Designed specifically for children 5-12 and their parents (or grandparents, aunts, uncles, or other enthusiastic adults), this workshop on May 19th, is fun for everyone! Learn about traditional Ukrainian folk painting and create your own unique ceramic tile or another "masterpiece" of your choosing.
Conor McPherson’s The Weir, opening on May 15th, is a haunting evocative evening in the theatre you will never forget. In a remote country pub in Ireland, newcomer Valerie arrives and becomes spellbound by an evening of ghostly stories told by the local bachelors who drink there.
Selected as one of Hollywood Fringe Festival's "Best of the Fest," The Last of the Knotts, is a semi-autobiographical solo show from performer/poet Doug Knott. In it, Knott's character -- a carefree L.A. hipster -- agonizes over whether or not to become a father after putting up with a lifetime's worth of pain from his own dad, an abusive Florida judge. On June 22nd, at 3pm.
Take a musical romp through the history and culture of Greenwich Village on Sunday, May 26th. Covering 400 years with 18 songs, this musical revue revisits milestones of Village history with raunchy music and dance.
From Their Super-Suits to their Birthday Suits, on Wednesday, May 15th,Earth's Mightiest Heroines will show what they're made of in this extraordinary exhibition of powers, abilities and physiques far beyond those of mortal women!
Jelena Kajgo's Serbian comedy playing through May 15th, is a cross-cultural production staged in English by an American theater company -- a satirical slice-of-life that follows a quintet of Eastern Europeans still struggling to adapt to their country's modern capitalist culture
Hungry? Scrumptious plant-based food from the city's finest vegan restaurants will be on sale. Need inspiration? The Seed is a two-day fair beginning on May 18th, that celebrates veganism and promotes cruelty-free alternatives for every aspect of modern-day life.
Writer-performer Joe Hutcheson, winner of the FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award, takes an engaging and amusing look back at growing up gay in a testosterone-fueled family in Son of a Hutch for three evenings, beginning on Wednesday May 22nd.
The 10th Annual soloNOVA Arts Festival is New York's longest running solo performance festival. From May 23rd –June 2nd, terraNOVA Collective presents ten of the country's best solo performers in a multi-venue festival over three weeks. terraNOVA is an ever-expanding collective of artists devoted to nurturing distinct and innovative theatrical voices. They are dedicated to cultivating environments where the art of storytelling thrives, and actively seek stages for the new theatre we develop.
A mash-up of theatrical drama/live concert/multimedia video, What I'm Failing To Learn, opening on May 15th, takes us on a walking tour through the unpredictable streets of NYC and through the even more unpredictable mind of a young teenager.