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  • November 20    
    CMTS is proud to present “Sunday in the Park with George” as one of its 2016 Fall Productions. Watch as Georges Seurat’s iconic painting comes to life in this Stephen Sondheim masterpiece on November...
  • November 21    sold out
    The Met's new film noir-inspired production of Puccini's obsessive love story set in occupied France.
  • November 22    
    P E N D U L U M is a multimedia sensory exhibit swinging you between depressive and manic states. Through photography, music and sound, video, performance art and dance, this space immerses you in...
  • November 29    
    Latenite Theatre is proud to present the first event in their brand new speaker series exploring the world of experimental theater and comedy in New York City. For the inaugural talkback, Latenite...
  • December 1    
    August Wilson’s King Hedley II, follows King’s fight to keep his family together and earn a solid living. Only problem, legal jobs are scarce and no one wants to hire an ex-convict.
  • December 1    
    The New Opera Workshop is pleased to invite you to celebrate their Fifth Anniversary with a double-bill program featuring Johan Sebastian Bach’s secular cantata “THE CONTEST BETWEEN PHOEBUS AND PAN”...
  • December 1    
    Orchesis: A Dance Group, Columbia University's largest performing arts group, presents its semesterly (and always pun titled) show: 1,2,3,4chesis! Please join them for a fun-filled show including...
  • December 2    
    The New Opera Workshop is pleased to invite you to celebrate their Fifth Anniversary with a double-bill program featuring Johan Sebastian Bach’s secular cantata “THE CONTEST BETWEEN PHOEBUS AND PAN”...
  • December 2    
    Orchesis: A Dance Group, Columbia University's largest performing arts group, presents its semesterly (and always pun titled) show: 1,2,3,4chesis! Please join them for a fun-filled show including...
  • December 3    
    August Wilson’s King Hedley II, follows King’s fight to keep his family together and earn a solid living. Only problem, legal jobs are scarce and no one wants to hire an ex-convict.

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