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Friday, March 27 (See map view)

Daniel Beaty plays up to 40 characters in "The Tallest Tree in the Forest," a solo play, which he also wrote. It tells the life story of Paul Robeson, a towering figure among our nation’s prominent African-Americans. 7:30 pm.

The Billie Holiday Theatre kicks off its two-year residency at the Brooklyn Music School Playhouse with this play about gentrification in New Orleans. 8 pm.

Based on the film "La Femme de Boulanger," “The Baker’s Wife” follows the marital crisis of a baker and his new wife in 1935 France. The whole town falls into disarray, making everyone question their path to happy ever after. 8 pm.

Saturday, March 28 (See map view)

El Puente features the work of its members, teaching artists, and cultural and creative partners honoring the sacred in women. Activities include metal casting to quilted portraits to an "From Art to Activism" theater workshop. Noon–7:30 pm.

The Billie Holiday Theatre kicks off its two-year residency at the Brooklyn Music School Playhouse with this play about gentrification in New Orleans. 3 pm and 8 pm.

Daniel Beaty plays up to 40 characters in "The Tallest Tree in the Forest," a solo play, which he also wrote. It tells the life story of Paul Robeson, a towering figure among our nation’s prominent African-Americans. 7:30 pm.

Based on the film "La Femme de Boulanger," “The Baker’s Wife” follows the marital crisis of a baker and his new wife in 1935 France. The whole town falls into disarray, making everyone question their path to happy ever after. 8 pm.

Director Joe Tantalo and the Godlight Theatre Company present the debut theater adaptation of the Donn Pearce novel "Cool Hand Luke." 8 pm.

Sunday, March 29 (See map view)

El Puente features the work of its members, teaching artists, and cultural and creative partners honoring the sacred in women. Activities include metal casting to quilted portraits to an "From Art to Activism" theater workshop. Noon–6 pm.

Daniel Beaty plays up to 40 characters in "The Tallest Tree in the Forest," a solo play, which he also wrote. It tells the life story of Paul Robeson, a towering figure among our nation’s prominent African-Americans. 2 pm and 7:30 pm.

The Billie Holiday Theatre kicks off its two-year residency at the Brooklyn Music School Playhouse with this play about gentrification in New Orleans. 2 pm and 7 pm.

Based on the film "La Femme de Boulanger," “The Baker’s Wife” follows the marital crisis of a baker and his new wife in 1935 France. The whole town falls into disarray, making everyone question their path to happy ever after. 3 pm.

Wednesday, April 1 (See map view)

PLATFORM, a series of crowd-sourced programs, presents live performances, human bingo, walking men, interactive animation, and unlikely friendships – all set against the backdrop of our 1936 decommissioned IND subway station. 6:30 pm.

Monday, April 6 (See map view)

John Lahr’s discusses his biography, "Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh," which details the author and playwright’s warring family, his guilt, his plays, his sexuality and his plays, and the tortured process of bringing them to stage and screen. 7 pm.

Wednesday, April 8 (See map view)

Ensemble of the Romantic Century presents "Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon," a musical dramatizing the face-to-face meeting between the French writer Jules Verne and young American journalist Nelly Bly. 7:30 pm.

Thursday, April 9 (See map view)

Ensemble of the Romantic Century presents "Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon," a musical dramatizing the face-to-face meeting between the French writer Jules Verne and young American journalist Nelly Bly. 7:30 pm.

Friday, April 10 (See map view)

Ensemble of the Romantic Century presents "Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon," a musical dramatizing the face-to-face meeting between the French writer Jules Verne and young American journalist Nelly Bly. 7:30 pm.

Saturday, April 11 (See map view)

Ensemble of the Romantic Century presents "Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon," a musical dramatizing the face-to-face meeting between the French writer Jules Verne and young American journalist Nelly Bly. 2 pm and 7:30 pm.

Sunday, April 12 (See map view)

Ensemble of the Romantic Century presents "Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon," a musical dramatizing the face-to-face meeting between the French writer Jules Verne and young American journalist Nelly Bly. 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.

Thursday, April 16 (See map view)

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.

Saturday, April 18 (See map view)

Wally Jones and the Casa Manana Theatre Company present a theater adaptation to the children’s story. 2 pm.

Friday, April 24 (See map view)

This concert features former band members of mega-stars performing their hits, such as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Tommy James and the Shondells, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Elton John, and Jim Croce. 8 pm.

Saturday, April 25 (See map view)

"Strike!" is a musical and theatrical experience, bringing together the art of boxing with the art of chamber music to highlight the close kinship existing between the practices. 8 pm.

Wednesday, April 29 (See map view)

This concert features former band members of mega-stars performing their hits, such as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Tommy James and the Shondells, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Elton John, and Jim Croce. 8 pm.

Saturday, May 2 (See map view)

The Mariela Franganillo Company presents a tango tale of the passionate relationships of our lifetime, using both traditional and contemporary Argentine tango and live music and vocals by The Tango Connection Quartet. 8 pm.

Sunday, May 3 (See map view)

The Gallery Players performs staged readings of new musicals. 7 pm.

Monday, May 4 (See map view)

The Gallery Players performs staged readings of new musicals. 7 pm.

Saturday, May 16 (See map view)

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.

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