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Friday, April 28 (See map view)

From the Moscow Circus to the Brighton Beach Library, the thrilling and fascinating clown duo Arkasha & Natasha from Russia will perform fantastic feats of juggling and magic!

3:30 pm.

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

7:30 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

7:30 pm.

This new play by Carl Holder showcases three generations of fathers and sons struggling to communicate as their family line grows and ages across a vast ocean of time. How do individuals continue to exist through the passing of the years? Directed by the up-and-coming Meghan Finn.

8 pm.

The seventh-annual playwriting and theater festival celebrates environmental education, sustainability in the arts, and community enrichment. Come watch plays by student playwrights from P.S. 239 and P.S. 75 tackle themes of climate justice and interconnectedness.

8 pm.

A collection of tiny plays that stretches the concept of blackness from the political to sublime. Multiple directors and a cast of 15 take on several different characters to collectively shape these tiny plays into an evening of “blackness.”

8 pm.

The Gallery Players closes its 50th season with a powerful musical about American families in the early 20th century.

8 pm.

Saturday, April 29 (See map view)

The seventh-annual playwriting and theater festival celebrates environmental education, sustainability in the arts, and community enrichment. Come watch plays by student playwrights from P.S. 239 and P.S. 75 tackle themes of climate justice and interconnectedness.

1 pm and 4 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

2 pm and 7:30 pm.

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

7:30 pm.

This new play by Carl Holder showcases three generations of fathers and sons struggling to communicate as their family line grows and ages across a vast ocean of time. How do individuals continue to exist through the passing of the years? Directed by the up-and-coming Meghan Finn.

8 pm.

A collection of tiny plays that stretches the concept of blackness from the political to sublime. Multiple directors and a cast of 15 take on several different characters to collectively shape these tiny plays into an evening of “blackness.”

8 pm.

The Gallery Players closes its 50th season with a powerful musical about American families in the early 20th century.

8 pm.

Sunday, April 30 (See map view)

The seventh-annual playwriting and theater festival celebrates environmental education, sustainability in the arts, and community enrichment. Come watch plays by student playwrights from P.S. 239 and P.S. 75 tackle themes of climate justice and interconnectedness.

1 pm and 4 pm.

In a very special and interactive presentation of Stone Soup, kids act out the age-old tale of to tell how a beggar tricks a starving town into giving him some food. A lesson in cooperation amid scarcity, the children act out the colorful characters with handmade costumes, and klezmer-style dance and music.

2 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

2 pm.

A collection of tiny plays that stretches the concept of blackness from the political to sublime. Multiple directors and a cast of 15 take on several different characters to collectively shape these tiny plays into an evening of “blackness.”

3 pm.

The Gallery Players closes its 50th season with a powerful musical about American families in the early 20th century.

3 pm.

Bindlestiff Family Cirkus and Playful Productions present a special showcase for young variety performers, ranging from absolute amateurs to world-class professionals. Juvenile jugglers, diminutive dancers, adolescent acrobats, and a host of other majorly talented minors performs.

4 pm.

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

7:30 pm.

Monday, May 1 (See map view)

Peter Augero hosts a storytelling competition where the stage is open to any and all with a story to tell on the evening’s theme.

8 pm.

Tuesday, May 2 (See map view)

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

7:30 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

7:30 pm.

Wednesday, May 3 (See map view)

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

7 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

7:30 pm.

Thursday, May 4 (See map view)

Magical, visual, stimulating, and oftentimes funny, the story of young Olive and her grandmother is performed through beautiful puppetry, dance, and an original live music score inspired by melodies of bluegrass, Irish fiddle, and traditional lullabies. For ages 2-5.

11 am.

Using hip-hop theater, compelling narrative, multimedia, dance, and testimony, this play explores the profound but often untold journeys that people take after release from prison.

7:30 pm.

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

7:30 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

7:30 pm.

The Gallery Players closes its 50th season with a powerful musical about American families in the early 20th century.

8 pm.

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