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Saturday, July 4 (See map view)

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 8 pm.

Sunday, July 5 (See map view)

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 7 pm.

Wednesday, July 8 (See map view)

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 8 pm.

Thursday, July 9 (See map view)

Youth theater company Pipe Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 8 pm.

Piper Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

Friday, July 10 (See map view)

Youth theater company Pipe Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 8 pm.

Piper Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

Saturday, July 11 (See map view)

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 8 pm.

DJ and video artist D’hana Perry presents an autobiographical examination of how gender expression, and racial identity intersect. Perry introduces sculpture and live remixed vocal material with a soundscape provided by the production and art collective, Kunq. Stay after the show for performances by Micah Domingo + Rizzla, Stud1nt, False Witness, and Shyboi. 8 pm.

Sunday, July 12 (See map view)

Brooklyn Gypsies premiere "Conversation: How to Make it in Black America," combining poetry, theatrical dialogue, and conversation to discuss racial relations in America. 7 pm.

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Wednesday, July 15 (See map view)

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Thursday, July 16 (See map view)

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Youth theater company Pipe Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

Piper Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

Friday, July 17 (See map view)

Youth theater company Pipe Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

Piper Theatre Workshop celebrates its 10th season at Park Slope’s Washington Park with a performance of the dark English musical "Sweeney Todd." 8 pm.

Saturday, July 18 (See map view)

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Sunday, July 19 (See map view)

This rendition of Shakespeare’s play "Henry IV" features a cast of actors and actresses chosen to play roles regardless of their gender. Presented by Smith Street Stage. 8 pm.

Tuesday, July 21 (See map view)

Learn the history of toys, including those played with throughout history with original music and costumes. 11 am and 1 pm.

Youth theater production company Piper Theatre Workshop presents "Flash Gordon," the adventures of the football hero who is skyjacked to the planet Mongo. 6:30 pm.

Wednesday, July 22 (See map view)

Learn the history of toys, including those played with throughout history with original music and costumes. 11 am and 1 pm.

Produced in conjunction with the Romanian Cultural Institute (RCI), Piper Theatre Workshop presents an adaptation of the Romanian fairy tale wichoreogth raphy, music, and authentic Romanian costumes. 6:30 pm.

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