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Sunday, November 3, 2019

Sunday Scoop post Week of 11/3/19 What's Happening This Week Coming Up Soon

In This Week's Scoop

1) Now Open Ejay Weiss EMERGENCE the first solo show at Gallery Five Ten
2) Upcoming at Merkin Hall
    Richard Rodgers, Memory & Metamorphosis, An Die Musik,
3) Upcoming at Lincoln Center
    White Light Festival, The Tune: Wandering Melodic Road,
    Poems Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump
4) Upcoming at iPlay America
     Chris Lane: Big Plans Tour
5) Upcoming at BAMKids
    BAMKids Music Series: Lucy Kalantari & The Jazz Cats 11/9
6) Upcoming at Symphony Space
     The Okee Dokee Brothers
7) Upcoming at Broadway Workshop
     Broadway Day(Veterans 2019)
8) Upcoming at TADA! Youth Theater
    One Day Camp 101 Dalamations November 11

PR Firm Roundup

9) News from BroadwayCon
    BroadwayCon Star to Be Talent Competition Returns
10) News from Glenna Freedman PR
      Hooked on Happiness
11) News from DKC/O&M
      11A) Ross Golan's The Wrong Man Extends Run         
      11B) Seared Extends Run
12) New from JT Public Relations
      New York Premiere of Migdalia Cruz's Fur Begins Performances Opening Night November 8
13) News from KampFire PR
       Macbeth With No One in a Character That Uses the Same Pronouns They Use in  Daily Life
14) News from Richard Hillman PR
      14A) Trio of Science Shows Announces New Performance Schedule
      14B) Might Funny Kind of Love Part of the Dare to Be Different Series November 7 & 8
      14C) Abingdon Theatre to Present Robin & Me One Nigth Only November 11
15) News from Vivacity Media Relations

1) EJAY WEISS
  EMERGENCE

THE FIRST SOLO SHOW
at

GALLERY FIVE TEN

Now – November 18, 2019

On Friday, November 1, Co-Producers and Co-Curators, Jill Conner and Robert Zash, opened Ejay Weiss’ first Solo Show at Gallery Five Ten (139 West 35th Street – between Sixth & Seventh Avenues - on the fifth floor) where it will run through Monday, November 18.  Entitled, EJAY WEISS – EMERGENCE, the show is being presented in cooperation with John Yavroyan, Executor of Mr. Weiss’ Estate, and features 100 paintings of Mr. Weiss’ 2,997 works of art; concentrating on the most acclaimed pieces from five of his major Series including Emergence, Eden, Rift, Bowl: Maximum Entropy #4 and Bowl: Maximum Entropy #5.
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2) Upcoming at Merkin Hall

129 W. 67th Street
New York, NY

 Richard Rodgers, Memory & Metamorphosis, An Die Musik,

Monday November 4, 7:30 PM
What Makes It Great? The Music of Richard Rodgers

Featuring Broadway stars Sally Wilfert and Michael Winther. Explore Richard Rodgers’s wildly successful partnerships with Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein II, which produced Oklahoma!South PacificThe Sound of Music and more.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/broadway-close-up-love-who-you-love2

Wednesday November 6, 8:00 PM

Parlando Presents: Memory and Metamorphosis

Ian Niederhoffer, Conductor. Explore the relationship between music and memory with works by Jessie Montgomery, Dutilleux and Strauss.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit 

Sunday November 10, 4:00 PM
An die Musik

Oboe, String Trio & Piano
Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Handel/Halvorsen.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit 
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3) Upcoming at Lincoln Center

 White Light Festival, 
The Tune: Wandering Melodic Road, 
    Poems Empathy and Outrage 
in the Age of Trump

Wednesday, November 6 – Saturday, November 9 at 7:30 pm 
White Light Festival 
'The Manganiyar Seduction 
The White Light Festival welcomes back The Manganiyar Seduction, the acclaimed music-theater work by Indian director Roysten Abel that had its U.S. premiere at the inaugural festival in 2010 and returned by popular demand in 2013. The Manganiyars, nomadic Sufi Muslims from Northwest India, incorporate Hindu deities into their devotional songs. Conceived by Indian director Roysten Abel, more than 40 musicians, led by Deu Khan, are arranged in four levels of red-curtained, brightly lit boxes in a set inspired by the women’s quarters of Hawa Mahal (a royal palace in Jaipur) and the red-light district of Amsterdam. This seduction of the spirit begins quietly with a solitary desert fiddle and builds to an ecstatic eruption of sound, light, and color as the Manganiyar community takes audiences into and beyond their world. There will be a post-performance discussion with Roysten Abel and John Schaefer on Friday, November 8. 
Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 10 Columbus Circle. 
TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-LightFestival

