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  • Joe's Pub
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  • Newman Theater
  • Martinson Hall
  • Shiva Theater
  • LuEsther Hall
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  • The Delacorte Theater in Central Park
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2
Joe's Pub

JP Jofre / Miho Hazama Project featuring String Quartet from the New Asia Chamber Music Society

Monday, January 2

Dynasty Handbag: I An, Moron presented in association with NYPAC

Monday, January 2
3
Joe's Pub

Jomama Jones: Black Light

Tuesday, January 3

Beyond what we see, can we be? Jomama Jones and her stellar band investigate the heart of our matter. She explores the signs and signifiers found in the darkest part of the night that send us toward the blush of dawn. 

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Mrs. Smith: While My Guitar Gently Shrieks

Tuesday, January 3
4
Joe's Pub

Women of Letters

Wednesday, January 4
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Wednesday, January 4

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Wednesday, January 4

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Wednesday, January 4

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Wednesday, January 4

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Erin Markey (USA)

Wednesday, January 4

Comprised of her signature story-driven stand-up and scored by sensual home-made pop, Erin Markey: Boner Killer is an intimate musical conversation between what Markey thinks she can’t have and how she’d have it if she could. Driven by Whitney Houston’s lesbian mythologies, Europe™, and a Pretty Woman accident, Markey sacrifices her own life to transform personal humiliations into naked feminist hope. She is accompanied by a small music outfit and directed by Ellie Heyman.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


5
Joe's Pub

Justin Vivian Bond Shows Up: UTR After-Party

Thursday, January 5
Under the Radar Festival

The Bengsons (USA)

Thursday, January 5

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Nikki Appino & Saori Tsukada with Tim Fain (USA)

Thursday, January 5

Club Diamond is an exploration of storytelling using an original silent film, live violin, and traditional Japanese performance techniques. A young woman travels to New York from Tokyo to become a star, an unemployed Benshi film narrator re-tells the story on the street of post-war Japan.

Performed in English and Japanese 

Running Time: 60 Minutes


Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Thursday, January 5

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Ryan J. Haddad

Thursday, January 5

Do you have a high sex drive? Ryan does. He also has cerebral palsy. No, those things are not mutually exclusive. Join writer/performer Ryan J. Haddad on a roller coaster through New York’s gay dating scene, where the highs are high and the lows are lonely.  Hi, Are You Single? is an examination of intimacy, rejection, and judgment. But also Grindr, fabulous drag queens, and go-go dancers. Please bring an attractive male friend with you.

Running Time: 55 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Thursday, January 5

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Jomama Jones (USA)

Thursday, January 5

Beyond what we see, can we be? Jomama Jones and her stellar band investigate the heart of our matter. She explores the signs and signifiers found in the darkest part of the night that send us toward the blush of dawn. 

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Thursday, January 5

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


6
Joe's Pub

Time for Three

Friday, January 6

Joan Osborne: The Songs of Bob Dylan

Friday, January 6
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Friday, January 6

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


New Saloon

Friday, January 6

New Saloon’s irreverent mashup of English-language translations of Uncle Vanya – from the dusty 1916 edition to Google Translate’s whack results is a kaleidoscopic amplification of Chekhov's depressing comedy. Each character is interpreted by multiple actors and through multiple translations, in an athletic attempt to say one true thing. “I’ve been made a complete fool,” Vanya says, “foolishly betrayed,” Vanya agrees, “stupidly cheated,” Vanya clarifies.

Running Time: 80 minutes


Tania El Khoury (UK/Lebanon)

Friday, January 6

In Syria, martyrs from the early periods of the uprising were secretly buried in family gardens; their stories are unearthed in this interactive sound installation created by artist Tania El Khoury.

Running Time: 40 Minutes


Nikki Appino & Saori Tsukada with Tim Fain (USA)

Friday, January 6

Club Diamond is an exploration of storytelling using an original silent film, live violin, and traditional Japanese performance techniques. A young woman travels to New York from Tokyo to become a star, an unemployed Benshi film narrator re-tells the story on the street of post-war Japan.

Performed in English and Japanese 

Running Time: 60 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Friday, January 6

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Keith A. Wallace & Deborah Stein (USA)

Friday, January 6

Basketball, block parties, traffic stops, learning how to survive while Black in America. Wallace takes us on a ride through North Philly on a night he won’t forget.

