Show Calendar

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In the Mezzanine Theatre

An elderly woman embraces a younger woman from beside.

Suicide Forest (CANCELLED)

presented by Ma-Yi Theater Company

Written by Haruna Lee
Directed by Aya Ogawa

February 25 - March 15, 2020

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Returning by popular demand, following a sold-out run at The Bushwick Starr, Haruna Lee’s Suicide Forest is a bilingual nightmare play excavating the Japanese American consciousness and its intimate relationship with sex, suicide, and identity. In 1990’s Japan, a teenage girl grapples with her sexuality in a male-defined society as a salaryman desperately tries to escape his masochistic psyche. When their journeys collide, they expose their darkest desires fueled by shame with the notorious Suicide Forest looming over their imagination.


In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre 

A man wearing a bowler hat, trench coat, and bowtie holds a half-eaten banana with a goofy expression.

The Artist Will Be With You In A Moment (CANCELLED)

presented by Parallel Exit

Written & Performed by Joel Jeske
Directed by Mark Lonergan

March 7 - March 29, 2020

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Three-time Drama Desk nominee Parallel Exit returns to NYC with a brand new show.

Join us for an immersive audience experience featuring Joel Jeske in a solo comic performance as an artist, performer, and clown.

A creative force who "can get laughs simply by breathing" (The New York Times), Jeske invites audiences to participate in a multimedia performance and visual art installation with himself as the character, creator, and subject. The production offers Jeske's signature treatment of art, physical comedy, and audience interaction in a work that subversively asks us what we choose to value and why.

Coming Soon

A gold discus.

DISCUS

presented by Hunger & Thirst Theatre

Written by Becca Schlossberg
Directed by Adin Walker

April 9 - 18, 2020


When the all-powerful god Apollo meets the gentle Prince Hyacinth, everyone dismisses it as yet another fling between a god and a mortal. But as the relationship blossoms into something truly special, it provokes the unwanted attention of the headstrong goddess Zephyrus, who begins to wonder: after centuries of inflicting his merciless justice on the world, does Apollo deserve the right to love?

DISCUS is a thoughtfully fierce retelling of the Greek myth of Apollo and Hyacinth: an evocative exploration of the different ways love can change,bruise, frighten, and brighten the souls of mortals and gods alike.