Thursday, November 7 – Saturday, November 22 at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm 
White Light Festival 
DruidShakespeare: Richard III (U.S. production premiere) 
Shakespeare depicts one of the world’s greatest villains in Richard III, a chilling story of power and ambition. Richard, Duke of Gloucester, portrayed by Aaron Monaghan, sets about bending the world to his own desires, vanquishing his better angels in pursuit of the crown. The Bard’s ruthless monarch resonates through the ages in this award-winning production from Ireland’s Druid theater company and Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes. A continuation of the company’s exploration of Shakespeare’s kings, the production reunites the creative team and members of the Druid ensemble behind the celebrated DruidShakespeare: Richard II, Henry IV (Pts. 1 & 2) and Henry V, which played Lincoln Center in 2015. Druid’s acclaimed run of Waiting for Godot, also directed by Hynes and starring Monaghan as Estragon, was featured in the 2018 White Light Festival. 
Pre-performance discussion with Garry Hynes and Robert Marx on Sunday, November 10 at 1:45 pm in the John Jay College Lecture Hall. Preview performances are presented on Thursday, November 7 and Friday, November 8 at 7:00 pm. Richard III is made possible in part with the support of Culture Ireland 
Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, 524 W. 59th Street. 
TICKETS start at $35 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-LightFestival

Thursday, November 7 at 7:30 pm 
White Light Festival 
Stabat Mater (U.S. premiere) 
James MacMillan, the preeminent Scottish composer of our time, draws upon his Celtic heritage and Catholic faith to compose modern-day sacred works that transcend the concert hall. This all-MacMillan program, performed by the Britten Sinfonia and The Sixteen, under the baton of Harry Christophers, features the U.S. premieres of MacMillan’s haunting Miserere and his monumental new Stabat Mater, a devastating hymn of a mother’s anguish. This Stabat Mater was the first musical work ever to be streamed live from the Sistine Chapel and was released on the Coro label in March 2017. Britten Sinfonia previously performed in the U.S. premiere production of Netia Jones’s Curlew River at the 2014 White Light Festival. Pre-concert talk with James MacMillan and Andrew Shenton at 6:15 pm in the Opera Learning Center (Rose Building, 6th floor). James MacMillan’s Stabat Mater was commissioned by the Genesis Foundation for Harry Christophers and The Sixteen. This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers. 
Alice Tully Hall, 1941 Broadway. 
TICKETS start at $50 and are available by calling 212.721.6500, or visiting LincolnCenter.org/White-LightFestival

*FREE Thursday, November 7 at 7:30 pm 
David Rubenstein Atrium 
Atrium 360°: The Tune: Wandering Melodic Road 
The all-female Korean band The Tune fills the David Rubenstein Atrium with its experimental spirit and songs of South Korean. Featuring piano, percussion, traditional Korean string instruments, and vocals, this groundbreaking group combines shamanistic music with a contemporary sound, breathing new life into old musical stories. Presented in partnership with the Millennium Stage at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. International tour support provided by the Korea Arts Management Service’s Center Stage Korea program. 
David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.
FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact access@lincolncenter.org or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium

