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Hedwig And The Angry Inch  
Belasco Theatre Hedwig And The Angry Inch
 
Hedwig And The Angry Inch - brilliantly innovative, heartbreaking and wickedly funny, John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's landmark American musical is now the winner of four 2014 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. Tony Award nominee Andrew Rannells and Tony winner Lena Hall star as "internationally ignored song stylist" Hedwig Robinson and her companion Yitzhak. Hedwig brings her fourth-wall-smashing rock 'n' roll saga to New York to set the record straight about her life and loves. Don't miss Hedwig And The Angry Inch.

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It's Only A Play  
Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre It's Only A Play
 
The smash Broadway comedy It's Only A Play is a star-studded effort led by Tony Award winners Matthew Broderick and Martin Short, written by four-time Tony winner Terrence McNally and directed by three-time Tony winner Jack O'Brien. The behind-the-scenes shenanigans of this play-within-a-play follow hilariously harried playwright Peter Austin (Broderick) as he waits out the opening night of his new comedy to see if it will be a hit. Joining him at the townhouse of the play's daffy producer (Tony winner Katie Finneran) are his television producer best friend (Short), a hilariously washed-up Hollywood diva (Stockard Channing) and a lethal drama critic (F. Murray Abraham). It's Only A Play is a tornado of sharp satire about the business of big-budget theater, replete with impromptu selfies and celebrity take-downs galore.

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Les Miserables  
Imperial Theater Les Miserables
 
Grand and uplifting, Les Miserables is a powerful affirmation of the human spirit and one of the most popular musicals of all time. This tale of passion and revolution in 19th-century France has been embraced by over 65 million people worldwide, adapted into an Oscar-winning film and has now returned to Broadway in a newly re-imagined production. You'll become immersed in the tale of ex-convict Jean Valjean's struggle for redemption while trying to outrun determined police inspector Javert and providing for his adopted daughter Cosette, ultimately coming to grips with her newfound love for revolutionary student Marius. It's a celebration of the struggle for justice and happiness in the face of hardship, carried forward on a gorgeous score, including the beloved songs "I Dreamed a Dream," "On My Own," "One Day More," "Do You Hear the People Sing?" and more.

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Matilda The Musical  
The Shubert Theatre Matilda The Musical
 
The story of a very bright and rebellious little girl, with special powers. Matilda’s parents, Mr and Mrs Wormwood, have no time for her and treat her as a nuisance. She spends most of her time reading books from the library astonishingly quickly, whilst they watch the telly and Mr Wormwood sells dodgy used cars. At school things are no better as despite the care and support of her teacher, the lovely Miss Honey, Matilda has to contend with the terrifying headmistress Miss Trunchbull who rules the school with cruelty and fear. Matilda fights against the injustices at home and at school. Eventually she decides the grown-ups should be taught a lesson and in the process discovers her supernatural powers.

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The 39 Steps  
The Union Square Theatre The 39 Steps
 
This ingenious comic stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's suspenseful thriller The 39 Steps turns a cast of four talented actors into more than 150 zany characters with a mix of melodrama, action and lots of quick-change costuming, and all in just 100 minutes. In this fast-paced and funny whodunit, a man is accused of a murder he didn't commit, so he flees from the authorities and embarks on a string of hair-raising adventures -- as well as an unlikely romance. Arnie Burton, who co-starred in the original Broadway production, returns, joining Broadway's Robert Petkoff (All the Way, Anything Goes) and Billy Carter (A Moon for the Misbegotten), as well as recent Juilliard grad Brittany Vicars in her New York stage debut. The 39 Steps comes to Union Square Theatre, which just happens to be 39 steps east of Union Square.

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50 Shades! The Musical  
Elektra Theatre 50 Shades! The Musical
 
The worldwide phenomenon Fifty Shades of Grey has captivated audiences across the globe. So, clearly the time has come for a musical parody of it. 50 Shades! The Musical is a hilarious, sexy romp featuring dance numbers, songs and a live band ready to bring the steamy words to vivid life. A hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 50 Shades! makes for an unexpectedly funny roller-coaster ride through the book, featuring original songs like "They Get Nasty" and "There's a Hole Inside of Me." You won't want to miss this laugh-out-loud mix of music, comedy and sexual shenanigans.

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The Accidental Pervert  
13th Street Repertory Company The Accidental Pervert
 
An innocent young boy accidentally discovers his father's secret collection of X-rated video tapes in comedian Andrew Goffman's The Accidental Pervert. The boy watches the tapes, of course, leading him to grow up addicted to porn. In this show, Goffman takes you along on a hilarious and self-deprecating journey through a world of video vixens, X-rated fantasies and dirty movies that he discovered at age 11 and that controlled him until age 26, the year he met his wife.

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Aida  
Metropolitan Opera House Aida
 
The grandest of grand operas, Giuseppe Verdi's Aida strikes a brilliant balance of spectacular pageantry and emotional intimacy, all of which you'll enjoy with an included glass of Champagne. Composed at the request of the King of Egypt for the opening of the Suez Canal in 1871, the opera tells the tragic tale of a love triangle in which an enslaved Ethiopian princess' love for the military leader Radames is doomed by his selection as the future groom of the Pharaoh's daughter. Marco Armiliato conducts and Marjorie Owens and Tamara Wilson share the title role in these performances, sung in Italian with Met titles in English, German, Italian and Spanish.

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Airline Highway  
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Airline Highway
 
In the parking lot of The Hummingbird, a once-glamorous motel on New Orleans' infamous Airline Highway, a group of friends gather. A rag-tag collection of strippers, hustlers, and philosophers have come together to celebrate the life of Miss Ruby, an iconic burlesque performer who has requested a funeral before she dies. The party rages through the night as old friends resurface to pay their respects. This is an ode to the outcasts that make life a little more interesting.

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America's Got Downton  
Mayo Performing Arts Center America's Got Downton
 
Whether or not you're a fan of PBS' British period drama Downton Abbey, you'll be floored by master impressionist Luke Kempner's solo send-up of the hit show, America's Got Downton. Seamlessly switching between more than 30 characters, Kempner brings the show's most colorful characters to Morristown's Mayo Performing Arts Center. You'll get everyone from the puffed up Earl of Grantham and the rest of the Crawley family to the salt of the earth Mrs. Patmore and the crew downstairs. In addition to your favorite upstairs upper-crust and working stiffs, Kempner peppers the show with a few celebrity drop-ins for one hilarious culture clash.

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Antony and Cleopatra  
Leonard Nimoy Thalia, Symphony Space Antony and Cleopatra
 
Canada's acclaimed Stratford Festival is one of the world's most popular celebrations of theater, taking place each year in Stratford, Ontario. The list of actors who have appeared in their productions of Shakespeare over the past 60 years is a who's who of great talent. And that tradition continues to this day, with one of their more recent triumphs. In the fall of 2014, the festival mounted a production of Shakepeare's Antony & Cleopatra starring Geraint Wyn Davies and Yanna McIntosh as the powerful rulers whose insatiable love leads to the greatest of tragedies. A high definition film of the play was made, and it will be screening at New York's Symphony Space.

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Avenue Q  
New World Stages Avenue Q
 
After a six-year run at Broadway's Golden Theatre, the massively popular, Tony-winning adult puppet musical Avenue Q now calls New World Stages its home. Full of humor and hummable tunes, Avenue Q is a hilarious look at life in New York, featuring a fantastic cast of people and puppets. In its Broadway debut, Avenue Q scored the "Triple Crown" of Tony wins, grabbing honors for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book. The lovable cast of characters, both flesh and felt, includes recent college grad Princeton, who moves to Avenue Q full of hope for the future, Kate (the girl/monster next door), and the colorful collection of neighbors who help Princeton discover his purpose in life.

