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Cooking with the Calamari Sisters
- Philadelphia Inquirer
Venue: ( Independence Seaport Museum)
Independence Seaport Museum
Producer: ( Playhouse Productions)
Playhouse Productions
City: Philadelphia

Additional Notes:
Cooking with the Calamari Sisters is an uproarious and unique show that will keep you laughing out loud from curtain to curtain
- New Jersey Herald

Delightful and Absolutely Delicious
- NY Newsday

Hilarity, delicious dishes and two over-the-top plus-size Italian Sisters from Brooklyn (stars of their very own fictional cable television show) take you on a Tour de Force of Italian, pop & show tunes and cuisine as they sing (Volare, Botcha – Me and much more), dance, joke, and laugh through a very special cooking lesson! Straight from sold out engagements across the country, Delphine & Carmela perform outrageous musical numbers, while designing their latest culinary offerings. Don't be surprised if they get a bit naughty when they update their treasured family recipes with saucy secrets and anecdotes that will leave you rolling in the aisles. And who knows? You may get a chance to sample these two sisters' kitchen creations. Be prepared to eat your heart out and laugh until your sides hurt.

Diary of a Madman
Only in his madness does the lowly anti-hero attain greatness! 
Venue: ( American Theater of Actors)
American Theater of Actors
Producer: ( A Perfect World Productions)
A Perfect World Productions
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Diary of A Madman won the LA Weekly Theater Award for Best Solo Performance.An absolute must-see!( and fascinating one-man turn... Remarkable! “Go!” (LA Weekly).Nikolai Gogols dark piece as re-imagined by Ilia Volok centers on the gradual decline into insanity by Poprishchin, a low-ranking civil servant who yearns to be noticed by the beautiful daughter of a senior official. More than just unrequited love, MADMAN delves into class wars and an everymans quest for individuality in an indifferent urban city.

Click here to see a trailer for Diary Of A Madman

Click here to read Broadway World's interview with Ilia Volok

Hotel 220: ¿Quien mato a la Mucama?

Venue: ( Clemente Cultural Center)
Clemente Cultural Center
Producer: ( LATEA Theater)
LATEA Theater
City: New York

Additional Notes:
HORROR Y COMEDIA EN TEATRO LATEATeatro Latea en unión a BORIMIX presentan nuevas funciones de HOTEL 220 ¿Quién mató a la Mucama?, el viernes 24 y sabado 25 de noviembre de 2017, en el Teatro LATEA, Lower East Side, Manhattan. Este show une la creatividad de jóvenes latinoamericanos que, por medio de la improvisación teatral, la música y “sketches” de comedia, se embarcarán a contar historias, para así averiguar cómo desapareció la Mucama del Hotel 220. Este nuevo concepto al estilo “Clue”, dará la oportunidad a los personajes de acusar a los sospechosos, con un objeto y en un lugar específico. Los actores tendrán que probar su inocencia por medio de la improvisación teatral, comedia y tal vez tragedia.Actores:Andrés López-AliceaGilberto Gabriel Díaz FloresZuleinette RalatChristopher Cuevas FelicianoVenuz Delmar.Invitada especial: Ursula TinocoEntrada: $15.00Estudiantes con I.D: $10.00Boletos en smarttix.comPara más información pueden llamar al 212-529-1948.

Book by Yip Harburg and Fred Saidy with Music By Harold Arlen
Venue: ( Tato Laviera Theatre)
Tato Laviera Theatre
Producer: ( Harlem Repertory Theatre)
Harlem Repertory Theatre
City: NY

Additional Notes:
In honor of JAMAICA's incredible 60th anniversary – the HRT will produce this legendary musical theatre treasure, that made Lena Horne a Broadway Star. JAMAICA features a book by Fred Saidy and Yip Harburg. The Lyrics are by Harburg and the music was created by Harold Arlen, the two musical icons who created FINAIN'S RAINBOW and THE WIZARD OF OZ! A talented cast of the HRT's finest singers, The award winning director, Keith Lee Grant's imaginative staging and Mary Myers' colorful and elegant costumes will bring this forgotten treasure back to New York City for the first time since its 1957 opening on Broadway six decades ago.

