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September 2016

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Joe's Pub

Mike Daisey: The Trump Card

Sunday, August 28

Mike Daisey: The Trump Card

Sunday, August 28 - 6:30 PM

Tennessee Mafia Jug Band

Sunday, August 28

Tennessee Mafia Jug Band

Sunday, August 28 - 9:30 PM
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Joe's Pub

LezCab Sings The 90s

Monday, August 29

LezCab Sings The 90s

Monday, August 29 - 7:30 PM

CastAndLoose Live!: #RepresentationMatters

Monday, August 29

CastAndLoose Live!: #RepresentationMatters

Monday, August 29 - 9:30 PM
30
Joe's Pub

Hector Martignon & Foreign Affair

Tuesday, August 30

Hector Martignon & Foreign Affair

Tuesday, August 30 - 7:30 PM

Fionn Ó Lochlainn

Tuesday, August 30

Fionn Ó Lochlainn

Tuesday, August 30 - 9:30 PM
31
Joe's Pub

Bill Kirchen & Austin de Lone: Transatlanticana Album Release

Wednesday, August 31

Bill Kirchen & Austin de Lone: Transatlanticana Album Release

Wednesday, August 31 - 7:30 PM

Kevin Smith Kirkwood is Classic Whitney: Alive!

Wednesday, August 31

Kevin Smith Kirkwood is Classic Whitney: Alive!

Wednesday, August 31 - 9:30 PM
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Joe's Pub

Jay Brannan

Thursday, September 1

Jay Brannan

Thursday, September 1 - 7:30 PM

Champagne Jerry

Thursday, September 1

Champagne Jerry

Thursday, September 1 - 9:30 PM
2
Joe's Pub

The Kruger Brothers

Friday, September 2

The Kruger Brothers

Friday, September 2 - 7:30 PM

Elsten “Fulano” Torres / EliaCiM

Friday, September 2

Elsten “Fulano” Torres / EliaCiM

Friday, September 2 - 9:30 PM
Shakespeare in the Park

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Friday, September 2

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Friday, September 2 - 8:00 PM
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Joe's Pub

Jack Kerouac Project Benefit Concert

Saturday, September 3

Jack Kerouac Project Benefit Concert

Saturday, September 3 - 7:00 PM

Billy Lloyd

Saturday, September 3

Billy Lloyd

Saturday, September 3 - 9:30 PM
Shakespeare in the Park

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Saturday, September 3

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Saturday, September 3 - 8:00 PM
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Joe's Pub

Bonjour

Sunday, September 4

Bonjour

Sunday, September 4 - 7:30 PM

Fendika

Sunday, September 4

Fendika

Sunday, September 4 - 9:30 PM
Shakespeare in the Park

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Sunday, September 4

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Sunday, September 4 - 8:00 PM
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Shakespeare in the Park

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Monday, September 5

Public Works: Twelfth Night

Monday, September 5 - 8:00 PM
6
Joe's Pub

The Movie Star and the Mammy (A Love Story)

Tuesday, September 6

The Movie Star and the Mammy (A Love Story)

Tuesday, September 6 - 7:00 PM

Paul Iacono: Psychedelic Hedonism

Tuesday, September 6

Paul Iacono: Psychedelic Hedonism

Tuesday, September 6 - 9:30 PM
7
Joe's Pub

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Wednesday, September 7

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Wednesday, September 7 - 7:00 PM

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Wednesday, September 7

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Wednesday, September 7 - 9:00 PM
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Joe's Pub

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Thursday, September 8

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Thursday, September 8 - 7:00 PM

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Thursday, September 8

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Thursday, September 8 - 9:00 PM
9
Joe's Pub

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Friday, September 9

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Friday, September 9 - 7:00 PM

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Friday, September 9

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Friday, September 9 - 9:00 PM
10
The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 10

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 10 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Saturday, September 10

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Saturday, September 10 - 7:00 PM

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Saturday, September 10

Justin Vivian Bond: The Golden Age of Justin Vivian Bond

Saturday, September 10 - 9:00 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 11

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 11 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

A Celebration of Justin Vivian Bond Trans/Art/Family: The VIVification of NYC, a celebration and benefit

Sunday, September 11

A Celebration of Justin Vivian Bond Trans/Art/Family: The VIVification of NYC, a celebration and benefit

Sunday, September 11 - 8:00 PM
12
Joe's Pub

Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens – Live on Stage!

Monday, September 12

Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens – Live on Stage!

