

12:00 PM

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HAROLD & LILLIAN

REGIONAL PLAY
Book & lyrics by Dan Collins music by Julianne Wick Davis, based on the documentary film by Daniel Raim, directed by Michael Greif, dramaturg: Jerry Patch. A musical about the Hollywood romance of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson. Beginning with their elopement after Harold came home from World War II, their marriage spanned six decades—during which they overcame daunting personal challenges and made surprising movie magic.

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Becoming Dr. Ruth

MUSICAL
Here in America, she is known simply as Dr. Ruth. Her background includes living in five countries, marrying three times and identifying under four names. In a striking solo performance, six-time Tony and Emmy nominee Tovah Feldshuh (Broadway’s Golda’s Balcony), (TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” & “The Walking Dead”), deftly inhabits the warm, wise, witty persona of the beloved media figure. Reserve your tickets now for this breezy, thoroughly engaging evening of theatre, even as it explores some of the darkest chapters of the past century.

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1:00 PM

Love From Lincoln Center

Tune in for a string quartet comprised of members of the world-class New York Philharmonic Orchestra.

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3:00 PM

Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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Doris Dear's More Gurl Talk

CONCERT MUSICAL
DeForest Theatricals brings you Doris Dear, host of the Telly Award winning series “Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk” and 3-time MAC Award winning vocalist, in the all-new theatrical concert, “Doris Dear’s MORE Gurl Talk”. Filmed live at The Triad Theater in NYC, the show begins streaming June 30th at 3pm on the Broadway on Demand streaming platform available on AppleTV, Roku and other streaming devices. Grab a ticket, make a cocktail and be transported with Doris Dear. Doris Dear says, “I am so happy to bring this new show to my fans who have been with me through the past year watching my award-winning series “Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk”. Broadway on Demand has been such a great partnership with my work and bringing this 75-minute concert show to fruition has been a dream come true for me!” Discover how Doris Dear became “America’s Perfect Housewife” growing up in Staten Island with her parents Taffy and Duke and her sister Nancy. Doris opens the door to her life and family and tells it all in a show full of cocktails, stories and songs. We guarantee you’ll laugh and cry as Doris brings her brand of storytelling to this fab pay per view concert! The show features Doris Dear in all her housewife glory, with musical director, Billboard and Apple music chart topping composer, Blake Allen and a very special appearance by the award-winning group "Those Girls"! Doris Dear is a 3-time MAC Award winning vocalist/storyteller and her series on Broadway on Demand, “Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk”, now streaming its second season, was honored with a Silver Telly Award! So, grab a cocktail, settle in, and escape the everyday boredom with this fab concert! See you in the Rumpus Room!!!! PRODUCED by DeForest Theatricals, award winning producer of live and streaming shows, and directed by Lina Koutrakos. The “Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk” album has been streamed over 20,000 times and is available on all music platforms.

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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5:00 PM

Aizuri Quartet: What’s Past is Prologue

CONCERT
The GRAMMY Award-winning string ensemble performs What's Past is Prologue, two digital concerts of music by female composers spanning the past millennia, filmed March 2021 at the studio of renowned sculptor Joel Shapiro. The phrase "what's past is prologue," from Shakespeare's The Tempest, "has become a modern shorthand for the notion that history set the context for the present," says Aizuri cellist Karen Ouzounian. "Contemporary composers reflect on the work of those who came before them as they push the string quartet medium towards the future." The dramatic setting for this two-part program is Shapiro's large-scale geometric sculptures that suspend from the ceiling and extend from the walls and floors of his studio in Long Island City, Queens. Program 1, available June 23 includes Benedictine composer, philosopher, and abbess Hildegard von Bingen’s (b. 1098) liturgical poem Columba aspexit, arranged for string quartet by Alex Fortes; composer and environmentalist Gabriella Smith’s (b. 1991) Carrot Revolution, written for Aizuri’s GRAMMY-winning album Blueprinting; and GRAMMY and MacArthur Award-winning musician Rhiannon Giddens’s (b. 1977) At the Purchaser’s Option, a haunting work inspired by an 1830s advertisement selling a young female slave with or without her 9 month old baby.

