The true story of mental illness, growing up, and choosing life.
the 10th anniversary of the biggest step in her mental health recovery -
and her life - one twenty-something is sharing her story of panic and
choosing life. This one night only presentation is a work in progress, a
decade in the making. There will be music, there will be laughs, and if
all goes well, there will be feelings. Starring Katie Ladner (Sunset
Monday, March 27th at 9:30pm
Sayaka’s soulful singing will make you feel love and joy!She is a
fantastic actress, singer and performer who has performed in theater
productions, shows and films in Japan and NYC. Credits: Guest singer
floral&Artist event at Carnegie hall, Geisha dancer"Japan Day"
public performance at Central Park and Mets Citified in NYC,"Omotenashi
journey musical" at Electra theater, "Princess Nayotake Kaguya” at
Theater X Japan, TV series "Princess Atsuhime”, Keith Patchel’s Opera
"Plain of Jars" at The Medicine theater and this performance coming in
this summer, Singer on Marsband at Hayden Planetarium in American Museum
of Natural History.
Tuesday, March 28th at 9:30pm
The show features three sketches and three stand-up routines by the best of this city's LGBT(+) comedians - all revolving around this month's theme: "Excuse Me, Bish?"
Hosted by Cherry Brice
Wednesday, March 29th at 7:00pm
The final installment in Jack's multi-part exploration of the theme of death. This delightful one-hour, one-man (with pianist!) show is an absurd deep dive into the world of death.
Wednesday, March 29th at 9:30pm
An evening of young and upcoming singers making their New York City singing debut.
Thursday, March 30th at 9:30pm
An all-female cabaret featuring songs about women's empowerment and general badassery, in solidarity with Senator Elizabeth Warren, who was silenced on the Senate floor.
Friday, March 31st at 7:00pm
Norwegian singer-actress Hilde Skappel is finally hitting the beautiful thirties, and celebrates by performing her favorite repertoire ranging from Broadway standards to contemporary work, in addition to original material from the songwriting duo Stahr & Skappel. Accompanied by Christian Stahr.
Saturday, April 1st at 4:30pm
Kevin Scott Hall’s six advanced students offer a full show made up of ten-minute sets.
Jason Garcia Ignacio
Musical Director: Mark Janas; Director: Kevin Scott Hall
Saturday, April 1st at 7:00pm
Holly Dunn and John Burns bring their love of love songs to the cabaret stage for the Valentine season. Love, loss and laughs galore. Will their same sex attraction doom their romance?
Saturday, April 1st at 9:30pm
A co-ed a cappella group founded in 2011. In the last year they have performed at the New York Public Library, WNET Thirteen's 66th and Broadway Open Mic Night, and sold out shows across NYC, including The Duplex! Join us for a night of music & mayhem.