BOTTOM LINE: A captivating musical about an Egyptian band in an Israeli desert in which humor, beauty, and talent all fuse together seamlessly.
"Once not long ago a group of musicians came to Israel from Egypt. You probably didn’t hear about it. It wasn’t very important." With these lines, projected during the overture, The Band's Visit begins. The thing is, what seems unimportant can, if we are open to the possibility, affect our life, or at the very least, touch our heart...
BOTTOM LINE: The Negro Ensemble Company celebrates their illustrious fifty-year history with Douglas Turner Ward’s Day of Absence, a revival of one of the most important satires of the twentieth century.
BOTTOM LINE: In Between Silence, where we really exist is a sensory experience and a master class in storytelling, using beautiful soundscapes to subtly underscore the beautiful complexity of the human experience.
BOTTOM LINE: The legendary fashion designer returns as the narrator for the 10th anniversary of this modern take on the classic children’s story, and brings his wit, New York sensibility, and charming costumes to delight wee ones and adults.
The Box Show, 10/20-10/22 - Best Bet
The Extraordinary Fall of the Four-Legged Woman, 10/20-10/29
The Fall, 10/5-10/18
Homo Sapiens Interruptus, 10/15-10/29 - Best Bet
Pucker Up and Blow, 9/11-10/17
The Radicalization of Rolfe, 10/23-10/29
Piaf and Brel (The Impossible Concert), 10/4-10/19
Yokes Night, 10/13-10/23