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6:30 PM

Song Sessions

The term “song” or “song session” describes the elaborate vocalization structure produced by humpback whales. Song Sessions connects whale and human music. Employing flutes, clarinets, sine-tones, and an LED light installation, four improvisers perform an ever-changing work based on the structure of whale songs. Each performance is unique and distinctive. With flutes played by Isabel Lepanto Gleicher and clarinets played by Eric Umble, the duo improvises as two whales communicating over a vast ocean. The sine-tones, played by Barry Sharp, provide an evolving ambiance that comprises frequencies of oceanic noise pollution. Lastly, Paige Seber utilizes an adaptable light installation manipulated to mimic the ocean in flux and respond in real-time to the performance's dramatic arc.

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7:00 PM

OPEN

All For One Theater & The Tank present the archived world premiere of OPEN by Crystal Skillman. Filmed live at The Tank in June 2019. Directed by Jessi D. Hill. Starring Megan Hill. // OPEN is a magic act that reveals itself to be a resurrection. A woman called The Magician presents a myriad of tricks for our entertainment, yet her performance seems to be attempting the impossible — to save the life of her partner, Jenny. But is our faith in her illusions enough to rewrite the past? The clock is ticking, the show must go on, and as impossible as it may seem, this Magician’s act may be our last hope against a world filled with intolerance and hate.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda Starring Elza van den Heever, Joyce DiDonato, Matthew Polenzani, Joshua Hopkins, and Matthew Rose, conducted by Maurizio Benini. Production by Sir David McVicar. From January 19, 2013.

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8:00 PM

The 39 Steps

PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, Richard pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat!

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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The Broadway Cast Reunion Series: "A Bronx Tale"

Featuring: Bobby Conte Thornton (Calogero), Ariana DeBose (Jane), Richard H. Blake (Lorenzo), Lucia Giannetta (Rosina), Bradley Gibson (Tyrone), Hudson Loverro (Young Calogero), Chazz Palminteri (Book writer, based on his life and his original play. Also played the role of Sonny) The Broadway Cast Reunion Series gives audiences a chance to do what they may never have done before: visit “backstage” with the cast and hear personal, hilarious, unscripted stories and gossip – as the casts really let their hair down. Viewers can even ask questions via the chat feature!

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I'm Still Here: A Virtual Benefit for the Billy Rose Theatre Division

Performances, rare archival clips, and plenty of surprises are in store for this one-time-only virtual benefit celebrating the Billy Rose Theatre Division's 90th anniversary.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
The Making of Broadway for Orlando: What the World Needs Now is Love ​ ​

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The 39 Steps

REGIONAL PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, he pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat! Central Standard Time

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY

PLAY
A new play by Brandon Walker inspired by real events. A safe online space for LGBTQIA+ witches is desecrated by a controversy over cultural appropriation and burial rites, which came to be known as Boneghazi. THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY is a mystical crime drama about how a bone-stealing witch sparked a revolution regarding race, gender, and spirituality. This play is interactive in the live Zoom performances, and audience response is included in the plot of the play by using the Zoom chat and polling. The streamed performances are less interactive for those who prefer to simply watch the action unfold.

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Animal Wisdom

Do you believe in ghosts? Take a virtual front row seat for this original film of the acclaimed musical séance, Animal Wisdom, where singer-songwriter-soothsayer Heather Christian lays to rest the souls that haunt her. Christian shapeshifts between rock star, folklorist and high priestess as she conjures a constellation of souls in an effort to confront her family’s mythologies. With raucous, ferocious music that fuses blues, gospel and folk, Heather Christian invites you to raise a glass to the unseen forces that shape our lives. Adapted from the stage production that had a sold-out and acclaimed run at The Bushwick Starr, Animal Wisdom offers a transporting experience where a concert becomes a mass, and a mass becomes a séance, all in your living room.

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9:00 PM

Song Sessions

The term “song” or “song session” describes the elaborate vocalization structure produced by humpback whales. Song Sessions connects whale and human music. Employing flutes, clarinets, sine-tones, and an LED light installation, four improvisers perform an ever-changing work based on the structure of whale songs. Each performance is unique and distinctive. With flutes played by Isabel Lepanto Gleicher and clarinets played by Eric Umble, the duo improvises as two whales communicating over a vast ocean. The sine-tones, played by Barry Sharp, provide an evolving ambiance that comprises frequencies of oceanic noise pollution. Lastly, Paige Seber utilizes an adaptable light installation manipulated to mimic the ocean in flux and respond in real-time to the performance's dramatic arc.