*FREE Friday, November 8 at 7:00 pm 
David Rubenstein Atrium 
What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump 
A chorus of powerful contemporary voices in U.S. poetry comes together for the New York City celebration of a seminal anthology of political poems, published by Northwestern University Press. What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump is an anthology of poems about much more than Trump. These are poems that either embody or express a sense of empathy or outrage, both prior to and following his election. There is an extraordinary diversity of voices. They speak of persecuted and scapegoated immigrants. They bear witness to violence, from police brutality against African Americans to mass shootings. They testify to poverty. There are voices of labor, in the factory or the fields. There are prophetic voices, imploring us to imagine the world we will leave behind in ruins lest we speak and act. However, this is not merely a collection of grievances. The poets build bridges, taking back the language, resisting the demagogic corruption of words themselves, asserting our common humanity. Joining the book’s editor, Martín Espada, at this reading are contributors Denice Frohman, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, John Murillo, Willie Perdomo, Peggy 4 Robles-Alvarado, Nicholas Samaras, Patricia Smith, Lauren Schmidt, Afaa M. Weaver, Elisabet Velasquez, and many more. 
David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets. 
FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact access@lincolncenter.org or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/Atrium

*FREE Saturday, November 9 at 3:00 pm 
White Light Festival 
White Light Conversation: Let’s Talk About Religion 
John Schaefer, moderator 
Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School, Union Theological Seminary 
Marcelo Gleiser, theoretical physicist and astronomer 
James MacMillan, composer 
Stephen Prothero, author, Religious Literacy 
God was declared dead in 1966, no longer relevant to an increasingly secular society. Today, people around the world ardently seek religious and faith-based experiences, at times with an intolerant fervor. How did we vacillate between such extremes in the span of only half a century? In modern society, few topics are as subject to ignorance, misunderstanding, and manipulation as religion. Although it is a central building block of human consciousness, we possess surprisingly little knowledge about religious traditions—both of others and our own. Join WNYC’s John Schaefer and a group of leading thinkers for a spirited panel discussion exploring the many contradictions inherent in our understanding of religion and the evolutionary pathways of religious belief, as well as its intersection with science and art and resonance in our current chaotic climate. 
Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio, 165 W 65th St. 10th Floor. 
FREE Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact access@lincolncenter.org or 212.875.5375. For more information, please visit LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival

Sunday, November 10 at 11:00 am 
White Light Festival 
Goldberg Variations 
Kit Armstrong Bach’s Goldberg Variations are a hypnotic keyboard showpiece of revelatory lyricism and intricacy. The young musical phenomenon Kit Armstrong, protégé of the legendary pianist Alfred Brendel, illuminates the Goldberg Variations in this intimate Sunday morning recital followed by coffee and conversation with the artist and audience. Kit Armstrong Performs Bach’s Goldberg Variations and Its Predecessors was released on DVD by Unitel from his performance at Concertgebouw Amsterdam and was named the December 2017 “Instrumental Choice” by BBC Music Magazine. This concert is also part of Lincoln Center’s Great Performers. 
Walter Reade Theater, 165 West 65th Street. 
TICKETS to this performance are currently sold out. For more information and updates, please call 212.721.6500 or visit LincolnCenter.org/White-Light-Festival. 5
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4) Upcoming at iPlay America
110 Schank Rd.
Freehold, NJ

Chris Lane: Big Plans Tour

Friday November 8
Doors: 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Ones To Watch Presents Chris Lane Big Big Plans Tour at iPlay America
featuring special guests Gabby Barrett and Ernest. General Admission and

Chris Lane VIP Experience tickets now available.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit 
www.iplayamerica.com/event/chris-lane
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5) Upcoming at BAMKids
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Peter Jay Sharp Building
30 Layfatte Ave.

BAMkids Music Series: 
Lucy Kalantari & the Jazz Kats (jazz)

Saturday November 9, 10:30 AM & 2:00 PM
Join Brooklyn’s own, Grammy award-winning, Lucy Kalantari & the Jazz Cats for an interactive concert of delightful, jazz-age inspired music. Kids dance and sing along with playful scatting and are encouraged to join in as the musicians rejoice in the simple joys of life. Drawing from her Dominican and Puerto Rican heritage, Kalantari incorporates bilingual songs for all ages in a multicultural celebration of community and togetherness.

