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From the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, the new musical, Anastasia, is the romantic, adventure-filled story of a brave young woman attempting to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing con man and a lovable ex-aristocrat. Together, they embark on an epic adventure to help her find home, love and family. The new musical is inspired by the Twentieth Century Fox animated classic.
The musical exploration of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery -- all those things that we hold dear to our hearts. Chicago follows not your usual housewife, Roxie Hart, who gains dubious notoriety when she kills her boyfriend, invents her defense and manipulates everyone from her trustworthy husband to the fickle media and the unsuspecting public. Featuring well known songs, 'All That Jazz,' 'Razzle Dazzle' and 'Mr. Cellophane'.
With a chair, table, and bar of lights, visionary theatre maker and NYTW usual suspect Thaddeus Phillips (Red-Eye to Havre de Grace) magically conjures barricaded Venezuelan bridges, a rusty Croatian ferry, perilous international flights, obscure Amazonian ports, the twin cities of El Paso and Juarez, deportations, strip searches, illegal crossings, arbitrary passports and curious customs. Based on Phillips' actual adventures, 17 Border Crossings is a harrowing, comical, visually surreal and engrossing look at the imaginary lines that divide up the world and the very real barriers they create. 17 Border Crossings makes its Off-Broadway premiere after sold-out runs on four continents. Tatiana Mallarino (¡El Conquistador!) directs.
From the producers of 420: The Musical comes a new adventure in the Land of 420. Sit back and toke, ahem, take a trip "Oz" style into a fantastical realm where laughs are plentiful and munchies are free (no, really, complimentary snacks are provided).
Broadway's David Engel joins the cast of Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None at The Secret Theatre! Before Clue, before Murder, She Wrote, one writer penned the mother of all murder mystery whodunits, with an ending that still shocks readers today! Watch this stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None unravel on the stage of The Secret Theatre in Long Island City. David Engel (original cast of Forever Plaid, La Cage Aux Folles, Seussical) plays Dr. Armstrong and joins a delicious mix of characters.
Long before she was Carole King: chart-topping music artist, she was Carol Klein: a girl from Brooklyn. She fought her way into the record business as a teenager and, by the time she reached her twenties, had the husband of her dreams and a career writing hits for the biggest acts in rock 'n' roll.
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.
With costumes and sets sumptuously designed by Christopher Oram, drawing inspiration from its source material as well as Norwegian folklore, the fictional kingdom of Arendelle is brought to stunning, three-dimensional life on stage. In addition, the movie's screenwriter Jennifer Lee has fleshed out the book for the Broadway musical to delve deeper into the torn relationships by the two lead protagonists, sisters Elsa and Anna, whilst the Oscar-winning, husband-and-wife songwriting duo of Robert Lopez and Kristin Anderson-Lopez offer up more than double the amount of songs as those cherished from the animated classic. New additions such as Elsa's anthemic numbers "Dangerous to Dream" and "Monster," as well as Anna's emotionally stirring climax in "True Love," are moving, theatrical alternatives to the infectiously upbeat familiarity of "Love is an Open Door" and "Fixer Upper". And "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" seems to take on a new level of poignancy on stage. Of course, the show-stealing transformation sequence during Elsa's "Let It Go" number at the end of Act I promises the Disney magic Broadway audiences have grown accustomed to over the years and now demand. Kudos to Finn Ross' video design and Jeremy Chernick's special effects, who spectacularly aid the birth of the Snow Queen and her ice palace under the gaze of the mesmerizing aurora borealis.
Toiling late into the fog-shrouded night, the brilliant Dr. Jekyll works obsessively to isolate - and eventually cure - humanity's "basest instincts." Instead, his experimentation releases a dark, savage version of himself: Edward Hyde, a villainous hedonist free to commit the sins Jekyll is too civilized to comprehend. As Hyde's increasingly evil behavior threatens to expose him, Jekyll struggles to suppress his alter ego. But when a woman catches Hyde's rapacious eye, the stage for a showdown is set ... and the line between good and evil blurs. This SoHo Playhouse production of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is bare-bones, but fully engaging. The sets are made entirely of black, stackable stairs with hidden compartments that open for embellishments. The costumes are also all black, with minimal accessories helping to highlight character changes. Don't miss this horror and humor-filled edge-of-your-seat production.
Based on the 1932 novel, the stage production of King Kong is a contemporary take on the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast. The story follows a young actress and a maverick filmmaker as they voyage from the bustling streets of 1930s New York to an uncharted island to capture the greatest wonder the world has ever seen. King Kong is a larger-than-life encounter with a legend that's always been too big to contain.
Arden's production in the round is staged on a sandy beach, following the aftermath of a natural disaster. The island natives recount the folktale of Ti Moune, a peasant orphan girl who rescues the life of - and falls in love with - a light-skinned boy named Daniel from the richer class. To her adoptive parents' dismay, she sets out on a journey to re-unite herself with Daniel, guided by a quartet of mercurial gods - Erzulie (Goddess of Love), Agwe (God of Water), Papa Ge (Demon of Death), and Asaka (Mother of the Earth). Their would-be union defies the strict rulings on class and color on the isle, but can love ultimately conquer all?
We've got trouble, folks, right here in Indiana and when Broadway's brassiest hear a student is unceremoniously sidelined from a small-town Indiana prom - and the press is involved - they are ready to kick-ball-change the world. A new musical comedy about the power of love (and a good 11 o'clock number), The Prom is about so much more than just a dance.
Neil Simon's Broadway classic Sweet Charity comes to vibrant life in an immersive new production from Harlem Repertory Theatre. Befitting creator Bob Fosse's bold vision, HRT's production transforms the Black Box Theatre into a strip club called The Fandango Ballroom. Grab a table and order a drink while this Tony-winning classic transports you with the romantic misadventures of dancer-for-hire Charity Hope Valentine - a girl who wants to find love so much that she loses sight of who she is. Experience show-stopping song-and-dance numbers such as "Big Spender," "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now" like never before.
Borislaw Bilash may be a mad scientist, but you and your family will be plenty happy when he takes you on this zany tour through the world of science. Over the course of this 75-minute show at The Playroom Theater in Manhattan, you'll see a candle that moves water, a fire-less firefly and weaponized sugar, just to name a few of his unbelievable stunts. But these spectacular feats aren't magic tricks - they're just science in all its glory. After this mad scientist is done with you, you'll never look at the natural world the same way again!
In this semi-autobiographical drama by Anthony J. Piccione, Alex Grayson - a young college student and aspiring writer with social anxiety, depression, and Asperger's syndrome - receives a mysterious visit from "himself," a human incarnation of his inner consciousness. As they interact, Alex is forced to reflect on his own flaws and personality quirks, as well as some of the darkest and most painful memories of his adolescence, while also pondering the question of whether or not he can overcome his inner demons, and ultimately build a brighter future for himself. See A Therapy Session with Myself at Kraine Theater in New York.
Meet Sally Apthorp-Belvedere. In the cutthroat world of NYC wheeling and dealing, Sally puts the "real" in real estate. When we meet her, Sally's in the home stretch of a very big deal. But the obstacles she encounters gives her pause. Is she making deals to live, or living to make deals? Funny, irreverent and totally fierce, 2B holds up a mirror to the city and makes us reflect on the meaning of home in this town. Written and performed by Sarah Fearon, this self-described bottomless cup of real estate crazy" is directed by Lizzie Donahue at Players Theatre in (where else?) New York.