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Show Full Month
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
30
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Sunday, June 30

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


Joe's Pub
New York Jazz Stories with Andrew Cyrille, Adam Lane & David Haney, presented in association with Arts for Arts, Inc.

New York Jazz Stories with Andrew Cyrille, Adam Lane & David Haney, presented in association with Arts for Arts, Inc.

Sunday, June 30
Justin Vivian Bond is Your Auntie Glam in Gay For The Gods!

Justin Vivian Bond is Your Auntie Glam in Gay For The Gods!

Sunday, June 30
1
Joe's Pub
Canada Day at Joe’s Pub: New York Rocks the Great Canadian Songbook

Canada Day at Joe’s Pub: New York Rocks the Great Canadian Songbook

Monday, July 1
2
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Tuesday, July 2

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Tuesday, July 2

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Max Stossel: Words That Move

Max Stossel: Words That Move

Tuesday, July 2
Paa Kow

Paa Kow

Tuesday, July 2
3
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Wednesday, July 3

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Wednesday, July 3

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Yemen Blues

Yemen Blues

Wednesday, July 3
4
5
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Friday, July 5

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Friday, July 5

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Quique Escamilla

Quique Escamilla

Friday, July 5
Pinc Louds

Pinc Louds

Friday, July 5
6
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Saturday, July 6

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Saturday, July 6

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Mighty Sparrow: The King of Calypso

Mighty Sparrow: The King of Calypso

Saturday, July 6
7
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Sunday, July 7

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Sunday, July 7

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
The Small Glories

The Small Glories

Sunday, July 7
Cristian Allexis y Urbanova

Cristian Allexis y Urbanova

Sunday, July 7
8
Joe's Pub
Staged Dives: An Evening with Stew & Heidi of The Negro Problem

Staged Dives: An Evening with Stew & Heidi of The Negro Problem

Monday, July 8
Chely Wright: Celebrate "Revival" Release

Chely Wright: Celebrate "Revival" Release

Monday, July 8
9
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Tuesday, July 9

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Tuesday, July 9

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Jeff Franzel

Jeff Franzel

Tuesday, July 9
Chris Garneau & String Quartet

Chris Garneau & String Quartet

Tuesday, July 9
10
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Wednesday, July 10

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Wednesday, July 10

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Paola Mendoza: Politics and Popcorn

Paola Mendoza: Politics and Popcorn

Wednesday, July 10
Elba Ramalho

Elba Ramalho

Wednesday, July 10
11
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Thursday, July 11

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Thursday, July 11

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Jean Grae: Jeanius

Jean Grae: Jeanius

Thursday, July 11
Catherine Cohen: The Twist?...She’s Gorgeous

Catherine Cohen: The Twist?...She’s Gorgeous

Thursday, July 11
12
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Friday, July 12

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Friday, July 12

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Jean Grae: Jeanius

Jean Grae: Jeanius

Friday, July 12
Matt Alber

Matt Alber

Friday, July 12
Never Sleep Alone starring Dr. Alex Schiller

Never Sleep Alone starring Dr. Alex Schiller

Friday, July 12
13
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Saturday, July 13

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Saturday, July 13

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Jean Grae: Jeanius

Jean Grae: Jeanius

Saturday, July 13
The Dan Band

The Dan Band

Saturday, July 13
14
The Public Theater
We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time

Sunday, July 14

Lortel Award-winning writer/performer David Cale (Harry Clarke) returns to The Public in his musical memoir of hope, family, and transcendence. Under the direction of Tony-award winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman) and featuring a six-piece orchestra, We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time reflects on Cale’s memories of growing up, escaping his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom, and tending to birds in his backyard animal hospital. Until one day things change.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Sunday, July 14

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Marcella & Her Lovers

Marcella & Her Lovers

Sunday, July 14
Myriam Phiro: Edith Piaf Tribute

Myriam Phiro: Edith Piaf Tribute

Sunday, July 14
15
Joe's Pub
Natalie Weiss

Natalie Weiss

Monday, July 15
Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Monday, July 15
16
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Tuesday, July 16

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Tuesday, July 16

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
Shaina Taub

Shaina Taub

Tuesday, July 16
Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Tuesday, July 16
17
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Wednesday, July 17

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Wednesday, July 17

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Wednesday, July 17
18
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Thursday, July 18

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Thursday, July 18

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
BONOMO

BONOMO

Thursday, July 18
MICHA: VISIONS

MICHA: VISIONS

Thursday, July 18
19
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Friday, July 19

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Friday, July 19

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
The Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret

The Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret

Friday, July 19
Rachel Brown

Rachel Brown

Friday, July 19
20
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Saturday, July 20

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
The Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret

The Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret

Saturday, July 20
21
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Sunday, July 21

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Amaan & Ayaan Ali Bangash

Amaan & Ayaan Ali Bangash

Sunday, July 21
Philip Markle: AT THE GAY BATHHOUSE

Philip Markle: AT THE GAY BATHHOUSE

Sunday, July 21
22
The Public Theater
Women and Shakespeare

Women and Shakespeare

Monday, July 22

Shakespeare’s worlds have always been populated by remarkable, complicated women, as seen this summer at the Delacorte in the sharp-witted, righteous Beatrice and the political, persuasive Volumnia. 

