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Address: 312 West 36th Street, First Floor
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
May-28-19 09:30 PM Shake That Load Off Marcus reads from his work-in-progress, Shake That Load Off the story behind a teacher turned Go-Go Boy.

May-30-19 09:30 PM Shake That Load Off Marcus reads from his work-in-progress, Shake That Load Off the story behind a teacher turned Go-Go Boy.

Jun-02-19 07:00 PM The Shit Show: An American Allegory No Peeking Theatre Presents The Shit Show: An American Allegory By Leelee Jackson The Shit Show: An American Allegory is a postmodern reverse minstrelsy that explores layers of racism, not through the common stage rhetoric of negrophobia but through the dangers of negrophilia and common misconceptions of Blackness. This concept is manifested through a series of vignettes that intercut the narrative of the Does - a family from the planet Nah, whose assimilation to America is disrupted by encountering the Black neighbors from across the street.

Jun-08-19 10:30 PM Kutti Gang Product of Culture presents Kutti Gang, a comedy show hosted by Zubi Ahmed and Pooja Reddy featuring hilarious South Asian performers or as we like to call them your aunty's worst nightmare. Kutti Gang is on Time Out New York's list of "Best Comedy Shows in NYC" and has been featured on Brown Girl Magazine. DOORS AT 10PM SHOW STARTS 1030PM This performance will be filmed by All Arts, a program of WNET. Line up: Aparna Nancherla (Netflix) Karmen Naidoo Kiran Jani Rita Sengupta Nimesh Patel (SNL)

Jun-09-19 03:00 PM DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War Written by Claro de los Reyes Devised by Claro de los Reyes and the Atlantic Pacific Theatre ensemble Directed by Brisa Areli Muñoz and Artem Yatsunov Join us for a limited remount run of Atlantic Pacific Theatres "DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War" Atlantic Pacific Theatres performance diptych play format juxtaposes two distinct theatre experiences in a single presentation. In the case of "DO,WAGER", Part 1 is a devised participatory history play utilizing educational theatre conventions while Part 2 is an experimental one act play. APTs performance diptych plays aim to band together theatre artists, public artists, and educators working to create an experience that situates itself between: history-based education, participatory theatre, and the experimental theatre tradition. The play premiered in 2018 at the Downtown Art where Atlantic Pacific Theatre served as artists-in-residence. COMPANY DESCRIPTION: ATLANTIC PACIFIC THEATRE is a theater company that creates theatre works, community programs, and social practice art experiences towards cultural equity for and with the Asian Pacific Islander (API) diaspora community and beyond. We aim to enhance the publics understanding, empathy, and awareness of the API diaspora in local and transnational contexts. The company's underpinning values of cross cultural exchange and pluralism center our work on polycultural narratives between communities of color across geographical borders. CREATIVE TEAM: Playwright: Claro de los Reyes Devised Theatre Artists: Claro de los Reyes, Ben Weber, and Brisa Areli Muñoz. Director: Brisa Areli Muñoz Director: Artem Yatsunov Assistant Director: Marion Lopez Producer: Claro de los Reyes Lighting Designer: Robert Thaxton-Stevenson Poster Art: Alex Tarampi CAST: Laura Cabochan, Claro de los Reyes*, Teisha M. Duncan, Angie Garcia-Go, Precious Sipin, Robert Thaxton-Stevenson, Ashley C. Turner*, Ben Weber  *These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association. *This production is an Equity Approved Showcase

Jun-11-19 07:00 PM DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War Written by Claro de los Reyes Devised by Claro de los Reyes and the Atlantic Pacific Theatre ensemble Directed by Brisa Areli Muñoz and Artem Yatsunov Join us for a limited remount run of Atlantic Pacific Theatres "DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War" Atlantic Pacific Theatres performance diptych play format juxtaposes two distinct theatre experiences in a single presentation. In the case of "DO,WAGER", Part 1 is a devised participatory history play utilizing educational theatre conventions while Part 2 is an experimental one act play. APTs performance diptych plays aim to band together theatre artists, public artists, and educators working to create an experience that situates itself between: history-based education, participatory theatre, and the experimental theatre tradition. The play premiered in 2018 at the Downtown Art where Atlantic Pacific Theatre served as artists-in-residence. COMPANY DESCRIPTION: ATLANTIC PACIFIC THEATRE is a theater company that creates theatre works, community programs, and social practice art experiences towards cultural equity for and with the Asian Pacific Islander (API) diaspora community and beyond. We aim to enhance the publics understanding, empathy, and awareness of the API diaspora in local and transnational contexts. The company's underpinning values of cross cultural exchange and pluralism center our work on polycultural narratives between communities of color across geographical borders. CREATIVE TEAM: Playwright: Claro de los Reyes Devised Theatre Artists: Claro de los Reyes, Ben Weber, and Brisa Areli Muñoz. Director: Brisa Areli Muñoz Director: Artem Yatsunov Assistant Director: Marion Lopez Producer: Claro de los Reyes Lighting Designer: Robert Thaxton-Stevenson Poster Art: Alex Tarampi CAST: Laura Cabochan, Claro de los Reyes*, Teisha M. Duncan, Angie Garcia-Go, Precious Sipin, Robert Thaxton-Stevenson, Ashley C. Turner*, Ben Weber  *These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association. *This production is an Equity Approved Showcase