Running Time: 55 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Friday, January 6

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Erin Markey (USA)

Friday, January 6

Comprised of her signature story-driven stand-up and scored by sensual home-made pop, Erin Markey: Boner Killer is an intimate musical conversation between what Markey thinks she can’t have and how she’d have it if she could. Driven by Whitney Houston’s lesbian mythologies, Europe™, and a Pretty Woman accident, Markey sacrifices her own life to transform personal humiliations into naked feminist hope. She is accompanied by a small music outfit and directed by Ellie Heyman.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


7
Joe's Pub

Martin Sexton

Saturday, January 7

Pedrito Martinez Group

Saturday, January 7
Under the Radar Festival

Tania El Khoury (UK/Lebanon)

Saturday, January 7

In Syria, martyrs from the early periods of the uprising were secretly buried in family gardens; their stories are unearthed in this interactive sound installation created by artist Tania El Khoury.

Running Time: 40 Minutes


Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Saturday, January 7

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Nikki Appino & Saori Tsukada with Tim Fain (USA)

Saturday, January 7

Club Diamond is an exploration of storytelling using an original silent film, live violin, and traditional Japanese performance techniques. A young woman travels to New York from Tokyo to become a star, an unemployed Benshi film narrator re-tells the story on the street of post-war Japan.

Performed in English and Japanese 

Running Time: 60 Minutes


Keith A. Wallace & Deborah Stein (USA)

Saturday, January 7

Basketball, block parties, traffic stops, learning how to survive while Black in America. Wallace takes us on a ride through North Philly on a night he won’t forget.

Running Time: 55 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Saturday, January 7

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


James Allister Sprang as GAZR

Saturday, January 7

Poet-turned-rapper GAZR reaches through digital space, through the metastasizing web of mediation, and pulls the audience into his imagination. With the assistance of a small orchestra, he live-composes a rap mixtape—a digital document of the poet’s relationship to language, race, and technology.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Saturday, January 7

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Saturday, January 7

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


PWR BTTM (USA)

Saturday, January 7

Ben usually plays guitar. Liv usually plays drums. They both sing. Anything can happen.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


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Under the Radar Festival

Tania El Khoury (UK/Lebanon)

Sunday, January 8

In Syria, martyrs from the early periods of the uprising were secretly buried in family gardens; their stories are unearthed in this interactive sound installation created by artist Tania El Khoury.

Running Time: 40 Minutes


Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Sunday, January 8

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Sunday, January 8

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Keith A. Wallace & Deborah Stein (USA)

Sunday, January 8

Basketball, block parties, traffic stops, learning how to survive while Black in America. Wallace takes us on a ride through North Philly on a night he won’t forget.

Running Time: 55 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Sunday, January 8

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Ayesha Jordan + Charlotte Brathwaite

Sunday, January 8

Shasta is celebrity. Shasta is the future.  Completely uncensored and outrageously fabulous, this world-renowned icon brings you her signature brand of basement get-down party. With contagious energy and sexy southern charms, Shasta tackles naughty topics and pays sonic homage to the classic era of Hip-Hop, elevating the listener to new highs.

Running Time: 80 Minutes


Jomama Jones (USA)

Sunday, January 8

Beyond what we see, can we be? Jomama Jones and her stellar band investigate the heart of our matter. She explores the signs and signifiers found in the darkest part of the night that send us toward the blush of dawn. 

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Nikki Appino & Saori Tsukada with Tim Fain (USA)

Sunday, January 8

Club Diamond is an exploration of storytelling using an original silent film, live violin, and traditional Japanese performance techniques. A young woman travels to New York from Tokyo to become a star, an unemployed Benshi film narrator re-tells the story on the street of post-war Japan.

Performed in English and Japanese 

Running Time: 60 Minutes


Champagne Jerry featuring Neal Medlyn (USA)

Sunday, January 8

Champagne Jerry is a rapper and performance artist who seeks to transform the world every single time he hits the stage. Real beats, real rapping, real champagne, real realness.

Running Time: 65 Minutes


9
Joe's Pub

The Steel Wheels / Parsonsfield

Monday, January 9

Quetzal / Betty Bonifassi / Maarja Nuut ft. Hendrik Kaljujärv

Monday, January 9
Under the Radar Festival

Tania El Khoury (UK/Lebanon)

Monday, January 9

In Syria, martyrs from the early periods of the uprising were secretly buried in family gardens; their stories are unearthed in this interactive sound installation created by artist Tania El Khoury.

Running Time: 40 Minutes


Becca Blackwell

Monday, January 9

Part classic standup comedy special, part teen zine vomit confessional, They, Themself and Schmerm is Becca’s disturbingly hilarious personal tale of being adopted into a Midwestern religious family, trained to be a girl, molested, and plagued by the question, “How do I become a man and do I even want that?” Becca engages in loving confrontation with the audience, asking what it truly means to be authentic in these meat carcasses.

