- Published on Tuesday, 06 May 2014 21:43
Naomi Brussel interviews the director of "God Loves Uganda" Roger Ross Williams. The film is about the US religious right's interventions in Ugandan politics which lead to extremely homophobic laws in Uganda.
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Click here to get a pair of tickets to "Satchmo at the Waldorf" (Louis Armstrong play) Many dates available until the vouchers expire June 15. However tickets must be ordered a week in advance.
In March of 1971, one of the greatest music legends the world would ever know was performing the final set of shows he would ever play at New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel. But the audiences who adored him onstage never really saw the man behind the trumpet. In Terry Teachout's searing and surprisingly intimate play, Satchmo at the Waldorf, we encounter Louis Armstrong where few ever had the chance to see him: backstage. Reflecting on his own unlikely career amidst a rapidly changing society, the icon is stripped bare, revealing complexities and contradictions that his omnipresent smile, horn and handkerchief belied. Critically acclaimed actor John Douglas Thompson, seamlessly morphing between Armstrong, his manager Joe Glaser, and fellow trumpeter Miles Davis, gives one of the most vivid portraits ever created for the stage.
Click here to get a pair of tickets to "Buyer and Cellar". Many dates available until the vouchers expire May 31. However tickets must be ordered a week in advance.
Barbra Streisand’s vast underground display of collectibles makes a delicious target for satire in Jonathan Tolins’s “Buyer & Cellar,” a one-man show starring Michael Urie.
Click here to get a pair of tickets to "50 Shades", a parody of "50 Shades of Grey". Many dates available until the vouchers expire May 31. However tickets must be ordered a week in advance.
50 Shades! The Musical - The Original Parody is the hilariously naughty satire based on the greatest novel of all time. The show explores the steamy relationship between Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, as seen through the eyes of a trio of girlfriends at a book club meeting. As the women devour the novel, the character's delicious affair comes to life before their eyes. After all, who needs staid book club fare when a book like this can be so...stimulating. This laugh out loud musica
l features a sassy original score ranging from Gilbert and Sullivan to R & B to Les Miserables, including such songs "Open Your Book," "I Don't Make Love," and "There Is A Hole Inside Of Me." Christian has come. To New York. And audiences are gagging with delight....
Click here to get a pair of tickets to "A Fable".Many dates available until the vouchers expire June 28. However tickets must be ordered a week in advance.
The epic adventure of an idealist spurred on by love to right a long-forgotten wrong, A Fablefollow his encounters with a whole cast of characters--colorful and corrupt, lucky and ill-fated--as they each grope their way through a landscape of nationwide strife and corporate greed. A play of dualities, A Fable takes into question how each choice we make can drastically change our ending.
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