A World Premiere Kennedy Center Commission What does lost feel like? If you’ve ever felt lost, then you’ll know just how Trixie’s favorite stuffed Knuffle Bunny feels when he’s left all alone. If you’ve ever felt loved, then you’ll know just how Trixie, Knuffle Bunny, and their family feel when they’re together.
Archives for April 25, 2010
Paige in Full is a visual mix-tape that blends dance, poetry, and live music to create a fresh new voice. This sibling collaboration delivers a story and sound that resonates with our multifaceted Hip-Hop generation.
In this Off-Broadway hit, five actors use lightning fast costume changes to play all 39 characters in a madcap comedy that’s been called “Monty Python meets Jules Verne.”
An intimate cabaret of six naked males who, through an evening of musical vignettes, explore the literal and figurative concept of “nakedness” for the modern male. Both knee slapping comical and poignant, Naked Boys Singing! has delivered an unforgettable evening of good fun theatre for more than a decade.
Arguably David Mamet’s greatest work, this modern classic about petty crooks and the pitfalls of American business percolates with Mamet’s unmistakable style.
Inside the secretive world of the ritual bath, eight women’s stories unfold in this sensitive depiction of religious observance and evolving feminist consciousness. A knowledgeable examination of traditions and ritual, this hit Israeli play explores the ever evolving position of women in Israeli society.
Rama must conquer the king Ravana to rescue his beautiful wife Sita and to save the world from darkness. This sweeping tale of romance, abduction, friendship and war is told by an ensemble of goddesses, demons, monkeys and heroes.
Perez Hilton follows a day in the life of the “thirty-something pink-haired chubby gay Cubano gossip blogger.” Brittany Spears has tragically passed away, and the stars are all coming our for her Red Carpet Wake. Perez finds himself at the center of an Al Queda terrorist plot to crash the wake and blow up all […]
Take the most outrageous comedy Shakespeare ever wrote, add the most serious play Sophocles wrote and what do you get? Total insanity! Skip along with Lumina onto the playing field of Greece as The Comedy of Errors meets The Tragedy of Oedipus. Mistaken identities and mistaken plays add up to a lot of laughter.
Souvenir imagines the story of real-life Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York socialite and tone-deaf diva who thought she was a great soprano. Speaking and singing with her from his keyboard at the grand piano, her wry accompanist, Cosme,