Running Time: 70 Minutes


Nikki Appino & Saori Tsukada with Tim Fain (USA)

Monday, January 9

Club Diamond is an exploration of storytelling using an original silent film, live violin, and traditional Japanese performance techniques. A young woman travels to New York from Tokyo to become a star, an unemployed Benshi film narrator re-tells the story on the street of post-war Japan.

Performed in English and Japanese 

Running Time: 60 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Monday, January 9

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Keith A. Wallace & Deborah Stein (USA)

Monday, January 9

Basketball, block parties, traffic stops, learning how to survive while Black in America. Wallace takes us on a ride through North Philly on a night he won’t forget.

Running Time: 55 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Monday, January 9

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


10
Joe's Pub

French Quarter: Jazz in NYC featuring Raphaël Imbert, Lou Tavano & Imany

Tuesday, January 10
Under the Radar Festival

Erin Markey (USA)

Tuesday, January 10

Comprised of her signature story-driven stand-up and scored by sensual home-made pop, Erin Markey: Boner Killer is an intimate musical conversation between what Markey thinks she can’t have and how she’d have it if she could. Driven by Whitney Houston’s lesbian mythologies, Europe™, and a Pretty Woman accident, Markey sacrifices her own life to transform personal humiliations into naked feminist hope. She is accompanied by a small music outfit and directed by Ellie Heyman.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


11
Joe's Pub

Grace Kelly

Wednesday, January 11

Brooklyn Raga Massive: Terry Riley’s In C presented in association with ISPA & globalFEST

Wednesday, January 11

DJ Bembona presented in association with ISPA & globalFEST

Wednesday, January 11
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Wednesday, January 11

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Wednesday, January 11

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Wednesday, January 11

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Marga Gomez (USA)

Wednesday, January 11

The ballsy adult child of a Cuban entertainer defies reason by producing a hipster comedy night at a struggling Latino drag club to honor her macho immigrant dad. 


12
Joe's Pub

Betsayda Machado & La Parranda El Clavo: Gala Sabrosa

Thursday, January 12
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Thursday, January 12

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Marga Gomez (USA)

Thursday, January 12

The ballsy adult child of a Cuban entertainer defies reason by producing a hipster comedy night at a struggling Latino drag club to honor her macho immigrant dad. 


Belarus Free Theatre (Belarus/UK)

Thursday, January 12

A story of three women at the forefront of the movement for a democratic Belarus, who have an unflinching and unswerving dedication to the truth. Belarus Free Theatre returns to UTR with one of their most intimate and powerful productions.

Performed in Russian with English supertitles

Running Time: 85 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Thursday, January 12

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Thursday, January 12

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


PWR BTTM (USA)

Thursday, January 12

Ben usually plays guitar. Liv usually plays drums. They both sing. Anything can happen.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


13
Joe's Pub

I Beg Your Parton: Addie Sings Dolly

Friday, January 13

Noel & Julia's Wayward Brainchildren

Friday, January 13
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Friday, January 13

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Friday, January 13

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Belarus Free Theatre (Belarus/UK)

Friday, January 13

A story of three women at the forefront of the movement for a democratic Belarus, who have an unflinching and unswerving dedication to the truth. Belarus Free Theatre returns to UTR with one of their most intimate and powerful productions.

Performed in Russian with English supertitles

Running Time: 85 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Friday, January 13

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Friday, January 13

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


14
Joe's Pub

Stephanie Chou presented in association with China Institute

Saturday, January 14

Ayo

Saturday, January 14
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Saturday, January 14

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Belarus Free Theatre (Belarus/UK)

Saturday, January 14

A story of three women at the forefront of the movement for a democratic Belarus, who have an unflinching and unswerving dedication to the truth. Belarus Free Theatre returns to UTR with one of their most intimate and powerful productions.

Performed in Russian with English supertitles

Running Time: 85 Minutes


Manual Cinema (USA)

Saturday, January 14

Set in the American Southwest and inspired by the music of Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and live music to create their distinctive theatrical style.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Saturday, January 14

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Saturday, January 14

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


Marga Gomez (USA)

Saturday, January 14

The ballsy adult child of a Cuban entertainer defies reason by producing a hipster comedy night at a struggling Latino drag club to honor her macho immigrant dad. 


