Critically acclaimed, Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War details an alternate global history, the cold war was decided not by détente, not by nuclear holocaust, but by massive robot invasion. Among the survivors, a team of Russian radio hosts, warmed to a lost culture of 1950s Americana, broadcast a story of brothers’ love drawn straight from the American heartland. Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War combines 1950s radio drama, vintage country music, and Soviet science in a sci-fi surrealist War of the Worlds meets A Prairie Home Companion examination of American nostalgia.
In the 1800’s Charles Dickens came through the neighborhood where the Canal Park Playhouse is situated, telling a brand new story of Bob Cratchet and Ebeneezer Scrooge. 200 years later, some think the ghost of Dickens has come back to share his story with us and some think actor Jimmy Kieffer has channeled his spirit to tell this holiday tale. See the show and decide for yourself.
The Secret Death of Puppets are three playlets about forbidden knowledge and the nature of our uncanny relationship with the inanimate. It is also a tribute to the work of Victoria Nelson and her book,The Secret Life of Puppets. How can something die that was never alive in the first place?
Come celebrate DOC NYC!! Posteritati hosts the pre-opening party for the Documentary Film Festival. Starting Tuesday, November 1st mingle with filmakers and celebrate the flourishing platform for enriching storytelling.
Stages presents Frankenstein Follies, a Halloween musical review directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard. Join us at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, for a night of face painting, a tattoo parlor, a crazy fortune teller, and terrifyingly tasty treats for the scary sweet tooth in us all. Now returning for its 17th year, Frankenstein Follies is a local favorite.
The story of Moton High School whose students walked out of their school and into history... To protest the overcrowded and inferior facilities at their Virginia school, 16-year-old Barbara Johns organized and led a two-week strike, during which students refused to attend classes.
Wanna watch classic films and picnic with fellow New Yorkers? Then head to Bryant Park’s annual Summer Film Festival. Every Monday at sunset (typically between 8 & 9 PM), Bryant Park hosts an iconic film on it’s large Lawn Area. Tonight's feature: Dirty Harry.