Jun-12-19 07:00 PM DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War Written by Claro de los Reyes Devised by Claro de los Reyes and the Atlantic Pacific Theatre ensemble Directed by Brisa Areli Muñoz and Artem Yatsunov Join us for a limited remount run of Atlantic Pacific Theatres "DO,WAGER: a performance diptych on the vestiges of the Philippine American War" Atlantic Pacific Theatres performance diptych play format juxtaposes two distinct theatre experiences in a single presentation. In the case of "DO,WAGER", Part 1 is a devised participatory history play utilizing educational theatre conventions while Part 2 is an experimental one act play. APTs performance diptych plays aim to band together theatre artists, public artists, and educators working to create an experience that situates itself between: history-based education, participatory theatre, and the experimental theatre tradition. The play premiered in 2018 at the Downtown Art where Atlantic Pacific Theatre served as artists-in-residence. COMPANY DESCRIPTION: ATLANTIC PACIFIC THEATRE is a theater company that creates theatre works, community programs, and social practice art experiences towards cultural equity for and with the Asian Pacific Islander (API) diaspora community and beyond. We aim to enhance the publics understanding, empathy, and awareness of the API diaspora in local and transnational contexts. The company's underpinning values of cross cultural exchange and pluralism center our work on polycultural narratives between communities of color across geographical borders. CREATIVE TEAM: Playwright: Claro de los Reyes Devised Theatre Artists: Claro de los Reyes, Ben Weber, and Brisa Areli Muñoz. Director: Brisa Areli Muñoz Director: Artem Yatsunov Assistant Director: Marion Lopez Producer: Claro de los Reyes Lighting Designer: Robert Thaxton-Stevenson Poster Art: Alex Tarampi CAST: Laura Cabochan, Claro de los Reyes*, Teisha M. Duncan, Angie Garcia-Go, Precious Sipin, Robert Thaxton-Stevenson, Ashley C. Turner*, Ben Weber  *These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association. *This production is an Equity Approved Showcase

Jun-17-19 07:00 PM Good Catch Every month, Good Catch (one of NYCs longest running musical improv teams), creates an original improvised one-act musical before your very eyes. All the songs, scenes, and bad choreography has never been done before and will never be seen again. Spin the Good Catch genre wheel and help determine what style of show youll be seeing that night. Accompanied by the legendary Jody Shelton (Baby Wants Candy, 50 Shades! The Musical), Good Catch is Chloe Jury-Fogel, April Lavalle, Marty Scanlon, Kirk Stevens, and Mike Wirsch. Tech: Christine Pynn

Jun-22-19 03:00 PM Deaf Is Not a Dirty Word From maximum security prisons to remote pacific islands, as entrepreneurs, teachers and social workers, Deaf women are holding up half the sky. Andria Alefhi interviews Luba Douziech, Antonia (Venesse) Guy and Irina Normatova. This show is entirely in ASL.

Jun-28-19 08:00 PM Rule of 7x7 7 PLAYS | 7 WRITERS | 7 RULES At Rule of 7x7, seven playwrights are selected. Each writer makes up a rule (such as a compliment on page one or a surprise visitor). Each writer pens a new 10-minute play following ALL seven rules. These plays are produced and presented for two evenings only! Conceived and produced by Brett Epstein. The show that critics have called "INGENIOUS," "AN ELECTRIFYING COMEDIC EXPERIENCE," "BEST BET: UNIQUE THEATRE EXPERIENCE," "FUNNY, THOUGHT-PROVOKING, MOVING" AND "ONE OF OUR FAVORITE EVENTS IN MANHATTAN!" $14 in advance / $15 at door