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New York City's finest improvisers join forces with the city's finest poets in a unique format: part comedy, part poetry, part theater, part UNPREDICTABILITY. It all begins with an exquisite corpse (aka poem) written collaboratively by the audience. After that the improvisers delve in, building a world around the themes and imagery of the poem, populating it with a cast of characters who are funny, tragic, and in between. Fueling the proceedings is the work of published poets, national slam champions, and up-and-comers from around the world. (Among the cast are performers and poets featured on This American Life, the Onion, and Chicago's Second City.) The whole shebang ends with the performance of a poem inspired by the show and written on the spot.
Following the success of the first two editions of AdA: Author directing Author, which resulted from a collaboration between the American and Italian writers-and-directors Neil LaBute and Marco Calvani and culminated in the presentation of international premieres of four plays performed in three different languages, the Spanish writer and director Marta Buchaca joins AdA for the third edition of the project. This edition revolves around one theme: power. Each playwright has written a one-act play that one of the other writers directs. These three U.S. premieres are performed together in a single show.
Amateur Night at the Apollo is live entertainment with a history. This weekly talent competition began in 1934 and within months became a leading showcase for emerging performers. Among its early winners was a 15-year-old Ella Fitzgerald. Since then the series has launched the careers of James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, and Lauryn Hill.
Today Amateur Night attracts performers and audiences from around the world. Audience members, known for their toughness and expectation that contestants "be good or be gone," gleefully choose the winners.
BAMcafé Live is a free weekly performance series, featuring a mix of live music in a bar and lounge space. Performances span jazz, R&B, Afro-pop, Latin, rock, experimental music, and spoken-word poetry. Duncan Sheik, Billy Martin, Survival Soundz, Tracie Morris, and Carl Hancock Rux are among the series' alums.
Beautiful Monster is a new play depicting the final hours of the life of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein. On the eve of her expected death, Mary, gripped by madness, is visited by the dead: her husband and Romantic poet Percy Shelley, their shared lover Lord Byron, and literary rival John William Polidori, author of the first known vampire fiction — fiction begun, along with Frankenstein, on that now famous night of ghost stories on the banks of Lake Geneva. As the clock ticks toward Mary's death, she recalls in a series of hallucinations her heart-wrenching confrontations with Percy's formidable mother and the tender friendship of her loving stepsister. She's even confronted by the monster she created.
Note: This show includes nudity and sexual content.
The poets Chris Antzoulis, Joanna C. Valente, and Julia Gari Weiss get together for an evening of observational poetry inspired by contemporary events and exploring human interactions. No subject will go unacknowledged with these three nonconformists who write about topics from relationships to abortion to pop culture – but in a non-pretentious way. If you've always wanted to understand poetry and could never get into it, then this is the show for you. If you know poetry profoundly and are well versed in Whitman, then you should come too, and also bring a friend. See ya there!
The Breeze in May is a psychological drama that follows the deterioration of an artists mind, seen through memories, music and motifs. Step into the mind of Brett Austin as he tries to discover the meaning of his own fate while examining the beauty of life's subtleties.
Fifteen-year-old Kevin was sent to Camp Smile Power, an anger management camp, on a plea bargain with the Brooklyn Justice system. His crime? Throwing a rock at Donald Trump's head. Camp founder and recently appointed Secretary of Teen Anger Management, Joanne (a broom puppet), hosts this event for campers to share what they've learned about managing their anger. Will Kevin make it through his presentation without cracking? Will you? Come find out!
The legendary musical Hair celebrates its 50th anniversary and its East Village roots in this one-time-only event. With music by Galt MacDermot and book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni, this "American tribal rock musical" (Hair's subtitle) helped define its generation and the 1960s antiwar movement. Hair's 50th Anniversary is presented as part of La MaMa's Coffeehouse Chronicles series, which explores the history and development of off-off-Broadway. La MaMa's attachment to Hair — and vice versa — dates back to the 1960s, when leading La MaMa director and innovator Tom O'Horgan was welcomed onto the musical's team during its developmental phase.
Highlights of Hair's 50th Anniversary celebration will include the following:
- Live performances by members of the original 1967 and 1968 casts, as well as by members of the 2009 Broadway revival. Among the songs to be performed are "Aquarius" and "Let the Sun Shine In."
