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The Public Theater

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Sunday, April 30

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Sunday, April 30

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


JOAN OF ARC: INTO THE FIRE

Sunday, April 30

Once upon a time, there was a girl who talked to God. She built a nation, and they burned her for it.

Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winner David Byrne, lead singer of the Talking Heads and creator of the Public Theater hit Here Lies Love, explores the electrifying, meteoric rise of Joan of Arc through the lens of a one-of-a-kind rock musical concert.

Directed by Golden Globe winner Alex Timbers (Here Lies Love, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson) and choreographed by three-time Tony Award nominee Steven Hoggett (Once, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime), Joan of Arc: Into the Fire is a thrilling and provocative new show about challenging the powerful and believing in the impossible.


Joe's Pub

Sharon Katz & The Peace Train

Sunday, April 30

Unisex Salon with Kenyon Phillips

Sunday, April 30
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The Public Theater

Women's Rights are Human Rights: A Conversation on the Legacy of Radical Female Protest

Monday, May 1

The Public continues its season-long exploration of radical protest movements in America with a look at the past, present, and future of radical feminism. Hosted by Rebecca Traister


Joe's Pub

A Benefit for New Alternatives

Monday, May 1

LezCab: Queer Cuts

Monday, May 1
2
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Tuesday, May 2

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

Time for Three

Tuesday, May 2

Senza

Tuesday, May 2
3
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Wednesday, May 3

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

Women of Letters

Wednesday, May 3

Unitard: Tard Core - There Are No Safe Words

Wednesday, May 3
4
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Thursday, May 4

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

DANCE NOW’s 2017 Dance-mopolitan series: Places Please

Thursday, May 4

Nightcap | By Ike

Thursday, May 4

First House featuring Peter Levin / Shrive Alive

Thursday, May 4
5
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Friday, May 5

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

DANCE NOW’s 2017 Dance-mopolitan series: Places Please

Friday, May 5

Tamar Eisenman

Friday, May 5
6
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Saturday, May 6

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

The N’Harmonics

Saturday, May 6

DANCE NOW’s 2017 Dance-mopolitan series: Places Please

Saturday, May 6

Justin Vivian Bond Shows Up for Yellow Cake With Pink Icing! A Birthday Celebration

Saturday, May 6
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Sunday, May 7

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

Gowanus Music Club

Sunday, May 7

The Acoustic Living Room: Songs and Stories with Kathy Mattea featuring Bill Cooley

Sunday, May 7

Gabe Schnider: HAPA – Love Stories, part of Michael Mwenso’s Melting Pot

Sunday, May 7
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The Public Theater

Emerging Writers Group Evening of Excerpts

Monday, May 8

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Monday, May 8

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

Tori Scott: Plan B!

Monday, May 8
9
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Tuesday, May 9

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

Nancy And Beth featuring Megan Mullally & Stephanie Hunt

Tuesday, May 9

Catalyst Quartet with JP Jofre

Tuesday, May 9
10
The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Wednesday, May 10

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Wednesday, May 10

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

House of Speakeasy: Seriously Entertaining

Wednesday, May 10

The NYChillarmonic / The Ladybugs

Wednesday, May 10
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Thursday, May 11

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Thursday, May 11

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

The Children’s Aid Society Chorus

Thursday, May 11

Meaghan Burke: Creature Comforts Album Release

Thursday, May 11
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Friday, May 12

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Friday, May 12

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

Sarah Dash

Friday, May 12

Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret

Friday, May 12
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The Public Theater

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Saturday, May 13

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Saturday, May 13

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

John Epperson: The Artist Principally Known as Lypsinka

Saturday, May 13

Clive Davis Institute: Spark

Saturday, May 13
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The Public Theater

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Sunday, May 14

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Mobile Unit: TWELFTH NIGHT

Sunday, May 14

When a young shipwrecked immigrant named Viola takes a chance on the “wet foot, dry foot” policy of the mid-nineties and washes up amidst the shore of glitzy Illyria, Florida, she finds herself a stranger in a fabulously strange new land. 

Set to the rhythms of house, Cuban and nineties beats, Saheem Ali directs this colorful comedy about the power of new people and new experiences that throw the world into beautiful disarray, and open hearts and minds to the possibility of love.


Joe's Pub

Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Choir: The Original Badass Mother’s Day Show

Sunday, May 14

The Meeting* Hosted by Justin Sayre

Sunday, May 14
15
The Public Theater

Public Forum: The Way Forward

Monday, May 15

Over four evenings in the coming months, artists, thinkers, journalists, performers, and politicians will come together at The Public to consider what it means to be responsible citizens and how culture can respond to politics in the age of Donald Trump.

A WELL-ORDERED NATION, presented by The Public Theater and The New Yorker, serves as a direct response to current events as they unfold. Please check back closer to the date of the program for more details about The Way Forward.


