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The Bomb-itty of Errors

December 31, 2021 - January 23, 2022
$45 – $470

Directed by Christopher V. Edwards BUY TICKETS!  4 actors playing multiple characters + a live DJ on stage = a musical, ad-rap-tation of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors. Quadruplets separated at birth are caught up in a comical identity crisis with a rhythmic spin. “Nothing short of brilliant. Clever writing, rhythmic flow, witty musical allusions and […]

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VERNACULAR GLAMOUR

January 5 - February 6

Presented at Kathryn Schultz Gallery & online Curated by Juan Omar Rodriguez Featuring artwork by: Juan Arango Palacios • Maria Yolanda Liebana • Perla Mabel • Chloe Luisa Piñero • Ginger Q • Rixy • Moises Salazar • Jhona Xaviera Opening Reception at Kathryn Schultz Gallery: Saturday, January 8 (12-2pm) Panel Discussion (online): Thursday, January 20 (6:30 – 8:00pm) Closing Curatorial Talk at Kathryn Schultz Gallery: Saturday, […]

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Virtual Event: Kathryn Schulz Lost & Found: A Memoir in conversation with James Wood

January 12 @ 6:30 pm
$5 – $32.50

This event is ticketed. There are two ticket options available for this event. If you really want to know, we are the color of 7-Eleven root beer. The color of sand at Rockaway Beach when it blisters the bottoms of our feet. Color of soil . . . Welcome to Queens, where streets echo with […]

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Virtual Event: Martin Puchner Literature for a Changing Planet

January 12 @ 7:00 pm
Free – $5

Reading literature in a time of climate emergency can sometimes feel a bit like fiddling while Rome burns. Yet, at this turning point for the planet, scientists, policymakers, and activists have woken up to the power of stories in the fight against global warming. In Literature for a Changing Planet, Martin Puchner ranges across four thousand […]

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THE LATE RISERS

January 12 @ 8:00 pm
$16 – $18

In the Spring of 2014 trumpet player and bandleader, Sam Dechenne, formed a traditional Jazz quartet to participate in the growing re-vitalization effort of Boston’s Downtown Crossing district. Since then, this strolling “Pocket Jazz Band,” called The Late Risers, has brought traditional 1920-1940s era Jazz to the streets and corners of downtown Boston and all […]

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