Daily Archives: May 22, 2013

  • 3rd Annual New York City edition of 1VOICE! 1PLAY! 1DAY! – An International Theatrical Event

    This year from Los Angeles to New York to South Africa, over 30 theaters of the African Diaspora will come together in 1VOICE to celebrate African-American theater by producing simultaneous benefit staged readings of the 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, “A Soldier’s Play” by Charles Fuller.

  • Performance Space 122’s Spring Gala

    Honoring three trailblazing women, Gabrielle Hamilton (owner/chef at Prune), councilwoman Rosie Mendez (East Village councilwoman) and Amanda Palmer (musician/The Dresden Dolls), with Shining Star Award presented to Kickstarter and its founders Charles Adler, Perry Chen and Yancey Strickler.

  • Dancewave: Spring Celebration

    This annual event features performances by pre-professional companies Dancewave Company I, II, III, and Young Movers Ensemble. The show will feature works by LeeSaar The Company, Kyle Abraham, Andrea Miller, Camille A. Brown, Matthew Westerby and Nikki Penfold.

  • Ping Chong + Company: Brooklyn ‘63

    Re-live the stories of Brooklyn in 1963 through a theatrical performance by selected community members.

  • Brooklyn Jewish Dance Institute: Shivisi Hashem

    The Brooklyn Jewish Dance Institute presents an evening of inspirational and uplifting dance with special guests the Mazel Toes Tap Company and the Brava Ladies Choral Ensemble.

  • Summer Garden Concert: Wind Trio

    Listen to live music in the garden, featuring the Wind Trio from LaGuardia Arts, the “Fame” School. Students from this internationally recognized school of performing arts will play classical and contemporary selections. Complimentary beverages and museum tour included.

  • Monstah Black: Artist in Residence Showing

    Join us for an exclusive peak at Artist-In-Residence Monstah Black’s newest project, “Submerged in Blue zero-one-3.”

  • Summer Garden Concert: STOUT

    Listen to live music while relaxing in the garden. STOUT, combining hearty vocal harmonies and acoustic instruments, will perform traditional American music, including popular songs of the 19th century, drinking tunes, war tributes, and sea chanteys. Complimentary beverages and museum tour included.