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Central Park Walking Tour
uncover some of NYC's treasure spots during a photo walking tour of Central Park
Venue: ( Pultizer Fountain)
Pultizer Fountain
Producer: ( Allen Batista Travel, Inc.)
Allen Batista Travel, Inc.
City: new york

Additional Notes:
Grab your camera and get ready to capture the natural beauty of Central Park while taking tips from a professional photographer and Licensed Guide . You will be learning about the park's many sights. With 843 acres of pastoral beauty in the heart of the city, Central Park has so many photo ops you'd never find them all without a guide.You'll see The Mall, The Ramble, The Point, The Bow Bridge, Bethesda Fountain, The Literary Walk, Cherry Hill, The Lake, and vistas as far as the eye can see.And with your guides along, you'll know exactly what you're shooting and how best to shoot it.

Every Brilliant Thing
Friday, December 05, 2014 through Sunday, March 29, 2015
A North American premiere of an award-winning new play
Venue: ( Barrow Street Theatre)
Barrow Street Theatre
Producer: ( Barrow Street Theatre)
Barrow Street Theatre
City: New York

Additional Notes:
1. Ice cream, 2. Water fights, 3. Things with stripes, 4. Christopher Walken’s voice, 5. Rollercoasters. In Every Brilliant Thing, a young boy attempts to ease his mother's depression by creating a list of all the best things in the world. Everything worth living for. Through adulthood, as the list grows, he learns the deep significance it has on his own life. Every Brilliant Thing is a new play about depression and the lengths we go to for those we love. Written by Duncan Macmillan. With Jonny Donahoe. Directed by George Perrin. “Pretty much guaranteed to KEEP YOUR EYES BRIMMING!" – New York Times CRITICS' PICKA HIGH-WIRE ACT! ...Another BRILLIANT THING to add to the list.” – Daily News “Not just affecting, but about AS BRILLIANT AS THEATRE CAN GET.” – Talkin' Broadway “Every Brilliant Thing SPARKLES.” – Associated Press “A TOUCHING AND UNUSUAL new work. I found this all quite BEAUTIFUL.” – New York Magazine “HEART-WRENCHING AND HILARIOUS! One of the funniest plays you’ll ever see about depression – and possibly ONE OF THE FUNNIEST PLAYS YOU’LL EVER SEE – FULL STOP.” – The Guardian “An off-kilter love story that is FUNNY, TOUCHING AND SURPRISINGLY UPLIFTING. solid gold heart.” – The Telegraph “Filled to the brim with joy. BEAUTIFUL, HEART WRENCHING AND VERY FUNNY. BRILLIANT.” – Time Out London 4 STARS The Guardian The Telegraph TimeOut London Whats On Stage The Independent The Sunday Times The Scotsman The Evening Standard The London Times A Younger Theatre Broadway Baby The Edinburgh Spotlight Exuent Magazine Fest Magazine Theater Guide London **While presented in a lighthearted way, this play contains themes that may not be appropriate for younger audiences.

Gallery Admissions
CJH and YUM admissions
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
City: New York

Additional Notes:

Helen of Troy, New York
Rambunctious and silly as only the flapper decade could be. Book by Kaufman and Connelly, songs by Kalmar and Ruby. This is true American musical comedy - tin pan alley at its best!
Venue: ( Medicine Show Theatre)
Medicine Show Theatre
Producer: ( Medicine Show)
Medicine Show
City: New York

Additional Notes:
The hilarious 1923 script and score were thought lost for decades. Medicine Show painstakingly re-constructed them to find they are just as funny and timely today as they parody advertising and big business. The vaudeville-inspired humor is timeless too. With Kaufman's You Can't Take It With You taking Broadway by storm and Downton Abbey filling the airwaves, this is an entertaining and unique look at the 1920s, written by the people who were there.

