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Wednesday, January 27

7:30 AM

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Singles in Agriculture

On their last night together at the annual convention for singles in agriculture, a resilient young army widow who loves Modern Family and talks to her Pygmy goats, angles for romance with a religious dairy farmer from Oklahoma. Join Bristol Riverside Theatre for a LIVE online production of Singles in Agriculture by Abby Rosebrock. Directed by Amy Kaissar

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10:30 AM

National Radio Series Program 18: Baroque

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: In a program bursting with the dynamic colors of the Baroque era, enjoy Telemann’s Concerto in D major and Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 6, 4, and 2.

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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: TBA

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2:00 PM

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

MUSICAL
This enchanting new British musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers. Against the backdrop of the Northern Lights, a small town has been pushed to the brink of collapse in a bid for progress and prosperity. To rescue Midgard from certain destruction, father and daughter must heal their relationship and work together. This gripping family-friendly story sees brooms coming to life and love blossoming anew. Acclaimed musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost have created this gender-swapped twist on the timeless poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which also inspired the Dukas symphony that memorably featured in the Disney film Fantasia. Directed by Charlotte Westenra (The Wicker Husband, Watermill), the cast of ten includes Dawn Hope (Follies, National Theatre), David Thaxton (Olivier Award for Passion, Donmar Warehouse) and the professional debut of London School of Musical Theatre graduate Mary Moore in the title role.

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New York Jewish Film Festival Live Talk: Irmi

Film at Lincoln Center: Join Irmi directors Susan Fanshel and Veronica Slever for a live talk about their Closing selection at the 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival.

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2:30 PM

IN CAMERA: PLAYBACK - LUNGS

Lungs was performed and streamed live from The Old Vic stage to 69 countries across the globe in summer 2020. ‘I could fly to New York and back every day for seven years and still not leave a carbon footprint as big as if I have a child. Ten thousand tonnes of CO2. That’s the weight of the Eiffel Tower. I’d be giving birth to the Eiffel Tower’ The ice caps are melting, there’s overpopulation, political unrest; everything’s going to hell in a handcart – why on earth would someone bring a baby into this world? Directed by Matthew Warchus, Claire Foy and Matt Smith performed a socially distanced version of Duncan Macmillan’s hilarious emotional rollercoaster of a play about a couple wrestling with life’s biggest dilemmas live from The Old Vic.

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3:00 PM

1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: The Irish Tunes ofTin Pan Alley

An exploration of some of the iconic tunes derived from Irish traditions that influenced American popular music. With Irish folk historian, author, recording artist and NYU Professor of Irish Studies Mick Moloney and moderated by the Black 47 lead singer, host of “Celtic Crush” on Sirius, and author of the Broadway-bound musical “Paradise Square” Larry Kirwan.

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Yes! Reflections of Molly Bloom

It is Ireland in the early hours of June 17th, 1904. Molly Bloom’s husband–the wandering philandering Leopold “Poldy” Bloom–has just come home & fallen asleep in their Dublin row house. Molly–a daughter, a mother, a lover and a long-suffering wife–patrols the pathways of her wild and leaping consciousness. She is lustful. Scared. Exuberant. Heartbreakingly lonely. Vivaciously reckless. And profoundly funny. With an empty nest, an unfulfilling affair and a marriage long past its prime, Molly must find a way back to the rock-bed of love that she and Bloom once shared. Her unsentimental stream of consciousness is a song of songs that reaches backwards and forwards across the centuries. Written one hundred years ago, Joyce’s words seem carved not just for today, but tomorrow too. Time ticks within time, dreams are upended, and life is thrown off balance. Molly seeks to reanimate love and ends up discovering herself. Dublin becomes Gibraltar, age becomes youth and a small room in Dublin becomes the world.

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5:00 PM

ACO Composer-to-Composer Talks: John Corigliano/Mason Bates

INTERVIEW
American Composers Orchestra (ACO) presents its next Composer to Composer Talk online, with composers Mason Bates and John Corigliano. On January 27, Mason Bates will talk with John Corigliano about Corigliano’s work Circus Maximus (Symphony No. 3 for Large Wind Ensemble) from 2004. The talk will be live-streamed and available for on-demand viewing for seven days. Tickets are free; registration is highly encouraged. Registrants will receive links to recordings of featured works in advance of the event.

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6:00 PM

Be Our Guest with Lea Salonga!

INTERVIEW
We're kicking off Season 2 of Be our Guest! with Lea Salonga! Join us as we continue our conversations about diversity in the theatre industry and what the next chapter will be like for #BIPOC artists in a post-COVID landscape.

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MixFest 2021: WHO IS THE CARIBBEAN IN AMERICA TODAY?

Hear from experts as they address this question through the lens of Caribbean history and the critical issues facing the African Caribbean community today, such as sex tourism, the effects of general tourism, and environmental concerns. Our panel of thinkers will also explore matters of leadership and the role of art in Caribbean culture.

