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Town Stages is a non-profit cultural space in Tribeca offering a range of ticketed programming to the general public. Proceeds go to the art being made, the artists who make it, and to subsidizing our on-site Fellowship Program through Sokoloff Arts.

 

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March 26th

Monday March 26th, 2018

Home Enough To Me: A Concert Benefit for National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

A star studded evening of songs by Rachel Dean and David Brush.

Produced by, Yael Silver

Tickets: $65 - $100

Home Enough To Me is a celebration of life, in support of those struggling to navigate the world around them.

Tickets: https://homeenoughtome.splashthat.com/

Contact:  deanandbrushmusicals@gmail.com 

This production is sponsored in part by Sokoloff Arts (501C3). For more information, go to sokoloffarts.org

Breitwisch Farm | Town Stages

March 2nd - 16th

Performances March 2nd - 16th, 2018

Esperance Theatre Company Presents: Breitwisch Farm

Written by, Jeremy Kamps
Directed by, Ryan Quinn

Tickets: $30

Unprotected legal status of immigrants. Football players turned activists. Environmental destruction and the rise of the alt right in political power. But this isn’t Trump’s 2018, but a small organic farm in rural Wisconsin in 2011. The middle class has long been disappearing. Democracy has long been corroding. This farm, a bastion of idealism surrounded by cynicism, is a home for people who have nowhere else to go. So what happens when it’s gone?

Tickets: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/14249

Contact: esperancetheatercompany@gmail.com 

This production is sponsored in part by Sokoloff Arts (501C3). For more information, go to sokoloffarts.org

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January 4th, 2018

Thursday, January 4th 2018

Untitled: A Film Screening
Producer/ Director: Joanna Carpenter

Tickets: $20

Joanna Carpenter is hosting a one-time screening and talkback for her untitled short film that recreates various real-life incidents of harassment and assault.

The film presents raw, verbatim scenes based on true stories, captured by a single camera. Deeply personal and painfully visceral, this directorial debut explores the devastating impact of harassment and assault on women of all backgrounds, and will attempt to shine a bright spotlight on the pain and experiences of women.

Contact: Joanna Carpenter
E: joanna.m.carpenter@gmail.com
P: 269.762.3304

This event is sponsored in part by Sokoloff Arts (501C3). For more information, go to sokoloffarts.org

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December 12th

Tuesday, December 12th

2(01)7: A Song Cycle
Music/Lyrics: Will Thomason

Tickets: $15
Venmo: songcycle2017
or click: 2017songcycle.splashthat.com

Come celebrate the end of another year through song!

"2(01)7" is a collection of 13 songs that tell semi-autobiographical stories of this past year. From a cappella trios and ukulele-filled duets to mid-show love ballads, 2(01)7 promises catchy tunes full of clever wordplay, and a night of reflection on the past and thoughts on the future.

Singers:
Katy Geraghty (Groundhog Day)
Patrick Hartigan (South Pacific, Reg.)
Beth Stafford Laird (Newsies, Nat'l)
Olivia Myrick (A Literal OB/GYN)
Christian Noojin (B'Way Stands... Freedom)
Ryan Ortega (Miss Saigon, Reg.)
DJ Plunkett (Sweeney Todd, Reg.)

Will Thomason, piano
Ali Dietz, drums

2(01)7 was written and developed in part at FORGE Fuel, a monthly retreat for writers of all kinds at the Howard Taubman Playhouse in Danbury, CT, brought to you by FORGE, LLC. For more information, visit forgenyc.org/programs

This event is sponsored in part by Sokoloff Arts (501C3). For more information, go to sokoloffarts.org

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December 9th - 10th

Saturday, December 9, 2017

12 pm - 4:00 pm // Creative Movement Workshops
Tine and Sidney (12 pm) // Ephrat and Cricket (2 pm)
Sounds by Jedeye Jaxx
Suggested donation $15 (per workshop)

Spots are limited, so you must RSVP in order to secure your spot in the workshop!

4:10 pm // Screening of Amy Secada's documentary "Come as You Are" (20 mins), a short film exploring the cultural and social impact of the legendary Loft era @ Town Stages, 221 West Broadway

Sunday, December 10, 2017

12 pm - 4:00 pm // Creative Movement Workshops @ Town Stages, 221 West Broadway
Amy Secada and Fella (12 pm) // Chriz and Scott of Afro Mosaic Soul (2 pm)
Sounds by Jedeye Jaxx
Suggested donation $15

Spots are limited, so you must RSVP in order to secure your spot in the workshop!

4:10 pm // Screening of Aurora Brekke's documentary "Moving Closer to House" (25 mins), a short film about house dance developed out of fieldwork that took place in New York City in 2015 @ Town Stages, 221 West Broadway.

This event is sponsored in part by Sokoloff Arts (501C3). For more information, go to sokoloffarts.org