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  • Newman Theater
  • Martinson Hall
  • Shiva Theater
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  • The Delacorte Theater in Central Park
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The Public Theater

Head of Passes

Sunday, May 1

At the mouth of the Mississippi River, Shelah’s family and friends have come to celebrate her birthday and save her from a leaking roof. But in this contemporary parable inspired by the Book of Job, unexpected events turn the reunion into the ultimate test of faith and love. As her world seems to collapse around her, Shelah must fight to survive the rising flood of life’s greatest challenges.


Mobile Unit: Romeo & Juliet

Sunday, May 1

This spring, The Mobile Shakespeare Unit, which strengthens community engagement with the arts by bringing free, world-class productions of Shakespeare to communities all across New York City, will present Shakespeare’s timeless tale of ROMEO & JULIET. In some of the most romantic language ever written for the stage, young Romeo and Juliet become fortune’s fools when the ancient grudge between their families forces them to sacrifice all for the chance to be together. Obie Award winner Lear deBessonet directs the classic tale of star-cross’d lovers caught between the world outside the bedroom window and passion as boundless as the sea.


Dry Powder

Sunday, May 1

DRY POWDER is SARAH BURGESS' deliciously funny new drama about the people molding and messing with the American economy. The same week his private equity firm forced massive layoffs at a national grocery chain, Rick threw himself an extravagant engagement party, setting off a publicity nightmare. Fortunately, Seth, one of Rick’s managing directors, has a win-win deal to invest in an American-made luggage company for a song and rescue his boss from the company’s PR disaster. But Jenny, Seth’s counterpart, has an entirely different plan: to squeeze every last penny out of the company, no matter the human toll. Thomas Kail directs.


Joe's Pub

The Universal Thump: The Seder-Songwriter Project

Sunday, May 1

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Sunday, May 1
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The Public Theater

Public Forum Drama Club: No Villain by Arthur Miller

Monday, May 2

Public Forum’s Drama Club series returns with a very special debut: a ‘lost’ play by Arthur Miller, entitled NO VILLAIN, written when he was just a sophomore at University of Michigan. NO VILLAIN shows a playwright coming into his own, grappling with the issues of labor and society as well as displaying the intra-family relationships that would come to define his entire body of work. Join a cast of celebrated actors and thinkers, including Alessandra Baldacchino, Francois Battiste, Dr. Enoch Brater, Brandon J. Dirden, Santino Fontana, Peter FriedmanWendy C. Goldberg, Hugh Kennedy, Judith Light, James Surowiecki, Frank Wood, and more, for a night of discovery, entertainment, and Marxism in Miller’s still-timely play.


Joe's Pub

Ruth B: Showcase

Monday, May 2

Michael Longoria: Broadway Brick By Brick Album Release Concert

Monday, May 2
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Joe's Pub

John Kelly: Beauty Kills Me

Tuesday, May 3

Michael Longoria: Broadway Brick By Brick Album Release Concert

Tuesday, May 3
4
Joe's Pub

Women of Letters

Wednesday, May 4

Petra Haden & Jesse Harris: Album Release

Wednesday, May 4
5
Joe's Pub

A Soulful Evening to support Restorative Justice featuring music by Stephanie McKay & The Call

Thursday, May 5

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Thursday, May 5
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Joe's Pub

Kiran Ahluwalia

Friday, May 6

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Friday, May 6
7
Joe's Pub

Holy Crow Jazz Band featuring Jessy Carolina / Sweet Megg & the Wayfarers

Saturday, May 7

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Saturday, May 7
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Joe's Pub

The N’Harmonics

Sunday, May 8
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Joe's Pub

Curtain Up! Bay Street Theater Benefit

Monday, May 9

Heath Saunders presented in association with Musical Theatre Factory

Monday, May 9
10
The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Tuesday, May 10

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Jamie Leonhart

Tuesday, May 10

Reverend Billy & The Fiery Eagles of Justice: The Earth Wants YOU!