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6:30 PM

Ballet Hispánico- ¡Si Señor! ¡Es Mi Son! by Alberto Alonso

DANCE
Choreographer Alberto Alonso brings the spirit of Cuba to life. Elaborately costumed dancers make their way across the stage in a carnival style procession eventually breaking off in pairs, their movement intertwined with the Afro-Cuban rhythms of Gloria Estefan's music from her album, Mi Tierra. Choreography by Alberto Alonso; Assisted by Sonia Calero; Music by Gloria Estefan (from the album Mi Tierra); Costume Design by Randy Barcelo; Lighting Design by Donald Holder; Dancers: Pedro Ruiz, Amir Levy, Natalia Zisa, Eduardo Vilaro, Lynne Morrissey, Alessandra Corona, Rebecca Jefferson, Veronica Ruiz, Donald Roman Lopez, Yael Levitin, Marc Calamia, Linda Caceres, Rita Blandino, Christina Figueroa, Eric Rivera

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Ballet Hispánico's ¡Si Señor! ¡Es Mi Son! Watch Party

DANCE
Ballet Hispánico, the nation's renowned Latinx dance organization recognized this year as one of America's Cultural Treasures, kicks off 2021 with a glimpse into the company's past. The 50th Anniversary Celebration continues with a series of entertaining archival repertory pieces, inviting audiences to look back at vibrant performances from the 80s and 90s with the Ballet Hispánico Watch Party Series on Wednesday, January 27, available at ballethispanico.org, and on YouTube and Facebook. Enjoy a Company performance from the comfort of your own home, followed by live Q&A sessions with Artistic Director and CEO of Ballet Hispánico Eduardo Vilaro, choreographers and Company and alumni dancers. The piece features Mr. Vilaro himself, during his years as a dancer with the Company. January 27 at 6:30pm ¡Si Señor! ¡Es Mi Son! by Alberto Alonso, followed by a conversation with former Company member Donald Roman Lopez and other special guests.

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7:00 PM

The Black Queen Screen Tests, Act 1

An ALL-BLACK, virtual, workshop production of "The Black Queens, or House of Dinah" built to elevate the theatricality and explore the “live.” On November 20th, 2020 - after a series of in-house workshops - the Tank hosted a live stream of our experiments. But most importantly, this endeavor was created and entirely run by a 20+ team of BLACK creative artists, artisans and technicians. This absurd musical, which taps into the art of drag, mixes lip-syncing and live moments of dance and music to tell an intergenerational BLACK, QUEER story of self-reliance, resilience and survival. Songs from jazz legend, black/queer icon Dinah Washington’s catalogue were celebrated here – and new, hybrid, virtual theater positions were created and built by an ALL-BLACK TEAM! The cast of The Black Queen Screen Tests includes Amanda Moreau (Wilhelmina), Joshua Josey (Lady), James Edward Becton* (Felicia), Joyia D. Bradley (Gladys), Suzanne Darrell*† (Tamika), Theodore Alexander (Wilhelmina Double) and Marcus L. Braggs (Lady Double).

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La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival- Tamar Rogoff + Kevin Augustine

La MaMa presents Café La MaMa Live: La MaMa Moves! Online, curated and hosted by Nicky Paraiso. This edition of Cafe La MaMa Live will be the second in an ongoing process of choreographers exploring the creation/recreation of work for an online platform. This live presentation of works by Kevin Augustine (USA), Kari Hoaas (Norway), Anabella Lenzu (Argentina/Italy/USA), Tamar Rogoff (USA) will be streamed on La MaMa’s website and will include a discussion with the artists involved.

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7:30 PM

Cocktails & Cabaret w/ Francesca Amari

REGIONAL CONCERT
Now in month 11, popular Palm Springs-based cabaret singer Francesca Amari performs an entertaining, weekly live stream concert of great music from jazz to pop to oldies, show tunes and more. The show features lots of laughs, bad jokes and yummy cocktails, and Amari is accompanied by Broadway veteran pit musician Wayne Abravanel at the piano.

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Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Gounod’s Faust Starring Marina Poplavskaya, Jonas Kaufmann, and René Pape, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. From December 10, 2011.

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8:00 PM

18 Voices: A Liberation Day Reading Of Young Writers’ Diaries From The Holocaust

More than one million Jewish children were killed during the Holocaust and countless others survived. Some, like Anne Frank, kept diaries in which they confided their hopes, fears, and experiences. Join us on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, for a special virtual reading of excerpts from these diaries. Narrated by Liev Schreiber, this program features readings from Mayim Bialik, Mandy Gonzalez, Daniel Kahn, Adam Kantor, Telly Leung, Caissie Levy, Stephanie Lynn Mason, Zalmen Mlotek, Amit Rahav, Eleanor Reissa, Yelena Schmulenson, Alexandra Silber, Abby Stein, Danny Strong, and Michael Zegen.

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1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: Mustard

Award-winning playwright & performer Eva O’ Connor’s one-woman play about heartbreak, madness and how condiments are the ultimate coping mechanism. Produced by Fishamble (Jim Culleton artistic director), “Mustard” premiered in the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe. O’Connor was last seen in the 2020 1st Irish Festival in “Maz and Bricks.” When E meets the man of her dreams — a professional cyclist — love hits her in the pubic bone like a train. But when it ends she plummets into a black hole of heartbreak at the speed of a doped up team on the Tour de France.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
It's Guest Host Week! Join host Liz Callaway for a BABY Reunion with Richard Maltby, Jr., David Shire, Todd Graff, Beth Fowler, Catherine Cox and Martin Vidnovic!

