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  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7 PM
    Pangea, 178 Second Avenue, New York, NY

    Photo Credit: Albie Mitchell Poster: Monica Passin A musical memoir written and performed by Deborah Karpel with Michael Lewis Smith, piano, Aimee Todoroff, director. Singer-actress-writer Deborah Karpel mixes autobiographical characters and events with imaginary stand-ins. The story follows her mothers upbringing as a Jewish girl in coal mining Appalachia, VA, her parents meeting at a Catskills socialist summer resort, growing up in 1970s suburbia, and twists of fate that lead Deborah to the music of her grandfather. THE MIDWOOD MIRACLE features original compositions written with Ted Kociolek and Rachelle Garniez along with traditional Americana, western swing, operatic arias, improvised art songs, and Yiddish songs. Performer/Writer Deborah Karpels favorite stage credits include originating the role of Sonny in Jeff Weisss Obie award-winning live serial, HOT KEYS; playing/singing Jill Johns in Yarmolinsky/Bernsteins opera BLIND WITNESS NEWS; and five formative years with Shock of the Funny, an improvisational theater group. She is a frequent recitalist at Lincoln Centers Bruno Walter Auditorium and performs with Ismail Butera and David Hofstra as THE EAST SIDE TRIO all over the greater New York area. "The Midwood Miracle at Emerging Artists Theaters New Works Festival on October 3, featured the deeply gifted singer-actress Deborah Karpel, who painted a hilariously authentic and very touching portrait of her highly individual, unconventional parents and her search for cultural roots in a 1960s American Dream boomtown of Queens." - David Noh, The Gay City News, January 3, 2018 "Karpel's vocals boast a natural allure so hot it ought to be licensed, taxed and regulated." Seth Rogovy, Author - The Essential Klezmer "A wonderfully varied, charismatic, and magnificent singer with a heartrending voice." Recklinghausen Zeitung, 2009 All Sales Are Final. Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food or beverage minimum at the tables. DINNER SEATING BEGINS AT 6:00PM. THE HOUSE OPENS ONE HOUR BEFORE THE SHOW. SEATING IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. Late arrivals will be seated at management's discretion. Downtown's intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max's Kansas City from days gone by."

  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    8:30 PM
    The Bowery Ballroom 6 Delancey St New York NY

    Despite our best efforts, there are some things we just can’t outrun. Everything catches up to us in the end, no matter what we do to hide from it. It’s a reality that Petal’s Kiley Lotz examines on Magic Gone, the band’s latest full-length album on Run For Cover. Recorded over the course of a month at Studio 4 in Conshohocken, PA, Magic Gone is a bitingly honest look at adulthood, accountability, responsibility, mental health and the difficulties that go along with each of them. “I was a closeted queer person struggling with chronic mental health disorders,” says Lotz of the three year period that inspired the album. “There comes a moment where all the paranoia, anxiety and pain become too much and you realize the structure you built to survive is no longer is going to serve you. I had to make some very big life changes to make sure I didn’t die. It was not easy taking that level of control over my life after spending many years worrying about upsetting others and being the best and most successful person I could be.” That’s not to say that the last few years have only been negative for Lotz - there were a lot of great moments, too. She moved from New York City to Philadelphia, changed her focus from acting and theatre to music, toured with Julien Baker, Slingshot Dakota, and Kevin Devine, and chose to come out and live openly as queer, which she looks back on as one of the most beneficial decisions she’s ever made. “Coming out was the beginning of a long and continuing process of self actualization, of taking a hard look at myself and the problems I had, and how I could fix them,” says Lotz. Still, the highs of her rapidly changing life weren’t able to outweigh the lows, and in early 2017, Lotz found herself hitting a breaking point. Her mental health was rapidly declining, and after a relapse of suicidality, she made the difficult decision to prioritize her health above all else and move back to her hometown to enter intensive treatment for her major depressive and panic disorders. It was that duality - the valley between the positives and negatives of life that she’d experienced - that inspired Magic Gone and its two halves. Side A, titled Tightrope Walker, features songs Lotz wrote before entering treatment, while Side B, Miracle Clinger, is comprised of songs she wrote in recovery. “I think those two parts of me are what kept me alive,” Lotz explains. “I became so skilled at the act of getting through every day that I trusted that ability, but knew if I slipped I could face a bad end. Still, I couldn’t help but have faith in myself and people and...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    1:30 PM
    National Opera Center: Marc A. Scorca Hall, 330 7th Ave, New York, NY

