Off Broadway Theater is more affordable — again! In September, the 20at20 promotion is your second chance in 2013 to see the best of Off Broadway for only $20.
From Tuesday, September 3 through Sunday, September 22, $20 tickets are available starting 20 minutes prior to show time. Ticket buyers must mention “20at20” at the box office in order to get the discount, which is subject to availability, and is for one ticket per person.
See seven shows during the promotion and receive a voucher or a free dinner for two at an area restaurant. See www.20at20.com for details.
To win a bet, Phileas Fogg and his acrobatic sidekick Passepartout must circle the globe and return to London inside of 80 days. Unknowingly pursued by a tireless detective convinced Fogg is a robber on the run, the fast-minded, fleet-footed pair traverse four continents and three oceans in a white-knuckled sprint.
You don't need to see the film 'Red Tails' by George Lucas to get the Tuskegee Airmen story. This play follows six of the airmen as they become pilots in the United States Army Air Force in World War II. The play explores the men's collective struggle with Jim Crow and their intelligence, patriotism, dreams of an inclusive society.
You loved them as a kid, through all their fun, foibles and life lessons learned in their great, big tree house in Bear Country. Now it's time to bring the magic of the Berenstain Bears to your own children through the Off Broadway staging.
Set in 1929, Bill W. and Dr. Bob tells the story of William Wilson, a New York stockbroker who crashes with the stock market and becomes a hopeless drunk. Robert Smith, a surgeon from Ohio, has been an alcoholic for 30 years, often going to the operating room with a hangover. Through an astonishing series of events, Bill W. and Dr. Bob meet and form a relationship, each helping to keep the other sober.
Inspired by accounts that Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe sought psychiatric treatment from a white doctor, the suspenseful, suddenly violent play highlights the tension between modern ideas and ancient beliefs, the question of whether those who were colonized can live with their former subjugators, and how a man who was oppressed becomes an oppressor.
Cougar The Musical, by Donna Moore, unleashes three divine but disillusioned women who develop a taste for hot, young men. They let their inner cougar roar and purr, finding self-love and empowerment in the process.
You've seen them in Vegas at the famous "New York, New York" or throughout the country while on vacation. The craze has finally returned to the Big Apple, once again making NYC Dueling Pianos New York City's most talked about party spot. Our A-List Talent will have you dancing, laughing, and singing along to your favorite hits of all time. You control the show! Every night is unique as guests request their favorite songs like ...
Based on the children’s book series by Jane O’Connor, this new musical tells the story of Nancy, who loves all things posh and glamorous. When her dreams of winning the lead in the school play don’t exactly work out as planned, she has to find a way to accept her very unfancy role.
"Final Analysis" is set in turn-of-the-century Vienna -- the crossroads of civilization -- a major confluence of art, music, science and politics. But, festering beneath the façade of frivolity and joy, the city is rotting at its core, sickened by moral corruption, obsessed with death, and ravaged by a growing hatred of the Jews.
This wordless dance-theater spectacle is a rush of adrenaline and poignancy. Performers run and tumble on a raised conveyer belt, a man crashes headlong through a wall, two people try desperately to connect on a spinning sail and performers slip and slide in watery world just above the audience's heads.
In Lauren Yee's whimsical and poignant new play The Hatmaker's Wife, a young woman moves in with her boyfriend expecting domestic bliss, but instead has trouble getting comfortable. Her strange new home seems determined to help out - and soon the walls are talking. They reveal the magical tale of an old hat-maker and his long-suffering wife, who runs away with his favorite hat. This sweet and surreal story bends time and space to redefine ...
When fifteen-year-old Lottie and her ne'er-do-well mother Donna drop in unannounced on the beautiful Sag Harbor home of Donna's brother and his new husband, all hell breaks loose. The bonds between kith and kin are tested in this alternately biting and touching comedy about the constantly shifting nature of the meaning of family.
Music, art, and the magical light suits of iLuminate bring you a story of adventure and romance told through dance styles from hip-hop, breaking land locking to contemporary jazz using the power of light. "Artist of Light" follows Jacob, a talented but insecure young artist, and his magical paintbrush. When a jealous bully steals the paintbrush and uses it for evil, Jacob must fight to save his town and friends.
The White Witch has trapped Narnia in a perpetual state of winter with no hope of Christmas. But all that changes when four siblings venture through an old wardrobe and enter this land of talking animals, charming fauns, giants and dwarves.
On May 28, 1985, star-struck Elizabeth Fuller’s dream came true when the legendary Bette Davis came to dinner at her dilapidated New England cottage. Four weeks later, as the hotel strike in New York raged on, she was still there. In one short month she conquered suburbia, took over the Fullers’ home and changed their lives forever.
After Anthony's father passes away, old family members are reunited after not being on the best of terms for over a decade. A hilarious take on all of the fun characters that show up at a funeral home, most of whom are taken straight from the wedding.
The Drama Desk-nominated musical revue is back lampooning current events, newsmakers, celebrities and politicians. With songs and material updated on a regular basis, composer-lyricist Rick Crom's topical musical comedy is an ever-evolving mockery of all the news that is fit to spoof.
The Quantum Eye is Sam Eaton's entertaining and fascinating exploration of mentalism, magic, perception and deception—where extraordinary ability and gentle humor blend with the audience to make for a different performance every time.
After a matriarch's death, the women in the family clean Grandma's attic and find love and old memories packed away. In the process, they sing hit tunes that trace the history of black women from the trials of the 1930s through the girl groups of the 60s to the empowerment of the 90s and beyond.
Reality and fantasy are interwoven with terrifying power as two actors on tour—brother and sister—find themselves deserted by their troupe. Faced by an audience expecting a performance, they enact "The Two-Character Play." As they dip in and out of performance they find it difficult to differentiate themselves from their roles and reality from illusion.
Five women, all South African and African American with an average age of 62 and a total of over 130 years of singing experience among them, will sing acapella, the music they love most and has made them feel most free. This is a concert experience combined with stories of their life experiences.
Set in 1970 Galveston, Texas, a family is brought together for the first time in years on the day of its patriarch's funeral. As the day turns into night, the man's impact on his family unfolds in unexpected and surprising ways. "Unbroken Circle" is at turns hilarious and disturbing and explores how abuse and family secrets affect every person in each generation differently.
The Wonderful Wizard of Song moves from The Cotton Club, through Harold Arlen’s Hollywood Years to Broadway, sharing inside stories of how some of the world’s most beloved songs were created as well as sharing rare behind the scenes footage from The Wizard of Oz taken by Harold Arlen himself.