Since the turn of the 20th century, from academia to theaters across the world, women have been testing the boundaries of sexuality, gender roles, performance styles, and production possibilities in Shakespeare. In doing so they have widened the range of opportunities, viewpoints, and challenges posed by his poems and plays.

Join the Public Shakespeare Initiative and a group of brilliant directors, actors, and scholars for a lively, probing conversation about women and Shakespeare, on the page and in practice – the past as well as the future.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Monday, July 22

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
Spirit Night hosted by Henry Koperski & Larry Owens

Spirit Night hosted by Henry Koperski & Larry Owens

Monday, July 22
23
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Tuesday, July 23

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Tuesday, July 23

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Downtown: Book Launch and Celebration

Downtown: Book Launch and Celebration

Tuesday, July 23
Michelle Collins: Strong Monster

Michelle Collins: Strong Monster

Tuesday, July 23
24
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Wednesday, July 24

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Wednesday, July 24

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Joe Taylor

Joe Taylor

Wednesday, July 24
AzN PoP! Live in Concert!

AzN PoP! Live in Concert!

Wednesday, July 24
25
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Thursday, July 25

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Thursday, July 25

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
Erin Hill: Adventures in Harp Town

Erin Hill: Adventures in Harp Town

Thursday, July 25
26
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Friday, July 26

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Friday, July 26

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Amber Martin: Three Women - Joplin, Midler & Nyro

Amber Martin: Three Women - Joplin, Midler & Nyro

Friday, July 26
27
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Saturday, July 27

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Saturday, July 27

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
For Black Trans Girls Who Gotta Cuss a MF’er out when Snatching an Edge Ain’t Enough

For Black Trans Girls Who Gotta Cuss a MF’er out when Snatching an Edge Ain’t Enough

Saturday, July 27
Joseph Keckler

Joseph Keckler

Saturday, July 27
28
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Sunday, July 28

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Fishman and Farhang

Fishman and Farhang

Sunday, July 28
Rita Rudner and Friends featuring Johnny Lonely

Rita Rudner and Friends featuring Johnny Lonely

Sunday, July 28
29
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Monday, July 29

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
The Lemon Twigs

The Lemon Twigs

Monday, July 29
Jackie Hoffman: Themeless

Jackie Hoffman: Themeless

Monday, July 29
30
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Tuesday, July 30

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Tuesday, July 30

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


#BARS Workshop Presentations

#BARS Workshop Presentations

Tuesday, July 30

For the rappers, actors, poets, performers, orators, playwrights and songbirds: #BARS is where verse and theater come together. Come see the culmination of our four-week workshop, starring the 5th Cohort.

#BARS is a workshop created by arts educators Rafael Casal & Daveed Diggs, as a space for artists to investigate and develop their craft at the intersection of contemporary verse and Theater. The program is one of The Public Theater’s New Work Development working groups.


Joe's Pub
Tony Trischka and Territory: Y'all Come

Tony Trischka and Territory: Y'all Come

Tuesday, July 30
31
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Wednesday, July 31

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Wednesday, July 31

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


#BARS Workshop Presentations

#BARS Workshop Presentations

Wednesday, July 31

For the rappers, actors, poets, performers, orators, playwrights and songbirds: #BARS is where verse and theater come together. Come see the culmination of our four-week workshop, starring the 5th Cohort.

#BARS is a workshop created by arts educators Rafael Casal & Daveed Diggs, as a space for artists to investigate and develop their craft at the intersection of contemporary verse and Theater. The program is one of The Public Theater’s New Work Development working groups.


Joe's Pub
Hope On a String Summer Jam

Hope On a String Summer Jam

Wednesday, July 31
1
The Public Theater
CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Thursday, August 1

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


MOJADA

MOJADA

Thursday, August 1

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


Joe's Pub
Todd Almond: IoO

Todd Almond: IoO

Thursday, August 1
Adam Weiner (of Low Cut Connie)

Adam Weiner (of Low Cut Connie)

Thursday, August 1
2
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Friday, August 2

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Friday, August 2

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


#BARS Workshop Presentations

#BARS Workshop Presentations

Friday, August 2

For the rappers, actors, poets, performers, orators, playwrights and songbirds: #BARS is where verse and theater come together. Come see the culmination of our four-week workshop, starring the 5th Cohort.

#BARS is a workshop created by arts educators Rafael Casal & Daveed Diggs, as a space for artists to investigate and develop their craft at the intersection of contemporary verse and Theater. The program is one of The Public Theater’s New Work Development working groups.


Joe's Pub
Matt Sheehy: Aberdeen

Matt Sheehy: Aberdeen

Friday, August 2
3
The Public Theater
MOJADA

MOJADA

Saturday, August 3

MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.”

With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.


CORIOLANUS

CORIOLANUS

Saturday, August 3

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.


Joe's Pub
Will Connolly

Will Connolly

Saturday, August 3
2Scoops: The Farewell Tour

2Scoops: The Farewell Tour

Saturday, August 3
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