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Comedy
Seth Herzog’s Sweet
Standup
Manhattan
«$20
Weekly: Tuesday's at 9:00pm
Musical Megawatt
Improv
Manhattan
«$20
Weekly: Tuesday's at 7:00pm
Music
Red Bull Music Academy Festival New York 2015
Pop/Dance/Elec/DJ, Talks
Other
$20-40
Now – May 30th, 2015
Activities
Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life
Art
Bronx
$20-40
Now – Nov 1st, 2015
The Manhattan Cocktail Classic
Food/Drink
Other
$20-40
Now – May 19th, 2015
Nightlife
Board Games at The Uncommons
BarGames
Manhattan
«$20
Currently Running, No End-Date
Smörgås Chef Happy Hour
HappyHours
Manhattan
«$20
Starts at 4:00pm
Currently Running, No End-Date
Theater
La Sylphide
Dance
Manhattan
$20-40
Now – May 24th, 2015
Marathon of One-Act Plays
Off-Broadway
Manhattan
«$20
Now – Jun 27th, 2015
Stage
Celebrity Autobiography
Variety
Manhattan
$20-40
Currently Running, No End-Date
Queen of the Night
Burlesque, Variety
Manhattan
$40»
Now – May 31st, 2015
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THEATER

The first of three evenings of short works presented by Ensemble Studio Theatre is something the theatre could use more of. Running for 35 years, it’s plain to see why the Marathon has such great legs: if variety is the spice of life, EST’s given us a spice rack that seasons to taste. Quality and cu …Read more

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THEATER

Before going to see Sibyl Kempson’s newest play, Let Us Now Praise Susan Sontag, you’d be best served to spend a few minutes doing a bit of research. If you start with Sontag and work all the way back to Dust Bowl Era exploitation photography (and probably much further if you’re so inclined), the co …Read more

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THEATER

The audience walking into the Dixon Place for the opening weekend of puppeteer James Godwin’s one-man show The Flatiron Hex was not sure what kind of show to expect, and walking out we still weren’t exactly sure what we’d just witnessed, but we can’t say that we didn’t enjoy whatever it was. Taking …Read more

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THEATER

Coming of age stories are usually seen through hazy golden filters that make everything seem more romantic than it was. They are also mostly told through male voices, which is why it was quite a delight to see how democratic A.R. Gurney’s What I Did Last Summer tried to be with its female characters …Read more

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THEATER

From the latest health food promises to the perpetual lure of junk food, our relationship with the food we eat is often a complicated one. This fraught relationship is the focus of What Are You Eating?, a new show by Eric Wright and Matt Singer currently playing at The Tank. While it isn’t the infor …Read more

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THEATER

The past sneaks up on you when you least expect it to. That seems to be the idea at the center of Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, which focuses on the friendship between composer Franklin Shepard (Jack Mosbacher), lyricist Charley Kringas (Nicholas Park) and theatre critic Mary Flynn (Ally …Read more

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