    Join 2018 ASCAP Morton Gould Award-wining composer Aferdian Stephens for an afternoon of new music at The National Opera Center. The Music of Aferdian Stephens, presented in concert on July 21st and music directed by Robert Frost, will feature Mr. Stephens setting of Langston Hughes Seven Moments of Love, a scene from the forthcoming opera John Dumpty written with Ms. Martin Koch, and two commissions inspired by Jane Austens Sense & Sensibility. These works will be brought to vivid life by the rich voices of Meagan Martin, praised for her liquid mezzo, and NYC-based baritone Lyle Smith Mitchell. Composer Aferdian Stephens is a 2018 ASCAP Morton Gould Award Winner for his Trio for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano as well as the recipient of The Bohuslav Martin Award for his orchestral composition The Clock. A multi-disciplinary musician, he is active in many fields of music, and in addition to writing several one-act operas, song cycles, and chamber pieces, he has composed songs for Tony-Award winning actor and singer Chuck Coopers cabaret show The Blues of Langston Hughes. Mr. Stephens, who is based in New Jersey, received his Bachelors Degree in Music Composition with a concentration in Piano from Montclair State University, an MFA at the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at the Tisch School of the Arts of NYU, and his Masters of Music at the Mannes School of Music where his private composition instructor was Dr. Lowell Liebermann.

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    1:30 PM

    New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium

    New York Opera Forum presents a concert version of Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti. The Library for the Performing Arts is proud to offer free admission to this program on a first come, first served basis. Admission lines form one hour prior to each program. At that time one ticket is provided per person. Tickets are not available for advance reservation and saving seats is not permitted. General admission seating. Call 212.642.0142 for more detailed information. All programs are subject to l…

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    2 PM
    Majestic Theatre, 245 West 44th Street, New York, NY

    微信文章介绍 《The Phantom Of the Opera》(剧院魅影/歌剧魅影/歌剧院幽灵)是音乐剧大师安德鲁·劳埃德·韦伯的代表作之一。精彩的音乐、浪漫的剧情、完美的舞蹈,让《歌剧魅影》成为了音乐剧中永恒的佳作。 《歌剧魅影》也被评为“假如一生只看一部音乐剧,这部肯定是毕生之选”。1986年首演,于1988年获得了七项托尼奖,是史上最成功的音乐剧之一。 自1988年1月被搬上纽约百老汇的舞台后,《歌剧魅影》在今年迎来了她的30周年纪念日。此刻便是携手另一半去看这场浪漫音乐剧的绝佳时机。 剧情简介 《歌剧魅影》故事改编自法国作家加斯顿•勒鲁(Gaston Leroux)1910年出版的一部爱情惊悚小说。 在巴黎的一家歌剧院里,怪事频繁地发生。原来的首席女主角险些被砸死,剧院出现一个令人毛骨悚然的虚幻男声,这个声音来自住在剧院地下迷宫的魅影。他爱上了女演员克丽斯汀,并暗中教她唱歌,帮她获得女主角的位置。而克丽斯汀却爱着剧院经纪人拉乌尔,由此引起了魅影的嫉妒、追逐、谋杀等一系列情节。最终,魅影发现自己对克丽斯汀的爱已经超过了个人的占有欲。 于是解脱了克丽斯汀, 留下披风和面具,独自消失在昏暗的地下迷宫里。 每在这种时候,我们的线下活动就出现啦! 一如既往,我们会提供性价比超高的票哦 除此之外,你还能收获一帮爱看戏剧的小伙伴 是不是超值呢! 为了大家更好的体验,我们的购票规则如下: 1. 直接在EventBrite页面进行购买,购买后会收到确认邮件。 2. 扫描下方二维码,关注莲李戏剧文化基金会公众号。 3. 在公众号内回复“歌剧魅影”,扫描微信群二维码,添加莲李戏剧小助手。 4.小助手将会把您拉入当日活动群,群内有负责取票的志愿者。 5.活动当日请于开场前25min到达剧院门口,找到志愿者,通过确认邮件领取相应戏票。开场前5min为取票截止时间。请务必提前5min到场,否则将视为作废。 6.退票规则:该线下活动在正式开始前7天可通过EventBrite平台进行退票,7天后一概不予退还。