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Bad With Money  
The Duplex Bad With Money
 
Ben's Rimalower (Patti Issues) suffers from an addiction that has driven him to extreme lengths all his life. His new one-man play Bad With Money -- opening at New York's The Duplex -- examines his harrowing struggle with spending beyond his means. And we're not just talking about eating ramen as a result of a costly limited edition sneaker fetish, or a penchant for luxury wares. Rimalower's journey has taken him through drug addiction, prostitution, fraud and multiple betrayals. In this gripping play-by-play of some his biggest mistakes and their consequences, he offers a no-holds-barred self-portrait of an addict.

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Bayside! The Musical!  
Theatre 80 Bayside! The Musical!
 
Grab your caffeine pills, giant cell phone and acid-washed jeans because Saved by the Bell is back in an unauthorized parody starring Dustin Diamond. Produced by National Lampoon, Zack Morris, Kelly Kapowski, Screech, Slater and the rest of the gang get up to their old hijinks in this hilarious show that's been called "Saved by the Bell meets The Book of Mormon." It's a tacky, wacky romp that finally answers the burning questions leftover from that beloved Saturday-morning sitcom, like will Zack and Kelly break up? Can Slater quit wrestling? Does Screech die? Now you can find out thanks to Bayside! The Musical! Plus, after each performance you'll have the chance to meet the cast.

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Bed Bugs and Beyond  
13th Street Repertory Company Bed Bugs and Beyond
 
New York City is currently facing a bed bug scourge. But who's sticking up for those annoying little mattress pests? Cheekily described as "a vulgar hemoglobic fantasy with lofty intent," Bed Bugs and Beyond gives voice to a host of sympathetic bug characters -- including a victimized female bed bug fighting to correct injustices, a bed bug of questionable gender and a male bed bug fueled by testosterone poisoning -- along with a self-proclaimed "exterminating angel." With their second-class status and perceived "perverse" sex lives, this original play slyly draws metaphorical parallels between the vitriol with which we speak about bed bugs and the political attacks currently being waged against women and members of the LGBT community.

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Ben Rimalower: Patti Issues  
The Duplex Ben Rimalower: Patti Issues
 
Returning to New York City's The Duplex, this hilarious, highly personal solo show explores playwright-performer Ben Rimalower's journey of self-discovery. When his father came out of the closet and began taking drugs, Rimalower found comfort in musical theater, especially in the transportive voice and larger-than-life personality of Broadway legend Patti LuPone. With a mix of comic irreverence, stark candor and show-biz bravado, Patti Issues poignantly examines the challenges facing LGBT families while shining a light on gay men's fascination with divas. The show has garnered rave reviews from numerous luminaries of the theatre world, including Tony Kushner, Alan Cummings and Patti LuPone herself.

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The Black and The Jew Go Buddhist  
Alchemical Theatre Laboratory The Black and The Jew Go Buddhist
 
Married for 27 years and making people laugh for just as long, performers and real-life interracial couple Epstein and Hassan, known as "The Black and The Jew" have shared their hilarious and provocative thoughts on race, sex, politics and relationships in award-winning stage productions (She's Black, He's Jewish, They're Married, Oy Vey!) and through an acclaimed podcast. Now, they present their newest show, The Black and The Jew Go Buddhist, the funniest and most outrageous distillation yet of their personal-yet-surprisingly-universal insights. Laugh and learn as the secrets to a happy relationship are revealed by this duo beloved by such comedy icons as Joan Rivers, Jerry Stiller and Dan Aykroyd.

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Black Angels Over Tuskegee  
Actors Temple Theatre Black Angels Over Tuskegee
 
Black Angels Over Tuskegee, at Actors Temple Theatre, is the true story of six men embarking upon a journey to become Tuskegee Airmen in the United States Army Air Forces. The play explores their collective struggle with Jim Crow laws, their intelligence, their patriotism, their dreams of an inclusive fair society and the brotherhood they found in each other as they persevered -- and excelled -- in the face of the enormous obstacles acting against them.

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Blue Man Group  
Astor Place Theatre Blue Man Group
 
Blue Man Group combines music, technology and comedy to create a form of entertainment that defies categorization and appeals to people of all ages. Blue Man Group's shows have been described by critics as "innovative," "energetic" and "wildly entertaining." But the only way to truly understand Blue Man Group's global popularity is to see the show for yourself.

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The Book of Moron  
Urban Stages Theatre The Book of Moron
 
Writer, actor and stand-up comic Robert Dubac takes on a Herculean feat with The Moron Plays. His show at New York's Urban Stages Theatre consists of one actor in two separate comedies playing 12 different characters. First up, there's The Book of Moron, a head trip that finds Dubac questing for truth in a modern world filled with hype and spin. His struggle to find answers only results in more confounding questions, not to mention a chorus of hilarious inner voices that drive him even farther off the path. Next, in The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?, Dubac's on a different kind of quest. This time he's pursuing the holy grail of relationships. That's right, he's attempting to answer the age-old question: "What do women want?" And by the play's end, he miraculously comes up with the answer, all while drinking a beer. Dubac channels both Mark Twain and Lily Tomlin with The Moron Plays, serving up witty storytelling, on-point observations and uncanny quick-change character swaps.

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Casey: 30 Years Later!  
Broadway Comedy Club Casey: 30 Years Later!
 
Based on the character Casey from the cult film Basket Case, Casey: 30 Years Later! catches up with the bartender three decades after the events of the film. Written by and starring Beverly Bonner, who played Casey in the horror movie, this bawdy live comedy captures the twisted spirit of the original film. Frank Henenlotter's Basket Case followed the exploits of formerly conjoined twin brothers, one of whom was a hideously deformed monster carried in a basket. Flash forward 30 years and Casey is still slinging drinks in the East Village while also running a call-girl service for aging prostitutes. She's surrounded by a cast of vulgar characters including the Sexy Senior Hookers, dumb waitresses, fans of the cult movie and her old friend Hands in the Basket.

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A Celebration of Sami Culture and Arts  
Scandinavia House A Celebration of Sami Culture and Arts
 
New York's Scandinavia House hosts a two-day performing and visual arts festival to celebrate the Sámi culture, which represents the northernmost indigenous peoples of Europe. The festival will address the political and social issues facing groups that range from Norway to Russia. The talents, dreams, perspectives and passions of Sámi people will be featured in the forms of theater, dance, storytelling and traditional joik, or song. You'll also hear poetry, see movies from leading Sámi filmmakers and gain exposure to the region's wealth of indigenous actors, choreographers, playwrights and other artists.

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Chuggington Live! The Great Rescue Adventure  
Mayo Performing Arts Center Chuggington Live! The Great Rescue Adventure
 
The characters from Disney Jr.'s popular series for preschoolers, Chuggington, pull into Mayo Performing Arts Center for a traintastic adventure. On the first day of Advanced Training, Wilson, Koko and Brewster's skills of courage, speed and determination are put to the test when Koko finds herself in trouble at Rocky Ridge Mine. Can Wilson come to Koko's rescue and fulfill his dream of becoming a hero in Chug Patrol? All aboard for Chuggington Live! The Great Rescue Adventure.

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Churchill  
New World Stages Churchill
 
It is March 1946. In the past year, Winston Churchill has led Britain and the Allies to victory in the European Theatre of World War II. He has also shockingly been defeated for re-election as Prime Minister. Sitting in forced retirement with his wife Clementine at their Chartwell home, Churchill receives an invitation from President Harry Truman to speak in the States at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, where he will deliver his legendary, emphatic 'Iron Curtain' speech. He arrives in Fulton to an informal and esoteric gathering of friends and supporters, and shares his life in flashback and in storytelling. Experience the man who famously proclaimed, 'I am ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.' In Churchill, the influential Nobel Prize laureate discusses his failures and his successes; his love of art, liquor and women; and the bravery of Britain's finest hour.

