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  • Andy Borowitz

    Mar 9, 2019

  • Diary of One Who Disappeared

    Apr 4, 2019

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Andy Borowitz

BAM Gilman Opera House

March 9, 2019

Spend an insightful and hysterically funny evening in the company of celebrated American writer, comedian and satirist Andy Borowitz as he takes his Make America Not Embarrassing Tour on the road. Audiences have the chance to gain a behind-the-scenes look into the life of a luminary that brought us not only The Fresh Prince of Belair but the award-winning New Yorker column The Borowitz Report, a wide reaching political platform which continues to elevate the lampooning of President Trump to an art form.

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Diary of One Who Disappeared

BAM Gilman Opera House

April 4, 2019

Opera meets drama in Ivo Van Hove's startling adaptation of Czech composer and folk music champion Leos Janacek's Diary of One Who Disappeared. Originally a 22-part song cycle, Diary chronicles the composer's own obsession and unrequited love for Kamila Stosslova, a married woman 40 years his junior, through the lens of a story about a village boy who falls in love with a Romany girl and is willing to give up his family and home for their union. In this new collaboration with Flemish theater company Muziektheater Transparent, Van Hove brings new depth to Janacek's haunting music with his signature stark design style and heavy-hitting story-telling style.

BAM - Brooklyn Academy of Music

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One of the New York area's most important entertainment and arts venues, BAM provides a focus on avant-garde performance art and progressive dance for both the local community and those from further afield. Over 550,000 pass through its doors annually, no mean feat from having opened in 1861 and beginning performances in its present location in 1908.

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