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    6 PM
    ISSUE Project Room, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn, NY

    Saturday, July 21st, ISSUE presents the second evening of a two day series observing the legacy of late 60s-early 70s experimental music collective the Sonic Arts Union and its founding members: David Behrman, Alvin Lucier, Gordon Mumma, and the late Robert Ashley (1930-2014). The series intersects the groups extensive individual performative histories with ISSUE and celebrates Sonic Arts Unions role in pioneering many practices that have since become essential to experimental performance in the United States, including the use of live electronics, homemade instruments, and multimedia presentations. Starting at 6pm, the July 21st program is a longer evening of works and archival presentations spanning the history of Sonic Arts Union, featuring presentations from friends, colleagues, and invited guests inspired by their approach, including Paula Matthusen & Philip White, James Fei, and Oren Ambarchi & crys cole. The evening opens with a presentation of historical materials and archival content on the Sonic Arts Unions activities given by Gordon Mumma. The presentation includes video & audio documentation of friends and artists (including Maggi Payne and Pauline Oliveros), as well as a 1972 SAU performance in Bremen, Germany. Following, leading interpreter of contemporary music Joseph Kubera then performs Mummas 1962 work Large Size Mograph 1962. Although Mumma is best known as an electronic music composer and instrument builder, he also has written extensively for solo pIano. In these works, Mummas methodical, leisurely, style demonstrates a remarkable consistency over more than four decades -- with meticulous care and consideration given to organizing pitch, dynamics, and registers. Next, composer Paula Matthusen, who inherited teaching Luciers famed Music 109 course at Wesleyan, performs with composer, performer, improviser Philip White. Matthusens work often considers discrepancies in musical space -- real, imagined, and remembered, an approach that pairs remarkably with Whites own deconstructive process using closed electronic systems -- an array of homemade electronics at the intersection of noise, jazz and contemporary concert music. Additionally, Alvin Luciers stages two of his major early works, Chambers (1968) and Vespers (1969). Having premiered new works and his paradigmatic works Bird and Person Dyning and I am sitting in a room at ISSUE in fall of 2017, the performances of these two works complete a thread of recent performances demonstrating Luciers quintessential compositional works that have defined his delicate and lyrical compositional...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7:30 PM
    The National Opera Center, 330 7th Ave, Fl 7th, New York, Ny

