NEW YORK, September 10 -- When there is a sick child in a family, says playwright Anne Marilyn Lucas, an entire family revolves around the child's illness. In 2016 more American lives were taken by drug overdoses that were lost in the Vietnam War, according to the Centers for Disease Control, and deaths increased by 10.7%, to 72,000, the following year. Many of these victims were young and adult children.
Poland in the 1860s. As changes of all kinds whirl about, a pious small-town Jewish businessman, Calman Jacoby makes a grab for the opportunities and gets sucked into the whirlwind of consequences with his entire family in this tuneful, heartfelt musical.
Wednesday, October 31, 4 PM to 7 PM, Outside Bands Performers. Doors open 7:30 PM, The Red & Black Masque. Cabaret ALL Evening! Swing band & Latin Band for dancing. Costume Parade and Prizes at midnight. Monsters & Miracles! Come See and Be Seen & Celebrate the night of nights! Tickets $20.
A multi-media science fiction fairy tale for all ages.
Based on factual accounts and events, LURED focuses on one particular Russian hate group’s attack on a young gay man and the repercussions that follow, when his loved ones decide to take action. The play depicts how these vigilantes lure and entrap LGBTQ people, humiliating and torturing them on camera. LURED wonders if hate is inherent or taught and whether revenge is ever the answer. In this current world climate, the play could not be timelier. LURED is for mature audiences only.
Citizens of the Gray or This Dark Thing that Sleeps in Me is a theatrical production generated by the curiosity of how the relationship between man and woman has evolved throughout the years and how this relationship has become a struggle for power; a fight to the death where there can be only one winner.
Theater luminary and Tony Award nominee Austin Pendleton directs and stars (King Henry VI) in this one of a kind Shakespearean mashup featuring the texts of King Henry VI Part 3 and Richard III.