SOAKING WET Dance at West End Theatre

david parker & jeffrey kazin present SOAKING WET
P R O G R A M A
ELLEN CORNFIELD / CORNFIELD DANCE

P R O G R A M B
BOINK!
LORRAINE CHAPMAN & BRONWEN MACARTHUR,
BEN MUNISTERI, DEIRDRE TOWERS
MAY 18-21, 2017

WEST END THEATRE · 263 WEST 86TH STREET, 2ND FL
THURSDAY-SATURDAY @ 7:00 (program A) & 8:30 (program B)
SUNDAY @ 2:00 (program A) & 4:00 (program B)
r e s e r v a t i o n s & i n f o r m a t i o n
brownpapertickets.com • 800.838.3006 • www.thebanggroup.com/wet.php
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Flux Theatre Ensemble presented premier of ‘WORLD BUILDERS at West End Theatre

World Builders postcard front-In WORLD BUILDERS, Whitney and Max live deep within their own imagined realities – one expansive and fanciful, the other dark and brutal. To break free of these visions and become functional members of society, they embark upon a clinical drug trial that might erase these worlds forever. But are they truly able to leave their fantasies behind? In a medicated age where our imaginations are colonized by mass media, how do we know when happiness and love are real?

Runs April 28 – May 13 at the West End Theatre. Wed May 3rd -Sat. May 6th and Tues. May 9th- Sat. May 13th at 7.30. Sunday Matinee at 2.30 on May 7th and 14th.

Info and Reservations: http://www.fluxtheatre.org/world-builders/

Shakespeare’s birthday Celebrated with Prospect!

Prospect Theater Company presents:
ILLYRIAILLYRIA
A New Actor-Musician Workshop Staging

2 performances only!
Saturday April 22nd @ 4pm, Sunday April 23rd 2@ 7pm

book, music and lyrics by PETER MILLS

adapted from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night by PETER MILLS and CARA REICHEL

For Tix (General Admission $15): www.ProspectTheater.org / 212-352-3101 Continue reading

Dance: You Who Arrived

February 16-19, 2017

Catherine Tharin – “You Who Arrived”

Choreographer: Catherine Tharin
Dancers: Esmé Boyce, Jenny Levy, YoungHoon Oh, Susan Rainey
Lighting Designer: Jay Ryan
Composers: Richard Carrick, Richie Greene, John King,
Scott Wollschleger
Costumers: Colleen Howland, Sue Julien

The dances come from the language of my body, as well as on observations of the movements and relationships of the dancers. From this material the dancers and I build movement vocabulary and over time we come to speak the same tongue. The work expresses intimacy with the self and others, the immediate present and close past; there is a sense of continuum reaching back and moving forward. Continue reading

Girl Be Heard is Coming to SPSA

Coming to SPSA March 25-26!!

SPSA Youth and acclaimed theater company, Girl Be Heard, co-produced a show created and performed by a diverse group of young female artists in New York City. Each performance ended with a talkback with the artists. Proceeds from the show on March 25-26 benefitted our summer Youth Service Trip to Washington, DC! Please help us spread the word! All performances will take place at our West End Theatre.
Performance Dates:Sat, March 25, 7pm and Sun, March 26, 3pm Continue reading