- The playing of the first demo recording of Hair's title song, in which Rado and Ragni sing while MacDermot accompanies them on piano. This recording has never before been heard publicly.
- Creators Rado and MacDermot in attendance! They will be on hand to share their personal stories with the audience.
- Photographs by Dagmar Krajnc, who took rarely seen pictures during the early years of Hair. Also on view will be photos from the Hair private collection, provided by producer Michael Butler.
There's nothing like standup comedy in person — the spontaneity of a comedian in front of a live audience is something special. See for yourself at Comic Strip Live, which offers some of the best standup in New York City. Performers hail from Saturday Night Live, Comedy Central, Conan, and the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Audiences can enjoy food, mixed drinks, and specialty brews as they laugh the night away.
Paralyzed by the fear of getting old, Paul is a legendary, lonely, alcoholic painter engaging in reckless behavior as his younger actor-turned-agent, David, struggles to return Paul to his former glory. These soulmates face their demons together, creating a strong and volatile bond leading each to perform desperate acts of love.
In a Brooklyn park Kris and Danny meet for their children's first play date. While commiserating, a precarious emotional relationship forms between them, but when one of their children is inexplicably injured, the sequential fall-out incites their spouses, Donna and Veronica, along a self-destructive path in search of the superfluous truth. DANNYKRISDONNAVERONICA is an offbeat meditation on the confounding business of contemporary parenthood.
David's Friend is a fast-paced, multimedia show. It celebrates friendship, fun, freaks, fag hags, youthful passion, changing times, aging, emotions, memories, music, and Manhattan. David's Friend is a coming-of-age story, a love story, a loss story, and a New York story, a story we all know and experience in some way and, as David would say, "a story that just gets better with the telling."
This musical journey takes audiences back in time — specifically, to when "soul" emerged as a style of music. Berry Gordy's Motown label and his studio band the Funk Brothers helped popularize soul music, as did Stax Records' Booker T. & the MG's. Before long, James Brown became the "Godfather of Soul" and Aretha Franklin its queen.
Now vocalists Prentiss McNeil (of the Drifters) and Bruce Wayne (of the Midnight Movers, Wilson Pickett's backing band) lead this classic soul revue. Their energy is unmatched; their showmanship, breathtaking. A Decade of Soul is a passion-driven tribute; the passion may even drive audience members out of their seats and onto their feet.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a new play adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Debra Lee Failla directs this version of the classic tale of depravity, lust, love, and horror. Hatcher's reimagining of Stevenson's 19th-century novella offers a haunting examination of the duality of man, challenging our notions of good and evil. This production features original music.
"There is no exquisite beauty… without some strangeness in the proportion."
The exquisite, strange beauty Clara Coquette celebrates her birthday and the birthday of one of America's greatest writers, Edgar Allan Poe. Born in Boston on January 19th, Poe's short, dark life, strife with depression, poverty, and alcoholism, provided an influence for his ominous stories and poetry. Clara Coquette brings Poe's works of mystery and macabre to life with tributes to the literary classics of "The Raven", "The Masque of the Red Death", "The Tell-Tale Heart", and many more tales.
Fiction, nonfiction, poetry & performance texts by the most adventurous, cross-genre established & emerging writers. Curated by Tom Cole and Christen Clifford.
A Duke freshman is nationally shamed for her unlikely student loan replacement: pornography. Exposed is the story of a girl who skyrockets to internet stardom and public ridicule after she boldly redefines what it means to "come of age." But are the consequences worth it?
Fast Forward provides opportunities for choreographers working in all dance forms to workshop 25 – 35 min pieces on a shared bill curated around a theme.
Join Hostess Miss Astrid and a bevy of burlesque beauties for the 7th Annual Filthy Gorgeous Burlesque Valentines Spectacular!
Obnoxious strangers, overbearing bosses, and unrequited high school crushes are about to get a piece of your mind. The Friday Night Sh*w invites audience members to anonymously write down their repressed rants, cursing-outs, and sultry confessions. Improv performers then use that writing to fuel a fast-paced brawl of hilarity. The cast includes a fistful of New York City's best improvisers with credits on 30 Rock, Comedy Central, MTV, Chicago's Second City, the Onion, and NPR — and at least one Primetime Emmy Award loser.