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Cinderella  
Players Theatre Cinderella
 
See the classic fairy tale come to life on stage in the intimate Players Theatre. In this musical adaptation by Michael Sgouros & Brenda Bell, the beautiful but put-upon Cinderella must toil all day under the smirking demands of her awful stepsisters -- and then sleep among the cinders come night. Cinderella finds a way to make it to the Prince's ball, though, and even manages to capture his heart. Yes, she loses one of her shoes in the process, but what she gains is more precious than all the gold in the kingdom. Before the one-hour musical begins, you and your family can participate in interactive arts workshops where you'll learn about the original book and how it was brought to the stage. Kids can even make their own pumpkin carriage and magic wand to take home as a souvenir.

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Clinton The Musical  
New World Stages Clinton The Musical
 
The show explores the two very different sides of the 42nd President of the United States: 'WJ,' the wholesome, intelligent one, and 'Billy,' the randy, charming one. With Hillary (Rodham) Clinton at their side, the two will handle issues from The White House to Whitewater, the sax to the sex, social security to social climbers, and in the process make history. Maybe.

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The Comedy of Errors  
Corner Office NYC Theater The Comedy of Errors
 
The Comedy of Errors was Shakespeare's shortest -- and some say funniest -- play, and now it comes to the Corner Office NYC Theater with an all-female twist. In this production by AlphaNYC Theater Company, two sets of twins separated at birth happen to be in the same city, without ever meeting, for one crazy day. Soon, multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale, and for no one more so than Antipholus and his servant Dromio who, in search of their long-lost brothers, arrive in an exotic land entirely foreign to their distant home. Recognized by strangers, the visitors begin to question their very being as the turmoil escalates. Slapstick, puns, clever wordplay and mistaken identity all add up to an entertaining experience the whole family can enjoy together. Make no mistake, when the curtain comes down on The Comedy of Errors after a quick 85 minutes, you'll still be laughing!

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Confessions of a Prairie Bitch  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre Confessions of a Prairie Bitch
 
If you're old enough to remember the hit TV show Little House on the Prairie, or even caught the syndicated reruns, you likely felt the same hatred that everyone else did for the nasty Nellie Oleson -- the biggest bitch the Western prairie had ever seen. Now all grown up (and no bitch), Alison Arngrim brings her hit one-woman show to New York. In Confessions of a Prairie Bitch, Alison talks about surviving seven years of being one of the most despised characters on television, and pulls back the curtain on the beloved family show as she recounts her most cherished and often hilarious behind-the-scenes stories from the Little House set, including her experiences growing up in an eccentric Hollywood family.

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Crossdresser for Christ  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre Crossdresser for Christ
 
Current RuPaul's Drag Race frontrunner Ginger Minj makes her heavenly New York City debut in the new musical comedy Crossdresser for Christ. Call it a "relig-ish" experience. Raised as a Southern Baptist in Lake County, Florida a self-described "chubby little lady-boy" gets tired of having hell and damnation shoved down her throat. So she begins her own search for alternative answers. The production takes you along on her wild, wig-filled journey. Ginger has earned such titles as "Miss Gay United States At Large 2013" and "Miss National Comedy Queen 2012." She cites classic funny ladies Carol Burnett and Lucille Ball as her idols and she'll channel both comediennes while serving up over-the-top, rhinestone-studded humor. This night of "preaching to the perverted" will be performed for one night only at The Laurie Beechman Theatre.

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Curious George  
Tribeca Performing Arts Center Curious George
 
It's been nearly 75 years since the husband-and-wife team of Margaret and H.A. Rey debuted their mischievous little monkey Curious George, and he's still just as lovable as ever. Now, the star of children's books, movies and an award-winning PBS show is hitting the stage in this delightful new musical swinging into New York's Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Little ones will go bananas for the hijinks that unfold when George enters the world-famous Golden Meatball Contest in Rome. All the mishaps that follow are enough to make his yellow-clad human handler flip his oversized lid. This Theatreworks USA production is a colorful adventure that's perfect for both new fans and grown-ups who cherished all of George's furry fun in their youth.

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Dating, Depression and Dirtbags: A Love Story  
Stage Left Studio Dating, Depression and Dirtbags: A Love Story
 
From JDate to Holy Communion to Ricky's Strip Club, and from pole dancing to drunk yoga to sharp shooting, Dating, Depression, & Dirtbags: A Love Story explores all avenues of where and how not to meet a potential mate. A one-woman show written and performed by Elza Zagreda (Corn Bread and Feta Cheese: Growing Up Fat and Albanian, Divorce Albanian Style!), Dating finds its heroine strapping on her stilettos and reentering single life in the wake of a disastrous relationship. By turns funny and touching, Dating is painfully real and hilariously relatable at Stage Left Studio.

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Disenchanted!  
The Westside Theatre Disenchanted!
 
Poisoned apples. Glass slippers. Who needs 'em?! Not Snow White and her posse of disenchanted princesses in the new musical that's anything but Grimm. Forget the princesses you think you know - the original storybook heroines have come back to life to set the record straight. After multiple sold-out runs nationwide, these royal renegades tossed off their tiaras to bring their hilariously subversive, not-for-the-kiddies musical to New York City - and The Big Apple will never be the same!

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Distorted Pride  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre Distorted Pride
 
From the creators of drag favorites Distorted Diznee and Distorted Broadway comes a new show with its sights set on Gay Pride. Holly Dae and her merry band of drag stars put a bawdy twist on the subject with Distorted Pride. The Vegas-style variety show features brand-new songs, dances and jokes as well as popular favorites from past shows. Expect a naughty night of cross-dressing entertainment featuring the talents of Dae, Bootsie LeFaris, Pixie Aventura and Tina Burner.

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The Doo Wop Project  
Queensborough Performing Arts Center The Doo Wop Project
 
Stars of Broadway's Jersey Boys, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical and Motown: The Musical gather for a special concert celebrating the genre that made all those shows possible, The Doo Wop Project. The show begins where the music itself has its origins -- on the street corners of American cities right after World War II. Young men would gather on the sidewalks and sing a cappella, mimicking the sounds of instruments with nonsense words: the bass was bom-bom-bom, the guitar was shang-a-lang and the brass riffs were doooo-wop-wop. These impromptu concerts gave rise to groups like the Crests, Belmonts and Flamingos. Later, doo-wop would influence everything and everyone from the Motown sound to Micheal Jackson and Amy Winehouse. Now The Doo Wop Project tells the entire so-crazy-it-can-only-be-true tale through song at Queensborough Performing Arts Center.

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Dreamless  
Stage Left Studio Dreamless
 
Two funny women explore their unique perspectives on motherhood in this solo show double-header at Manhattan's Stage Left Studio. Funny and insightful, Cheryl Smallman's autobiographical one-woman show Dreamless takes shots at marriage, ambition and guilt. At 23, Smallman became pregnant, giving up her dream of acting in exchange for being a mommy. Spending her days at the playground juggling sippy cups instead of being on stage brought comic relief, but eventually led to a nervous breakdown. It's paired with Annette Guarrasi's It Ain't Pretty, which centers around a woman coming to terms with pregnancy -- and the growing pains that come with it.

