Legendary British singer and performer Barb Jungr returns to 59E59 with a Christmas celebration of songs by Springsteen, Dylan, Cohen and more from the New American Songbook.
I Am The Wind examines the limits of friendship and love as two men must confront each other, themselves, and the inexorable mystery of fate.
It's been years since Rainbow Mine closed, but its lead waste remains, leaving a landscape of destruction in the body of Katie, a young woman whose life began on this hallowed ground.
This new comedy featuring Mr. Busch himself as an out-of-work female impersonator who, when his elderly landlady dies in her sleep, takes on her identity in order to hang on to her valuable Greenwich Village townhouse.
Which object best tells the story of who we are today? Part-civic ceremony, part-theatrical pageant, Beertown immerses audiences in an unconventional debate around the town's time capsule.
Strangemen & Co. presents the untold story of Oz's Tin Woodsman, the woman he loved, and the witch that would stop at nothing to keep them apart.
Comic antics in this early opera by Gioachino Rossini. An accidental switch of two suitcases inspires a rogue to assume a new identity.
Over the course of a parent/teacher conference, a mother and a primary school teacher have a fraught conversation about the mother's troubled son.
Stockholm is the story of a love so passionate it has become a prison. Sexy, darkly funny and intensely physical, Stockholm peels back the skin of a dangerous romance to reveal dark and bitter truths that may feel all too familiar.
A South Florida couple obtains the services of a somewhat enigmatic Canine Relations Specialist in order to curb the violent behavior of their dog Carrot, but gradually learn that a dog is merely a reflection of the people who house him.