Fringe of Humanity is set in the bowels of a lawless third world country. There a motley crew of filmmakers — including a director recovering from heroin addiction, a PTSD-addled cinematographer, and a washed-up movie star — gather to put the finishing touches on a script scheduled to start principal photography. Plans quickly spin out of control as personalities clash and conflicts erupt. When the violence of the city outside invades the filmmakers' hotel suite, everyone's humanity comes into question.
Obie Award winner Paul Calderon wrote, directed, and stars in this world-premiere production. David Zayas (Showtime's Dexter) costars.
From Cold Lake is a serialized monthly radio play set in the fictional town of Cold Lake, Minnesota.
Take a left at the Texaco on County Road 8, keep right when you pass the barn with the funny roof, and once you start to feel kinda lost, that's how you know you're almost there. And it just so happens that the time has come to celebrate Cold Lake's bicentennial. From the ice fishing fleets to local artist Linda Klaver's open mic night at Debbie's Bar/Bait Shop, this is the townspeople's year, and gosh darn if they're not gonna shine.
From Cold Lake is written and directed by Colin Waitt, with an original score by Drama Desk nominee Thomas Crawford (SeaWife).
An investigation of the threads of neuroscience that catch on in popular culture, and have focused on conversations about the myth (and the cult) of genius; attitudes towards different types of intelligence; legacy; and the chemical processes in the amygdala and hippocampus that relate to personal struggles with fear, repression, and memories of trauma.
Albert Salvado, a Holocaust survivor, relives the atrocities of the concentration camps as he prepares for his long-awaited dream to come true: the honor of lighting the torch at the annual Holocaust commemoration ceremony at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. However, Albert's honor is compounded by the intense guilt and pain surrounding his being chosen as the torchbearer, which makes Albert question not only his right to the honor of lighting the torch but also his identity as a Sephardic Jew.
Golgotha is a one-man show, directed by Geula Jeffet-Attar, written by Shmuel Rafael, adapted by Haim Idissis, translated by Howard Rypp, and performed in English by Victor Attar.
Harmony examines the reality of Internet surveillance and the government's control on media in China, in an attempt to serve as a warning in the society we live in. Building a harmonious society comes with a cost, and the idea of "Harmony" is an illusion which involves oppression and a loss of freedom. We have recorded voices from people of various background, in order to exhibit a community that thrives on disharmony.
Harmony is an audio documentary and sound sculpture enhanced with visual/movement elements, featuring the collective consciousness of voices around the globe. It was first conceived as a response to China's extreme enforcement of Internet surveillance and people's silent protest using puns and metaphors. Over the past year we've collected 46 individuals' responses on a set of questions, who shared their takes on the world's current state, their interpretations on some of the most universal yet polarizing concepts, as well as the vulnerabilities we share as a race. Harmony is set to be a living, growing, and evolving organ that would pick up whatever's happening in the moment. In this instalment, our presentation will feature live responses in DC at the women's march and the aftermath of the 2017 inauguration.
Hi-Fi | Wi-Fi | Sci-Fi: Predictions Past Present and Future is a one-of-a-kind production composed of a series of short plays by Robert Patrick. It includes the dramas Camera Obscura and All in the Mind — minimalist works from the 1960s and '70s that questioned the future and presciently foreshadowed the cyber web we live in today. Completing the series is a new play, Anything Is Plausible, which immerses the viewer in technologies that were science fiction when the other two plays were written. Such as? 360-degree video, virtual reality, and distance collaboration (telepresence) between two cities: Seoul and New York City.
Federico García Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba (La Casa de Bernarda Alba) is a tragedy set in a cloistered world of women in 1930s Spain. A tyrannical mother dominates her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. Their repressed environment leads to an explosion of passion, jealousy, hatred, and despair.
Note: The play is performed in Spanish with English subtitles via Simultext® In-Seat Captioning System. At matinee performances, subtitles are provided only by request.
Reno is an opinionated, radical feminist alternative voice who creates heavily improvised stream-of-consciousness topical monologues with incredible wit, political consciousness and common sense. Starting with her first HBO comedy hour, Reno In Rage And Rehab through her HBO feature film, Reno Finds Her Mom, her Bravo series, Citizen Reno, to her live show commissioned by Hartford Stage, The God Show, Reno wrestles with the "way it is" and points to the "way it's supposed to be."