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Thursday, June 24

12:00 PM

HAROLD & LILLIAN Logo

HAROLD & LILLIAN

REGIONAL PLAY
Book & lyrics by Dan Collins music by Julianne Wick Davis, based on the documentary film by Daniel Raim, directed by Michael Greif, dramaturg: Jerry Patch. A musical about the Hollywood romance of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson. Beginning with their elopement after Harold came home from World War II, their marriage spanned six decades—during which they overcame daunting personal challenges and made surprising movie magic.

Get More Info
Becoming Dr. Ruth Logo

Becoming Dr. Ruth

MUSICAL
Here in America, she is known simply as Dr. Ruth. Her background includes living in five countries, marrying three times and identifying under four names. In a striking solo performance, six-time Tony and Emmy nominee Tovah Feldshuh (Broadway’s Golda’s Balcony), (TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” & “The Walking Dead”), deftly inhabits the warm, wise, witty persona of the beloved media figure. Reserve your tickets now for this breezy, thoroughly engaging evening of theatre, even as it explores some of the darkest chapters of the past century.

Get More Info

7:00 PM

OPEN

All For One Theater & The Tank present the archived world premiere of OPEN by Crystal Skillman. Filmed live at The Tank in June 2019. Directed by Jessi D. Hill. Starring Megan Hill. // OPEN is a magic act that reveals itself to be a resurrection. A woman called The Magician presents a myriad of tricks for our entertainment, yet her performance seems to be attempting the impossible — to save the life of her partner, Jenny. But is our faith in her illusions enough to rewrite the past? The clock is ticking, the show must go on, and as impossible as it may seem, this Magician’s act may be our last hope against a world filled with intolerance and hate.

Get More Info

Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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Los Niños Perdidos

In celebration of Immigration Heritage Month, The Tank and ID studio theater are hosting a two day event featuring a virtual presentation of the play "Los Niños Perdidos" / "Lost children: a piece in twenty questions" and panel discussions featuring immigration policy experts (6/24) and immigrant artists (6/25). "Lost children: a piece in twenty questions" is a monologue adapted from the Spanish version of "Tell me how it ends: an essay in forty questions" (Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award ) by Valeria Luiselli, based on her experiences working as a volunteer translator for migrant children seeking legal representation.

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Criminal Queerness Festival: «when  we write with  ashes»  

Drawing from the artist’s self-identified background as a non-binary, HIV-positive, queer, indigenous Mexican person, comes a complicated love story.

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THE BOOK THAT WON'T CLOSE

PLAY
THE BOOK THAT WON’T CLOSE Confessions of a Love Addict written and performed by TL Forsberg, directed by Jessica Lynn Johnson, follows a bi-culturally fluid Deaf woman through a series of bad relationships, a dark comedy that includes music, dance, video projection and sign language. The show is now CAPTIONED and fully accessible to deaf/deaf and hard of hearing and hearing! The encore BEST OF FEST! performance streams Thursday, June 24 at 7:00 pm (PDT) and is available on demand for 48 hours.

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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Pride Trilogy III - Darius de Haas Sings Billy Strayhorn "Something to Live For"

CONCERT
Obie Award winning actor and singer Darius de Haas (Broadway's "Rent", "Shuffle Along", "Kiss Of The Spiderwoman", and Amazon's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel") performs the music of Billy Strayhorn in an intimate setting, celebrating the composer's rich contribution to the Great American Songbook- Billy Strayhorn wrote "Take The A Train", "Lush Life", "Day Dream", "Chelsea Bridge", "Something To Live For", and more.

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Cookin’ with Gas: Online Edition (The Groundlings)

Your favorite improv show returns for an all new online format! Based entirely on audience suggestions, the comic daredevils invent custom-made fun that will have you falling out of your (virtual) seat. This Event will be run through ZOOM WEBINAR. All participants will receive a link prior to the event, which will require ZOOM registration. Please make sure you are registered and logged in 5 mins before the show to guarantee full access.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Puccini’s Tosca Starring Patricia Racette, Roberto Alagna, George Gagnidze, and John Del Carlo, conducted by Riccardo Frizza. Production by Luc Bondy. From November 9, 2013.

