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Sunday, Aug. 2 (See map view)

Gallery Players presents Shakespeare’s play about fairy king Theseus’ feud with his queen Titania. 3 pm.

In this installation dance piece by Walter Dundervill, performers engage in a practice of collective unconscious communication driving a series of sensory-based actions and rituals. 6–9 pm.

In this installation dance piece, choreographer Walter Dundervill, dresses his performers in elaborate costumes, blocks them in with plexiglass, and ties them together with ribbon while they engage in improvised, collaborative movement rituals. The audience is welcome to enter or leave at any time. 6–9 pm.

This two-act play examines the topic of rape in relationships, breaking down the taboo topic with humor and honest openness. Formerly a one-woman show, this production is its Brooklyn debut with a full cast. 7 pm.

A collection of provocations, including a "motivational speech" and an X-retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. 8 pm.

Monday, Aug. 3 (See map view)

In this installation dance piece, choreographer Walter Dundervill, dresses his performers in elaborate costumes, blocks them in with plexiglass, and ties them together with ribbon while they engage in improvised, collaborative movement rituals. The audience is welcome to enter or leave at any time. 6–9 pm.

In this installation dance piece by Walter Dundervill, performers engage in a practice of collective unconscious communication driving a series of sensory-based actions and rituals. 6–9 pm.

Tuesday, Aug. 4 (See map view)

In this installation dance piece by Walter Dundervill, performers engage in a practice of collective unconscious communication driving a series of sensory-based actions and rituals. 6–9 pm.

In this installation dance piece, choreographer Walter Dundervill, dresses his performers in elaborate costumes, blocks them in with plexiglass, and ties them together with ribbon while they engage in improvised, collaborative movement rituals. The audience is welcome to enter or leave at any time. 6–9 pm.

In their "America the Beautiful Tour," Garrison Keillor joins Sweet Harmony and singer Sarah Jarosz, pianist Richard Dworsky, and more in retelling 41 years of American radio history. 8 pm.

Wednesday, Aug. 5 (See map view)

In this installation dance piece by Walter Dundervill, performers engage in a practice of collective unconscious communication driving a series of sensory-based actions and rituals. 6–9 pm.

In this installation dance piece, choreographer Walter Dundervill, dresses his performers in elaborate costumes, blocks them in with plexiglass, and ties them together with ribbon while they engage in improvised, collaborative movement rituals. The audience is welcome to enter or leave at any time. 6–9 pm.

Brooklyn Theatre Club presents a staged reading of the musical comedy about kids competing in a spelling championship. Members of the audience are invited to join the cast for some roles. 8:30 PM.

Thursday, Aug. 6 (See map view)

This original play explores how past events affect our present behavior. Written and performed by the Brooklyn Youth Company, a group of student artists aged 10 to 18. 7 pm.

Inspired loosely by the Oscar Wilde play, The Rite of Spring, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, and The Bible, "Salome" explores the gladiator sport of watching a young girl transform into sex symbol. 8 pm.

Friday, Aug. 7 (See map view)

This original play explores how past events affect our present behavior. Written and performed by the Brooklyn Youth Company, a group of student artists aged 10 to 18. 7 pm.

Inspired loosely by the Oscar Wilde play, The Rite of Spring, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, and The Bible, "Salome" explores the gladiator sport of watching a young girl transform into sex symbol. 8 pm.

Saturday, Aug. 8 (See map view)

Inspired loosely by the Oscar Wilde play, The Rite of Spring, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, and The Bible, "Salome" explores the gladiator sport of watching a young girl transform into sex symbol. 8 pm.

Monday, Aug. 10 (See map view)

Shuffle Foot Theatre presents a new play adapted from the work of Stefan Zweig, set in Austria-Hungary in 1914. Featuring sex, neurosis, ballet, war, and suicide. 7 pm.

Tuesday, Aug. 11 (See map view)

Shuffle Foot Theatre presents a new play adapted from the work of Stefan Zweig, set in Austria-Hungary in 1914. Featuring sex, neurosis, ballet, war, and suicide. 7 pm.

Wednesday, Aug. 12 (See map view)

Shuffle Foot Theatre presents a new play adapted from the work of Stefan Zweig, set in Austria-Hungary in 1914. Featuring sex, neurosis, ballet, war, and suicide. 7 pm.

Brooklyn Theatre Club presents a staged reading of the musical comedy about kids competing in a spelling championship. Members of the audience are invited to join the cast for some roles. 8:30 PM.

Thursday, Aug. 13 (See map view)

Learn how to best use the crowd-funding platform to bring your ideas for dance and theater performances to life. The event will be followed by a dance class and cocktails with Teddy Tedholm. 7 pm.

Shuffle Foot Theatre presents a new play adapted from the work of Stefan Zweig, set in Austria-Hungary in 1914. Featuring sex, neurosis, ballet, war, and suicide. 7 pm.

Three actresses play 12 roles in this epic three-part operetta by Cara Scarmack. The piece is a meditation on imprisonment, transformation, and the need to go away and get lost every now and then. 8 pm.

Friday, Aug. 14 (See map view)

Three actresses play 12 roles in this epic three-part operetta by Cara Scarmack. The piece is a meditation on imprisonment, transformation, and the need to go away and get lost every now and then. 8 pm.

Saturday, Aug. 15 (See map view)

Part of South Slope’s SummerStroll, actors put on a production of Shakespeare’s "Much Ado About Nothing" in the middle of Fifth Avenue. 5–9 pm.

Three actresses play 12 roles in this epic three-part operetta by Cara Scarmack. The piece is a meditation on imprisonment, transformation, and the need to go away and get lost every now and then. 8 pm.

Sunday, Aug. 16 (See map view)

Theater for the New City’s Street Theater Company presents a rip-roaring musical that tackles the challenges and struggles facing NYC’s public education. 2 pm.

The saga of a NYC student and teacher whose school faces issues with funding arts, music, libraries, and more overcoming the limits thrown on them with community activism. With live music. 2 pm.

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