International Women Artists' Salon presents a showcase of performance, literature, and video.
Leaving Lannahassee, Lynn Navarra's powerful drama takes place in the Gateway Home & Rehabilitation Center in Lannahassee Georgia, where four individuals come to grips with mental illness and how it affects them and their families. Two hatch a plan of "escape." God works in mysterious ways.
A set of one-act parables from acclaimed playwright James Crafford dealing with life-changing [or ending] decisions.
Five people wait in line for an unknown event, each trying to get to the front. Through their shoving and conniving, Line dramatizes the absurdity of everyday life.
The length of the show's run is a testament to its interminable relevance. Line has been running — or rather, standing and waiting — since 1967. Among those stuck in the original production was Richard Dreyfuss, then almost as unknown as the event his character awaited. Today the rotating cast continues to feature emerging young actors. Tradition also lives on in the play's director, Jay Michaels; he studied with Carol Ilson, who directed Line in 1974. The playwright is still Israel Horovitz.
Lucky Penny is a two man show that depicts an everyman's hilarious and moving journey through the life cycle. From the death of a parent to the birth of a child. David Deblinger zig zags through a range of mad, sad, beautiful, crazy characters & stories punctuated by jazz/pop vocals performed by the great Fred Johnson.
Each week, the Magnet Theater's resident ensembles converge for a night of improv comedy. The night might include anything from monoscenes to Harolds (long-form improv acts that begin with a suggestion from the audience). Because Megawatt's format gets changed more frequently than a lightbulb, returning audience members can expect to be dazzled every time.
Playing off of traditional theatrical tropes and cliches, playwrights Caroline Prugh, Robert Price, and Samara Weiss have crafted purposefully 'bad' short plays.
Nocturnes is an evening with visual artist Rosalyn Engelman in which her life and creative processes are explored through film, music, and conversation. The program includes the documentary film Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory, a conversation between the artist and Baruch Performing Arts Center director Ted Altschuler, and nocturnes by Chopin, Fauré, and Lowell Liebermann performed by pianist David Shimoni. It concludes with a toast to the triptych Nocturnes by Engelman herself.
Rosalyn Engelman is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials, including outdated and discarded electronic equipment, mannequins, nails, and barbed wire, producing art with a striking range of expressive content. In all her work, Engelman is searching for beauty, hope, and transcendence. Her art is ultimately about the indomitable human spirit — the will to create in a world where devastation is a dominant theme of life. Her art comes from the belief that communication, especially through art and creativity, is a key source of redemption.
In 1961 a movie star is committed to a Manhattan psych ward. The doctor assigned to her case believes he must keep her there for her own good, but the creative genius behind the movie star mask will sacrifice anything to regain her freedom. Based on a true story.
Fads come and go, and aesthetic poetry is all the rage in town these days, especially among the maidens who have all become groupies of the self-styled poet Reginald Bunthorne — to the dismay of their macho military boyfriends. All but Patience, the virtuous village milkmaid who claims to have never loved anyone. She doesn't care for poetry much either, and, as it turns out, neither does Bunthorne! While Bunthorne is infatuated with Patience, she falls for her childhood crush Archibald Grosvenor, another famous aesthete who attracts women even faster than Bunthorne. The rigid military men attempt to win back their ladies by comically attempting to be willowy poets, but, when exasperated Bunthorne challenges Grosvenor to give up the current aesthetic craze, he does so willingly — and everything backfires.
In an age of unlimited power via keyboard and conflicting models of masculinity presented online, Joe doesn't know how to assert himself in the world (Wide Web). Dumped by his girlfriend and feeling low, he turns to the Internet for guidance, advice, and video tutorials in order to crack the code of becoming desirable. Digital decisions dent the development of Joe's worldview, bringing him closer to making irrevocable choices IRL. When Revenge of the Nerds meets the cautionary tale of Icarus, a youthful thirst for knowledge, connections, and intimacy turn to suffering.
Every week the cast takes a suggestion from the audience and turns it into a fully crafted musical. Each character is made up on the spot, as are the song-and-dance numbers! Led by Magnet Theater musical director Frank Spitznagel, Premiere: The Improvised Musical features a cast whose professional credits include Comedy Central, HBO, and Second City.