Come early for a free musical warm-up with teaching artist Jono Waldman, where kids learn a jazz tune and devise a song! Activities begin 30 minutes before the show.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.bam.org/kids/2019/lucy-kalantari-and-the-jazz-cats
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6) Upcoming at Symphony Space
2537 Broadway
New York, NY

The Okee Dokee Brothers

Saturday November 9, 11:00 AM

By popular demand, this GRAMMY-winning Minnesota duo returns to the Just Kidding stage. Through their concerts, Joe and Justin remind children (and their adults) of their intrinsic ability to discover, imagine, and create through music. With witty lyrics, off-the-wall humor, strong musicianship, and a unique folk/bluegrass style, prepare for a hoe-down without leaving the city. They will perform songs from their latest album, Winterland, which won a Parents' Choice Gold award and was chosen the #1 album of the past year by the Fids & Kamily critics' poll.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit 
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7) Upcoming at Broadway Workshop
Ripley Grier Studios
520 Eighth Ave.
New York, NY

Broadway Day(Veterans 2019) 


Monday November 11, 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Ages 10 - 18

Join uBROADWAY DAY with TONY Nominee, GREY HENSON, Broadway's JESSICA VOSK, and BEETLEJUICE's BROOKE ENGEN.

This special one-day workshop experience will begin with a BEETLEJUICE Song & Dance Workshop, lead by Beetlejuice Dance Captain BROOKE ENGEN, who will give students a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to rehearse for the newest hit musical currently playing on Broadway.

Following the BEETLEJUICE workshop, students will participate in a Q&A with Broadway leading lady, JESSICA VOSK, who most recently completed a year-long run starring as Elphaba, in WICKED on Broadway and has appeared in the Broadway companies of Finding Neverland, Fiddler on the Roof, and The Bridges of Madison County.

Finally, students will have the opportunity to sing a song of their choice for one of the stars of MEAN GIRLS on Broadway, Tony Award Nominee GREY HENSON (Damian).  Grey, along with Broadway Workshop director MARC TUMMINELLI, will lead students in exercises to help bring their song material and audition/performance skills to the next level.

Class is limited to 16 students.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.broadwayworkshop.com/program/broadway-day-veterans-day-2019-ages-10-18
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8) Upcoming at TADA! Youth Theater
15 W. 28th St.
New York, NY

1-Day Camp 101 Dalmations

Monday November 11, 9:00 AM  - 5:30 PM

For more information, to register or to find out about other one day camps, visit www.tadatheater.com/1-day-camps.
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PR Firm Roundup

9) News from BroadwayCon

FOURTH ANNUAL
BROADWAYCON STAR TO BE 
TALENT COMPETITION RETURNS!
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JIMMY AWARDS®


Casting call! BroadwayCon is seeking specialty acts for the fourth annual BroadwayCon Star To Be competition in partnership with the Jimmy Awards®. Up to ten finalists will be selected to perform on the BroadwayCon MainStage for a panel of three celebrity judges and a room full of fellow Broadway fans on Saturday, January 25, 2020. 

Specialty acts should be inspired by a Broadway play or musical and recreatable at BroadwayCon. Vocal solos, duets, group numbers, dances, band performances, and more are all encouraged. Submissions are due by November 24, 2019, and finalists will be announced on December 12, 2019. The winner of BroadwayCon Star To Be, selected by our judges at BroadwayCon, will be awarded a General Pass and hotel accommodations for BroadwayCon 2021. For more information, please visit www.BroadwayCon.com/Star-To-Be.
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10) News from
Glenna Freedman PR

THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY
CRYSTAL FIELD, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
PRESENTS
HOOKED ON HAPPINESS
The Musical for a Cooler Planet
OPENS NOVEMBER 16th
AT THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY 
FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT 
November 7th through December 1st 


Theater for the New City (Crystal Field, Executive Director) today announced that it will present the world premiere of HOOKED ON HAPPINESS, a new musical about global warming, with book & lyrics by Tom Attea, music composed by Arthur Abrams, direction by Mark Marcante, and choreography by Mackenzie Surbey, which opens Sunday, November 16th.  The production is slated for a limited engagement, running from November 7th – December 1st at Theater for the New City, 155 First Avenue. Tickets are $15 ($10 for students and seniors) and can be purchased at the box office (212-254-1109), online HERE or by phone at (888) 549-4106.


HOOKED ON HAPPINESS spotlights a high-school drama class that decides to create their own original musical about climate change, instead of selecting from the musical and play their drama teacher has suggested. Many of their parents are very conservative, and the often frank, passionate content of their lyrics outrages members of the audience.