    Dear music lovers and friends,     You are cordially invited to our debut of DaCapo Salon Series. DaCapo Salon Series is formed by Katty Mayorga (guitar), Chantal Balestri (piano), and Ti Chung (Flute), who are active musicians and educators in NYC. With our musician friends, we would like to present you various chamber music. This debut includes guitar duet and trio for flute, clarinet and piano.ProgramGuitar Duet by Katty Mayorga, Fabricio Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Bb Major Prelude and FugueRey Guerra: En Los CaminosTrio for Flute, Clarinet, Piano by Ti Chung, Alex Yu, Chantal BalestriEmmanuel Maurice: Sonata, op.11Florent Schmitt: Sonatine en trio, op.85Camille Saint-Saëns: Tarantelle, op. 6About Musicians Chantal Balestri is an Italian pianist who has won various international competitions and is actively perfoming with the Mahler Youth Orchestra all over Europe. She runs Lunigiana International Music Festival  and recently graduated from NYU with her Masters.   Ti Chung is a Taiwanese flutist who has performed as a soloist and is the member of the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra, and various pit orchestras throughout NYC. As a graduate of Texas Tech University for her D.M.A., she has performed in China, National Flute Association, and festivals in Europe.    Katty Mayorga is a Nicaraguan classical guitarist that has vast playing experience with multiple genres of music. She actively performs with JKLM duo ensemble featuring flutist Jamie Lee and her guitar duo partner Fabricio Andrade. She is a graduate of SUNY Purchase for her Undergraduate degree and Masters Under Frederic Hand.   Alex Yu is a versatile musician who embraces a career as a clarinetist, recorder player and conductor. He has given performances in major venues and has participated in major music festivals around the world. He was the first-prize winner of the 2012 American Protégé International Romantic Music Competition. Alex is currently a doctorate candidate in clarinet performance at the Graduate Center, CUNY.                     Fabricio Dobner Andrade began his formal music studies on October 2003 at "Davino Tardelli da Silva" conservatory with orientation of Joze Marcos Rodriguez. At these time he performed solo and chamber music concerts, such as the “semana da música” (UFSCAR), "primeiro encontro de Orquestras de violões  da Escola de Música Romário Antônio Barbosa” (2004), “Festival nacional de violão de Votorantim”(2004), “Amostra violonística de Votorantim ”(2007, 2008), “Seminário internacional de violão Vital medeiros” (2010, 2011), "Festival Internacional Leo Brouwer"...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8:30 PM
    Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 185 Orchard St. New York NY

    Paul Weinfield is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist whose intricate, lyrical songs have been hailed by No Depression Magazine as "unafraid of musical boundaries." He is currently working on a rock opera with his newest project, Fairytales for the Fatherless.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    Onegin Restaurant, 391 6th avenue, New York, NY

    OPERA BRUNCH at ONEGIN Restaurant - Hosted by David Serero. Enjoy a 3 course meal with an opera show with international soloists from Metropolitan Opera, and major European opera houses. Hosted by baritone David Serero. A perfect way to discover and re-discover opera in an entertaining and educative way! 12:30: Doors open 1pm: Food is served 1:30pm: Opera Brunch starts! 2:30pm: End of the show and Dessert is served! A bottle of Prosecco is offered for tables with more than 6 guests. Menu includes: Salad, main course, cake from the restaurant Onegin highly praised by the New York Times for its gastronomy and unique decor. Performance will take place at the prestigious ONEGIN located on 391 6th avenue, corner 8th street (easily accessible through public transportation). Tax and Tip are not included.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    Onegin Restaurant, 391 6th avenue, New York, NY

    OPERA BRUNCH Enjoy a 3 course meal with an opera performance by international soloists from the Metropolitan Opera, Paris Opera and more, in the luxurious and elegant restaurant ONEGIN. Hosted and created by David Serero.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    Onegin, 391 6th Avenue, New York, NY

    OPERA BRUNCH at ONEGIN Restaurant - Hosted by David Serero.Enjoy a 3 course meal with an opera show with international soloists from Metropolitan Opera, and major European opera houses.Hosted by baritone David Serero.A perfect way to discover and re-discover opera in an entertaining and educative way!12:30: Doors open1pm: Food is served1:30pm: Opera Brunch starts!2:30pm: End of the show and Dessert is served!A bottle of Prosecco is offered for tables with more than 6 guests.Menu includes: Salad of the Chef, main course of Chicken plate or Salmon, Napoleon cake.Performance will take place at the prestigious ONEGIN located on 391 6th avenue, corner 8th street (easily accessible through public transportation). Feel free to call 646 724 3129 or asfmerchant@gmail.com for any questions.