Joe's Pub

Bay Street Theatre

Monday, May 15

Tori Scott: Plan B!

Monday, May 15
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The Public Theater

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Tuesday, May 16

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

Howard Fishman

Tuesday, May 16

Charlie Mars

Tuesday, May 16
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The Public Theater

A Festival of Songwriting

Wednesday, May 17

Public Forum takes over Joe’s Pub for a four-night series of conversations about the art of songwriting. Director of Public Forum Michael Friedman will sit down with exciting and unexpected pairing of musicians and songwriters from all genres to discuss what it is that they do when they write a song – and how they make their own particular brand of magic.


GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Wednesday, May 17

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


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The Public Theater

A Festival of Songwriting

Thursday, May 18

Public Forum takes over Joe’s Pub for a four-night series of conversations about the art of songwriting. Director of Public Forum Michael Friedman will sit down with exciting and unexpected pairing of musicians and songwriters from all genres to discuss what it is that they do when they write a song – and how they make their own particular brand of magic.


GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Thursday, May 18

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

Revolution Hangout: Anthems of Anxiety & Resistance from the Dan Fishback Songbook

Thursday, May 18
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The Public Theater

A Festival of Songwriting

Friday, May 19

Public Forum takes over Joe’s Pub for a four-night series of conversations about the art of songwriting. Director of Public Forum Michael Friedman will sit down with exciting and unexpected pairing of musicians and songwriters from all genres to discuss what it is that they do when they write a song – and how they make their own particular brand of magic.


GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Friday, May 19

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

Shaina Taub

Friday, May 19

The Claudettes w/ special guest Eszter Balint

Friday, May 19
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The Public Theater

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Saturday, May 20

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


A Festival of Songwriting

Saturday, May 20

Public Forum takes over Joe’s Pub for a four-night series of conversations about the art of songwriting. Director of Public Forum Michael Friedman will sit down with exciting and unexpected pairing of musicians and songwriters from all genres to discuss what it is that they do when they write a song – and how they make their own particular brand of magic.


Joe's Pub

Making Movies

Saturday, May 20
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The Public Theater

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

Sunday, May 21

Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy, Hairspray) takes the stage in a ravishing world premiere by one of the most influential playwrights of our time, Tony nominee Martin Sherman (Bent, The Boy From Oz).

Fierstein plays Beau, a pianist expat living in London, who meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else’s, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life.

Tony nominee Sean Mathias (Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, Bent) directs.


Joe's Pub

Zenen Zeferino featuring Radio Jarocho presented in association with the NYC Children’s Theater

Sunday, May 21

Jill Hennessy

Sunday, May 21
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Joe's Pub

Rebekah M. Allen, presented in association with Musical Theatre Factory

Monday, May 22

Tori Scott: Plan B!

Monday, May 22
23
Joe's Pub

Migguel Anggelo: So Close – Love & Hate

Tuesday, May 23

Thurber Theater

Tuesday, May 23
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Tuesday, May 23

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Joe's Pub

Migguel Anggelo: So Close – Love & Hate

Wednesday, May 24

Honoring Danny Gatton

Wednesday, May 24
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Wednesday, May 24

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Joe's Pub

Employee of the Month with Catie Lazarus

Thursday, May 25

An Audience with Molly Pope

Thursday, May 25
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Thursday, May 25

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Joe's Pub

Elisa Monte Dance: After Dark featuring Twelve45

Friday, May 26

Justin Vivian Bond Shows Up

Friday, May 26
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Friday, May 26

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Joe's Pub

Hello Taiwan featuring Sean Huang, Gina Can, Biung & Treya

Saturday, May 27

Elisa Monte Dance: After Dark featuring Twelve45

Saturday, May 27

Justin Vivian Bond Shows Up

Saturday, May 27
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Saturday, May 27

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Joe's Pub

Nikitov

Sunday, May 28

Justin Vivian Bond Shows Up

Sunday, May 28
29
Joe's Pub

Renato Diz & Maria Quintanilla: Portugal – Sonic Paths and Possibilities

Monday, May 29

Justin Vivian Bond Shows Up

Monday, May 29
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Monday, May 29

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Tuesday, May 30

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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The Public Theater

Emerging Writers Group Spotlight Series

Wednesday, May 31
Joe's Pub

Unitard: Tard Core - There Are No Safe Words

Wednesday, May 31

Celisse Henderson

Wednesday, May 31
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Wednesday, May 31

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


1
The Public Theater

Emerging Writers Group Spotlight Series

Thursday, June 1
Joe's Pub

The Losers Lounge Tribute to Fleetwood Mac

Thursday, June 1
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Thursday, June 1

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Friday, June 2

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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Joe's Pub

The Losers Lounge Tribute to Fleetwood Mac

Saturday, June 3
Shakespeare in the Park

Julius Caesar

Saturday, June 3

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESARShakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.


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