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LIZ ESTRADA

PLAY
The world may not be fine, but that doesn’t mean we can’t gather online to prevent disaster with a little bit of sex and laughter. What could this witty, interactive and racy take on the classic Greek “sex-strike to end hate” comedy have to offer today’s divisive and seemingly psychotic society? Plenty, it turns out in this hilarious, naughty, innovative and ultimately inspiring modern-day update from Miles Beyond Entertainment -- one of 2020’s most awarded live-streamers – partnering with the female-centric Archipelago Creative Group. Join the online burlesque rally, where the entire ensemble reacts to the audience’s real-time texts. With six LIVE performances only, show times are PDT, so please adjust accordingly. Only one online “ticket” is required for each household or devices. Info and tickets at www.BeyondTheStage.net

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8:00 PM

The 39 Steps

PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, Richard pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat!

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Jaime Lozano and The Familia: Songs by an Immigrant - Joe's Pub Live!

Considered by Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda as the “next big thing” on Broadway, Mexican Director, Composer, Arranger & Orchestrator Jaime Lozano is back, virtually, at Joe’s Pub with his "Familia," an all-Latinx line up of the best Broadway and Off-Broadway performers in a concert about their immigrant experience. An evening full of songs and stories about finding a new home, learning a new language, dealing with discrimination, trying to fit in, pursuing the American dream, being in love, growing older, and missing his native land. A show about diversity, inclusion, and building bridges instead walls.

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Restart Stages Treya Lam

A veteran of past NYC Pride celebrations, Treya Lam’s headlining debut will feature politically charged songwriting and fluent instrumental prowess.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special guests TBA

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The 39 Steps

REGIONAL PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, he pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat! Central Standard Time

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THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY

PLAY
A new play by Brandon Walker inspired by real events. A safe online space for LGBTQIA+ witches is desecrated by a controversy over cultural appropriation and burial rites, which came to be known as Boneghazi. THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY is a mystical crime drama about how a bone-stealing witch sparked a revolution regarding race, gender, and spirituality. This play is interactive in the live Zoom performances, and audience response is included in the plot of the play by using the Zoom chat and polling. The streamed performances are less interactive for those who prefer to simply watch the action unfold.

Get More Info

Animal Wisdom

Do you believe in ghosts? Take a virtual front row seat for this original film of the acclaimed musical séance, Animal Wisdom, where singer-songwriter-soothsayer Heather Christian lays to rest the souls that haunt her. Christian shapeshifts between rock star, folklorist and high priestess as she conjures a constellation of souls in an effort to confront her family’s mythologies. With raucous, ferocious music that fuses blues, gospel and folk, Heather Christian invites you to raise a glass to the unseen forces that shape our lives. Adapted from the stage production that had a sold-out and acclaimed run at The Bushwick Starr, Animal Wisdom offers a transporting experience where a concert becomes a mass, and a mass becomes a séance, all in your living room.

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Friday, June 25

12:00 PM

HAROLD & LILLIAN Logo

HAROLD & LILLIAN

REGIONAL PLAY
Book & lyrics by Dan Collins music by Julianne Wick Davis, based on the documentary film by Daniel Raim, directed by Michael Greif, dramaturg: Jerry Patch. A musical about the Hollywood romance of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson. Beginning with their elopement after Harold came home from World War II, their marriage spanned six decades—during which they overcame daunting personal challenges and made surprising movie magic.

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Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge

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

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Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge

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

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Becoming Dr. Ruth

MUSICAL
Here in America, she is known simply as Dr. Ruth. Her background includes living in five countries, marrying three times and identifying under four names. In a striking solo performance, six-time Tony and Emmy nominee Tovah Feldshuh (Broadway’s Golda’s Balcony), (TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” & “The Walking Dead”), deftly inhabits the warm, wise, witty persona of the beloved media figure. Reserve your tickets now for this breezy, thoroughly engaging evening of theatre, even as it explores some of the darkest chapters of the past century.

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Transatlantic Tales

PLAY
Eavesdrop on eight Zoom calls between Ireland and America, with eight new short plays ranging from comedy to drama, the fantastic to the mundane, written by eight outstanding Irish women playwrights, and featuring a brilliant cast of actors in Ireland and in the US, recorded live. Following the success of Transatlantic Tales 2020 which premiered online live with The Civic and which won The Spirit of the Festival Award at the 1st Irish Festival in New York, AboutFACE are delighted to share this all-new set of transatlantic stories for 2021.