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Drunk Shakespeare  
Roy Arias Theatre Drunk Shakespeare
 
A self-proclaimed "drinking club with a Shakespeare problem," the merry members of The Drunk Shakespeare Society invite you to join them for a night of suds and sonnets, cocktails and couplets, booze and ... well, you get the idea. As one member of this talented cast of lead-livered actors imbibes more than their fair share of liquid courage, an outrageous evening of theater ensues as they attempt to lead the rest of the cast through a Shakespeare story in just over one hour. Rest assured, the results will be sloppy, silly and occasionally iambic as the night devolves into inevitable debauchery.

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Elvis People  
Corner Office NYC Theater Elvis People
 
The King is dead. Long live the King! Elvis may have permanently left the building in 1977, but his legacy lives on through fans that love him and his music. Told through a series of vignettes and short monologues, Elvis People examines the impact that Elvis Presley made on millions of people and the culture of America. You'll see an impersonator pulled up from obscurity to get a tiny glimpse of Presley's fame, a treasured keepsake bring on a marital crisis, a Vietnam vet who gets through tragedy with the help of Elvis and more stories. A fascinating picture of celebrity, Elvis People explores fame worship and the broader aspects of pop culture at Corner Office NYC Theater.

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F***in' Up Shakespeare: Twelfth Night  
Cakeshop F***in' Up Shakespeare: Twelfth Night
 
The music, merriment and swashbuckling adventures in Shakespeare's gender-bending comedy Twelfth Night get the Drunk History treatment when the LES Shakespeare Co. adds an intoxicated actor into the cast. Be there when one drunk thespian and seven other classically trained professionals stumble through a version of Twelfth Night that's more uncensored and explicit than anything you've ever seen before. When performed as part of the company's F***in' Up Shakespeare series, this classic tale of unrequited love and romantic mischief -- already filled with beloved scoundrels and some of Shakespeare's wittiest wordplay -- becomes even more out-of-control. And with a different genuinely drunken actor selected at random every night, no two productions are ever the same.

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Fabulous  
Write Act Repertory Theatre Fabulous
 
Fabulous!, the high-spirited high seas musical romp, is extending its run after wowing audiences and receiving critical praise last season. The production -- dubbed "The Queen of New Musical Comedies" -- follows two down-on-their-luck female impersonators who must keep their cool and concoct a little Some Like It Hot-style confusion while aboard a cruise ship. The cast includes Josh Kenney and Nick Morrett as the two "dames at sea," Adam Kemmerer as the iconic Hollywood film-star and Jane Aquilina as the ship's lovable cruise director. Produced by Roy Nevans, John Lant and FABCO Productions in association with Write Act Repertory and Tamra Pica, Fabulous! features a book and lyrics by Dan Derby, music by Michael Rheault and is directed by Rick Hamilton with choreography by Mary Lauren.

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The Fantasticks  
Snapple Theater Center The Fantasticks
 
When Matt and Luisa fall in love against the wishes of their feuding families, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet unfolds, with plenty of comedy, drama and music, along with a healthy dose of moonlight and magic. Featuring the beloved songs "Try to Remember," "They Were You" and "Soon It's Gonna Rain," the original off-Broadway run of this timeless musical lasted an astonishing 42 years and continues to charm sold-out audiences all over the world. The legendary Tony-winning actor Jerry Orbach (Promises, Promises, Law & Order) played the narrator El Gallo in the original cast, and the show now runs in the theater named after him.

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A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder  
Walter Kerr Theatre A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder
 
Monty Navarro has just received some really great news! He's a long-lost member of a noble family and could become the next Earl of Highhurst. There are only eight minor issues, namely the other relatives who precede him in line for the title. So Monty does what any ambitious, highborn gentleman would do: he sets out to eliminate them one by one, all while juggling his mistress (she is after more than just love), his fiancee (she's his cousin, but who's keeping track?), plus the constant threat of landing behind bars! But it will all be worth it if he can slay his way into Highhurst Castle... and be done in time for tea.

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Ghost Quartet  
The McKittrick Hotel Ghost Quartet
 
If you could be any kind of dead person, what kind of dead person would you be? That's perhaps the musical question pondered in the quirky four-person song cycle Ghost Quartet by Dave Malloy, now playing at The McKittrick Hotel. Malloy, who wrote the hit off-Broadway pop-opera Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, is one of the four voices, which are backed by a chamber ensemble. Seated throughout the audience, the performers will lead you through seven centuries of "the other side" in languages as varied as gospel, folk ballads, honky-tonk heartbreak anthems, electro-pop, Arabic, contemporary classic, doo-wop and jazz. Listen for references to works such as Arabian Nights, Edgar Allen Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher and Disney's Frozen among others in this series of musical ghost tales about love, death and whiskey. With your exclusive Goldstar ticket purchase, you're guaranteed premium seating in the first three rows.

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The Hard Problem  
Leonard Nimoy Thalia, Symphony Space The Hard Problem
 
All of London seems to have a soft spot for The Hard Problem. Critics have gone crazy for the latest from Tom Stoppard, the writer of Arcadia and Shakespeare in Love. "100 minutes of brilliant brainache" gushed The Daily Mail while The Guardian declared it "momentous." The only problem? Stoppard's play -- his first new work in nine years -- just premiered in London in January and a New York production won't open for months. The solution is National Theatre Live, which brings the best of the British stage to the movie screen. Experience the filmed version of this drama centered on Hilary, a young psychology researcher who is haunted by the "hard problem": If there is nothing but matter, what is consciousness? Be challenged and uplifted at this screening at Symphony Space's Leonard Nimoy Thalia.

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The Heidi Chronicles  
Music Box Theatre The Heidi Chronicles
 
The Heidi Chronicles spans over 20 years, following Heidi Holland from high school to her career as an art historian and how she copes with feminisim, men, politics and motherhood.

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I of the Storm  
The Playroom Theater I of the Storm
 
A fall from riches to rags is not typically defined as "success." But in this new solo show starring OOBR award winner Richard Hoehler, a man's collapse brings about a transformation where losing it all means finding self acceptance and artistic rewards. Our hero holds court in a city park musing, ranting, singing and dancing while casting off his former life and embracing a newfound creativity. Hoehler is a veteran actor of three other solo shows (Working Class, Human Resources, New Jersey/New York) who brings an imaginative energy to the part. I of the Storm runs off Broadway near Times Square at the Playroom Theater.

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The Imbible  
Huron Club at the SoHo Playhouse The Imbible
 
Not only does your ticket to The Imbible come with three free craft cocktails (yes, you read that right -- three!), but you also get to spend the evening in the company of world-renowned mixologist and raconteur Anthony Caporale for a booze-fueled journey through the history of spirits and cocktails. Joined by The Backwaiters, who lend their vocal stylings to the show, The Imbible is filled with music, drinks, science, live demonstrations, drinks, history, comedy and ... did we mention drinks? (You'd better plan on taking the subway home.) Unfolding in an authentic New York speakeasy that was once home to the notorious Tammany Society, you do not want to miss this intoxicating show in the Huron Club at the SoHo Playhouse.

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In the Heights  
Harlem Repertory Theatre In the Heights
 
The Harlem Repertory Theatre brings a "bold new expressionistic interpretation" to Lin-Manuel Miranda's modern musical classic, with a cast of 20 filling four performance areas and getting up-close-and-personal with the audience. Winner of four 2008 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, In the Heights captures the hopes and hustle of a tight-knit Dominican-American community with authenticity and joy thanks to the book by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes, not to mention Miranda's infectious score of vibrant hip-hop, pop and Latin music.