Lady of the Castle
The Aviva Players and Algonquin Theater Productions present...2 PERFORMANCES ONLY 11/25 + 11/27...of LADY OF THE CASTLE, A Chamber Opera Based on an Israeli play by Lea Goldberg. Music & Lyrics by Mira J. Specktor. Directed by Lissa Moira
Venue: ( SCANDINAVIA HOUSE - Victor Borge Hall)
Producer: ( The Aviva Players and Algonquin Theater Productions PRESENT...)
The Aviva Players and Algonquin Theater Productions PRESENT...
City: New York

Additional Notes:
This opera is based on true story about one of the “Hidden Children “ - a young Jewish girl found in darkness after the Holocaust in 1947. Performed in the US and Europe, it premiered in New York City in 1980. It is relevant today in todays anti refugees & ant-semitism. “A heart-wrenching opera tackling life after the Holocaust.” -Theater Made Easy (2017) On ORIGINAL CAST RECORDS CD Lady of The CastleA Ghostly Post-Holocaust Chamber OperaBased on a True Story & An Israeli Play by Lea GoldbergMusic & Lyrics by Mira J Spektor Directed by Lissa MoiraMusic Direction by Alberto Nevada Lozano The Cast: Darcy Dunn, Douglas McDonnell, Bennett Pologe, Amanda Yachechak

Le Scandal Cabaret
NYC's Longest Running Burlesque Variety Show!
Venue: ( West Bank Cafe)
West Bank Cafe
Producer: ( Le Scandal Cabaret, LLC)
Le Scandal Cabaret, LLC
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Le Scandal Cabaret Valentine's Day Extravaganza
Special February 14th Show!

NYC's longest running burlesque variety show, includes your very own burlesque surprise gift, a complimentary glass of Cava Prosecco, and an all star line up of international burlesque and variety circus acts, accompanied by the Le Scandal burlesque band.

Le Scandal Cabaret is NYC's longest running burlesque variety show, featuring circus acts, variety performers, live music, and a bevy of burlesque beauties. Le Scandal performers include a sword swallowing bellydancer, a contortionist, lasso rope trick cowboy, a comedic juggler, a clever magician, a sultry torch singing fan dancer, and many more innovative and cutting edge performers, all to the live music styling of the Le Scandal Orchestra.

Audience comments, Only in NYC can we see this!

Glamorous burlesque, edgy downtown performance art, with a dash of Coney Island. This show has all the eye popping wow factor.

$20.00 minimum per person.

NY Times Critic's Pick!

My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm Home For The Holidays
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS is an ALL-NEW holiday version of MY MOTHER'S ITALIAN, MY FATHER'S JEWISH & I'M HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS! We re-visit the antics of Steve Solomon's family!Starring Peter Fogel
Venue: ( Huntington Beach Central Library Theatre)
Huntington Beach Central Library Theatre
Producer: ( Playhouse Productions)
Playhouse Productions
City: Huntington Beach

Additional Notes:
Home for the Holidays is an all NEW SHOW from Steve Solomon (the star and creator of one of the longest running HIT one-man comedy shows in history, My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm in Therapy...)- we bring you Just in time for Hannukah and Christmas: My Mothers Italian, My Fathers Jewish & Im Home for the Holidays!

We Bring you a totally different evening of Hilarious Family Dysfunction! When the family arrives home to celebrate the holidays, Steve is thrown together with all his dysfunctional family members in a riotous celebration of the holiday season.

We all get to attend holiday dinner at Grandmas where, if youre under 55,you still sit at the childrens table & thirty five over-fed people share one toilet!

It makes you appreciate Let there be Peace on Earth, Good Will Towards Men, Batteries Not Included and Wheres the Plunger?

** This show contains adult material and is recommended for mature audiences only **

Prague, 1912 (the Savoy Café Yiddish Theatre)
Prague, 1912 is a comedy based on historic personalities of the Yiddish Theater. 
Venue: ( Theater For the New City)
Theater For the New City
Producer: ( Theater for the New City)
Theater for the New City
City: New York