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LIZ ESTRADA

PLAY
The world may not be fine, but that doesn’t mean we can’t gather online to prevent disaster with a little bit of sex and laughter. What could this witty, interactive and racy take on the classic Greek “sex-strike to end hate” comedy have to offer today’s divisive and seemingly psychotic society? Plenty, it turns out in this hilarious, naughty, innovative and ultimately inspiring modern-day update from Miles Beyond Entertainment -- one of 2020’s most awarded live-streamers – partnering with the female-centric Archipelago Creative Group. Join the online burlesque rally, where the entire ensemble reacts to the audience’s real-time texts. With six LIVE performances only, show times are PDT, so please adjust accordingly. Only one online “ticket” is required for each household or devices. Info and tickets at www.BeyondTheStage.net

Get More Info

7:00 PM

OPEN

All For One Theater & The Tank present the archived world premiere of OPEN by Crystal Skillman. Filmed live at The Tank in June 2019. Directed by Jessi D. Hill. Starring Megan Hill. // OPEN is a magic act that reveals itself to be a resurrection. A woman called The Magician presents a myriad of tricks for our entertainment, yet her performance seems to be attempting the impossible — to save the life of her partner, Jenny. But is our faith in her illusions enough to rewrite the past? The clock is ticking, the show must go on, and as impossible as it may seem, this Magician’s act may be our last hope against a world filled with intolerance and hate.

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Los Niños Perdidos

In celebration of Immigration Heritage Month, The Tank and ID studio theater are hosting a two day event featuring a virtual presentation of the play "Los Niños Perdidos" / "Lost children: a piece in twenty questions" and panel discussions featuring immigration policy experts (6/24) and immigrant artists (6/25). "Lost children: a piece in twenty questions" is a monologue adapted from the Spanish version of "Tell me how it ends: an essay in forty questions" (Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award ) by Valeria Luiselli, based on her experiences working as a volunteer translator for migrant children seeking legal representation.

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Restart Stages- Criminal Queerness Festival: This is Not a Memorized Script, This is a Well-Rehearsed Story 

Explore the experience of a creative queer scholar and lover—through the lens of a sometimes-troubled relationship with their hometown Beirut.

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The Completely Different Late Show: Online Edition (The Groundlings

It’s fast and most definitely furious. Straight from the top, The Groundlings Main Company delivers a special online improv experience that could only happen LATE* at night! The perfect way to end the work week, so kick back and unwind with The Groundlings. *depending on your time zone :)

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THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY

PLAY
A new play by Brandon Walker inspired by real events. A safe online space for LGBTQIA+ witches is desecrated by a controversy over cultural appropriation and burial rites, which came to be known as Boneghazi. THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY is a mystical crime drama about how a bone-stealing witch sparked a revolution regarding race, gender, and spirituality. This play is interactive in the live Zoom performances, and audience response is included in the plot of the play by using the Zoom chat and polling. The streamed performances are less interactive for those who prefer to simply watch the action unfold.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Puccini’s Turandot Starring Christine Goerke, Eleonora Buratto, Yusif Eyvazov, and James Morris, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Production by Franco Zeffirelli. From October 12, 2019.

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Chelsea Music Festival: Eric Nathan: Just a Moment (2021) [World Premiere]

CONCERT
The Chelsea Music Festival presents the world premiere of composer Eric Nathan’s Just a Moment (2021) for two antiphonal oboes performed by oboists John Ferrillo and Amanda Hardy on Friday, June 25, 2021 at 7:30pm as part of the 2021 Virtual Festival. There will be a pre-concert Zoom conversation at 7:00pm with Eric Nathan, Amanda Hardy, and Chelsea Music Festival Artistic Directors Melinda Lee Masur and Ken-David Masur. The online concert also includes clips with violinist Augustin Hadelich and pianist Orion Weiss and visuals by artist Kyle Meyer. Commissioned by the Chelsea Music Festival and Dr. Michael Sporn and dedicated to Ferrillo and Hardy, Just a Moment is a meditation on distance and intimacy. One oboe is placed on stage and the other in the balcony. They call out to each other, note-by-note, phrase-by-phrase, creating an unfolding melody, catching each other's notes, embracing these tones and the space that divides them, with subtle unisons and half-step dissonances mingling in echoes. There is a magical, trance-like sense of contemplation to the work, but also a sense of dancing joy. The audience hears the oboe on stage, and the echoes of the distant oboe from above, embracing and surrounding all in a sonic choreography that meets in the space between. Nathan says, “What the experience of the struggles of the past year has taught me most is to appreciate fleeting moments of beauty and connection, and how these can sustain us.” In the recorded premiere, the videography enables the audience to feel the distance between the players as well as experience the vastness and beauty of Boston’s Jordan Hall, where we cannot yet gather and listen to music. The video also brings us intimately into each of the players' worlds, closer and more privately, than if we heard it live.