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The Weir

In a remote country pub in Ireland, newcomer Valerie arrives and becomes spellbound by an evening of ghostly stories told by the local bachelors who drink there. With a whiff of sexual tension in the air and the wind whistling outside, what starts out as blarney soon turns dark as the tales drift into the realm of the supernatural. Then, Valerie reveals a startling story of her own…. Conor McPherson’s The Weir is a haunting, evocative evening in the theatre you will never forget.

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Works & Process at the Guggenheim : Isolation to Creation: The Way Forward

DANCE CONCERT
After self-isolation and serial Covid testing, quarantine bubbles are formed for artists to gather, create, and perform safely again. Ephrat Asherie, Les Ballet Afrik, Joshua Bergasse, Sara Mearns, Missing Element, Music from the Sole & Jamar Roberts.

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Thursday, January 28

7:30 AM

Singles in Agriculture Logo

Singles in Agriculture

On their last night together at the annual convention for singles in agriculture, a resilient young army widow who loves Modern Family and talks to her Pygmy goats, angles for romance with a religious dairy farmer from Oklahoma. Join Bristol Riverside Theatre for a LIVE online production of Singles in Agriculture by Abby Rosebrock. Directed by Amy Kaissar

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2:00 PM

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

MUSICAL
This enchanting new British musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers. Against the backdrop of the Northern Lights, a small town has been pushed to the brink of collapse in a bid for progress and prosperity. To rescue Midgard from certain destruction, father and daughter must heal their relationship and work together. This gripping family-friendly story sees brooms coming to life and love blossoming anew. Acclaimed musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost have created this gender-swapped twist on the timeless poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which also inspired the Dukas symphony that memorably featured in the Disney film Fantasia. Directed by Charlotte Westenra (The Wicker Husband, Watermill), the cast of ten includes Dawn Hope (Follies, National Theatre), David Thaxton (Olivier Award for Passion, Donmar Warehouse) and the professional debut of London School of Musical Theatre graduate Mary Moore in the title role.

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2:30 PM

IN CAMERA: PLAYBACK - LUNGS

Lungs was performed and streamed live from The Old Vic stage to 69 countries across the globe in summer 2020. ‘I could fly to New York and back every day for seven years and still not leave a carbon footprint as big as if I have a child. Ten thousand tonnes of CO2. That’s the weight of the Eiffel Tower. I’d be giving birth to the Eiffel Tower’ The ice caps are melting, there’s overpopulation, political unrest; everything’s going to hell in a handcart – why on earth would someone bring a baby into this world? Directed by Matthew Warchus, Claire Foy and Matt Smith performed a socially distanced version of Duncan Macmillan’s hilarious emotional rollercoaster of a play about a couple wrestling with life’s biggest dilemmas live from The Old Vic.

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4:00 PM

La MaMa Kids: Shadow Puppets

A puppet shadow demonstration followed by an excerpt from Tall Keyaki Tree, a multidisciplinary shadow puppet show inspired by the Japanese novella "The Five-Storied Pagoda" written by Koda Rohan. This is a story about a highly skilled but unsuccessful carpenter Jubei who, because of his spiritual bond with the Kayaki tree, builds a five-storied pagoda that withstands typhoons and earthquakes. It is a shadow puppet piece which combines music, shadow puppets, projections, and dance, “it feels like a theatre version of an art house silent film…” The show is directed by Watoku Ueno, with music by Shu Odamura; and features puppeteer Christopher Ignacio.

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6:00 PM

CSC's Classic Conversations

INTERVIEW
This conversation will feature: CSC Founding Artistic Director CHRIS MARTIN (Oedipus Cycle and The Homecoming at CSC)

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MixFest 2021: TIGRESS OF SAN DOMINGUE

by France-Luce Benson, directed by Awoye Timpo, featuring China Brickey, Safiya Fredericks, Dan Hopman, Fedna Jacquet, Russell G. Jones, Guyviaud Joseph, Margaret Odette & Bechir Sylvain. Part II of Benson’s Haitian Revolution trilogy Deux Femmes on the Edge de la Revolution, Tigress of San Domingue continues the journey of Cécile, an enslaved African healer turned rebel soldier, and Valentine, a French expat caught between two worlds. As Toussaint L’Ouverture and Jean-Jacques Dessalines continue the fight for freedom and equality, Cécile, rises up the military ranks. Driven by a dangerous combination of trauma and ambition, she must choose between her obligation to family, and their allegiance to the new nation rising from the ashes.

