Show Calendar

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In the Mezzanine Theatre


Logo for Los Otros. Beginning in the upper right hand corner there is a color gradient ending in the lower right hand corner. It begins with yellow, then, orange, red, blue, and into purple. In the center is a mandala design, with the words LOS OTROS dividing it in the center. Superimposed on this image are two shadows, a man on the left, and a woman on the right. They are holding hands.

Premieres NYC presents Los Otros

August 24 - October 8, 2022

Book and Lyrics by Ellen Fitzhugh
Music by Michael John LaChiusa
Directed by Noah Himmelstein

Through a series of beautiful and intimate moments, two Californians, Lillian and Carlos, explore significant moments in their lives, discovering they are linked in unexpected ways. Semi-autobiographical, Los Otros captures a universal story of interconnectedness, love, risk, and revelation through the lens of two people’s lives. Acclaimed director Noah Himmelstein (The Lucky Star; I Am Harvey Milk) helms the New York premiere of this unique musical by Tony Award nominees Ellen Fitzhugh and Michael John LaChiusa which features musical direction by J. Oconer Navarro (Caroline, or Change) and orchestrations by Tony Award winner Bruce Coughlin (The Light in the Piazza).

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Logo for Chushingura - 47 Ronin. The image is in greyscale with red Japanese characters on the left hand side. In the background, a painting of two Japanese warriors is superimposed. The show dates and location are in the lower right hand corner of the image.

Amaterasu Za presents CHUSHINGURA - 47 Ronin

October 18 - November 6, 2022

Playwright/Director/Costume Design: Ako Dachs
Scenic Design: Joshua Dachs
Lighting Design: Aaron Bowersocks
Tate Fight Director: Kyo Kasumi
Sound Design: Fumi Tanakadate
SM: Kanako Morita
ASM: Amanda Harris

Chushingura - 47 Ronin is based on real events that happened in Japan in 1702-03. One of the most enduring stories in Japan, this moving story of honor, sacrifice, and revenge will be presented in a new stage adaptation in Japanese with English subtitles by a large cast, with sword-fighting!

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In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre 


Logo for Bloom Bloom Pow. Moss covers the frame. In the lower half of the image, blue eyes and a nose peek out from the moss. The person's forehead is covered with algae. In the center of the image are the words Bloom Bloom Pow in white font. In subscript are the words "A queer climate doom comedy."

Dead Horse Productions presents Bloom Bloom Pow: A Queer-Joy Climate-Doom Comedy

September 16 - October 2, 2022

written by Genevieve Simon
directed by Katherine Wilkinson
co-produced by Brittany Proia and Al Parker

Mag, a nonbinary twentysomething, returns to their childhood home in a small conservative Ohio town. Everything is dull and weird and not queer at all. They are trying to keep it together despite desperate phone calls from their mom, chatty co-workers, and visions of melting ice caps and dead horses at the bottom of the east river. Mag's life gets more interesting (and sexy) when they meet The Creature and learn about the algae taking over the town's water supply. Will Mag save the city, or is it the algae's time to shine?

Bloom Bloom Pow is inspired by 1950s monster movies and the real-life 2014 crisis in Toledo, Ohio, when the tap water became deadly for humans because of toxic algal blooms.

run time 90 min

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Logo for Powerhouse. Lady Justice stands in the middle of the image, in black and white except for her lipstick, which is bright red, and the little red hearts on the boxers hanging from her outstretched sword. She sands on the rooftop of a building, with the moon in the upper right hand corner. The words Powerhouse, a new play by David Harms, directed by Ken Wolf take up the lower third of the image. 

Manhattan Repertory Theatre presents POWERHOUSE

October 6 - 30, 2022

Playwright: David Harms - WHAT WE WANTED January 2017 - Theatre Row
Director: Ken Wolf, Artistic Director of Manhattan Repertory Theatre
Cast: Laura Shoop, Dominick LaRuffa Jr., Jennifer Pierro, Jana Robbins, and Jeorge Bennett Watson

A powerful female lawyer is being pushed out of her high profile Law Firm due to an inappropriate relationship that she is having with younger associate.

This relentless, passionate lawyer challenges the traditional roles in this male - dominated business, and asks the question: "What happens when a woman truly stands in her own power?"

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