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Clue

REGIONAL PLAY
Based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game, Clue is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspects. Led by the Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will leave both cult fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT!

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8:00 PM

The 39 Steps

PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, Richard pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat!

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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Restart Stages- Taylor Mac: Egg Yolk

Theater artist Taylor Mac returns to Lincoln Center for Egg Yolk, an evening of songs which will no doubt offer some unpredictable surprises.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special guests TBA

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The 39 Steps

REGIONAL PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, he pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat! Central Standard Time

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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Lonely Little Ghosts

REGIONAL PLAY
Lonely Little Ghosts is a brand new theatrical experience. Host and creator Matthew Swanson leads the audience through an hour-long journey centered around interconnection and intimacy, melding storytelling with poetry and magic to create a moving, original piece of immersive virtual theatre. Lonely Little Ghosts is a study on how we confront our own individual “characters” and interact with each other to immortalize ourselves through the art of theatre and performance. It is a story of hauntings, both physical and metaphysical; a highly vulnerable, deeply enchanting exploration of the mystery of humanity; and an exploration of our own characters designed to leave audiences feeling better than when they arrived. In the age of COVID, we have all yearned to connect. Join Langhorne Players for this new experience of connection as we explore the realms of mentalism and magic. Lonely Little Ghosts will be presented entirely online over just three performances on the evenings of June 25, 26 and 27. Participants can choose from limited Front Row seats, which will include a link that requires the attendee to be on a computer webcam to participate in the show; and General Admission, which is a standard viewing link. Note that we highly recommend viewing this show in a comfortable space, on a computer or streaming device linked to a television, not on a mobile device. The show is streamed to our YouTube (via a private, unlisted link for those who purchase tickets ONLY), so you can view it anywhere you can view YouTube, such as Roku, Fire TV, web browser, etc. Front Row participants will need to view the show via StreamYard on a laptop or desktop computer. Give yourself over to the experience of Lonely Little Ghosts and join us for this exciting love letter to the magic of theatre, where your character will live forever within The Ghost Light.

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Animal Wisdom

Do you believe in ghosts? Take a virtual front row seat for this original film of the acclaimed musical séance, Animal Wisdom, where singer-songwriter-soothsayer Heather Christian lays to rest the souls that haunt her. Christian shapeshifts between rock star, folklorist and high priestess as she conjures a constellation of souls in an effort to confront her family’s mythologies. With raucous, ferocious music that fuses blues, gospel and folk, Heather Christian invites you to raise a glass to the unseen forces that shape our lives. Adapted from the stage production that had a sold-out and acclaimed run at The Bushwick Starr, Animal Wisdom offers a transporting experience where a concert becomes a mass, and a mass becomes a séance, all in your living room.

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9:00 PM

Restart Stages- Silent Disco on The GREEN: The Illustrious Blacks

Groove on The GREEN this NYC Pride weekend to House, Electronic, and Disco-infused Afrofuturist funk.

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Saturday, June 26

10:00 AM

Young People's Concert: Where We Find Hope

Join NY Phil for fun, conversation, and activities led by Philharmonic Teaching Artists and Musicians!

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12:00 PM

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HAROLD & LILLIAN

REGIONAL PLAY
Book & lyrics by Dan Collins music by Julianne Wick Davis, based on the documentary film by Daniel Raim, directed by Michael Greif, dramaturg: Jerry Patch. A musical about the Hollywood romance of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson. Beginning with their elopement after Harold came home from World War II, their marriage spanned six decades—during which they overcame daunting personal challenges and made surprising movie magic.