Laundry and Bourbon / Lone Star
Directed by Alice Spivak
Venue: ( TBG Theatre)
TBG Theatre
Producer: ( OnTheRoad Repertory Company)
OnTheRoad Repertory Company
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Laundry and Bourbon: Elizabeth forlornly waits for her husband, Roy, hoping he is safe. She is visited by her best friend, Hattie, a raucous distraction, and by Amy Lee, the town gossip. Lone Star: Roy is drinking himself into a stupor, while his brother, Ray, attempts to pull him around. The two of them are set upon by Cletis, who has some horrible news. Physical violence erupts.??

My Son The Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy

Venue: ( The Triad Theater)
The Triad Theater
Producer: ( Dana Matthow & Philip Roger Roy)
Dana Matthow & Philip Roger Roy
City: New York

Additional Notes:

If you ever longed for something, If you ever desired it with all your heart, If you were willing to wait tables for 29 years to pursue your dream then My Son The Waiter will give meaning to your Life!

The Seating
VIP SEATING- Enjoy our very best reserved table seating in the front of the orchestra
SEAT LOCATIONS Seating locations will be assigned by the Theater staff based on the section you purchase

TRIAD THEATRE HAS A TWO DRINK MIN requirement in addition to the ticket price (drinks start at $6.00)

The Divorcees Club
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 through Sunday, March 22, 2015
A Comedy About Movin’ In and Movin’ On by Alil Vardar
Venue: ( Penn's Landing Playhouse)
Penn's Landing Playhouse
Producer: ( Bridget Enterprises)
Bridget Enterprises
City: Philadelphia

Additional Notes:
USA Premier of the Hit Comedy (10 yrs +)
from Paris France!

A hilarious, comedic portrayal of three very different divorced women – Bethany the aristocrat, Bridget the country girl and Mary the “exotic” seductress from New Jersey – all forced by circumstances to share an apartment and join forces on a hunt for the perfect man. Their quest is the platform to debate male & female relationships, love, and trust, with an insightful and humorous take on life’s true priorities. The original European production has entertained over 3 million people in the last 10 years. Laughs are the real star of the show, the true motivation behind every line and the body language of every member of this most unusual club.

Discount Parking Provided at the DRWC outdoor parking lot next to the Theater (North of the Museum). You MUST enter the parking lot at 211 S. Columbus Blvd. entrance (at Walnut Street) only.
YOU MUST SEE ATTENDANT WHO IS THERE no earlier than 2 HOURS prior to show time. They will need to collect $10 cash only (This is for theater patrons and subject to availability). This is the closest and easiest parking to the Theater, Plenty of Handicapped spaces available.
No parking discounts when entering at Penn's Landing Parking at Market Street entrance or early entry.

The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers In Concert
Traditional music, dancers, and stories of the Native Peoples of North America!
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:
There will be dances, stories and traditional music from the Iroquois and Native Peoples of the Northeast, Southwest and Great Plains regions. The event has become a treasured New York tradition for celebrating our diversity by honoring the culture of our first Americans.A Pow-Wow is more than just a spectator event: it is a joyous reunion for native peoples nationwide and an opportunity for the non-Indian community to voyage into the philosophy and beauty of Native culture. Traditionally a gathering and sharing of events, Pow-Wows have come to include spectacular dance competitions, exhibitions, and enjoyment of traditional foods. Highlights will include storytelling by Matoka Eagle (Santo Domingo, Tewa), a Hoop Dance by Marie Ponce (Cherokee), an Eagle Dance from the Hopi Tribe by Raymond Two Feathers (Cherokee), a Grass Dance and Jingle Dress Dance (from the Northern Plains people), a Stomp Dance (from the Southeastern tribes), a Shawl Dance (from the Oklahoma tribes), a Deer Dance (from the Yaqui Tribes of Southern Arizona) and a Robin Dance and Smoke Dance (from the Iroquois). As the audience enters the theater, they will be serenaded by the Heyna Second Son Singers (various tribes). In the final section of the program, the audience will be invited to join in the Round Dance, a Friendship Dance (in evening shows) and a Contest Dance (in matinees).

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