Concerned they may not have a future, a high school drama class forgoes staging a classic musical or play as their senior-class production in order to do a show about the global climate crisis. They want to join their voices with other young people across the globe to confront the threat our warming climate poses to their future. As one of the students says, “If 16-year-old Greta Thunberg could sail across the Atlantic to demonstrate against climate change, we should at least be able to do a show about it.”


When their drama teacher sees some of the material they've written – about parents being hooked on misery, glued to the news and, in the case of the parents who are Fundamentalist Christians, just waiting for the so-called End Times – she decides to let them go ahead with it. They pull no punches in their lyrics, and the parents who are outraged begin calling for the show to be shut down and the drama teacher to be fired. In response, the students threaten to go on strike. 


The playing schedule for Hooked on Happiness is as follows: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 3PM. Please note that there will be no performance on Thursday, November 28th, due to Thanksgiving

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11) News from DKC/O&M


11A) THE WORLD PREMIERE OF

ROSS GOLAN’S NEW MUSICAL

THE WRONG MAN

FINAL EXTENSION BY POPULAR DEMAND

AT MCC THEATER


NOW PLAYING THROUGH NOVEMBER 24


MCC Theater (Bob LuPoneBernie TelseyWill Cantler, Artistic Directors; Blake West, Executive Director) is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated World Premiere production of The Wrong Man, the new stage musical written by Ross Golan, has extended again by popular demand. Originally scheduled for a limited run through October 27, The Wrong Man will now play through Sunday, November 24 at The Newman Mills Theater at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space (511 West 52nd Street). For tickets and more information, please visit www.MCCTheater.org

In this singular and exciting new work, the wrong man meets the wrong woman in the wrong place at the wrong time. Set in Reno, Nevada, The Wrong Man tells the story of Duran, a man just scraping by, who is accused of a murder he says he didn’t commit. 

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11B) MCC THEATER

ANNOUNCES SECOND EXTENSION FOR


NEW YORK PREMIERE OF

SEARED

BY POPULAR DEMAND


TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH DECEMBER 15TH


MCC Theater (Bob LuPoneBernie TelseyWill Cantler, Artistic Directors; Blake West, Executive Director) is pleased to announce the final extension of the New York premiere of Seared by Pulitzer Prize finalist and two-time Emmy Award® nominee Theresa Rebeck (Bernhardt/Hamlet), with direction by Tony Award® nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel (MCC’s Hand to God). Previously scheduled for a limited run through November 10th and extended by popular demand through December 1stSeared will now play through Sunday, December 15th  at the Susan & Ronald Frankel Theater at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space (511 West 52nd Street). For tickets and more information, please visit www.MCCTheater.org

Seared is a new comedy by critically-acclaimed playwright Theresa Rebeck (Bernhardt/Hamlet) directed by Tony® nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel (MCC’s Hand to God). Brilliant, hot-headed chef Harry scores a mention in a food magazine with his signature scallops, and his business partner Mike finally sees profits within reach. The only problem? Harry refuses to recreate his masterpiece for the masses. Mix in a shrewd restaurant consultant and a waiter with dreams of his own and it all goes to hell in this hilarious and insightful new play that asks us to consider where art ends and commerce begins. Audiences get up close to the action as MCC’s flexible Frankel Theater is transformed into the intimate kitchen of a New York City restaurant.
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12) News from JT Public Relations


Designer-Led Boundless Theatre
to Present the New York Premiere of
MIGDALIA CRUZ’S
FUR
  Featuring Designs by
MARÍA-CRISTINA FUSTÉ, SARITA FELLOWS, REGINA GARCÍA, NATHAN LEIGH and GREGORIO BARRETO

Performances Through November 24, 2019
Opening Night November 8  
Fourth Street Theatre, 83 East 4th St.

