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Tuesday, May 5 (See map view)

A bar full of hidden dramas, featuring 12 different audio plays with curated local music and special drinks. 8 pm.

Wednesday, May 6 (See map view)

A bar full of hidden dramas, featuring 12 different audio plays with curated local music and special drinks. 8 pm.

"Earshot" is an audio installation and theatrical environment that allows the audience to explore an abandoned bar and eavesdrop on twelve different recorded conversations of absent strangers. 8–11 pm.

Thursday, May 7 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 8 pm.

Friday, May 8 (See map view)

Narrows Community Theater presents its 2015 spring musical production of “The Wedding Singer.” 8 pm.

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 8 pm.

Saturday, May 9 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 2 pm and 8 pm.

Narrows Community Theater presents its 2015 spring musical production of “The Wedding Singer.” 8 pm.

Sunday, May 10 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 2 pm.

Wednesday, May 13 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 8 pm.

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Thursday, May 14 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 8 pm.

Friday, May 15 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 8 pm.

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Saturday, May 16 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 2 pm and 8 pm.

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

With Broadway performers and a live band, the show celebrates legendary tenors such as Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Little Richard, the Beach Boys, and Enrico Caruso. 8 pm.

Sunday, May 17 (See map view)

A site-specific dive into the reasons of love, the play "Summertime" by Charles L. Mee watches lovers, family, and friends tempt and attempt long-lasting romance and question whether it’s possible at all. 2 pm.

In collaboration with the Colloquy Collective, JACK will present readings of five plays written in the early 20th century by Black playwrights on lynching, with professional actors. Each reading will be followed by a discussion. 7 pm.

Wednesday, May 20 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Thursday, May 21 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Friday, May 22 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Saturday, May 23 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Wednesday, May 27 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Thursday, May 28 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Friday, May 29 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Saturday, May 30 (See map view)

Ariell Stress’ "Heartbreak" focuses on a man that, after thirty years of running a successful building company, finds himself on the brink of retirement. At their sprawling home in the Southwest, he and his wife Stell prepare for a gathering of his colleagues. 8 pm.

Sunday, June 7 (See map view)

In collaboration with the Colloquy Collective, JACK will present readings of five plays written in the early 20th century by Black playwrights on lynching, with professional actors. Each reading will be followed by a discussion. 7 pm.

Saturday, June 27 (See map view)

David Byrne, Nelly Furtado, How to Dress Well, Devonté Hynes, Kelis, Nico Muhly + Ira Glass, St. Vincent, tUnE-yArDs, and ten color guard teams from North America all perform live. 7:30 pm.

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