Each month, Gingold Theatrical Group presents a different play by George Bernard Shaw (or his contemporaries). GTG is the first group to ever present performances of all of Shaw's 65 plays! This script-in-hand series is always packed with theatrical enthusiasts eager to share Shaw's comedic theatrical pieces, all embracing his bold humanitarian precepts encouraging human rights and free speech for all. Every play is presented as a staged reading by a specially assembled, star-studded cast. The reading is followed by a spirited talkback with the cast and an international team of Shavians.
Ready or Not Here I Come is a story about the choices that we make and the consequences of those choices. This play is about the rapture of Christ — and a lot more.
Ms. Jenkins is the nosy neighbor who knows everything about everybody. She takes the audience into the personal lives of three families. Audience members witness those families either accepting or rejecting Christ.
Ready or Not Here I Come includes music, singing, praise dancing, and a couple surprises. Audience members may laugh and cry, but above all, they will think.
Repertorio Español is a theater company that presents a rotating repertory of plays in Spanish. Works by both canonical authors (Lope de Vega, Calderón, García Lorca) and living writers are produced. In presenting these works, the company endeavors to bring the best of Spanish, Latin American, and Hispanic-American theater to a diverse audience, including Hispanics of all backgrounds and non-Spanish speakers. Plays are performed in Spanish with simultaneous translation to English via wireless headsets.
Riot Antigone is a punk rock adaptation of Sophocles' tragedy about a woman who breaks the law to bury one of her brothers. Seonjae Kim wrote this Riot Grrrl exploration of Antigone in collaboration with composer Erato A. Kremmyda.
Saturday at 6pm: the perfect time to get your jaded mind blown by four improv ensembles. Will the neighborhood kids be driven wild by their new forms and structures? Yes. Will you?
The Rundown features different groups at each performance that unite veteran performers with up-and-comers ready to bring it.
Broken Box Mime Theater's new production See Reverse is made up of ten provocative and sophisticated-yet-accessible short plays. They are strung together by theme and technique: Without the use of props, sets, costumes, or words, their narratives unfold through body movements only. The material ranges from film noir to political protest to twisted fable to absurdist drama.
Recently honored with two New York Innovative Theatre Awards for Outstanding Performance Art and Choreography/Movement, this production is led by artistic director Becky Baumwoll.
From the Great Griffon comes Seeking the Queer Voice, a monthly reading series. The Great Griffon is a nonprofit company dedicated to creating new media, film, and theater that breaks gender and LGBTQ stereotypes. Inaugurating its reading series is a performance of Doug DeVita's The Phillie Trilogy, winner of the 2016 Scrap Mettle Arts Inaugural Playwrights Program Competition. The play follows Philip McDougal through three interconnecting stories about the discovery of his sexuality. James Phillip Gates directs.
This edgy historical drama smashes the conventional wisdom about "Shakespeare" and the "Virgin" Queen by suggesting the violation of a fundamental human taboo. Shakespeare and the Courtesan follows the travels of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford and, according to some, the real "William Shakespeare." Oxford's journey through Italy is surrealistically juxtaposed with scenes of his life in England, his plays, poetry, passion, betrayal, and murder in a blend of fact and fantasy. (Did Shakespeare/Oxford have a child with his mother, Queen Elizabeth I?) The Bard meets his match when he encounters the beautiful Veronica Franco, an honored Venetian courtesan and published poet.
Shards, a piece which evokes concepts of luxury, glamour, and memorial, deals with the systematic destruction, the loss of functionality, and the aftermath of despair that comes with living with a mood disorder. We explore concepts of rage, brain plasticity, and brokenness as a means to move past traditional conceptions of normative neurological functioning and build empathy between neurotypical and neurodiverse populations.
Earth has gone to the dogs, literally. After "the incident," humans have gone underground and into space, leaving dogs to run the planet. But the Space Pirates have decided that they need to pave over Earth to put up a parking lot for their new nightclub on the moon. The Puppies have to join forces with their archenemies the Ninja Kittens and, along with the assistance of the Great Oracle, must seek the power of the greatest weapon they've never heard of. Epic adventures and battles ensue, and along the way, we learn a deep, dark secret...or three. Will the Puppies turn tail and run? Will the Ninja Kittens — ooh, string. Can the Earth be saved from certain construction? Will it all end in discord or harmony?
