Saturday, February 27, 2010

What to Do: March 1st - 7th

Monday, March 1st
As part of their Matt Crowley reading series, The Transport Group presents Avec Schmaltz.

Broadway Talks at the 92nd St. Y features Liev Schreiber in conversation with Jordan Roth, the President of Jujamcyn Theaters.

Raúl Esparza, Sutton Foster, Cheyenne Jackson, Aaron Tveit, Marin Mazzie and more will perform at MCC Theater's Miscast 2010 March 1 at The Hammerstein Ballroom. Mo Rocca will host the gala, which serves as the annual benefit of the not-for-profit Off-Broadway company.

Tuesday, March 2nd
Equivocation, Bill Cain's new play about William Shakespeare and the Gunpowder Plot opens on Broadway.

Wednesday, March 3rd
The Miracle Worker opens on Broadway.

Martin McDonagh's dark new play, A Behanding in Spokane, opens with Christopher Walken.

Friday, March 5th
The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov - A New Adaptation by Carol Rocamora (T. Schreiber Studio)

TerraNOVA Collective presents Subterranean, a monthly variety show celebrating music, spoken word, burlesque, magic, storytelling, short play readings, and vaudeville acts. Micia Mosely (Nursha Project) hosts the March party with performances by spoken word artist Roger Bonair-Agard (MASQUERADE: calypso and home), comedian Carolyn Castiglia (NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, Brown Ambition) and performance artist Red Summer (Two Fingers Press, Nursha Project).

Saturday, March 6th
Red Fern Theatre Company presents +30NYC: New plays imagining the next New York. +30NYC features Rosa's Little Jar of Fear by Bekah Brunstetter, Dodo Solastalgia by Victor Ismael Cazares, Fish Bowl by Christine Evans, In The Zone by Michael John Garcés, Remembrancer Vessel by Ashlin Halfnight, Footprint by Mac Rogers, Thirty Story Masterpieces by Tommy Smith

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