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    3 PM
    Christ & Saint Stephens Episcopal Church, 120 West 69th Street (btwn Columbus Ave & Broadway), New York, NY

    $15 New York Opera Scenes Carol Yahr and Joshua GreeneStage Director and Music Director Singers from around the nation performing scenes from famous operas. Donation $15 View More »New York Opera Scenes Carol Yahr and Joshua Greene Stage Director and Music Director Singers from around the nation performing scenes from famous operas. Donation $15

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    3:30 PM
    Caveat, 21 A Clinton Street, New York, NY

    Scratch Paper is a smart, supportive open mic for informative comedy, research-inspired storytelling, and charismatic talks, brought to you by Caveat. SIGN UP HERE. In the spirit of exploring “intelligent nightlife,” we’re hosting an open mic like no other. Researchers, teachers, and comedians will share the stage to hone their sets in a room that GETS IT.   Are you a researcher or science writer who wants to work jokes into your upcoming piece? Are you a stand up comedian who wants to use history, science, or your other nerdy obsession to fuel your sets? Whether it’s comedy based in research or research with a little something extra, Scratch Paper will help you test out new material that offers audiences exciting insights into the world… before the punchline. Sets will be kept to a strict 4 minutes limit. Sign ups open the Monday beforehand and are announced on our Facebook page. Missed the sign up window? We save room for drop-ins!  To hear more about Scratch Paper, ask questions, and receive updates, join our community on Facebook. We’ll have old hands and new present, so no worries if it’s your first time! Even if you just want to come check it out from the audience, everyone will leave a little smarter (and a little drunker). Doors: 3:30pm Start time: 4:00pm Price: FREE  21+ Scratch Paper is hosted by…. Kate Downey is Caveat’s Creative Director. With a background in Shakespeare, Kate has directing and producing credits at New York City Opera, Cherry Lane, BAM and the Public Theater. After building renegade tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Museum Hack, Kate fell in love with science and ran away with it. Carly Hoogendyk is a Producer at Caveat. She’s also a creative marketer and comedian – but she loves trees above all else. She is thrilled to explore the intersection of learning and being entertained. Shannon Palus is a science journalist whose work has appeared in Slate, Popular Science, The Atlantic, and many other places. She has a dog named Ada Lovelace. Kate Villa is a comedy writer and stand up comedian. She has worked in some of the most fun places (The President Show, UCBComedy, Pig Apple) and her writing has been featured in some of the most fun publications (McSweeneys, The Belladonna, Cartuna, Hellogiggles). She is, objectively, the most fun. Kyle Marian is a science communicator, former physical anthropologist, and dabbles in comedy. She works with Guerilla Science on top of producing The Symposium: Academic Stand-Up. A UK Bright Club Comedy alum, she is now on a mission to train up academics in stand-up & spread the smart...

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    5:30 PM
    Opera America, 330 7th Ave (7th Floor), McKay Studio (next to Room 706), NY, NY

    This is a weekly improv class appropriate for all levels (including beginners) taught every Sunday from 5:30-7:30pm. The focus will be on scenework, rather than games, which is considered long-form improv. There is also a Thursday evening class every other week that focuses more on games (short-form improv), though all the improv classes will have elements of both short and long-form.-- Are you a bit shy and looking to get more comfortable with your public speaking?-- Are you a working professional hoping to be a bit more spontaneous during your meetings and interactions with co-workers?-- Or are you an actor or improv comedian looking to take your craft to the next level or get more reps?Then this is the class for you! In this class, you will learn the fundamentals of scene work (role playing). You'll be on your feet quite a bit as I'm believer that you learn (and have more fun) through doing rather than hearing an instructor talk. Brief individual notes will be given, if that's what you're looking for, and tailored to your level of experience. At the end of each class, I'm confident you'll feel a sense of accomplishment that will leave you more energized and excited to tackle the challenges of everyday life, whether at your work place or in your personal life.Each class is $12, and the fee is used to help cover the cost of the room rental and marketing costs.  You can also pay $12 cash at the door if you like.Hope to see you there,SteveAlso check us out on Meetup (the main website used to promote events): www.meetup.com/improvnow  Steve L is an alumnus of the improv programs of the Upright Citizens Brigade, Peoples Improv Theater, Magnet Theater, & Annoyance Theater. He regularly produces and performs improv, musical improv, & hip hop improv across NYC.