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A Kind Shot  
Davenport Theatre A Kind Shot
 
Before becoming a landscape architect and finding a home in the New York theater scene, 6'1"-tall Terri Mateer was a professional female basketball player, touring the world on a sports scholarship at Florida State University and modeling, stripping, designing erotica and taking lots of shots at life along the way. After a run this summer in the NY International Fringe Festival, Mateer's humorous, inspiring and thought-provoking solo show, A Kind Shot, returns for a run at the Davenport Theatre. It's an honest, no-holds-barred personal account that showcases Mateer's blunt and off-the-cuff storytelling abilities as she shares some of the most outrageous moments and events from her life.

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Kinky Boots  
Al Hirschfeld Theatre Kinky Boots
 
Charlie Price is forced to step in and save his family's shoe factory in Northern England following the sudden death of his father. Help comes from the unlikeliest angel, a fabulous drag performer named Lola. Together, this improbable duo revitalizes the failing business, while stepping out from their fathers' shadows and transforming an entire community through the power of acceptance.

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The Laramie Project  
The Grand at The Producers' Club The Laramie Project
 
The story of Matthew Shepard made national headlines in 1998: The 21-year-old gay college student was savagely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in Laramie, Wyoming. Two men were arrested and charged with kidnapping, aggravated robbery and attempted first-degree murder for the hate crime. One month later, when emotions were still raw, director Moisés Kaufman and his team began conducting hundreds of interviews with the people of Laramie. From those interviews came The Laramie Project, a brutally honest and thought-provoking "live documentary" about an outraged nation and a stunned Wyoming town. One of the last decade's most performed American plays, and also adapted into a 2002 HBO movie, The Laramie Project is a heart-rending theatrical collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink as well as the heights of compassion of which we are capable. The AlphaNYC Theater Company brings this story to life at The Producers' Club.

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Le Scandal  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre Le Scandal
 
New York City's longest-running variety burlesque show, Le Scandal is an authentic, edgy and sexy cabaret featuring comic, classic and neo-burlesque, circus and variety acts, live music and more. Le Scandal's performers include the wildly talented likes of a sword-swallowing belly dancer, a contortionist, a lasso-trick cowboy, a sexy juggler comedian, a trapeze striptease artist and countless other exciting, titillating acts. You can even participate in the Le Scandal Sex Quiz to win fun burlesque prizes.

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Line  
13th Street Repertory Company Line
 
A baseball fan, a handsome young man, a middle-aged woman, her milquetoast husband and a philosopher wait in a Line -- for what, it's not exactly clear -- in this classic absurdist comedy-drama by prolific playwright Israel Horovitz (Park Your Car in Harvard Yard). Their subsequent jockeying for position creates a biting satire on the American desire to get ahead at all costs. Line is New York's longest-running Off-Off-Broadway play, opening in 1974 and running continuously ever since. It's also kicked off many a career, including that of Richard Dreyfuss, Chazz Palminteri, John Cazale and Christopher Meloni. Obie Award-winning Horovitz is not only the most-produced American playwright in French theater history, but he's also the father of Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz.

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe  
St. Luke's Theatre The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
 
St. Luke's Theatre brings this inventive adaptation of C.S. Lewis' The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe to the New York stage -- the first book in his beloved The Chronicles of Narnia series. As two actors play eight characters, both human and animal, you'll travel to Narnia through the old wardrobe with the four Pevensie children, and get swept up in their journey to stand with the great lion Aslan against the evil White Witch. She's placed the land of Narnia under enchantment, and now it's always winter, but never Christmas.

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Living On Love  
Longacre Theatre Living On Love
 
Renee Fleming takes to the stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When Vito, her larger-than-life maestro husband, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his largely fictional autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her own handsome, young scribe to chronicle her life as an opera star. Sparks fly, silverware is thrown, and romance blossoms in the most unexpected ways in this brand new hilarious comedy.

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Mad About the Boy  
13th Street Repertory Company Mad About the Boy
 
As an energetic group of actors works to mount a gay musical production, they're a bit surprised to find themselves confronted by a passionate group of protestors. A patchwork quilt of crazy comedy, this 13th Street Repertory Company production of Mad About the Boy was written by ASCAP Award-winning writer-director Chip Deffaa (One Night With Fanny Brice). Featuring a rich selection of gay songs, both old and new, this amusing musical and its cast of 10 talented actors deliver an entertaining behind-the-scenes look at the mad world of theater.

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The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?  
Urban Stages Theatre The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?
 
Writer, actor and stand-up comic Robert Dubac takes on a Herculean feat with The Moron Plays. His show at New York's Urban Stages Theatre consists of one actor in two separate comedies playing 12 different characters. First up, there's The Book of Moron, a head trip that finds Dubac questing for truth in a modern world filled with hype and spin. His struggle to find answers only results in more confounding questions, not to mention a chorus of hilarious inner voices that drive him even farther off the path. Next, in The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?, Dubac's on a different kind of quest. This time he's pursuing the holy grail of relationships. That's right, he's attempting to answer the age-old question: "What do women want?" And by the play's end, he miraculously comes up with the answer, all while drinking a beer. Dubac channels both Mark Twain and Lily Tomlin with The Moron Plays, serving up witty storytelling, on-point observations and uncanny quick-change character swaps.

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Mamma Mia!  
Broadhurst Theatre Mamma Mia!
 
Inspired by the songs of ABBA. This original musical is a story of family and friendship as it unfolds on a tiny Greek island. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited twenty years ago.

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Man and Superman  
Leonard Nimoy Thalia, Symphony Space Man and Superman
 
Oscar nominee Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel, Schindler's List) stars in this HD screening of George Bernard Shaw's comedy favorite, recorded live at London's National Theatre. A freewheeling adaptation of the legend of Don Juan, Man and Superman finds heiress Ann Whitefield determined to marry confirmed bachelor Jack Tanner -- and she'll chase him from London to Spain to Hell (as depicted in a famous dream sequence) to land her man. Combining elements of romcom, fairy tale and philosophy, Shaw's play still enchants and engages almost 100 years after its London premiere.

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Mark Felt Superstar  
Stage 72 Mark Felt Superstar
 
When former FBI agent Mark Felt revealed in 2005 that he was Deep Throat, he solved one of the political world's greatest mysteries. After 30 years of denials, the source who helped Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein bring down President Richard Nixon finally made his identity public, ending one of the most intriguing chapters in the history of journalism (and one of the worst in U.S. politics). Now Deep Throat has inspired a musical, Mark Felt, Superstar. Part thriller, part tragedy, part comedy, this new play at the Triad in New York will have you rethinking everything you thought you knew about Deep Throat and Watergate, all while tapping your feet to some catchy musical numbers.

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Matt and Ben  
Corner Office NYC Theater Matt and Ben
 
Before she appeared on NBC's The Office and starred in her own sitcom, Mindy Kaling co-wrote the play Matt & Ben. A parody she penned with friend Brenda Withers, Matt & Ben re-imagines the story behind Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's rise from Beantown nobodies to Hollywood golden boys thanks to Good Will Hunting. In real life, the men wrote that hit film themselves, but in this version of the story, the script drops mysteriously from the heavens and the pair comes to realize that they're actually being tested by a higher power.

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Memphis  
Mayo Performing Arts Center Memphis
 
The musical that rocked Broadway comes to the Mayo Performing Arts Center, featuring a score by Bon Jovi's David Bryan. Winner of four 2010 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Memphis tells the true-life story of a white radio DJ who falls in love with a black club singer in 1950s Tennessee, facing countless obstacles both in romance and his mission to become the first to spin music by both black and white artists on the same airwaves. The hit Broadway show was penned by Joe DiPietro, and is filled with laughter, love and irresistible songs.