The Space Pirate Puppy Musical! is written and directed by Heather Bagnall and Luke Tudball with original music by award-winning composer and lyricist Steve Schalchlin.
Join host Emmy Laybourne, as she welcomes novelists to reveal stories from their lives at the winter installment of the critically acclaimed literary event Spine Out.
Stand Up NY is one of New York City's premiere venues for standup comics. It features some of the best comedians performing in NYC, nationally, and on TV. Surprise drop-ins have included Jerry Seinfeld, Steven Wright, and Robin Williams.
While many children's theater troupes tell stories to kids, The Story Pirates believe that every kid has a story to tell. Made up of professional actors, improv comedians, and teaching artists, this troupe uses stories written by elementary school students as source material for over-the-top, sidesplitting musical plays. With songs, props, music videos, and puppets, the Story Pirates bring to life onstage what children have put down on paper (and computer).
At a typical show, there is no typical. Topics range from kung fu ninja babies fighting crime to the eternal love between the devil and a guy she meets at Starbucks. It's a world where cats can fly and Tickle Monsters have been known to take over the world. If the show sells out, the audience is treated to ice cream and cookies at the end!
Circe and Morgan are college roommates, and tonight they're planning something strange. All they need to set their dangerous plan in motion is that final touch: a virgin vessel. Enter Lily, the last virgin on campus...
Sundays@Six is a free reading series focused on works-in-progress. The WorkShop Theater presents sit-down readings of new and revisited scripts by company playwrights and of projects initiated by company artists. Most of the readings are followed by a moderated dramaturgical discussion.
Time No Line is a performance work presented as a live memoir, based on John Kelly's 40 years of journaling. This solo piece constructs a nonlinear narrative through physical movement, video projections, music, historic texts, and live drawing. Its main theme is the way Kelly's life and work unfolded and intertwined with significant cultural and political events, including the East Village performance art scene of the 1980s, the AIDS epidemic, the culture wars, and gentrification. The show uses the experiences of an individual to create a shared collective experience as an antidote to cultural amnesia and erasure. Kelly himself is a survivor who remains a part of New York's evolving cultural landscape.
Nick Kanellis and Peter McNerney (Statues of Liberty) team up with Magnet Theater veteran Leslie Korein to form a brand-new improv trio with one purpose: rockin' a seamless, high-energy, character-driven, free-form improv set every week.
Turning Page is a sophisticated, funny, and deeply compelling solo show about legendary actress Geraldine Page, whose sparkling career earned her a record-breaking eight Academy Award nominations by her untimely death in 1987. Written and performed by her only daughter, Angelica Page, with direction by Tony-nominated Wilson Milam, this 98-minute evening of theater is a magical opportunity to personally encounter one of the most influential, celebrated, and private American artists of the 20th century.
The Unwritten Law weaves a Black American family's 100 year narrative with contemporary dance, live music, drama, visual projection and poetic storytelling detailing the family's love, resilience and survival. Examining true and poignant stories that bring to life the vivid characters that helped shape Snow's life, the work simultaneously draws parallels between the early 20th century Jim Crow South and the current reality of the New Jim Crow. Snow presents his journey from the legacy of incarceration to fatherhood, from homelessness to Harvard University, to ultimately starring on the Broadway stage.
Water is a collaboratively created piece of participatory theater that explores human relationships to the environment in the face of profound ecological threat. It reunites playwright Callaghan, director Topol, New Georges, and 3LD Art & Technology Center 11 years after the extended run of New Georges' acclaimed production of Callaghan and Topol's Dead City, the first show at 3LD.
Discover the secrets of your favorite neighborhood or museum on a Watson Adventures Scavenger Hunt. You won't be collecting objects (put back that statue!) but searching for answers to tricky and humorous questions. You can decipher a message in the sky in Central Park, find out what to do with a "fun goon" in Chinatown, track ghosts in Greenwich Village, solve a murder mystery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and much more. No knowledge of any hunt location is required — you just need a sharp mind and a good pair of shoes.
Drag personality Willi B. Wilde acts as emcee/hostess to a fresh lineup of artists for an unforgettable evening that is part talk show, part drag revue. Live performances are accompanied by a discussion about the artists and their work with hostess, art critic, and interviewer Willi.