Tuesday, May 10
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Wednesday, May 11

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Marcelle Davies-Lashley

Wednesday, May 11

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Wednesday, May 11
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Thursday, May 12

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

The Children's Aid Society Chorus: A Benefit Performance

Thursday, May 12

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Thursday, May 12
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Friday, May 13

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Barb Jungr: Shelter From the Storm

Friday, May 13

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Friday, May 13
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Saturday, May 14

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Barb Jungr: Shelter From the Storm

Saturday, May 14

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Saturday, May 14
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Sunday, May 15

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Irka Mateo

Sunday, May 15

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Sunday, May 15
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Joe's Pub

Hayes Carll

Monday, May 16

Jose Llana

Monday, May 16
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Tuesday, May 17

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Hayes Carll

Tuesday, May 17

Bridget Everett & the Tender Moments

Tuesday, May 17
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Wednesday, May 18

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Celisse Henderson

Wednesday, May 18

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Wednesday, May 18
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Thursday, May 19

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Employee of the Month with Catie Lazarus

Thursday, May 19

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Thursday, May 19
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Friday, May 20

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Barb Jungr: Shelter From the Storm

Friday, May 20

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Friday, May 20
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Saturday, May 21

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Barb Jungr: Shelter From the Storm

Saturday, May 21

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Saturday, May 21
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Sunday, May 22

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Eco-Music Big Band: Mr. Mystery – The Return of Sun Ra to Save The Planet

Sunday, May 22

The Meeting* hosted by Justin Sayre

Sunday, May 22

Kiki and Herb: Seeking Asylum!

Sunday, May 22
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The Public Theater

Public Forum: The Sound That Makes the World Go 'Round

Monday, May 23

Just in time for The Total Bent (the new musical from Stew and Heidi Rodewald), Public Forum continues its ongoing series of conversations about contemporary music and theater. On May 23rd, icons of the music industry including Gabriel Kahane (February House at The Public, The Ambassador), Toshi Reagon and others will discuss the politics of popular music as well as the complex relationships of music producers, artists and the art of song..


Joe's Pub

Sven Ratzke: STARMAN

Monday, May 23
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Tuesday, May 24

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Sven Ratzke: STARMAN

Tuesday, May 24

Charlotte Cardin w/ opener Tangina Stone

Tuesday, May 24
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Tuesday, May 24

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Wednesday, May 25

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Bob DiPiero: Nashville Songwriters Series featuring Tim Nichols, Lee Miller & Drew Baldridge

Wednesday, May 25

Bridget Everett & the Tender Moments

Wednesday, May 25
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Wednesday, May 25

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Thursday, May 26

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Lemur Conservation Foundation Benefit Concert featuring Razia Said

Thursday, May 26

Sven Ratzke: STARMAN

Thursday, May 26
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Thursday, May 26

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Friday, May 27

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Tina Dico

Friday, May 27

Birthday Sax

Friday, May 27
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Friday, May 27

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Saturday, May 28

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Gad Elmaleh

Saturday, May 28
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Saturday, May 28

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Sunday, May 29

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Lauren Weedman: Tits and Sass

Sunday, May 29

Gad Elmaleh

Sunday, May 29
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Sunday, May 29

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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Joe's Pub

Gad Elmaleh

Monday, May 30
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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Tuesday, May 31

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Rhythm Future Quartet Celebrates the Release of Travels

Tuesday, May 31
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Tuesday, May 31

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Wednesday, June 1

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

Women of Letters

Wednesday, June 1

Carolyn Malachi w/ opener Climbing Poetree

Wednesday, June 1
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Wednesday, June 1

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Thursday, June 2

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

The Losers Lounge Presents The Beach Boys Pet Sounds 50th Anniversary Tribute

Thursday, June 2

Gad Elmaleh

Thursday, June 2
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Thursday, June 2

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Friday, June 3

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

The Losers Lounge Presents The Beach Boys Pet Sounds 50th Anniversary Tribute

Friday, June 3
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Friday, June 3

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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The Public Theater

The Total Bent

Saturday, June 4

Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of the Tony Award-winning show Passing Strange, team with director Joanna Settle to bring you their thrilling new musical, THE TOTAL BENT, a riotous new show at the crossroads of the sacred and profane, survival and liberation, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll.

A funny, fiery, one-of-a-kind show, THE TOTAL BENT is about the passions that divide a father and son as they make their music and make their choice between salvation and selling out.


Joe's Pub

The Losers Lounge Presents The Beach Boys Pet Sounds 50th Anniversary Tribute

Saturday, June 4
Shakespeare in the Park

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Saturday, June 4

This summer, Tony nominated director, Phyllida Lloyd turns Shakespeare’s zany comedy of the sexes The Taming the Shrew on its head, with an all-female cast and a bold new take.

Lovely Bianca is the prize to be won by all the men looking to land themselves a wealthy wife. But the competitors will first have to marry off Bianca’s clever, fiery older sister, Katherina, played by Olivier Nominee Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River), who may just outsmart them all. Tony and Olivier winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) plays Petruchio, the wild outsider Katherina must outwit, in Shakespeare’s original screwball comedy showing the lengths men will go to for their legacy, what women will do to break free and the outrageous things we all do for the human heart. 


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