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One-Night-Only Event, Monday, April 13 at 7pm, directed by Cosmin Chivu, The Temple Emanu-El Skirball Center and the Polish Cultural Institute New York present a New York debut staged reading of Our Class, Tadeusz Słobodzianek’s critically-acclaimed play. The star-studded cast includes  Emmy, Oscar and Tony-winner Ellen Burstyn; Obie winner Alvin Epstein; Tony-nominee Boyd Gaines; Mamie Gummer (The Good Wife, Emily Owens, M.D.); Randy Harrison (Queer as Folk); Grant Kretchik; Obie winner Brian Murray; John Pankow (Episodes, Mad About You); Obie winner Austin Pendleton. For tickets and information, visit emanuelskirballnyc.org.

Going old school is not for these guys: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 / 8 pm Eastern/ 7 pm Central/ 4 pm Alaska/ 2 pm Hawaii Length: 90 minutes, four art groups, miles apart, at four different venues in Alaska, Hawaii, the Bronx and Manhattan will present a dynamic art project, live and in real time. United via video conferencing technology and despite their geographic separation, the artists will showcase their original collaboration that explores the intersection between traditional culture and contemporary artistic expressions.
Manhattan’s new technology center, CultureHub will livestream a performance of four art groups at four different venues in Alaska, Hawaii, the Bronx and Manhattan, united via video conferencing technology. This ambitious exchange will be presented at CultureHub located at
47 Great Jones Street, New York, NY, and online via howlround.com.

Bob Ader, "50 + Years In The Business"
Bob Ader, “50 + Years In The Business”

Bob Ader has been acting since he was a kid, hence the title of his one-man show, 50 + Years In The Business, on either April 19th at 3pm or April 20th at 7:30pm at PS87 Theatre, 160 West 78th St., NYC.

Join Bob in celebrating his 50 + Years In The Business.  Go online to ProjectRushmoreNYC.org for reservations

 

In honor of what would have been Piaf’s 100th birthday, RIOULT Dance NY presents a world premiere of STREET SINGER – Celebrating the Life of Edith Piaf.

Photo by Erin Baiano
Photo by Erin Baiano

Christine Andreas stars as the iconic French chanteuse, under Musical Director Don Rebic, Projection Designer Brian Beasley, Costume Designer Pilar Limosner, and Lighting Designer Jim French. Pascal Rioult directs his company in a nightclub setting at 42West in The OUT NYC hotel. Performances run from May 13-16th. Tickets at www.ticketcentral.com

 

 

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