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Becoming Dr. Ruth

MUSICAL
Here in America, she is known simply as Dr. Ruth. Her background includes living in five countries, marrying three times and identifying under four names. In a striking solo performance, six-time Tony and Emmy nominee Tovah Feldshuh (Broadway’s Golda’s Balcony), (TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” & “The Walking Dead”), deftly inhabits the warm, wise, witty persona of the beloved media figure. Reserve your tickets now for this breezy, thoroughly engaging evening of theatre, even as it explores some of the darkest chapters of the past century.

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3:00 PM

Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti

REGIONAL PLAY
Giulia is a single New Yorker who really knows how to deliver in the one room where it counts-- the kitchen. Publishing pro by day and domestic diva by night, she knows how to whip up mouth-watering Italian cuisine. Unfortunately, her prowess with pasta is not matched by her taste in men, who all seem to eat and run. Can she find Mr. Right or will she end up getting burned? Based on Giulia Melucci's bestselling memoir, this saucy comedy features live cooking onstage and leave you hungry for love!

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I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti

REGIONAL PLAY
Giulia is a single New Yorker who really knows how to deliver in the one room where it counts-- the kitchen. Publishing pro by day and domestic diva by night, she knows how to whip up mouth-watering Italian cuisine. Unfortunately, her prowess with pasta is not matched by her taste in men, who all seem to eat and run. Can she find Mr. Right or will she end up getting burned? Based on Giulia Melucci's bestselling memoir, this saucy comedy features live cooking onstage and leave you hungry for love!

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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7:00 PM

OPEN

All For One Theater & The Tank present the archived world premiere of OPEN by Crystal Skillman. Filmed live at The Tank in June 2019. Directed by Jessi D. Hill. Starring Megan Hill. // OPEN is a magic act that reveals itself to be a resurrection. A woman called The Magician presents a myriad of tricks for our entertainment, yet her performance seems to be attempting the impossible — to save the life of her partner, Jenny. But is our faith in her illusions enough to rewrite the past? The clock is ticking, the show must go on, and as impossible as it may seem, this Magician’s act may be our last hope against a world filled with intolerance and hate.

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Joe's Pub at Bryant Park Picnic Performances: Mykal Kilgore

Picnic Performances, Bryant Park's summer performing arts series, features twenty-five live music, dance and theater events for a free, ticketed audience at midtown Manhattan's Bryant Park. Livestream broadcasts of nearly all of this season’s Picnic Performances will also be available to anyone at no cost via Bryant Park’s social media platforms. Joe's Pub is thrilled to be one of Bryant Park's programming partners this year! On Saturday, June 26th, we will present an evening with the Broadway performer and rising R&B star Mykal Kilgore. Mykal Kilgore’s artistry cuts through traditional barriers and represents the hope of gospel, the soul of R&B, and the vulnerability of country. His debut release, A Man Born Black, which earned him an NAACP Image Awards nomination for Outstanding New Artist, is an exploration of faith, loss, the stumble and spills on the way to maturity, and the beauty of hope and love. A born and raised Floridian, Kilgore moved to Nashville, TN, as a hopeful singer and songwriter after attending Florida State University. Also known for making bold political expressions, he became a viral sensation for his gospel-themed song “Reclaiming My Time,” based on the statement made popular by famed Congresswoman Maxine Waters. The video garnered over 10 million views in one week and landed him an appearance with the legislator on ABC’s The View. With the release of A Man Born Black, Kilgore is now stepping into the forefront to share his unique perspective with the world. His multi-octave ability is powerful and elegant – and stretches across music genres, while his lyrics color the outlines of each of our personal experiences. His instrument is guaranteed to educate, entertain and elevate the lives of all who have the luxury of experiencing his unmatched sound.

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Restart Stages-  LatinXoxo

An outrageous and gender-busting solo musical theater performance, LatinXoxo is by turns hilarious, risqué, and deeply moving.

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THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY

PLAY
A new play by Brandon Walker inspired by real events. A safe online space for LGBTQIA+ witches is desecrated by a controversy over cultural appropriation and burial rites, which came to be known as Boneghazi. THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY is a mystical crime drama about how a bone-stealing witch sparked a revolution regarding race, gender, and spirituality. This play is interactive in the live Zoom performances, and audience response is included in the plot of the play by using the Zoom chat and polling. The streamed performances are less interactive for those who prefer to simply watch the action unfold.