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7:00 PM

LOOKING BACK AT THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA

Lincoln Center Theater’s LCT SPOTLIGHT SERIES, a free program of digital events, featuring LCT artists in performance, conversation and more, will continue with “Looking Back at THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA,” LCT’s 2005 award winning musical. Featuring original stars Victoria Clark, Matthew Morrison and Kelli O’Hara, the webinar event will be introduced by the production’s director Bartlett Sher and moderated by Ira Weitzman, LCT’s Mindich Musical Theater Associate Producer. The Light in the Piazza, with music and lyrics by Adam Guettel, and a book by Craig Lucas, based on the novella by Elizabeth Spencer, opened at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in April 2005. The musical, which enjoyed a long run at the Beaumont, won 7 Tony Awards including Best Original Score (Adam Guettel) and Best Actress in a Musical (Victoria Clark). Matthew Morrison and Kelli O’Hara also received Tony Award nominations for their performances.

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Looking for Tiger Lily

Written and performed by Anthony Hudson—the human vessel for Portland’s premier drag clown Carla Rossi—Looking for Tiger Lily utilizes song, dance, drag and video to put a queer spin on the ancestral tradition of storytelling. Asking what it means for a queer mixed Native person to experience their heritage through white normative culture as they recount growing up watching the 1960 production of Peter Pan featuring Sondra Lee’s blonde, blue-eyed “Indian Princess” Tiger Lily, Anthony (and Carla) draw from a songbook sketching across Disney’s Pocahontas to Cher’s Half-Breed. Available through Feb 7.

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The Black Queen Screen Tests, Act 1

An ALL-BLACK, virtual, workshop production of "The Black Queens, or House of Dinah" built to elevate the theatricality and explore the “live.” On November 20th, 2020 - after a series of in-house workshops - the Tank hosted a live stream of our experiments. But most importantly, this endeavor was created and entirely run by a 20+ team of BLACK creative artists, artisans and technicians. This absurd musical, which taps into the art of drag, mixes lip-syncing and live moments of dance and music to tell an intergenerational BLACK, QUEER story of self-reliance, resilience and survival. Songs from jazz legend, black/queer icon Dinah Washington’s catalogue were celebrated here – and new, hybrid, virtual theater positions were created and built by an ALL-BLACK TEAM! The cast of The Black Queen Screen Tests includes Amanda Moreau (Wilhelmina), Joshua Josey (Lady), James Edward Becton* (Felicia), Joyia D. Bradley (Gladys), Suzanne Darrell*† (Tamika), Theodore Alexander (Wilhelmina Double) and Marcus L. Braggs (Lady Double).

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Love, Noël: The Songs and Letters of Noël Coward

Get to know the life and times of one of the 20th century’s most dynamic creative icons – Noël Coward – through this intimate performance in which Steve Ross and KT Sullivan transform into some of the many characters that made up Coward’s unique life…Gertrude Lawrence, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Elaine Stritch, Lynn Fontanne, Virginia Woolf, Edna Ferber, the Queen Mother and, of course, The Master himself, Noël Coward. Through Coward’s songs, stories and personal letters, cabaret legends Ross and Sullivan will summon up timeless memories of an era that may be gone but is never to be forgotten.

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Rubix Control (Escape Room presented by Seize the Show)

PLAY
What a time to be alive! Finally, an intergalactic cruise called The Rubix has launched and is on its way to civilize Mars! With a loyal captain and a team of five "space settlers," this new maiden voyage promises to be one for the history books. Unfortunately, you are an unpaid IT intern back on Earth. But when the ship goes off course and loses connection with Mission Control, they turn to you! This is your moment! You must reprogram the AI and bring the mission to safety. But it won't be easy. The Rubix is a twisting and turning modular ship, whose layout changes every few minutes, and there’s a saboteur in your midst, who you must identify before the clock runs out.

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7:30 PM

Front Row Mainstage: Artist Series: Tara Helen O’Connor

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: The Front Row Artist Series concerts focus on the work of individual CMS artists in a variety of ensembles, complemented by a short documentary film on the artist’s life and work.

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BULL SESSION | THE WOMAN HATER

An interactive discussion of the play and its themes with director Everett Quinton, scholar Tara K. Menon, and members of the company,

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Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Verdi’s Falstaff Starring Lisette Oropesa, Angela Meade, Stephanie Blythe, Jennifer Johnson Cano, Paolo Fanale, Ambrogio Maestri, and Franco Vassallo, conducted by James Levine. From December 14, 2013.

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CREATIVE CONVERSATION - STORYTELLING THE BEAUTY & DIVERSITY OF BLACK MANHOOD

REGIONAL
With the re-release of Psalmayene 24’s ‘Dear Mapel,’ Mosaic is partnering with Project GoodMen for a conversation on the beauty and diversity of Black manhood, intergenerational mentorship, and the power of the arts. Our Creative Conversation will explore the transformational act of sharing our stories, celebrate the DC programs empowering Black men, and amplify the spectrum of Black male identity. Featuring local and national organizations, artists, and community leaders, this event will spotlight artistic expression and make a deep-dive into how we continue to struggle for and co-create mutual liberation.

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Beirut

Starring Marisa Tomei, Oscar Isaac, and Patrick Breen Directed by Will Cantler How do we sustain the human spirit, hope and love in the face of a plague? We’ve been here before, in history and on the MCC stage. In 1987, Alan Bowne’s Beirut launched MCC Theater’s one-act festival. A play to remember, and one that is as relevant today as ever. Set in a dingy Lower East Side apartment in the 1980s, Beirut follows the story of Torch (played by Oscar Isaac), a young man who is in quarantine after testing positive to a nameless disease. His girlfriend (Marisa Tomei, reprising her award-winning role from 1987), refuses to leave him isolating alone. It’s raunchy, it’s real, it’s poetic; and it reminds us of the power of stories, and their role in fostering hope, solidarity and documentation of extraordinary times. Available through Jan 31.