Additional Notes:
A vagabond acting company comes to Prague: it's Jak Lowy and his leading lady, Mme. Trassik. Lowy is a veteran actor who has put stars in her eyes and they are lovers.  When they act together, it's magic, but their repertoire is a shambles and they subsist more by selling baked sweet potatoes than by selling tickets to their unconventional versions of classic plays.  What emerges is a backstage comedy of their love-hate relationship and their entrapment of a sympathetic local writer named Gregor Samsa -- a joyride through this trio's creative process that is a celebration of everyone's love for the theater.  Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave, will premiere the work November 9 to 26, directed by George Ferencz.Ferencz guided playwright Hauser in the evolution of the play, which was written between 2009 and her death in 2011. The characters Lowy and Trassik are loosely inspired by the Yiddish Theater figures Itzhak Lowy, a prominent Polish Yiddish Theater actor who died in the Treblinka extermination camp, and Mania Tshissik, a member of his troupe.  They were both bullheaded, constantly at loggerheads and obstinate with each other. Jenne Vath plays Mme. Trassik, John Barilla plays Lowy and Jason Howard plays Gregor Samsa.  Alex Wilborn provides vintage WWI yiddish songs on the cornet. Set and lighting dsign are by Mark Marcante. Costume design is by three-time Emmy winner Sally Lesser. Sound design is by Obie-winner Tim Schellenbaum.  Special Props are designed by Lytza Colon. Stage Manager is Karen Pontius.Playwright Lu Hauser (1924-2011) was a classical actress who turned to playwriting.  Her works have been produced at EST, The Cherry Lane, The 92nd Street Y, The Public, The Actors Theater of Louisville, Intiman Theater of Seattle, the New Stage Theater of Jackson, Mississippi, and The Goodman Theater in Chicago. Her Lincoln on Hester Street was awarded the first place prize by the American Alliance for Theater and Education and was produced at Theater For t

Scraps from a Crazy Quilt
Thursday, November 09, 2017 through Sunday, November 26, 2017

Venue: ( Theater For the New City)
Theater For the New City
Producer: ( Theater for the New City)
Theater for the New City
City: New York

Additional Notes:
The Theater for the New City is pleased to present Walter Corwin’s SCRAPS FOR A CRAZY QUILT a kaleidoscope of New York characters and scenarios from the not-too-distant dystopian future of America, a dystopia that is already upon us. Referencing Brecht’s groundbreaking work The Private Life of the Master Race, which was produced in 1938 in Paris, Corwin’s SCRAPS FOR A CRAZY QUILT is a cautionary series of playlets, most of which sardonically illustrate a particular ill facing our nation, from healthcare, to freedom of expression, to the deterioration of education and the rise of social media. Sarah Germain Lilly, T. Scott Lilly, Juan Villegas, and Dan Kelley personify these crises, performing in the roles of proletarians, presidents and college professors as they cycle through the chain of events spawned by the increasingly dark cloud spreading over American democracy. As more and more Trump Towers spring up and throw Corwin’s city into perpetual shade, and the Statue of Liberty is literally dismembered by grumpy workmen, there is a bit of room for redemption through individual acts of kindness. Still, the accuracy of Brecht’s foreboding instinct inevitably plays on the viewer’s minds, as is Corwin’s intention, and his warning. Walter Corwin has been presenting his surreal comedies at the Theater for the New City for many years. He was a protegé of the playwright Ed Bullins and a veteran of the Actors Studio and Herbert Bergof Studio. Corwin’s plays have been produced at LaMama and The Public Theater. Director Dan Kelley is a member of the Theater for the New City based comedy troupe Wise Guise and directed Corwin’s last presentation Laughter After Midnight a dark comedy about the first woman president performed during the election of 2016.

The Life and Sounds of Simon & Garfunkel

Venue: ( Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center)
Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center
Producer: ( DBA Mizner Theater)
DBA Mizner Theater
City: Boca Raton

Additional Notes:
Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel rose to prominence in 1966 with voices that blended like siblings, applying Everly Brothers-inspired harmonies to Simons songs. They quickly became the most popular folk-rock duo of the sixties. This program traces the arc of Simon and Garfunkels success from their childhood beginnings in Queens, N.Y., when they began singing together at age 12.

By 1963, the duo had already built a reputation around Greenwich Village, after singing together throughout high school and cutting a record as 16-year-olds. But, their debut album for Columbia languished until their producer secretly went back into the studio and added electric guitar, bass and drums to “The Sound of Silence,” and Simon and Garfunkel had a #1 hit. They released six albums, winning 10 Grammy Awards, and youll hear many of those beloved songs performed amid stimulating commentary on their career as a duo and on their personal lives. This unique and memorable program blends dramatic slides with a live performance of their intricate close-harmony songs by Joan Friedenberg and Bill Bowen, who sing professionally as the PinkSlip Duo. And, lyrics to the songs will be projected for audience sing-along.

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