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  • April 1    
    A semi-biographical original play by Antonia Georgieva about the affair between Virginia Woolf and 20th century British writer Vita Sackville-West
  • April 1    
    The Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama Group is proud to present Seneca's "Troades" (Trojan Women) - a resistance piece composed around the middle of the first century CE during the reign of Emperor Nero...
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    Hair: The American Tribal Love-rock Musical tells the story of young hippies in New York fighting American conservatism and the Vietnam War. 
  • April 1    
    What For? Why Not? is a series of six one-of-a-kind, shared-evening events over two weekends juxtaposing dance, music, spoken word, and visual art. Each WFWN program features outstanding artists...
  • April 2    
    For the first time, The Photography Show presented by AIPAD will present special curated exhibitions of private collections in its new location at Pier 94 on Manhattan’s west side.
  • April 2    
    Get ready for Passover with interactive workshops and performances. 
  • April 2    
  • April 2    
    St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble pursues its exploration of the Baroque repertoire by performing some of the most joyful and uplifting music of the era, and will feature works from J.S. Bach, his eldest...
  • April 2    
    As the Soviet army inched closer to taking Lithuania in 1943, 80 Jewish prisoners dug an escape tunnel using their hands and spoons.
  • April 2    
    Jack Whitten, Khee I, 1978. Acrylic on canvas, 72 × 84 in. The Studio Museum in Harlem; gift of Lawrence Levine, New York 1981.9. Photo: Adam Reich

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