Monday, September 12 - 7:00 PM
13
The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, September 13

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, September 13 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

John Epperson: The Artist Principally Known as Lypsinka

Tuesday, September 13

John Epperson: The Artist Principally Known as Lypsinka

Tuesday, September 13 - 7:30 PM

Nikolett Pankovits / Josh Deutsch

Tuesday, September 13

Nikolett Pankovits / Josh Deutsch

Tuesday, September 13 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, September 14

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, September 14 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Roswell Rudd & Heather Masse

Wednesday, September 14

Roswell Rudd & Heather Masse

Wednesday, September 14 - 7:00 PM

Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens – Live on Stage!

Wednesday, September 14

Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens – Live on Stage!

Wednesday, September 14 - 9:30 PM
15
The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, September 15

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, September 15 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Leyla McCalla

Thursday, September 15

Leyla McCalla

Thursday, September 15 - 7:30 PM

Sara Serpa & André Matos

Thursday, September 15

Sara Serpa & André Matos

Thursday, September 15 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, September 16

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, September 16 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

John Epperson: The Artist Principally Known as Lypsinka

Friday, September 16

John Epperson: The Artist Principally Known as Lypsinka

Friday, September 16 - 7:30 PM

The Mother Hips

Friday, September 16

The Mother Hips

Friday, September 16 - 9:30 PM

Pants Velour

Friday, September 16

Pants Velour

Friday, September 16 - 11:59 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 17

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 17 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 17 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

The Dan Band

Saturday, September 17

The Dan Band

Saturday, September 17 - 7:00 PM

The Mother Hips

Saturday, September 17

The Mother Hips

Saturday, September 17 - 9:30 PM

Diz & The Fam

Saturday, September 17

Diz & The Fam

Saturday, September 17 - 11:59 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 18

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 18 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 18 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Michael Longoria: Broadway Brick By Brick

Sunday, September 18

Michael Longoria: Broadway Brick By Brick

Sunday, September 18 - 7:00 PM

The Meeting* Hosted by Justin Sayre

Sunday, September 18

The Meeting* Hosted by Justin Sayre

Sunday, September 18 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Monday, September 19

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Monday, September 19 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Joe's Pub

The 2016 Howard Ashman Award and Benefit Cabaret

Monday, September 19

The 2016 Howard Ashman Award and Benefit Cabaret

Monday, September 19 - 7:00 PM

Saint Adeline featuring Drew, Kasie, and Chloe Gasparini w/ opener Kaylyn Marie

Monday, September 19

Saint Adeline featuring Drew, Kasie, and Chloe Gasparini w/ opener Kaylyn Marie

Monday, September 19 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Tuesday, September 20

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Tuesday, September 20 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, September 20

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, September 20 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

House of Speakeasy: Seriously Entertaining

Tuesday, September 20

House of Speakeasy: Seriously Entertaining

Tuesday, September 20 - 7:00 PM

Nano Stern with special guest Manu Sija

Tuesday, September 20

Nano Stern with special guest Manu Sija

Tuesday, September 20 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Wednesday, September 21

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Wednesday, September 21 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, September 21

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, September 21 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

The M Word: Muslim-American Comedians on the Right to Joke

Wednesday, September 21

The M Word: Muslim-American Comedians on the Right to Joke

Wednesday, September 21 - 7:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Thursday, September 22

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Thursday, September 22 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, September 22

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, September 22 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Thursday, September 22

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Thursday, September 22 - 7:00 PM

The Employee of the Month Show with Catie Lazarus

Thursday, September 22

The Employee of the Month Show with Catie Lazarus

Thursday, September 22 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, September 23

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, September 23 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Friday, September 23

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Friday, September 23 - 7:00 PM

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Friday, September 23 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 24

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 24 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, September 24 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Saturday, September 24

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Saturday, September 24 - 2:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Saturday, September 24 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Joe's Pub

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Saturday, September 24

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Saturday, September 24 - 7:00 PM

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Saturday, September 24 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 25

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 25 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 25 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, September 25

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, September 25 - 2:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, September 25 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Joe's Pub

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Sunday, September 25

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Sunday, September 25 - 7:00 PM

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Sunday, September 25 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

An Evening with Coriolanus and the Modern Campaign

Monday, September 26

Shakespeare Society Artistic Director Michael Sexton hosts an evening exploring Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy and the way it presages much of our modern political culture. The evening will feature performances and insights from actors like Chuwudi Iwuji, Elizabeth Marvel, and Bill Camp as well as political figures like Jacob Weisberg and NYC Public Advocate Letitia James. 


An Evening with Coriolanus and the Modern Campaign

Monday, September 26 - 7:00 PM

Shakespeare Society Artistic Director Michael Sexton hosts an evening exploring Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy and the way it presages much of our modern political culture. The evening will feature performances and insights from ac