Boundless Theatre Company (María-Cristina Fusté, Executive Artistic Director) will present the New York Premiere of Fur by Migdalia Cruz, directed by Elena Araoz as part of the Next Door at NYTW Series. Fur begins November 2 and will run through November 24, celebrating its opening night on November 8 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by visiting nytw.org/show/fur

In the midst of a post-apocalyptic sandstorm, Citrona, a young woman whose body is covered in fur, is purchased, caged and fetishized by a pet shop owner named Michael.  When he hires beautiful Nena to hunt for Citrona’s food, an absurd and captivating love triangle ensnares all three characters. Intense, primal and delightfully bizarre, Migdalia Cruz's Fur exposes the beating heart of impulsive, unconventional desire.
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13) News from KampFire PR

UNS*X ME HERE: 
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH

THREE-WEEK LIMITED OFF-BROADWAY ENGAGEMENT
NOVEMBER 8 – 23, 2019 AT THE BRICK 


OPENING NIGHT IS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 AT 7 P.M.

THE BRICK THEATER and OBVIOUS VOLCANO are pleased to announce the world premiere production of UNS*X ME HERE: THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, text written by William Shakespeare and directed by Maggie Cino. UNS*X ME HERE will play a three-week limited engagement at The Brick (579 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY). Performances begin Friday, November 8 and continue through Saturday, November 23. Opening Night is Saturday, November 9 (7 p.m.).  Tickets are $20 and available at BrickTheater.com.  Press performances are: Friday, November 8 at 7 p.m.(preview) and Saturday, November 9 at 7 p.m. (critics invited to all performances).

Although the play uses the pronouns as they are written in the original text, no one has been cast in a character that uses the same pronouns that the actor uses in daily life.  The characters will be portrayed by the actors as their preferred gender identity in their current physical body. 

UNS*X ME HERE plays the following regular schedule through Saturday, November 23

 Wednesdays at 7 p.m. 
 Thursdays at 7 p.m. 
 Fridays at 7 p.m. 
 Saturdays at 7 p.m. 

Tickets are $20 and are now available online at www.BrickTheater.com or by calling 866-811-4111. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the theater ½ hour prior to performance.
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14) News from Richard Hillman PR

14A) THE SCIENCE THEATER COMPANY
(ERIC KREBS, FOUNDER)
ANNOUNCES NEW PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE FOR
“THAT PHYSICS SHOW,” “THAT CHEMISTRY SHOW” AND “THAT INVENTIONS SHOW”
PERFORMANCES TO CONTINUE IN NOVEMBER & DECEMBER
AT THE PLAYROOM THEATER
(151 WEST 46TH STREET)
PERFORMANCES DURING CHRISTMAS WEEK (DECEMBER 21-30)
AT THE JACQUELINE ONASSIS HIGH SCHOOL
(120 WEST 46TH STREET)
The Science Theater Company, the theater company that “uses the magic of theatre to make science fun,” founded by Producer Eric Krebs announced today a new performance schedule for That Physics Show, That Chemistry Show and That Inventions Show. All three (3) shows will continue to be performed in repertory at The Playroom Theater (151 West 46th Street) during the months of November and December except during the week of Christmas (December 21-30) when they will be presented down the block at The Jacqueline Onassis High School (120 West 46th Street).

The Science Theater Company, the theater company that “uses the magic of theatre to make science fun,” founded by Producer Eric Krebs announced today a new performance schedule for That Physics Show, That Chemistry Show and That Inventions Show. All three (3) shows will continue to be performed in repertory at The Playroom Theater (151 West 46th Street) during the months of November and December except during the week of Christmas (December 21-30) when they will be presented down the block at The Jacqueline Onassis High School (120 West 46th Street).

That Chemistry Show, now in its third year was created by Borislaw Bilash, long time chemistry professor and educator. Some 30 demonstrations, each with a name range from "Dragon's Breath and "Elephant Toothpaste" to "Exploding Cloud" and "Genie in a Bottle."

That Inventions Show presented in association with “The Museum of Interesting Things” and its founder Denny Daniel, traces the history of inventions from 1850 to the present and includes hands-on demonstrations of the first sound recordings, early projections and film, steam engines, telephones, ingenious toys and a multitude of other electric, electronic and mechanical inventions that have led to our current world.

That Physics Show, That Chemistry Show and That Inventions Show will continue at The Playroom Theater (151 West 46th Street) through December 20th. From December 21st through December 30th they will be presented at The Jacqueline Onassis High School (120 West 46th Street). For a full schedule of performances and to purchase tickets visit www.sciencetheatercompany.com or call Ovation Tix at 866-811-4111. To schedule special performances for school or camp groups call (212) 967-8278.