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Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus  
Queensborough Performing Arts Center Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
 
Adapted from John Gray's iconic book, this one-man show version of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus builds on the success of the best-selling relationship guide. Fusing theater and stand-up comedy, actor-comedian Peter Story gives his own hilarious take on the age-old battle of the sexes, including his initial resistance to the book and how his feelings eventually changed after he met the author. Story now comes to the Queensborough Performing Arts Center to share his newfound knowledge of how men and women communicate -- or miscommunicate -- in a series of vignettes that cover everything from dating and marriage to the goings-on in the bedroom.

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The Merry Widow  
Metropolitan Opera House The Merry Widow
 
As champagne flows, can-can girls dance and composer Franz Lehár's incomparable music swirls, a suitable husband is sought for The Merry Widow, who also happens to have inherited a fortune. A former paramour seems to fit the bill, but after their bad breakup, she's not so willing to forgive. A host of complications arise, even as sparks continue to fly between the two. "The Merry Widow Waltz," "Vilja" and "Maxim's" are just a few of the score's many memorable melodies. Now you can see this enchanting operetta with an art-nouveau setting at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. Tony Award winner Susan Stroman directs and choreographs the witty show, performed entirely in English. And making the evening even merrier, your ticket includes a complimentary glass of champagne!

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Moonlight After Midnight  
Kraine Theater Moonlight After Midnight
 
It starts with two people -- a man and a woman -- in a hotel room, but as the story shifts and fractures, the dramatic possibilities multiply with thrilling speed in Moonlight After Midnight. Described as a "romantic puzzle," this engrossing two-hander has taken the Fringe scene by storm, winning "Best Original Work" at last year's Ottawa Fringe, a "Critics Choice" nod at Vancouver Fringe and a five star review from the Winnipeg Free Press. Having racked up so many Canadian plaudits, now Moonlight After Midnight is prepared to head south. Writer Martin Dockery stars with his real-life partner Vanessa Quesnelle in this performance charged with natural chemistry and incredible energy. Lose yourself in a layered and lovely work about love, loss, memory and mystery at Kraine Theater.

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My Big Gay Italian Funeral  
St. Luke's Theatre My Big Gay Italian Funeral
 
First there was the off-Broadway hit My Big Gay Italian Wedding. Now there's been a death in the family, and the Staten Island funeral home quickly fills up with zany and over-the-top family members who haven't seen each other in years. They might have come to pay their somber last respects, but the baggage they drag in with them soon upstages the deceased. The ensemble of 17 comedic actors in My Big Gay Italian Funeral will make you die laughing!

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My Big Gay Italian Wedding  
St. Luke's Theatre My Big Gay Italian Wedding
 
A hit in its previous run, My Big Gay Italian Wedding returns to St. Luke's Theatre off-Broadway. Anthony Pinnunziato wants to marry his boyfriend, Andrew Polinski, in a traditional Italian wedding. But then everyone else starts to get involved, pitching in with ideas and "help." The situation quickly spins into a hilarious fiasco as Anthony's friends and family try to have their way with the ceremony. From a saboteur ex-boyfriend to a loud, opinionated and very outspoken Italian mother, personalities, cultures and characters collide in this music- and dance-filled extravaganza that tackles the issue of gay marriage with heart and humor.

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My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy!  
Theater Three My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy!
 
The national touring production of writer Steve Solomon's My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm In Therapy! -- one of the longest running one-man shows in history -- comes to Port Jefferson's Theatre Three, starring actor-comedian Peter Fogel. Aided by Solomon's gift for unique and vivid storytelling, Fogel inhabits a myriad of astounding characters you'll recognize as those you love and tolerate from your own family. One part lasagna, one part kreplach and two parts Prozac, you don't have to be Jewish or Italian to love this show.

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Newsical The Musical  
The Kirk at Theatre Row Newsical The Musical
 
Newsical is back lampooning current events, headlines, newsmakers, celebrities and politicians of the day, including the Tea Party, immigration in Arizona, Don't Ask Don't Tell, the Crazy Jet Blue Flight Attendant, bed bugs, Lindsay Lohan, Oprah's Final Season and more!

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On The Town  
Foxwoods Theatre On The Town
 
The Bronx is up, the Battery's down, and three sailors are hoping to get just a little bit lucky on their one day of leave in the Big Apple. From the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Coney Island to Times Square and Carnegie Hall, ON THE TOWN zigzags through New York City as the sailors and the three high-spirited young women they meet chase love, dreams, and each other during an unforgettable day in the city that never sleeps.

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On The Twentieth Century  
American Airlines Theatre On The Twentieth Century
 
It's nonstop laughs aboard the Twentieth Century, a luxury coach travelling from Chicago to New York City. Luck, love and mischief collide when the bankrupt theater producer Oscar Jaffe (Gallagher) embarks on a madcap mission to cajole glamorous Hollywood starlet Lily Garland (Chenoweth) into playing the lead in his new, non-existent epic drama. But is the train ride long enough to reignite the spark between these former lovers, create a play from scratch, and find the money to get it all the way to Broadway?

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One Funny Mother: I'm Not Crazy!!  
Players Theatre One Funny Mother: I'm Not Crazy!!
 
If you've ever gone multiple days without a shower, debated with a 9-to-5er about which of you works harder, been soaked in your own child's urine or used one hand to pick your kid's nose and the other to clutch a very-necessary bottle of white wine, you'll laugh until you cry at One Funny Mother: I'm Not Crazy!! Dena Blizzard's hilarious and highly relatable look at motherhood blends stories, music and video into a show that's as entertaining as it is therapeutic. After all, nothing makes the challenge of raising a kid more tolerable than hearing tales of someone who's having an even harder time than you are. So stop hiding from your kids in the bathroom, call a babysitter and get out to Players Theatre for a night of hilarity with One Funny Mother: I'm Not Crazy!!

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The Other Mozart  
Players Theatre The Other Mozart
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wasn't the only genius in the family. His sister, Nannerl, was also a keyboard prodigy and composer, who toured Europe with her brother to equal acclaim. So why has she been forgotten? Using lines and stories pulled from the Mozart family's humorous and heartbreaking letters, Little Matchstick Factory brings Nannerl's story to the stage in a beautiful, full-sensory experience solo show. The set is made up entirely of a stunning 18-foot dress. Composers from Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival have written original music to bring Nannerl's world to life, from clavichords and music boxes to teacups and fans. Sweet perfume wafts from the stage through clouds of dusting powder for an opulent, sensual experience that transports the audience into a world of outsized beauty and delight -- but also of overwhelming restrictions and prejudice. Discover this incredible forgotten historical figure as The Other Mozart comes to New York's Players Theatre.

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Palin: The Live Musical Campaign  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre Palin: The Live Musical Campaign
 
Do you like tea? Do you like parties? Then you're going to love this Tea Party-inspired comedy-musical sensation when Palin: The Live Musical Campaign storms the stage at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City. You'll cry "you betcha!" when Sarah Palin hosts an hour-long spot on Foxx News to set the record straight and make a very important announcement regarding the 2016 presidential election. This is your chance to be part of the live studio audience when history is made, right before your eyes!

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Perfect Crime  
Snapple Theater Center Perfect Crime
 
For more than 27 years, the mystery-thriller Perfect Crime has kept audiences guessing with its comic, romance-filled take on the whodunit, making it the longest-running non-musical play in New York City history. The complex, twisty story unfolds in the secluded Connecticut mansion of Harvard-educated psychiatrist Margaret Brent, who's accused of murdering her wealthy British husband, and soon finds herself tangling with a handsome detective, who may just have fallen for her. Catherine Russell has starred as Brent, missing but a scant four performances, since the show opened in 1987, earning her a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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Pinkalicious The Musical  
Lynn Redgrave Theater Pinkalicious The Musical
 
Things go from rosy to rotten when a pink-loving girl eats one too many pink cupcakes. Elizabeth and Victoria Kann's bestselling picture book Pinkalicious comes to life in this fun musical adaptation at Culture Project's Lynn Redgrave Theater. When precocious little Pinkalicious goes overboard with her pink passion, she catches a case of "Pinkititis," turning her pink from head to toe. Now, only her little brother Peter can help her get back to normal. Kids can laugh and dance all while learning a lesson about having too much of a good thing.