  • July 23
    2018

    MONDAY
    12 PM
  • July 23
    2018

    MONDAY
    8 PM
    Pioneer Works 159 Pioneer Street Brooklyn NY

    Within their two albums and an EP This Heat perfected a strange and volatile new strain of avant-garde rock that time has proved to be massively influential, a blueprint for much that would follow: post-rock, math rock, homemade musique concrète, experimental electronica….. Although widely considered to be Post-Punkʼs finest they actually began performing their music in the early days of Londonʼs punk era. Ahead of their time, their music sounds as startlingly original and relevant, live and on record, as the day it was created. Exactly 40 years to the day of their first gig in 1976 the two surviving members (Bullen and Hayward) of the original three came together with a large group of collaborators to play under the project title of THIS IS NOT THIS HEAT. Selling out a two day residency at Londonʼs Café Oto in a matter of hours the consensus was unanimous that all present had been witness to something of cultural significance. Flooded with invitations from around the world, 2017 saw THIS IS NOT THIS HEAT take to the road. “… It does feel like weʼve been witness to something special. A fine body of work has been brought to life with energy and vitality that seems improbable nearly 40 years after the fact.” - The Wire “This doesnʼt feel like nostalgia but a new beginning” –The Guardian “Bowie and i hit it off insanely and talked about Mishima and This Heat and all sorts of stuff” –Arcade Fireʼs Owen Pallett on meeting David Bowie “I get asked to play more music like This Heat, but to my knowledge there is no other music like This Heat” John Peel (Legendary BBC Radio DJ) Talibam!: Talibam! is one of the most potent and fascinating bands in today's music scene. The five plus years of interplay between Mottel and Shea has created one of the most unique and exciting live shows and some of the most powerfully recorded documents of any era. At a time when most culture sticks to conservative niche opportunities, Talibam! is interested in expansion and exploration; they manage to part the sea by not sticking to genre, aesthetic predisposition or the usual norms of what being a 'band' is. More inclined to put on a show that any and all will like, and not be stymied by "avant" type-casting, they have won over both unsuspecting and in the "know" audiences worldwide. The energy of Kevin Shea's full steam drumming is not to be missed, nor is the primal tone of Mottel's synth run through a Marshall Half Stack. Audrey Chen: AUDREY CHEN is a Chinese-American musician who was born into a family of material scientists, doctors and engineers, outside of Chicago in 1976....

  • July 24
    2018

    TUESDAY
    9:30 PM
    Birdland 315 West 44th St New York NY

    The Lineup with Susie Mosher is a wild, anything-goes variety show featuring entertainers from the Broadway, cabaret and comedy scenes. Actress/singer Mosher hosts the spontaneous extravaganza with her “dynamite voice, heartfelt observations and ridiculously funny improv.” (Go Magazine) The Lineup will take place at 9:30pm on the first and third Tuesday of every month starting July 24. Susie’s special guests will be Alice Ripley, Julie Halston, David Perlman, Celisse Henderson and vocal group Siren. Susie Mosher grew up in San Diego, CA, landed her first professional acting job as the youngest cast member in The Old Globe's West Coast Premiere of Godspell, and has been thrilling audiences on both coasts with her own brand of heartfelt observation and fearless improv ever since. In the 80's, Susie teamed up with San Diego friends Steve Gunderson, Melinda Gilb & Bryan Scott, originating the role of "Dee Dee" in Suds: The Rocking Sixties Musical Soap Opera. Suds broke box office records in San Diego, followed by an Off-Broadway production, and has become a staple of regional theaters nationwide. Soon after, Susie rejoined Gunderson, Gilb & Lillias White; appearing in the original cast of the Off-Broadway hit Back to Bacharach & David, directed by another San Diego pal, Kathy Najimy. Throughout her career, Susie has worked steadily in film and TV, including guest roles on BEVERLY HILLS 90210, VERONICA'S CLOSET, THREE SISTERS, SNOOPS, WITHOUT A TRACE, NURSE JACKIE, HBO's IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK 2 (opposite Vanessa Redgrave) and a recurring role on Showtime's THE L WORD. Susie has appeared in numerous films including THE WEDDING PLANNER, LOST SOULS, VIEW FROM THE TOP, IT'S PAT and recently starred in the popular gay comedy BEAR CITY 2: THE PROPOSAL. Los Angeles & NYC audiences know Susie as “Pepper Cole,” a painfully optimistic lounge singer turned web entrepreneur, in the long-running cult hit multimedia show she co-created with John Boswell & Hope Royaltey, Cashino. In 2010, Susie wrote & performed her critically acclaimed solo show, The Great Daisy Theory. In 2007, Susie fulfilled her childhood dream when she joined the Broadway cast of Hairspray, playing Prudy Pingleton for the final two years of its glorious six-year run. Susie continues to live & work in NYC, recently appearing in the 2013 World Premiere of Gordon Greenberg's The Single Girl’s Guide. Susie can currently be seen 8 shows a week in the Drama Desk nominated Off-Broadway hit NEWSical!

