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New Dance Theatre, in a coproduction with Access Theater, makes its New York debut with Asylum, a dance-theater take on the breaking through the barriers of isolation caused by the stigma of mental illness and the power of compassion. An original work devised and choreographed by New Dance Theatre company members.
Join the rising young opera stars of the Martina Arroyo Foundation's Prelude to Performance program for Carmen, Georges Bizet's exciting tale of a beautiful gypsy pursued by the soldier Don José and the handsome toreador Escamillo. This production is presented with traditional staging and costumes — and an orchestra!
Inspired by the classic children's book The Story of Ferdinand, Ferdinand tells the poignant story of Tom, a single dad, struggling to go with the flow and raise his son in a world determined to make him fight. Raised on the story of his namesake Ferdinand, the bull who refused to fight but just wanted to sit and smell the flowers, young Ferdy learns the hard lessons in life as his father endeavors to shield him from the harsh realities of adulthood.
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.
Director Christina Sheehan's fantasy-inspired design transports audiences to an England at war with itself, gallivanting through a Sherwood Forest that serves as the dual playground battlefield where Robin and his Merry Men defy tyranny. This sprawling, action-packed retelling of the Robin Hood story gives us characters that challenge and reinvent the myth including a Maid Marian with a sword who can do her own saving, a female Little John who is as quick witted as she is quick with her quarter staff, and several other cross-gendered casting scenarios which elevate the stakes of both the conflict and the comedy in a script by Larry Blamire that walks the line between The Adventures of Robin Hood and Robin Hood: Men in Tights. Together these characters will stand against the power of King John and the Sherriff of Nottingham.
"We're not one, we're many. When heroes stand together…work together, not a power in all of England can stop us."
It's 1950 and Johnny Swinton, an accomplished musician with a burlesque dancing wife and a beautiful son, has a secret — he's a woman. Inspired by the life of trans musician Billy Tipton, this jazz-infused tale of love and secrecy is written and performed by New York award-winning solo performer, Susan Jeremy (P.S. 69, Brazil Nuts, Teacher in the House), and directed by Cheryl King, creator of Stage Left Studio.
This Place, a new one-act play exploring LGBT life in the Arab World, will premiere at Dixon Place's HOT! Festival on July 6th at 9:30pm.
Incorporating documentary and narrative storytelling, This Place documents the lives of LGBT inhabitants of a conservative country on the Arabian Peninsula. Using a bold mix of film and theater, this 30-minute play tells the story of two men coming to terms with their impending separation, interspersed with anonymous interviews focused on queer life in a traditional Islamic nation.
Come and check out the many other performances at the HOT! Festival, the "longest running LGBT festival in the world," and enjoy Dixon Place's fully stocked bar before, during, and after the show!
Shakespeare's tale of blood, war, and witchcraft dives into the psyches of the power-hungry Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
"B*tches get stuff done!" Well, sort of. Set in present day Philadelphia, Tinley and Annie are 20-something best friends who just can't seem to figure anything out. Their jobs suck and their dating lives are nonexistent and their snack supplies are constantly dwindling. While watching old SNL episodes, Tinley and Annie decide to start asking themselves, "what would Tina and Amy do?" and soon Tinley is dating her dream guy and Annie is winning lead roles at her dance company. But as they continue down the WWTAAD? path of self-discovery, will their friendship survive?