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Arnold Schoenberg and Jewish Modernity
Free screening of Arnold Schoenbergs Moses und Aron precedes the lecture at 4 pm
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( Center for Jewish History and Leo Baeck Institute)
Center for Jewish History and Leo Baeck Institute
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Marc Caplan, 2014-15 Cahnman Senior Scholar at CJH, will present his groundbreaking research on Jewish modernity in conjunction with a screening of Arnold Schoenbergs Moses und Aron. His research in the collections at the Center informs his reinterpretation of Schoenbergs famous opera that was written in the context of growing anti-Semitism in the 1920s. A screening of the film will precede the lecture and enrich the conversation. Light refreshments at 6 pm.

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.
NPR’s All Things Considered Explores Every Brilliant Thing with Ben Brantley, cast & the creative team. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
“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 **Whil

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:

Hunter Gatherers
Pam and Richard are hosting their best friends, Wendy and Tom, for an annual dinner get-together. An animal sacrifice kicks off the evening, followed by a little more sex, violence, deception, wrestling, and dancing than at previous parties. A darkly comic evening where the line between civilized and primal man is blurred, and where not everyone will survive long enough to enjoy the brownies for dessert.
Venue: ( Duo Theatre)
Duo Theatre
Producer: ( Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company)
Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Playhouse Creatures proudly presents the NYC debut of Hunter Gatherers by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb. Staged at the historic Duo Multicultural Arts Center (in the heart of The East Village's Theatre Row), this savage comedy is directed by Playhouse Creatures Company member, Eric Tucker (Director of the Year, Wall Street Journal, 2014). The cast includes Emily Dahlke, Megan O'Leary*, Joseph W. Rodriguez*, and John Russell*.

Previews March 3-6, opens March 7th, and runs Tuesday-Saturday 8pm only through Saturday March 28th.

Location: the Duo Theatre Multicultural Arts Center,62 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003. Second Floor. This venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Hunter Gatherers is the winner of the 2007 ATCA/Steinberg New Play Award and the 2006 Will Glickman Award.

Hunter Gatherers is bloody brilliant - Vancover Presents

'Hunter Gatherers' has power to repulse and convulse, at the same time -Seattle Times

*Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

To kick off a season that explores gender warfare, victim shaming, racial bias and police corruption, The Seeing Place Theater brings you Shakespeare's timeless drama, OTHELLO. Staged in modern dress with a deep focus on the language, this story is brought to life through the lens of one central dilemma:

How can your ego survive when “the other” stands in your way?

Venue: ( Clarion Theatre)
Clarion Theatre
Producer: ( The Seeing Place Theater)
The Seeing Place Theater
City: New York

Additional Notes:
After Othello, a black Arab, is made General and appointed leader of a wartime military operation, he chooses a scholar as his lieutenant and marries a powerful senator's daughter without his consent. Sick of being passed over, Othello's closest friend and best soldier uses his influence to make a deadly point.

“We live in a world that pretends it is accepting of others, while silently or overtly belittling people we do not understand, “ says TSP Artistic Director, Brandon Walker. “It is not just a black play - our ensemble is exploring this story as it relates to all of us today, particularly in our current climate of strained Arab/American relations. OTHELLOs themes highlight a strong need for empathy with respect to all races, genders, economic classes and religious beliefs.”

This production of OTHELLO is visceral, immediate, and spoken in a way that anyone can understand.

Starring Esther Chen, Erin Cronican*, John D'Arcangelo, Lex Daemon, Ian Moses Eaton*, Brisa Freitas, Logan Keeler, Daniel Michael Perez, Lila Smith*, Carla Torgrimson and Brandon Walker*. Understudies: Mary Ruth Baggott, Alex Witherow. (*=member of AEA).

Co-Directed by Brandon Walker and Erin Cronican. Original Music by Donna Kendall Stearns. Lighting Design by Duane Pagano. Assistant Directed by Mary Ruth Baggott.

SPECIAL PRICE: Tickets Only $15

February 26-March 15, 2015
Tue-Sat @ 7pm, Sun @ 2pm.
Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes plus 1 intermission

THEATER INFO:(new home!)
The Seeing Place @ the Clarion Theatre
309 East 26th St, at 2nd Ave. NYC

Now in its 6th Season, The Seeing Place is an actor-driven company: built by actors and managed by actors to be a base for actors who want to grow & hone their craft in a creative and supportive artistic home. We are

Without-a-Net: Cafe Pen
Five people in a town built around a penitentiary, airing fresh ideas and dirty laundry.
Venue: ( Shetler Studios)
Shetler Studios
Producer: ( Artistic New Directions)
Artistic New Directions
City: New York

Additional Notes:
The script has been given to 5 directors. Each director has cast the play with a team of five actor/improvisors and each team has rehearsed the play in their own unique way. At no time during rehearsal will the separate casts communicate with each other. For each performance, one actor/character from each team will perform. Actors are kept isolated from each other and meet one another in character -- for the first time on stage.25 performances. 25 different casts. All flying “Without-A-Net”.

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