15
Joe's Pub

SAY Songwriting Project

Sunday, January 15

Kristo Rodzevski

Sunday, January 15

Michael Mwenso’s Melting Pot ft.Vuyo Sotashe: Songs of Freedom

Sunday, January 15
Under the Radar Festival

Rimini Protokoll (Germany)

Sunday, January 15

In the Egyptian Wing of the Brooklyn Museum, an algorithm and smart devices turn audience members into inconspicuous agents of espionage, navigating the global network of the intelligence community.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


Marga Gomez (USA)

Sunday, January 15

The ballsy adult child of a Cuban entertainer defies reason by producing a hipster comedy night at a struggling Latino drag club to honor her macho immigrant dad. 


Belarus Free Theatre (Belarus/UK)

Sunday, January 15

A story of three women at the forefront of the movement for a democratic Belarus, who have an unflinching and unswerving dedication to the truth. Belarus Free Theatre returns to UTR with one of their most intimate and powerful productions.

Performed in Russian with English supertitles

Running Time: 85 Minutes


The Bengsons (USA)

Sunday, January 15

Told through epic song and story, Hundred Days is the uncensored, heartrending, and exhilarating true story of how The Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that love unleashed their terror of mortality.

Running Time: 90 Minutes


600 HIGHWAYMEN (USA)

Sunday, January 15

A new work by 600 HIGHWAYMEN that tests the limits of individual and collective responsibility, examining how we assemble, organize, and care for the bodies around us.

Running Time: 75 Minutes


16
Joe's Pub

Sama: An American Requiem

Monday, January 16

Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Monday, January 16
17
Joe's Pub

Jill Sobule

Tuesday, January 17

Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments

Tuesday, January 17
18
Joe's Pub

Lapham’s Quarterly: Thomas Paine’s To Begin the World Over

Wednesday, January 18

Pastel Hell / Amanda Neill

Wednesday, January 18
19
Joe's Pub

The Fall of Julian Fleisher – Volume IV

Thursday, January 19

Theo Croker

Thursday, January 19
20
Joe's Pub

RighteousGIRLS / Bearthoven

Friday, January 20

Luke Wade

Friday, January 20
21
Joe's Pub

Matt Doyle

Saturday, January 21

The Pink Room: David Lynch Burlesque presents The 6th Annual Miss Twin Peaks Pageant

Saturday, January 21
22
Joe's Pub

Wringer presented in association with the NYC Children’s Theater

Sunday, January 22

The Meeting* Hosted by Justin Sayre

Sunday, January 22
23
Joe's Pub

Discount Ghost Stories presented in association with Musical Theatre Factory

Monday, January 23

Nile Rodgers

Monday, January 23
24
Joe's Pub

Monday Michiru

Tuesday, January 24

Margot Bingham

Tuesday, January 24
25
Joe's Pub

Talia

Wednesday, January 25

Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely Birthday Concerts Featuring Toshi Reagon & BIGLovely

Wednesday, January 25
26
Joe's Pub

Jeff Franzel

Thursday, January 26

Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely Birthday Concerts Featuring Toshi Reagon & BIGLovely

Thursday, January 26
27
Joe's Pub

Shaina Taub

Friday, January 27

Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely Birthday Concerts Featuring Toshi Reagon & BIGLovely

Friday, January 27

Karina Pasian

Friday, January 27
28
Joe's Pub

Nile Rodgers

Saturday, January 28

Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely Birthday Concerts Featuring Toshi Reagon & BIGLovely

Saturday, January 28
29
Joe's Pub

Thunder & Sunshine

Sunday, January 29

Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely Birthday Concerts The Sacred Music Show w/ Bernice Johnson Reagon

Sunday, January 29

The Anya Marina Show

Sunday, January 29
30
Joe's Pub

A Night of 'Bad' Theatre: A Benefit for Random Access Theatre

Monday, January 30
31
Joe's Pub

Feminist Press Ball

Tuesday, January 31

John Early & Kate Berlant: 555

Tuesday, January 31
1
Joe's Pub

Women of Letters

Wednesday, February 1

John Early & Kate Berlant: 555

Wednesday, February 1
2
Joe's Pub

Catie Curtis

Thursday, February 2

John Early & Kate Berlant: 555

Thursday, February 2
3
Joe's Pub

The Pedro Giraudo Tango Ensembles with special guest Sofia Tosello

Friday, February 3

John Early & Kate Berlant: 555

Friday, February 3
4
Joe's Pub

Jazz Stories with Bernard Purdie & David Haney

Saturday, February 4

Vincent D’Onofrio & Dana Lyn: Slim Bone Head Volt

Saturday, February 4
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