  • July 26
    2018

    THURSDAY
    8 PM
    Weill Recital Hall
    Carnegie Hall, 57th Street and 7th Ave, New York, NY

    FAURÉ FAURÉ Requiem * ZACH GULABOFF DAVIS Violin Concerto No. 2 noneFAURÉ FAURÉ Requiem none* ZACH GULABOFF DAVIS Violin Concerto No. 2

  • July 28
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7 PM
    Christ & Saint Stephens Episcopal Church, 120 West 69th Street (btwn Columbus Ave & Broadway), New York, NY

    See Website Chelsea Opera presents - What Are We Doing To Our World....by Anne Phillips View More »Chelsea Opera presents - What Are We Doing To Our World....by Anne Phillips Fully staged, costumed and with the Chelsea Opera Chamber Group July 28, 2018 at 7:00pm Producer:  Leonarda Priore, Chelsea Opera Stage Direction by Beth Ann Kennedy

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    Onegin Restaurant, 391 6th avenue, New York, NY

    OPERA BRUNCH at ONEGIN Restaurant - Hosted by David Serero. Enjoy a 3 course meal with an opera show with international soloists from Metropolitan Opera, and major European opera houses. Hosted by baritone David Serero. A perfect way to discover and re-discover opera in an entertaining and educative way! 12:30: Doors open 1pm: Food is served 1:30pm: Opera Brunch starts! 2:30pm: End of the show and Dessert is served! A bottle of Prosecco is offered for tables with more than 6 guests. Menu includes: Salad, main course, cake from the restaurant Onegin highly praised by the New York Times for its gastronomy and unique decor. Performance will take place at the prestigious ONEGIN located on 391 6th avenue, corner 8th street (easily accessible through public transportation). Tax and Tip are not included.

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    Onegin Restaurant, 391 6th avenue, New York, NY

    OPERA BRUNCH Enjoy a 3 course meal with an opera performance by international soloists from the Metropolitan Opera, Paris Opera and more, in the luxurious and elegant restaurant ONEGIN. Hosted and created by David Serero.

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    Onegin, 391 6th Avenue, New York, NY

    OPERA BRUNCH at ONEGIN Restaurant - Hosted by David Serero.Enjoy a 3 course meal with an opera show with international soloists from Metropolitan Opera, and major European opera houses.Hosted by baritone David Serero.A perfect way to discover and re-discover opera in an entertaining and educative way!12:30: Doors open1pm: Food is served1:30pm: Opera Brunch starts!2:30pm: End of the show and Dessert is served!A bottle of Prosecco is offered for tables with more than 6 guests.Menu includes: Salad of the Chef, main course of Chicken plate or Salmon, Napoleon cake.Performance will take place at the prestigious ONEGIN located on 391 6th avenue, corner 8th street (easily accessible through public transportation). Feel free to call 646 724 3129 or asfmerchant@gmail.com for any questions.