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Pirate Pete's Parrot  
The Secret Theatre Pirate Pete's Parrot
 
Climb aboard, get your sea legs steady and get ready for adventure with The Secret Theatre's children's musical, Pirate Pete's Parrot. In the tradition of English pantomime shows (first produced in the 1700s and still wildly popular today), Pirate Pete's Parrot delivers music, mischief and a boatload of laughs for both children and adults. The play revolves around Pete, a lovable rogue on a mission to find his runaway parrot, Polly. He decides it can't hurt to try to find some some buried treasure as well, since he's already on a journey. He still needs to make this month's rent, after all. With Pete's endearing crew of misfits, his adventures are filled with songs, sword fights and plenty of audience interaction.

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The Pirates of Penzance  
Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Symphony Space The Pirates of Penzance
 
Multiple Oscar nominee Mike Leigh (Secrets & Lies, Vera Drake) is the man behind the English National Opera's stylishly-mounted production of The Pirates of Penzance, screening in HD at Symphony Space. Packed with Gilbert and Sullivan's witty fast-paced banter and some of the duo's most engaging tunes -- including the immortal "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General" -- this seafaring operetta revolves around a handsome young pirate's apprentice named Frederic. Expecting to be released from servitude on his 21st birthday, he meets and falls in love with the lovely young Mabel, but the poor lad soon discovers that, due to a leap-year technicality, another 60 years or so must pass before he's free.

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A Queen for a Day  
Theatre at St. Clement's A Queen for a Day
 
They brought the greatest modern mob story ever told to life on the small screen, and now three stars of HBO's landmark drama The Sopranos -- David Proval (Richie Aprile), Vincent Pastore (Big Pussy) and David Deblinger (Dr. Rene Katz) -- join forces to bring a brand-new mafia story to the Theatre at St. Clement's stage. Set in an abandoned warehouse, A Queen for a Day centers around Giovanni, a respected "made man" forced into an impossible situation. Torn between love, loyalty and survival, he's asked to give up his crime boss brother as part of a one-day immunity deal that feds call "Queen for a Day." Loyalties will be tested and families pushed to their limits in this gritty crime drama featuring an all-star cast.

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Rapunzarella White  
13th Street Repertory Company Rapunzarella White
 
If you've ever thought the stories of Rapunzel, Snow White and Cinderella have a lot of similarities, you won't be surprised to learn they've been recast as triplets in the charming musical Rapunzarella White. In this play for kids, the sisters are stolen by an angry witch and catapulted into their own fairy tales. Someday their princes will come, but those saviors might be a little more bumbling than you remember from the original stories. Who says fairy tales can't be fun? Definitely not the folks at New York's 13th Street Repertory Company.

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Re-Designing Women  
Baruch Performing Arts Center Re-Designing Women
 
Parody superstar Jamie Morris (The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode, Mommie Queerest) is at it again, bringing the ladies and gents of Sugarbaker back with a significant twist -- all of the characters in this show are played by men. Re-Designing Women finds a familiar Atlanta-based interior design firm plagued by a faltering economy. Teetering on the brink of collapse, one of the firm's sassy southern belles has a brilliant publicity idea: start a reality show. BRAVO's Andy Cohen hears the pitch, bites, and soon camera crews are following all the zany antics of these outspoken feminists and their ex-con delivery man, capturing everything from high-charged tirades to cocktail-infused tell-all testimonials. Don't miss this hilarious and completely unauthorized parody at the Baruch Performing Arts Center.

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Reefer Madness  
Corner Office NYC Theater Reefer Madness
 
"Marihuana makes fiends of boys in thirty days; hashish goads users to bloodlust," proclaimed a Hearst newspaper article in 1936, the same year the now cult-classic anti-drug propaganda film Reefer Madness was released. Though we now all know a little Mary Jane does not create fiends and induce bloodlust, the exploitation film's anti-"marihuana" message continues to entertain, this time through the AlphaNYC Theater Company's performance of this over-the-top stage adaptation of the same name. Following a group of swell kids who are lured into a world of death, destruction and -- gasp -- jazz after hitting a single joint, Reefer Madness is a tongue-in-cheek comedy that continues the movie's high jinks in an even wackier form.

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Return to Gray Gardens  
Baruch Performing Arts Center Return to Gray Gardens
 
RuPaul's Drag Race season five winner Jinkx Monsoon and San Francisco drag legend Peaches Christ star in the New York premiere of Return to Gray Gardens, a theatrical comedy that pays homage to the acclaimed documentary Grey Gardens. Set 40 years into the future, the story documents the lives of aging drag mother "Big Peachy" and her bitter drag daughter "Lil' Jinkxy" (based on Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis kin Edith and Edie Bouvier Beale). The pitiful pair continues to perform for an empty house at the now "dilapidated and run-down" Mason Hall in New York City. What will become of them? And will their famous and successful royal drag cousin step up and help out? This original stage show, written and directed by Joshua Grannell (aka, Peaches), also features John Waters muse Mink Stole in a cast of 14 fabulously over-the-top performers. Return to Gray Gardens camps it up for one night only at the Baruch Performing Arts Center.

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Rhinoceros  
The Gene Frankel Theatre Rhinoceros
 
Ionesco was the master of the Theater of the Absurd, a dramatic genre where the world is incomprehensible and anything can happen. This Onomatopoeia Theatre Company production of Rhinoceros, coming to the Gene Frankel Theatre in New York City, is set in a small village where the inhabitants are transforming, one by one, into rhinoceroses. Only Bérenger, the central character, seems immune to the metamorphosis. Written during the aftermath of World War II, the play served as a harsh criticism of the circumstances that led to widespread acceptance of fascism and Nazism. To this day, it remains a pointed critique of conformity and mass culture.

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Send In The Ha Ha's! An Evening of Laughs  
Corner Office NYC Theater Send In The Ha Ha's! An Evening of Laughs
 
In one night you can travel from the pearly gates to a bureaucratic mob office and a post-apocalyptic future at Send In The Ha Ha's! An Evening of Laughs. The AlphaNYC Theater Company is showing the works of five up-and-coming playwrights, whose hilarious short productions will keep you chuckling all evening. In A Lovely Moon, two women venture into the woods to meet an unusual -- and potentially imaginary -- friend. In Mob Office, you can get a glimpse at the paper-pushing, micro-managed world of the Mafia in the year 2045. In Holy God, Who's Next, you'll witness one of the worst customer service experiences ever when a man shows up at the pearly gates. A Box of Ashes shows a couple discovering the surprising reason a ghost is hanging out in their house. And finally you'll get a glimpse of what happens after the collapse of civilization in Generic Cream-Filled Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (And Other Indignities Brought to You By the Apocalypse).

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Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man  
777 Theatre Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man
 
Set inside a local university auditorium, where the featured event is an interactive discussion with the author of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. With the help of Stefan, a hunky stage assistant, author Dan Anderson encourages the shy and studious moderator of the event, Robyn, to follow her dreams while following his tips.