For more information, please visit www.sciencetheatercompany.com.

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14B) AMAS MUSICAL THEATRE
IN ASSOCIATION WITH SAM MCKELTON, INTO THE DEEP PRODUCTIONS, LLC
PRESENTS
“MIGHTY FUNNY KINDA’ LOVE” (A GOD SIB’S TALE)
PART OF THE AMAS “DARE TO BE DIFFERENT” SERIES
A.R.T./NEW YORK THEATRES (502 WEST 53RD STREET)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 @ 3PM & 7PM
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 @ 7PM
 Amas Musical Theatre (Donna Trinkoff, Artistic Producer), in association with Sam McKelton, Into the Deep Productions, LLC will present Mighty Funny Kinda’ Love ( A God - sibs’ Tale), a new musical with book, music and lyrics by Pamela Baskin-Watson and book by Nedra Dixon, for three (3) performances only: Thursday, November 7 at 3pm & 7pm and Friday, November 8 at 7pm at A.R.T. /New York Theatres (502 West 53rd Street – 10th Avenue & 53rd Street) as part of its “Dare to Be Different” series.
In Mighty Funny Kinda’ Love, inspired by the Langston Hughes poem “Mother to Son,” when forbidden love and racial tensions take over a small town, eight women are made to confront their fears from the past, as they give birth to a new vision for the future.
Tickets are FREE, however reservations are required and may be obtained here. For more information, please call (212) 563-2565.
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14C) A ONE-NIGHT ONLY SPECIAL EVENT!
ABINGDON THEATRE COMPANY
TO PRESENT
ROBIN & ME: MY LITTLE SPARK OF MADNESS
A SOLO WORK
WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY DAVE DROXLER
DIRECTED BY DEVIN DUNNE CANNON
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th @ 7:00PM
AT THE LUCILLE LORTEL THEATRE
(121 CHRISTOPHER STREET, NYC)
Abingdon Theatre Company (Chad Austin, Artistic Director) beginning its 27th season will present a one-night only special event: a staged reading of Robin & Me: My Little Spark of Madness, a new solo work written and performed by Dave Droxler, directed by Devin Dunne Cannon at The Lucille Lortel Theatre (121 Christopher Street), onMonday, November 11th at 7pm.
Robin &1; Me is a fast-paced, semi-autobiographical, one-man show about how a little boy named Dave creates an imaginary friend of Robin Williams to help him navigate through his anxiety and the rough terrain of life. But as Dave’s relationship with his father becomes more strained through the years, and he learns he’ll become the father of a boy himself, everything culminates into a tidal wave of feelings that can only be harbored by Robins help.
Tickets for Robin & Me are $27 (in celebration of the company’s 27th Anniversary Season Off Broadway) and may be purchased online here.
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15)News from Vivacity Media Group

Slava's Snow Show 

RETURNS TO BROADWAY
FOR A LIMITED HOLIDAY ENGAGEMENT
AT THE STEPHEN SONDHEIM THEATRE
NOVEMBER 11, 2019 – JANUARY 5, 2020
OPENING NIGHT NOVEMBER 13

Producers David Carpenter, John Arthur Pinckard, and Hunter Arnold are thrilled to announce that the Olivier Award-winning, international sensation SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW will be returning to Broadway this winter for a limited holiday engagement at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre (124 W 43rd St., NYC) from November 11, 2019 through January 5, 2020 with an official opening night of November 13, 2019. Tickets are on sale now at Telecharge.com.
Returning to the New York stage for the first time in over a decade to delight a whole new generation of theatergoers, the singular troupe of SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW brings its spellbinding and romantically wistful theatrical adventure back stateside for the holiday season. Unleashing a breathtaking artistic thrill ride for audiences of all ages and languages, the show offers a dreamlike vision that overflows with magical dynamism and humorous antics, set within an absurd and surrealistic world. Each scene paints a picture: an unlikely shark swimming in a misty sea; heart-breaking goodbyes on a railway platform; an entire audience enveloped in a gigantic web; a wave of vibrant balloons bouncing off the fingertips of theatergoers; and a world-renowned roaring snowstorm of a finale that’s sure to leave audiences spellbound.

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