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8:00 PM

Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
It's Guest Host Week! Join host Jack Plotnick and special guests!

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Friday, January 29

7:30 AM

Singles in Agriculture Logo

Singles in Agriculture

On their last night together at the annual convention for singles in agriculture, a resilient young army widow who loves Modern Family and talks to her Pygmy goats, angles for romance with a religious dairy farmer from Oklahoma. Join Bristol Riverside Theatre for a LIVE online production of Singles in Agriculture by Abby Rosebrock. Directed by Amy Kaissar

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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: TBA

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1:00 PM

Movement Medicina: Contra Tiempo

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts: Drawing from salsa, Afro-Cuban dance, hip-hop, and contemporary dance-theater, Los Angeles dance troupe Contra-Tiempo creates a uniquely thrilling experience for all audiences.

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2:00 PM

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

MUSICAL
This enchanting new British musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers. Against the backdrop of the Northern Lights, a small town has been pushed to the brink of collapse in a bid for progress and prosperity. To rescue Midgard from certain destruction, father and daughter must heal their relationship and work together. This gripping family-friendly story sees brooms coming to life and love blossoming anew. Acclaimed musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost have created this gender-swapped twist on the timeless poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which also inspired the Dukas symphony that memorably featured in the Disney film Fantasia. Directed by Charlotte Westenra (The Wicker Husband, Watermill), the cast of ten includes Dawn Hope (Follies, National Theatre), David Thaxton (Olivier Award for Passion, Donmar Warehouse) and the professional debut of London School of Musical Theatre graduate Mary Moore in the title role.

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Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s CATAMORPHOSIS

CONCERT
The Berlin Philharmonic will perform the world premiere of Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s highly anticipated new orchestral work, CATAMORPHOSIS, conducted by Kirill Petrenko. A further testament to Thorvaldsdottir’s “confident and distinctive handling of the orchestra” (Gramophone) and the often “cosmic scale” (The New York Times) of her music, CATAMORPHOSIS is an imposing meditation on the fragile relationship we have to our planet. The title, in the composer’s own words, “refers both to the fact that if things do not change it is going to be too late, risking utter destruction – catastrophe - and to the way the core of the work is driven by the shift and pull between various polar forces – power and fragility, hope and despair, preservation and destruction.”

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2:30 PM

IN CAMERA: PLAYBACK - LUNGS

Lungs was performed and streamed live from The Old Vic stage to 69 countries across the globe in summer 2020. ‘I could fly to New York and back every day for seven years and still not leave a carbon footprint as big as if I have a child. Ten thousand tonnes of CO2. That’s the weight of the Eiffel Tower. I’d be giving birth to the Eiffel Tower’ The ice caps are melting, there’s overpopulation, political unrest; everything’s going to hell in a handcart – why on earth would someone bring a baby into this world? Directed by Matthew Warchus, Claire Foy and Matt Smith performed a socially distanced version of Duncan Macmillan’s hilarious emotional rollercoaster of a play about a couple wrestling with life’s biggest dilemmas live from The Old Vic.

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3:00 PM

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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6:00 PM

MixFest 2021: A SHERO’S JOURNEY OR WHAT ANACAONA AND YEMAYÁ TAUGHT ME

by Guadalís Del Carmen, directed by Awoye Timpo featuring David Anzuelo, Christopher Cassarino, Ricardo Chavira, Patrice, Johnson Chevannes, Cindy De La Cruz, Jesus E. Martinez, Adesola Osakalumi & Judy Reyes. Zoila has had her entire life planned and laid out for her by her family and society. She finds herself at a crossroads when she falls in love with a friend from the past. When tragedy hits, she decides to risk it all. Leaving everything behind, she meets two ancestral sheroes and together they embark on a journey that makes Zoila question everything she was taught.

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7:00 PM

Blood, Water, Earth

An embodied incantation, Blood, Water, Earth traverses sacred alignment from cosmos to womb to earth, it’s symbolic ritual renewal, and a symbolic stripping away of colonial impacts on Indigenous womxn. Channels the ancestral and elemental, the performance acknowledges inter connectedness and shared experiences of Konkwehon:we (Indigenous womxn), holding a Konkwehon:we/Mana Wahine worldview in the vanguard. Available through Feb 7.

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Rubix Control (Escape Room presented by Seize the Show)

PLAY
What a time to be alive! Finally, an intergalactic cruise called The Rubix has launched and is on its way to civilize Mars! With a loyal captain and a team of five "space settlers," this new maiden voyage promises to be one for the history books. Unfortunately, you are an unpaid IT intern back on Earth. But when the ship goes off course and loses connection with Mission Control, they turn to you! This is your moment! You must reprogram the AI and bring the mission to safety. But it won't be easy. The Rubix is a twisting and turning modular ship, whose layout changes every few minutes, and there’s a saboteur in your midst, who you must identify before the clock runs out.

