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  • The Rolling Stone

    Until Aug 31, 2019

  • The Great Society

    Previews Begin September 6!

  • New York Philharmonic - Close Encounters of the Third Kind in Concert

    Sep 11 - 12, 2019

  • Conversations with Nick Cave

    Sep 21, 2019

  • Metropolitan Opera - Porgy and Bess

    Sep 23, 2019 - Feb 1, 2020

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The Rolling Stone

Mitzi E Newhouse Theater

Until August 31, 2019

Nominated for six Off-West End Theater Awards, including Best New Play and Best Production, during its critically acclaimed London run in early 2016, up and coming English playwright Chris Urch's The Rolling Stone makes its American debut at intimate Off-Broadway gem the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater this summer. An arresting, thought provoking family drama, it drew much praise for its nuanced and intriguing portrait of Uganda, its terrifyingly strict anti-homosexuality laws and the people caught up in the ensuing tumult.

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The Great Society

Vivian Beaumont Theater

Previews Begin September 6!

A companion to the 2014 Tony Award winning play All The Way, Broadway opens its doors and shines a light on the 36th President of the United States in Robert Schenkkan's sequel production, The Great Society. Bill Rauch, who directed All The Way, will return with the same passion in directing The Great Society.

New York Philharmonic - Close Encounters of the Third Kind in Concert Poster

New York Philharmonic - Close Encounters of the Third Kind in Concert

David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center

September 11 - 12, 2019

In 1977 Steven Spielberg's high-flying sci-fi spectacular re-defined what a cinematic blockbuster could be. Without copious amounts of CGI and obvious effects fanfare, every day locations and object tell the story along side an incredibly memorable five-note theme composed by movie score legend John Williams. Experience Williams' genius live during a special HD screening of the film replete with orchestral accompaniment by the New York Philharmonic and renowned conductor/film and TV composer Richard Kaufman.

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Conversations with Nick Cave

Rose Theater

September 21, 2019

Australian Prince Of Rock and Roll Darkness Nick Cave is once again returning to the stage, but this time he's leaving his backing band The Bad Seeds at home and embarking on The Conversations With Tour, a series of intimate discussions and Q&A sessions with fans across North America. Describing the forthcoming trek as "an exercise in connectivity", Cave will bare his soul, encouraging his fans to be confrontational, bold and courageous with their questions - nothing is off limits!

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Metropolitan Opera - Porgy and Bess

Metropolitan Opera House

September 23, 2019 - February 1, 2020

Following a stunning reception in London in 2018, James Robinson's new production of the landmark American classic is set to open the 2019/20 season, marking the first time the Gershwin masterpiece has appeared at the Met in 30 years. Starring Eric Owens and Angel Blue as the titular couple, this folk-inspired epic takes us into the heart of 1930's Charleston, where the residents of Catfish Row tell a story of fraught tensions, love, grief, and the search for redemption.

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The Lincoln Center is a 16-acre arts and entertainment complex in the heart of New York City. Created as part of the John D Rockefeller III-led urban regeneration project for the Lincoln Square area, the development was constructed in the years between 1959 and 1966 and houses 30 of NYC's most famous arts and cultural centers of excellence.

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