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    3:30 PM
    Caveat, 21 A Clinton Street, New York, NY

    Scratch Paper is a smart, supportive open mic for informative comedy, research-inspired storytelling, and charismatic talks, brought to you by Caveat. SIGN UP HERE. In the spirit of exploring “intelligent nightlife,” we’re hosting an open mic like no other. Researchers, teachers, and comedians will share the stage to hone their sets in a room that GETS IT.   Are you a researcher or science writer who wants to work jokes into your upcoming piece? Are you a stand up comedian who wants to use history, science, or your other nerdy obsession to fuel your sets? Whether it’s comedy based in research or research with a little something extra, Scratch Paper will help you test out new material that offers audiences exciting insights into the world… before the punchline. Sets will be kept to a strict 4 minutes limit. Sign ups open the Monday beforehand and are announced on our Facebook page. Missed the sign up window? We save room for drop-ins!  To hear more about Scratch Paper, ask questions, and receive updates, join our community on Facebook. We’ll have old hands and new present, so no worries if it’s your first time! Even if you just want to come check it out from the audience, everyone will leave a little smarter (and a little drunker). Doors: 3:30pm Start time: 4:00pm Price: FREE  21+ Scratch Paper is hosted by…. Kate Downey is Caveat’s Creative Director. With a background in Shakespeare, Kate has directing and producing credits at New York City Opera, Cherry Lane, BAM and the Public Theater. After building renegade tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Museum Hack, Kate fell in love with science and ran away with it. Carly Hoogendyk is a Producer at Caveat. She’s also a creative marketer and comedian – but she loves trees above all else. She is thrilled to explore the intersection of learning and being entertained. Shannon Palus is a science journalist whose work has appeared in Slate, Popular Science, The Atlantic, and many other places. She has a dog named Ada Lovelace. Kate Villa is a comedy writer and stand up comedian. She has worked in some of the most fun places (The President Show, UCBComedy, Pig Apple) and her writing has been featured in some of the most fun publications (McSweeneys, The Belladonna, Cartuna, Hellogiggles). She is, objectively, the most fun. Kyle Marian is a science communicator, former physical anthropologist, and dabbles in comedy. She works with Guerilla Science on top of producing The Symposium: Academic Stand-Up. A UK Bright Club Comedy alum, she is now on a mission to train up academics in stand-up & spread the smart...

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    5:30 PM
    Opera America, 330 7th Ave (7th Floor), McKay Studio (next to Room 706), NY, NY

    This is a weekly improv class appropriate for all levels (including beginners) taught every Sunday from 5:30-7:30pm. The focus will be on scenework, rather than games, which is considered long-form improv. There is also a Thursday evening class every other week that focuses more on games (short-form improv), though all the improv classes will have elements of both short and long-form.-- Are you a bit shy and looking to get more comfortable with your public speaking?-- Are you a working professional hoping to be a bit more spontaneous during your meetings and interactions with co-workers?-- Or are you an actor or improv comedian looking to take your craft to the next level or get more reps?Then this is the class for you! In this class, you will learn the fundamentals of scene work (role playing). You'll be on your feet quite a bit as I'm believer that you learn (and have more fun) through doing rather than hearing an instructor talk. Brief individual notes will be given, if that's what you're looking for, and tailored to your level of experience. At the end of each class, I'm confident you'll feel a sense of accomplishment that will leave you more energized and excited to tackle the challenges of everyday life, whether at your work place or in your personal life.Each class is $12, and the fee is used to help cover the cost of the room rental and marketing costs.  You can also pay $12 cash at the door if you like.Hope to see you there,SteveAlso check us out on Meetup (the main website used to promote events): www.meetup.com/improvnow  Steve L is an alumnus of the improv programs of the Upright Citizens Brigade, Peoples Improv Theater, Magnet Theater, & Annoyance Theater. He regularly produces and performs improv, musical improv, & hip hop improv across NYC.

  • July 30
    2018

    MONDAY
    12 PM
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