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Wagner’s Der Fliegende Holländer Starring Anja Kampe, Mihoko Fujimura, Sergey Skorokhodov, David Portillo, Evgeny Nikitin, and Franz-Josef Selig, conducted by Valery Gergiev. From March 10, 2020.

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THE NOURISH PROJECT

The Nourish Project is created in collaboration with a multidisciplinary cast of musicians, dancers, storytellers, writers, and cultural organizers from around the country, including: playwright Jaisey Bates (the day we were born); international touring artist Edna Vazquez; Bessie Award-winning choreographer Joya Powell with performers from her dance company Movement of the People; organic farmer and artist Nikiko Masumoto; theatermakers Latrelle Bright (The Water Project) and Madeline Sayet (The Magic Flute at The Glimmerglass Festival); award-winning performing artist Joaquin Lopez; performers Jono Eiland (Miss You Like Hell), Natalie Benally, Siobhan Juanita Brown (The America Play), Sage Chanell, and Dr. Michelle Tom; and NYC Youth Poet Laureate Camryn Bruno. Using music, dance, and poetry curated through a framework of the five senses and four natural elements, The Nourish Project hosts a space for audiences to follow their curiosity and explore their own paths during the experience.

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8:00 PM

Anjou: The Musical Horror Tale

BENEFIT
The world premiere of the English-language performance of Anjou: The Musical Horror Tale, a haunting and modern Mexican opera, is set to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The cast features Eden Espinosa, Bianca Marroquín, Julia Murney and Kristie Dale Sanders as Catherine de’ Medici; Caroline Bowman, Shereen Pimentel and Eva Tavares as Margot de Valois; Javier Muñoz as Charles IX; Austin Colby as Arthur; and Nathan Cockroft, Kevin Curtis, Gabriel Hyman and Michael Perrie Jr. as Spirit/Mignon. Marroquín will also serve as the narrator. Performed in the style of a Broadway concept album, the actors will split roles throughout the musical. The historically based show takes place as Charles IX is crowned as the new French monarch, the Catholic church puts pressure on Queen Catherine de’ Medici to eradicate Protestantism in France. The treacherous queen has a plan of her own: to remain in power through her beloved and overly conceited son, Henry of Anjou, and to plan her daughter’s wedding with a Protestant knight, while executing one of the bloodiest events in history.

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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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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
It's Guest Host Week! Join host Liz Callaway and special guests!

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Belfast Blues

Passionate, riveting and often humorous, Belfast Blues is a tapestry of autobiographical stories told from Geraldine Hughes’s perspective as a little girl coming of age in the war-torn Belfast of the 1980s. These stories bear insightful witness to the many faces of “trying to live a normal life” amidst the violence born of the longstanding conflict between Catholics and Protestants. At thirteen, Hughes temporarily left “The Troubles” to star in a TV movie, “Children in the Crossfire,” directed by George Schaefer, only to return home to a different kind of confusion and pain.

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9:00 PM

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JOHN KRAUSE – A BIT OF YOUR TIME

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Bit of Your Time” is a retrospective through the last 8 years of John’s career. Come along for the ride where you’ll hear songs from Green Day’s American Idiot: The Musical, Rock of Ages, Cruel Intentions: The Musical, Fun Home, Wicked, Newsies, and Hadestown. John will work through these shows chronologically with stories from his time on the road with American Idiot and Wicked, cruise ship and Vegas life with Rock of Ages, and his journey to Broadway with Hadestown. John will also be debuting a few original songs throughout the evening. It is going to be a night full of exciting and diverse music. You don’t want to miss it!

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Saturday, January 30

7:30 AM

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Singles in Agriculture

On their last night together at the annual convention for singles in agriculture, a resilient young army widow who loves Modern Family and talks to her Pygmy goats, angles for romance with a religious dairy farmer from Oklahoma. Join Bristol Riverside Theatre for a LIVE online production of Singles in Agriculture by Abby Rosebrock. Directed by Amy Kaissar

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9:30 AM

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

MUSICAL
This enchanting new British musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers. Against the backdrop of the Northern Lights, a small town has been pushed to the brink of collapse in a bid for progress and prosperity. To rescue Midgard from certain destruction, father and daughter must heal their relationship and work together. This gripping family-friendly story sees brooms coming to life and love blossoming anew. Acclaimed musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost have created this gender-swapped twist on the timeless poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which also inspired the Dukas symphony that memorably featured in the Disney film Fantasia. Directed by Charlotte Westenra (The Wicker Husband, Watermill), the cast of ten includes Dawn Hope (Follies, National Theatre), David Thaxton (Olivier Award for Passion, Donmar Warehouse) and the professional debut of London School of Musical Theatre graduate Mary Moore in the title role.