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FOUR CHORDS AND A GUN

PLAY
Written by JOHN ROSS BOWIE (“The Big Bang Theory,” “Speechless”). Featuring MICHAEL CASSADY (“The O.C.,” Army of The Dead) Emmy Award nominee BEN FELDMAN (“Superstore,” Disney's “Monsters at Work”), Emmy Award nominee ​BRENDAN HUNT (“Ted Lasso,” “Key & Peele”) Tony Award winner LENA HALL (Hedwig and The Angry Inch, “Snowpiercer”) Golden Globe nominee JUSTIN KIRK (HBO’s “Angels In America,” “Kidding”) BOBBY CONTE THORNTON (Company, A Bronx Tale), Directed by JESSICA HANNA​. 40 years ago, Phil Spector made The Ramones a legend and destroyed the band. In Four Chords and a Gun, an intense black comedy based on exhaustive research, the notorious punk band records 1979’s End of the Century in an infamous session that sparks both personal tensions among the group’s members and violent struggles with the volatile Spector. By turns, sexy, gritty, dangerous, and hilarious, Four Chords and a Gun reveals the real-life drama behind the making of the world’s greatest punk album.​​ Proceeds benefit Food on Foot. Four Chords and a Gun will be available to stream on-demand through June 30th

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Britten’s Billy Budd Starring Philip Langridge, Dwayne Croft, and James Morris, conducted by Steuart Bedford. Production by John Dexter. From March 11, 1997

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Restart Stages- Summer Evenings Outdoors: Brahms

Join Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for a series of six hour-long LIVE performances from Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park.

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Clue

REGIONAL PLAY
Based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game, Clue is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspects. Led by the Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will leave both cult fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT!

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8:00 PM

The 39 Steps

PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, Richard pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat!

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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We Are Trans Presents: The Badass Trans Women of Comedy

Join We Are Trans and host KJ Whitehead for a night of comedy from some badass trans women. Lineup features Sammie James, Violet Gray, Dina Nina Martinez, and Mary Jane French

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
Special guests TBA

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The 39 Steps

REGIONAL PLAY
Suspense thriller meets riotous comedy in this fast-paced parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 film and John Buchan’s 1915 novel on which it was based. When a mysterious woman is murdered in his London apartment, Richard Hannay suddenly finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of international intrigue. As the police pursue Richard, who’s been framed for the murder, he pursues a cunning ring of foreign agents before they can smuggle sensitive secrets out of the country. The plot has many twists, but the real twist in this adaptation stems from limiting the cast to just four actors, who play more than 150 quick-change roles as they recreate every major scene from the original film along with clever allusions to other Hitchcock classics. The result is a hilarious homage to Hitchcock and the action adventure genre. The 39 Steps will keep you laughing even as it keeps you on the edge of your seat! Central Standard Time

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Ghosting

PLAY
GHOSTING: noun; The practice of ending a personal relationship with somebody by suddenly, and without explanations, withdrawing from all communication. Sí never sleeps well. Sí never remembers her dreams. But she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Mark, who ghosted her six years ago, standing at the end of her bed in London. What the f*ck? Now she must face her demons and go back to the last place on Earth she wants to be. Waterford. Home. Irish Rep is proud to present the New York premiere of Waterford natives Anne O’Riordan’s (Call the Midwife, Doctors) and Jamie Beamish’s (Bridgerton, Derry Girls) tragic-comic new play. First premiering to sold-out audiences in London, O’Riordan and Beamish brought their collaboration home to Theatre Royal, Waterford in 2019. This production of Ghosting was streamed live online from Theatre Royal in April 2020.

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Animal Wisdom

Do you believe in ghosts? Take a virtual front row seat for this original film of the acclaimed musical séance, Animal Wisdom, where singer-songwriter-soothsayer Heather Christian lays to rest the souls that haunt her. Christian shapeshifts between rock star, folklorist and high priestess as she conjures a constellation of souls in an effort to confront her family’s mythologies. With raucous, ferocious music that fuses blues, gospel and folk, Heather Christian invites you to raise a glass to the unseen forces that shape our lives. Adapted from the stage production that had a sold-out and acclaimed run at The Bushwick Starr, Animal Wisdom offers a transporting experience where a concert becomes a mass, and a mass becomes a séance, all in your living room.

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