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Sistas
St. Luke's TheatreApril 26, 2015 4:30 PM
308 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
Sistas is a musical theater production that's powered by the music of Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, Ma Rainey, Beyonce and many more prominent African American artists. A portrait of the black American female experience, the show follows the triumphs and struggles of one woman and her family, as they navigate the days of Jim Crow segregation laws to the present day, when racism is underlying but still very much built in to social, economic and political systems.
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My Big Gay Italian Funeral
St. Luke's TheatreApril 26, 2015 7:00 PM
308 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
My Big Gay Italian Funeral is a stage production that follows Anthony and his family after the events of My Big Gay Italian Wedding. At his father's funeral, Anthony is reunited with various estranged relatives including his gay brother. As the evening goes on, family secrets begin to unravel and what should be a somber evening turns into a drama-fueled spectacle.
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Beautiful - The Carole King Musical
Stephen Sondheim TheatreApril 26, 2015 3:00 PM
124 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Beautiful is a musical theater production that tells the story of the music legend Carole King. Chronicling her evolution from a Brooklyn-based teenager to a prolific songwriter and ultimately a renowned a solo artist, the show is a celebration of her classic repertoire of songs, from her original compositions to the hits she wrote with her long-time songwriting partner, Gerry Goffin.
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Lion King New York
Minskoff TheatreApril 26, 2015 3:00 PM
1515 Broadway
New York, NY 10036
Adapted from the beloved Disney film, The Lion King is a musical theater production that tells the story of a lion named Simba whose life takes an unexpected turn after his father, King Mufasa, dies at the hands of Simba's power-hungry uncle, Scar. Unable to deal with the tragedy at such a young age, Simba runs away from home believing that he is responsible for his father's death. When a chance encounter with an old friend reminds him of the importance of family and his responsibility to the rest of the lion pride, he finally returns home and faces the truth about his uncle's part in his father's death. Packed full of the film's renowned songs, including "Circle of Life," Hakuna Matata" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," The Lion King quickly garnered critical and commercial acclaim for its visually stunning rendition of the classic story.
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Argentine Tango Dance Party Caminito
The BallApril 26, 2015 7:15 PM
131 West 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
Sure, it might "take two to tango," but you're free to come solo to "Argentine Tango Dance Party Caminito", a seductive evening spent learning the most thrilling of all dances. The evening begins with class from top-flight instructors who will tailor their teaching to your experience level (from "tango master" all the way down to "two left feet"). Then there's the "Guided Practica," your opportunity to ask one of the city's leading tango experts all your questions about tricky steps and technique. Finally, there's a "milonga", a traditional Argentine dance party, where you can put all that you've learned into action as a live band or DJ spins music that gets you moving. So bring your favorite refreshments -- this "Dance Party" is BYOB -- and maybe a rose to clench between your teeth for this fun and friendly event at The Ball NY.
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The Audience
Gerald Schoenfeld TheatreApril 26, 2015 3:00 PM
236 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
The Audience is a play that imagines the conversations that take place between Queen Elizabeth II and her prime ministers during their weekly private meetings. These meetings, known as audiences, have been held since 1952 with the understanding that no one would repeat was was said, not even to their inner circles and spouses. The Audience attempts to recreate what might have happened during a series of conversations between the Queen and the head of Her Majesty's Government, from Winston Churchill to David Cameron. From intimate confessionals to explosive arguments, the interactions reveal the great wisdom and humanity of each party.
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