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2:00 PM

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

MUSICAL
This enchanting new British musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers. Against the backdrop of the Northern Lights, a small town has been pushed to the brink of collapse in a bid for progress and prosperity. To rescue Midgard from certain destruction, father and daughter must heal their relationship and work together. This gripping family-friendly story sees brooms coming to life and love blossoming anew. Acclaimed musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost have created this gender-swapped twist on the timeless poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which also inspired the Dukas symphony that memorably featured in the Disney film Fantasia. Directed by Charlotte Westenra (The Wicker Husband, Watermill), the cast of ten includes Dawn Hope (Follies, National Theatre), David Thaxton (Olivier Award for Passion, Donmar Warehouse) and the professional debut of London School of Musical Theatre graduate Mary Moore in the title role.

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3:00 PM

1ST IRISH THEATRE FESTIVAL: Black& Irish

A revealing discussion that explores the challenges, and celebrates the achievements, of Black and mixed-race Irish artists, and that underlines the need to make Irish arts and culture more inclusive. The panelists – from both sides of the Atlantic — are members of the Black&Irish social media movement. Grace Odumosu — a mixed-race Irish actress who works for Irish Chicago as a youth and family coordinator moderates.

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5:00 PM

I Should Have Called You Earlier

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I Should Have Called You Earlier is a one-on-one telephone play where you receive a call from a half familiar stranger. Together, you’ll reflect back on an imagined past, playing games and sharing memories along the way. It’s an intimate, interactive, and live experience that runs 15 - 20 minutes. I Should Have Called You Earlier is a Pay-What-You-Will performance. After your call, you’ll receive an email with instructions to pay whatever amount you choose. All proceeds will go directly to the artists involved.

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Rubix Control (Escape Room presented by Seize the Show)

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What a time to be alive! Finally, an intergalactic cruise called The Rubix has launched and is on its way to civilize Mars! With a loyal captain and a team of five "space settlers," this new maiden voyage promises to be one for the history books. Unfortunately, you are an unpaid IT intern back on Earth. But when the ship goes off course and loses connection with Mission Control, they turn to you! This is your moment! You must reprogram the AI and bring the mission to safety. But it won't be easy. The Rubix is a twisting and turning modular ship, whose layout changes every few minutes, and there’s a saboteur in your midst, who you must identify before the clock runs out.

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7:00 PM

Sondheim @ 90 Roundtable: Passion

Porchlight Music Theatre’s weekly Sondheim @ 90 Roundtable includes a lively discussion on a Sondheim work, hosted by Porchlight Artistic Director Michael Weber and featuring three special guests. This Saturday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. CST, Sondheim’s 1994 musical Passion is the focus of the penultimate episode of Sondheim @ 90 Roundtable. Passion tells the story of a love triangle and is adapted from Ettore Scola's 1981 film “Passione d'Amore” and its source material, Iginio Ugo Tarchetti's 1869 novel "Fosca.” Weber’s guests this week, discussing what many consider Sondheim’s most personal work, are John Doyle (Tony Award-winning director; artistic director of Classic Stage Company), Judy Kuhn (multiple Tony, Olivier and Grammy Award nominee; Passion at the Kennedy Center Sondheim Festival) and Kathy Voytko (Broadway's The Frogs and Chicago Shakespeare’s Passion.) Viewing is FREE. Watch all previous episodes in Sondheim @ 90 Roundtable series, which covers the entire Sondheim catalog, and this episode after the premiere, anytime for FREE on Porchlight’s YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/c/PorchlightMusicTheatre/featured.

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Dog Act

"Scavengers ain’t got no appreciation of culture." - Zetta Throughout our global pandemic the world has come to realize that storytelling, about the past, present and future, are more important than ever. Enter The Seeing Place Theater’s lively online production of Liz Duffy Adams's irreverent post-apocalyptic comedy, DOG ACT. The play follows the adventures of Rozetta “Zetta” Stone, a traveling performer, and her companion Dog (a young man undergoing a “voluntary species demotion”) as they wander through the former northeastern United States. Zetta, Dog and their little troupe are on their way to a gig in China, assuming they can find it...and survive the journey. DOG ACT is a theatrical, darkly comic variation on the classic doomsday genre, with five original songs. DOG ACT features The Seeing Place veterans Erin Cronican, Robin Friend, William Ketter, Jon L Peacock, Hailey Vest, Brandon Walker (who appeared in one of the first productions of the play in 2005), and Weronika Helena Wozniak. It is directed by Erin Cronican, with stage management by Shannon Formas. Sound design and music composition by Brandon Walker, with scenic and costume design by Erin Cronican.

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The Black Queen Screen Tests, Act 1

An ALL-BLACK, virtual, workshop production of "The Black Queens, or House of Dinah" built to elevate the theatricality and explore the “live.” On November 20th, 2020 - after a series of in-house workshops - the Tank hosted a live stream of our experiments. But most importantly, this endeavor was created and entirely run by a 20+ team of BLACK creative artists, artisans and technicians. This absurd musical, which taps into the art of drag, mixes lip-syncing and live moments of dance and music to tell an intergenerational BLACK, QUEER story of self-reliance, resilience and survival. Songs from jazz legend, black/queer icon Dinah Washington’s catalogue were celebrated here – and new, hybrid, virtual theater positions were created and built by an ALL-BLACK TEAM! The cast of The Black Queen Screen Tests includes Amanda Moreau (Wilhelmina), Joshua Josey (Lady), James Edward Becton* (Felicia), Joyia D. Bradley (Gladys), Suzanne Darrell*† (Tamika), Theodore Alexander (Wilhelmina Double) and Marcus L. Braggs (Lady Double).

