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  • Oct 17th to Oct 20th    
    Performed by an ensemble of 50 women and inspired by Audre Lorde's works, LORDES asks the question: How do we feed ourselves in a world where we are meant to starve?
  • Oct 4th to Oct 20th    
    Written and performed by Connie Winston, and directed by Rhonda “Passion” Hansome, this poignant visceral theatrical experience combines the two stories, Lena Baker and Sandra Bland. American...
  • Oct 18th to Oct 20th    
    Columbia University Player's presents F Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby," adapted by Simon Levy, in the Glicker Milstein Theatre at Barnard College. 
  • Oct 16th to Oct 21st    
    Shakespeare in the age of #MeToo. This acclaimed collaboration between London’s Cheek by Jowl and Moscow’s Pushkin Theatre propels Shakespeare’s “problem play” into a timely juggernaut of...
  • Oct 18th to Oct 21st    
    Wildflowers, a feminine genesis is a sensuous celebration of mystical femininity. Surreal movement poetry creates mesmerizing visual theatre in this interdisciplinary movement piece.
  • Sep 13th to Oct 21st    
    Picking Up the Pieces is an intimate look at life post-Hurricane María in Puerto Rico, and the unfortunate “new normal” of its people.
  • May 4th to Oct 21st    
    Image: Eliza Douglas, In My Dream, 2017. Oil on canvas. Image provided by Air de Paris, Paris; Photograph by Ivan Murzin. New paintings by artist Eliza Douglas for the Jewish Museum lobby will...
  • Oct 18th to Oct 21st    
    The air is starting to chill. You’ve picked out your Halloween costume. That means it’s almost time for the 2018 Crown Heights Film Festival.
  • Oct 18th to Oct 21st    
    AMNH's Margaret Mead Film Festiva screens documentaries that increase our understanding of the complexity and diversity of the peoples and cultures that populate our planet.
  • Oct 8th to Oct 22nd    
    The mission of the Women Center Stage (WCS) initiative is to support and vigorously promote the work of women artists and to celebrate the unique contribution of women to social justice and human...


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