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Kate Weare Company
Works & Process Commission Encore
Rules Of The Game by Jonah Bokaer and Daniel Arsham
Houston Grand Opera
The Metropolitan Opera
Works & Process Commission
Nederlands Dans Theater with Sol León and Paul Lightfoot
Peter & the Wolf with Isaac Mizrahi
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Tickets for Spamilton are $59, plus a 2 drink minimum. Premium seats are also available. For a complete performance schedule and to purchase tickets, please click here: http://www.triadnyc.com/buy-
Spamilton recently instituted an unprecedented 10-cent ticket lottery, coined #Spam4Roosevelt based on FDR on the American dime, taking after the popular #Ham4Ham lottery tradition being offered before select performances of Hamilton. Participants may enter the lottery in person at the Triad 40 minutes prior to curtain time to enter their names for the chance to see that evening’s performance. 30 minutes prior to the show, names will be chosen at random by Alessandrini himself. Limit one entry per person and up to two tickets per winner. Tickets are subject to availability.
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The MCC Theater 2016-17 Mainstage Season:
by Neil LaBute
directed by Leigh Silverman
with Judith Light
First Preview: September 6, 2016
Closing: October 9, 2016
All The Ways To Say I Love You marks Neil LaBute’s 10th play produced by MCC in a 15-year collaboration that includes some of the playwright’s seminal works: Fat Pig, The Mercy Seat, The Distance from Here, and reasons to be pretty, the latter of which transferred to Broadway and received a Tony nomination for Best Play. Judith Light, an MCC mainstay onstage and off, returns to the Lortel following her performances in Margaret Edson’s Wit and Laura Wade’s Colder Than Here. Leigh Silverman was last seen at MCC with Coraline.
book, music and lyrics by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell
directed by Rachel Rockwell
First Preview: November 9, 2016
Opening: December 1, 2016
Closing: December 18, 2016
by Anna Jordan
directed by Trip Cullman
First Preview: February 2, 2017
Closing: March 12, 2017
YEN marks playwright Anna Jordan’s MCC debut. Director Trip Cullman returns to MCC following his OBIE-winning direction of Punk Rock and this season’s highly anticipated A Funny Thing…
by Matthew Perry
directed by Lindsay Posner
First Preview: May 18, 2017
Opening: June 5, 2017
Closing: June 24, 2017
THE YORK THEATRE COMPANY
The 2016-2017 season will include the New York premieres of two new musicals: A Taste of Things to Come and Emma. The acclaimed “Musicals in Mufti” Series takes a look at musicals from the past: Milk and Honey, Dear World, and a third to be announced shortly. And, the return of the “New2NY” Series will bring two new musicals, How to Be an American! and Mark Felt, Superstar.
Special events throughout the season will include The 25th Annual Oscar Hammerstein Award Gala; the second annual Winter Intensive for College Students, part of The York’s Musical Theatre Training Program that trains and inspires young performers; a benefit Spring Concert Celebration Honoring James Morgan, commemorating his 20th Anniversary as York Producing Artistic Director; the ever popular Developmental Reading Series happening throughout the year, and more. The York will also present the Marymount Manhattan College production of the musical Love’s Labour’s Lost.
The launch of the 2016-2017 season in September opens with the return of the New2NY Series and the new musical How to Be an American!, a political cabaret. Tammany Trumps Truth! Real life lecture on Honest Graft, Dishonest Graft, and the American Way! Featuring songs from the early 20th Century American Songbook adapted by T. Cat Ford, with direction by Bill Castellino (Cagney, Storyville), and music direction by Satomi Hoffman. Performances are set to begin for a limited run through .
In November, the first mainstage production of the season will inaugurate the newly renovated York Theater space – new seats, new carpeting, new look – with the New York premiere of the musical A Taste of Things to Come, with book, music and lyrics by Debra Barsha (Radiant Baby) and Hollye Levin (Funny Business), with an original concept by Hollye Levin, and direction and choreography by Lorin Latarro (Waitress). Winnetka, Illinois, 1950s. Smack dab in the middle of America, four women enter a Betty Crocker cooking contest in the hopes of changing their lives. Little do they know that it’s a recipe for disaster—one that will set off a chain reaction that will change their lives forever. When they reunite , they are very different people in a very different world—but can they still be as close as they once were? In an age when the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, they’ll discover that the way to a woman's heart is through her best friends. A Taste of Things to Come is presented in association with Staci Levine and What's Cookin' LLC.Performances are set to begin for a limited engagement through .
The York season continues into the new year with the second New2NY Series production of the new musical Mark Felt, Superstar withbook, music and lyrics by Joshua Rosenblum (Fermat’s Last Tango). Though his name is little known today, Mark Felt was the retired FBI man who revealed in 2005 that he had been Deep Throat, the secret source for journalists Woodward and Bernstein during the Watergate scandal. Deep Throat's identity was the greatest political mystery of all time and Felt's story is thrilling, heartbreaking, and funny in equal parts. Mark Felt, Superstar is a whimsical and unexpectedly touching musical romp through Watergate and its aftermath from Deep Throat's unique perspective. A limited engagement is slated for January 2017.
The winter season continues with the acclaimed Musicals in Mufti Series, which has played host to over 100 productions of simply-staged concert readings of musical theater gems from the past. The series this year includes a second look at the new musicals Milk and Honey, with book by Don Appell (A Girl Could Get Lucky) and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman (Hello, Dolly!), ; Dear World, with book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Mame), and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman (La Cage aux Folles), ; and a third production to be announced shortly that is set to play ."Mufti" means "in street clothes, without the trappings associated with a full production."
The York welcomes the spring with a Spring Concert Celebration Honoring James Morgan commemorating his 20th anniversary as York Producing Artistic Director. The special one-night only benefit concert is set for .
The 2016-17 mainstage season continues with the New York premiere of Emma, a musical romance, with music, lyrics and book by Paul Gordon (Jane Eyre), adapted from the novel by Jane Austen. Emma Woodhouse is one of Jane Austen’s most delightful heroines, an effervescent ingénue whose matchmaking mischief inevitably misfires. Obsessed with romance but clueless about her own feelings, Emma navigates the course of true love with a generous heart and an indomitable spirit. A record-breaking success in earlier productions in California, Cincinnati and St. Louis, this funny, irresistible musical features a glorious score by the Tony Award-nominated composer of Jane Eyre and Daddy Long Legs. Performances are set to begin for a limited engagement through .
Special events throughout the season will include The 25th Annual Oscar Hammerstein Award Gala, ; the second annual Winter Intensive for College Students, part of The York’s Musical Theatre Training Program that trains and inspires young performers, ; and the Marymount Manhattan College presentation, in association with The York Theatre Company and its continuing education program, presentation of the musical Love’s Labour’s Lost, with book by Alex Timbers (Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson) and music & lyrics by Michael Friedman (The Fortress of Solitude), .
York Theatre Company offers the York! Membership Program, an exclusive membership package for as low as $75.00 - with elite benefits that includes a 30% discount on tickets to York Theatre Productions, exclusive member pre-sale opportunities, 50% off on all lobby concessions, 20% off on all lobby merchandise, in addition to special member-only receptions. The York also offers a York Plus! Membership Program with additional perks, including complimentary tickets to Mainstage productions and invites to several VIP-only presentations throughout the season.
York Memberships can be purchased online at www.yorktheatre.org/membership
For additional information, please visit www.yorktheatre.org.
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