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Show Boat  
Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Symphony Space Show Boat
 
Come aboard Show Boat, one of the most beloved musicals of all time, for a sweeping journey, epic score and touching story. This screening of a grand performance from the San Francisco Opera features Tony Award winners Bill Irwin (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) and Harriet Harris (Thoroughly Modern Millie) in the American musical masterpiece. As the Cotton Blossom riverboat travels the Mississippi, a troupe of riverboat performers -- Julie, Joe, Queenie, Magnolia and Ravenal -- navigate the ups and downs of show business, love and loss in a time overshadowed by racial inequality. The 1927 musical features unforgettable songs by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II, including "Ol' Man River," "Make Believe" and "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man."

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Shut Up Sit Down and Eat  
Snapple Theater Center Shut Up Sit Down and Eat
 
A quartet of seasoned New York stand-ups star in this comedy, which finds four Italian-Americans waiting to participate in a group session with a shrink. But when it becomes obvious they've been stood up, they decide to give the therapy thing a shot on their own. Dubbed a "plomedy" for the way it mixes a traditional play with stand-up comedy, Shut Up Sit Down & Eat is deliciously relatable. Running at the Snapple Theater Center in Times Square, the show stars Tina Giorgi (Comics Unleashed), Joe Moffa, Chris Monty and Eric Tartaglione (Last Comic Standing).

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Sistas: the Musical  
St. Luke's Theatre Sistas: the Musical
 
When a trio of African-American sisters, their mom and their white sister-in-law arrive for the funeral of the family matriarch, they begin to unearth mementos that lead them to look back at their own relationships as well as the history of black women, as told through the hit songs of each era. Dorothy Marcic's musical takes you through the struggles of the '30s and the girl group sounds of the '60s, right up to the power decade of the '90s with songs ranging from Billie Holiday to Beyonce, including ""Oh, Happy Day," "Mama Said," "I Will Survive" and "A Woman's Worth."

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Speakeasy Dollhouse: Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic  
Liberty Theater Speakeasy Dollhouse: Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic
 
Whirl back in time with Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic, the latest installation of performance artist Cynthia von Buhler's immersive Speakeasy Dollhouse experience. When you step inside Manhattan's Liberty Theater, you'll discover that a hidden theater lies within the heart of Times Square. There, the embodiment of Broadway impresario Florenz Ziegfeld invites you to join his famous Follies for a debauched evening of music, magic, mystery and mayhem. Midnight Frolic re-imagines Ziegfeld's 1920's extravaganza with lavish showgirls, risqué burlesque, thrilling aerialists and more. You'll be free to roam the room filled with performers recreating the wonders and dangers of the Golden Age of Broadway.

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Stomp  
Orpheum Theatre Stomp
 
The Orpheum Theatre hosts the international smash hit STOMP. This famed high-energy show features a cast of eight performers, creating a wildly rhythmic noise with unconventional instruments -- everything from brooms and garbage cans to matchboxes and hubcaps and more -- and also features plenty of unexpected comedy and audience interaction. A true worldwide phenomenon, STOMP has been running continuously at the Orpheum since 1994 and is the winner of both Obie and Drama Desk Awards. Since the first performance in 1991, this thrilling production has toured to more than 350 cities and earned praise as one of this generation's most mesmerizing theatrical events.

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There's Always Time for a Cocktail!  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre There's Always Time for a Cocktail!
 
Be there when current RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Mrs. Kasha Davis makes her New York City debut with the premiere of an autobiographical show about finding your own path. There's Always Time for a Cocktail! tells the true-life story of little Eddie Popil's transformation from a young boy in Scranton, Penn. to "International Celebrity Housewife, Mrs. Kasha Davis," a Season 7 contender on RuPaul's Drag Race. Join the ultimate hostess herself for an evening of music, stories and party games with a heartfelt story of love and acceptance peppered in. The show is directed by Ralph Meranto of JCC CenterStage in Rochester, N.Y. with musical direction by Josh D. Smith, the 2013 Central New York Musical Director of the Year.

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Unmentionables  
Shetler Studios Theatre 54 Unmentionables
 
Today, it's no surprise that the Hollywood machine is one that has long run on secrets and lies -- but in 1937, the dirt, flesh and blood from which silver screen stars are made was hidden far below the surface. Unmentionables centers its unflinching spotlight on James Johnson, a top talent agent and lawyer who passionately protects the secrets of his clients. And right now, James is on the brink of his biggest deal yet: signing glitzy film star Joan Madison to an exclusive contract and making himself the mogul he's always aimed to be. But Joan harbors a secret -- her last chance at motherhood -- and she's not giving it up without a fight. This intriguing production from Nylon Fusion Theatre Company finds James weighing Joan's secret against his own ambitions ... sacrificing anything (and anyone) he must when his own secrets find their way to the gossip pages.

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The Vaudevillians: Bringing Up Baby  
The Laurie Beechman Theatre The Vaudevillians: Bringing Up Baby
 
After an international tour of their acclaimed off-Broadway hit musical comedy The Vaudevillians, Jerick Hoffer (RuPaul's Drag Race favorite Jinkx Monsoon) and Richard Andriessen (known here as Major Scales) bring the world premiere of the funny follow-up, The Vaudevillians: Bringing Up Baby, to The Laurie Beechman Theatre. Caught in an avalanche while touring Antarctica in the '20s, The Vaudevillians were lucky to be frozen alive -- and thanks to today's warmer temperatures, they've now thawed out. But they're a bit shocked to discover that many of music's modern stars have stolen their songs and drastically altered their original meanings. As an added surprise, in this all-new show, Kitty finds herself pregnant ... and no one's quite sure where exactly the baby came from. Now, wigs will fly as the two triumphantly take the stage to reclaim and perform their "original" music in The Vaudevillians: Bringing Up Baby.

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A View From the Bridge  
Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Symphony Space A View From the Bridge
 
Mark Strong (The Imitation Game, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) heads up the National Theatre of London's production of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge, screened live from Britain at New York's Symphony Space. Miller's drama of obsessive love centers on a Brooklyn longshoreman who's infatuated with the orphaned niece he and his wife have been raising as a daughter. But their lives take a tragic turn when the girl falls for one of the family's recently immigrated Italian cousins. Helmed by Obie Award-winning Belgian director Ivo van Hove, this revival of 1955's A View From the Bridge has been hailed as both "visceral and vital" by The Guardian.

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The Visit  
Lyceum Theatre The Visit
 
Based on the satirical play by Friedrich Durrenmatt as adapted by Maurice Valency, The Visit is about greed, love, and one woman's carefully plotted revenge. The oft-widowed Claire Zachanassian (Rivera), richest woman in the world, returns to the hardship-stricken town of her birth. The locals pray that her wealth will bring them a new lease on life, but her arrival carries a dreadful price. Sardonic and morally complex, The Visit asks 'What can your heart afford?'

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Wayra: Fuerza Bruta  
Daryl Roth Theatre Wayra: Fuerza Bruta
 
'An all-standing rave of a show. There's nudity (moderate), water (lots), and scenes of a poetic, violent and beautiful nature, all set to a thumping soundtrack. You may get wet, you may get dirty - bring friends and dancing shoes and prepare for visual and sensory overload.'

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Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A**holes  
Cherry Lane Theatre Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A**holes
 
Following four years of shows in Los Angeles and Chicago, the hit comedy Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A**holes comes to New York to shine its harsh and hilarious spotlight on relationships in the modern world. The play, from writer-director Brad Gottfred, centers around Nicole, a single woman who's finally meeting her new crush, Dylan, after a two-month internet courtship. The two get together along with several other couples at a celebratory brunch that quickly devolves into a series of sexual misadventures among all parties involved. Don't miss this celebrated comedy when it storms the Cherry Lane Theatre with its decidedly adult-oriented hilarity.

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