Celebrating the holiday season in all of its dysfunction, Taylor Mac is joined by longtime collaborators designer Machine Dazzle, music director Matt Ray, a spectacular band and surprise special guests to reframe the songs you love and the holidays you hate.
Sweet madre hey-sus, I love me some Zach Condon. Beirut’s music merges a variety of genres with a Balkan beat underlining. Their energetic performances have got everybody talking all across the globe, most noticeably from their appearance on the BBC program, later with Jools Holland in 2010. Beirut like to
CONFESS is a story telling event that features highly entertaining performances while providing a sacred space to celebrate the greater sense of connection and vulnerability available to us all. The highlight of each CONFESS show is the participation of audience members, who have a chance to share their own secrets,
Ten homeschooled teens take an exploratory deep dive into the realm of The Little Mermaid, abandoning Disney’s happy ending for the explicit traumas of Hans Christian Andersen’s original. Not that there’s any correspondence between the pain of becoming an adult and the pain of having your tongue cut out
For four nights only this Halloween, experience Un-Scripted Theater Company’s “A Murder Most Un-Scripted”. Set in Agatha Christie’s world, the who, what, and where (and the murderer!), change nightly in this 2-hour fully-improvised murder mystery. Everyone has something to hide…especially the killer. Will you determine “whodunit” before our sleuth does? Un-Scripted Theater Company brings their
The first time I saw the movie Shrek was in London during the summer of 2001. Just after leaving the theater my buddy Nick and I were walking back to our hostel in a nearby park and happened upon a seven person, all male, gang bang. Yes, really. I won’t
As the London riots showed this summer, people can get pretty sick of being broke in one of the world’s most expensive cities (London’s 18th on the global list and more costly than anywhere in the US).
Before there were babies named Facebook, civilian revolutions popped up all over the Middle East, demanding basic freedoms, democracy and human rights. Their protests brought down long-running oppressive regimes, and their voices were heard all over the globe. Here in New York, Hybrid Theatre Works called on artists to react