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Death and Mourning After

Timothy White Eagle in collaboration with cellist Lori Goldston will present a work in development titled Death and Mourning After. The duo will be presenting an improvised performance based on the themes, rituals and mythologies surrounding death. During the time of Covid White Eagle has been locked down and considering death rituals, early spiritual expression, first mythologies and humanities search for answers which lay out of reach, beyond the veil of death. Filmed in an empty theater at On the Boards in Seattle, Washington, this work in progress is an exploration of themes central of a major upcoming working from White Eagle. Available through Feb 7.

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The Black Queen Screen Tests, Act 1

An ALL-BLACK, virtual, workshop production of "The Black Queens, or House of Dinah" built to elevate the theatricality and explore the “live.” On November 20th, 2020 - after a series of in-house workshops - the Tank hosted a live stream of our experiments. But most importantly, this endeavor was created and entirely run by a 20+ team of BLACK creative artists, artisans and technicians. This absurd musical, which taps into the art of drag, mixes lip-syncing and live moments of dance and music to tell an intergenerational BLACK, QUEER story of self-reliance, resilience and survival. Songs from jazz legend, black/queer icon Dinah Washington’s catalogue were celebrated here – and new, hybrid, virtual theater positions were created and built by an ALL-BLACK TEAM! The cast of The Black Queen Screen Tests includes Amanda Moreau (Wilhelmina), Joshua Josey (Lady), James Edward Becton* (Felicia), Joyia D. Bradley (Gladys), Suzanne Darrell*† (Tamika), Theodore Alexander (Wilhelmina Double) and Marcus L. Braggs (Lady Double).

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7:30 PM

Nightly Met Opera Streams

OPERA
Verdi’s Rigoletto Starring Diana Damrau, Oksana Volkova, Piotr Beczała, Željko Lučić, and Štefan Kocán, conducted by Michele Mariotti. From February 16, 2013.

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THE NOURISH PROJECT

The Nourish Project is created in collaboration with a multidisciplinary cast of musicians, dancers, storytellers, writers, and cultural organizers from around the country, including: playwright Jaisey Bates (the day we were born); international touring artist Edna Vazquez; Bessie Award-winning choreographer Joya Powell with performers from her dance company Movement of the People; organic farmer and artist Nikiko Masumoto; theatermakers Latrelle Bright (The Water Project) and Madeline Sayet (The Magic Flute at The Glimmerglass Festival); award-winning performing artist Joaquin Lopez; performers Jono Eiland (Miss You Like Hell), Natalie Benally, Siobhan Juanita Brown (The America Play), Sage Chanell, and Dr. Michelle Tom; and NYC Youth Poet Laureate Camryn Bruno. Using music, dance, and poetry curated through a framework of the five senses and four natural elements, The Nourish Project hosts a space for audiences to follow their curiosity and explore their own paths during the experience.

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8:00 PM

Toshi Reagon's 37th Annual Birthday Concert: From The Bunker Studio - Joe's Pub Live!

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Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely return virtually for Toshi’s 37th annual birthday celebration. Reagon’s annual birthday shows have become staples of the New York performance ecosystem, and this performance will mark an incredible artist’s journey. Toshi Reagon has been described by Vibe magazine as “one helluva rock’n’roller-coaster ride” and by Pop Matters as “a treasure waiting to be found,” Toshi Reagon is a one-woman celebration of all that’s dynamic, progressive and uplifting in American music.” Toshi is a Singer/Musician/Composer/Producer/Curator. Her music has been featured in film and television and she has collaborated with several dance companies including Urban Bush Woman, Jane Comfort, and LAVA. She is the founder of WORD*ROCK*&SWORD: A Festival Celebration of Women’s Lives, an 8-day festival that takes place in NYC every September. She has curated several events in NYC including her GoodFolk series in collaboration with Joe’s Pub and The Schomburg Center for Black Research in Black Culture’s Women in Jazz Festival.

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Stars in the House

BENEFIT INTERVIEW
It's Guest Host Week! Join host Brenda Braxton and special guests!

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8:30 PM

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Billy Stritch Sings Mel Torme

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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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9:00 PM

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Broadway Mixtape with Syndee Winters and Ben Williams

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Join Broadway star Syndee Winters and Grammy award-winning artist Ben Williams for an evening of original mashups. Featuring hits from your favorite Broadway shows and pop songs from the ’90s and 2000s.

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Rubix Control (Escape Room presented by Seize the Show)

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What a time to be alive! Finally, an intergalactic cruise called The Rubix has launched and is on its way to civilize Mars! With a loyal captain and a team of five "space settlers," this new maiden voyage promises to be one for the history books. Unfortunately, you are an unpaid IT intern back on Earth. But when the ship goes off course and loses connection with Mission Control, they turn to you! This is your moment! You must reprogram the AI and bring the mission to safety. But it won't be easy. The Rubix is a twisting and turning modular ship, whose layout changes every few minutes, and there’s a saboteur in your midst, who you must identify before the clock runs out.

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