Now Playing: March 8th - 31st

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What woman could hold a candle to Soledad Barrio? In modern dance, Isadora Duncan and Martha Graham. In ballet, maybe Nora Kaye, in her Tudor roles. Certainly no one we can go and see today has Barrio’s transformative power.
— Tobi Tobias, Arts Journal
[Noche Flamenca]’s new show expertly uses the talents of headliner Soledad Barrio... [This is] flamenco puro — the Spanish art stripped to its flammable core. ★★★★★
— Apollinaire Scherr, The Financial Times
Soledad Barrio [is] a flamenco star... This, of course, is the moment everyone has been waiting for.
— Brian Seibert, The New York Times

Noche Flamenca presents


(Between You and Me)

Soledad Barrio & Martín Santangelo

March 8th - 31st
Tue - Thu at 7:30pm; Fri & Sat at 8pm; Sundays at 3pm
Performance runs approximately 100 minutes, including intermission
Tickets, $20-50

The renowned company Noche Flamenca comes to the Connelly Theater with Entre T y Yo (Between You and Me), an evening-length program of duets, solos, and ensemble works exploring the constraints imposed and the possibilities afforded by human relationships.

In “La Ronde,” inspired by Max Orphul’s 1954 film, Martín Santangelo uses a series of duets to explore love, hate, jealousy, and death. Soledad Barrio's signature “Sole” exemplifies the catharsis at the heart of flamenco. Barrio is joined by some of Spain's most celebrated flamenco artists, including dancers Antonio Rodriguez, Marina Elana, and Jasiel Nahim; musicians Eugenio Iglesias, Salva de Maria, and David Rodriguez; and singers Manuel Gago, Emilio Florido, and Carmina Cortes.

About the Company
Under the direction of Martín Santangelo, the award-winning Noche Flamenca has become one of the world's most successful touring companies. Formed in 1993 by Santangelo and his Bessie award-winning wife, Soledad Barrio, the company performs regularly in New York City and tours worldwide. Hailed by critics for its transcendent and deeply emotional performances, Noche Flamenca is recognized as the most authentic flamenco touring company in the field today, expressing the rigorous, spell-binding aesthetic of one of the world's most complex and mysterious art forms. All aspects of flamenco dance, song, and music are interrelated and given equal weight creating a true communal spirit within the company: the very heart and soul of flamenco.

April 8th - May 11th


Clubbed Thumb presents


By Will Arbery
Directed by Taylor Reynolds

April 8th - May 11th
Mon - Fri at 8pm; Sat at 3pm & 8pm
Tickets $45 | Reserved Seats $60 | Students $30

A return of Summerworks 2018's sold-out run! Tonight, and later, and earlier, three sisters (no, not those ones) are stricken with a series of strange plagues. Let’s talk about family nightmares. I mean, uh, memories.

With: Crystal Finn, Susannah Flood, Miriam Silverman, Cesar Rosado, Ryan King, Brendan Dalton and Mary Shultz

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Now 23 years old, this staple of the East Village culturescape…allows you to say you knew certain rising playwrights before your friends did.
— Ben Brantely, The New York Times

Clubbed Thumb commissions, develops and produces funny, strange and provocative new plays by living American writers. Clubbed Thumb is a groundbreaker, with a precise curatorial vision and a remarkable track record for launching artists’ careers; and an incubator, nurturing plays, collaborations, and above all artists, through thoughtfully deployed resources, opportunities, mentorship and hospitality. In 23 seasons, the company has produced the NYC or professional premieres of Sarah Ruhl, Gina Gionfriddo, Tanya Saracho, Jordan Harrison, Lisa D'Amour and Clare Barron, among many others.

October 2019


All Hallow’s Eve

Written & Directed by Martin P. Robinson
Music by Paul Rudolph

October 2019
Tickets on sale August 1st

Eve and Evan are twins roped into yet another desperately dull Halloween by their parents. Managing to break free, they maraud, pumpkin smash and toilet paper, inadvertently crossing the thin line between worlds on this night of all nights. Enter a house and a demoness who has been lying in wait for just such a pair. A harrowing cat and mouse game ensues with the stakes nothing less than their immortal souls. A tale wrapped up in horror, comedy and blood…and definitely not for young children.

About the Artist
Martin P. Robinson has been a featured performer on Sesame Street since 1981, learning at the right hand (literally) of the greats including Jim Henson, Frank Oz, and Jerry Nelson, and has performed in numerous feature films, including five Muppet movies. He’s best known for his work on the original 1982 production of Little Shop of Horrors and the Broadway revival in 2003 in which he designed, coordinated construction and performed the carnivorous plant Audrey II. He created the signature frog for Susan Stroman and Stephen Sondheim’s production of Nathan Lane’s Frogs at Lincoln Center. He has also created and directed puppets for three productions at Carnegie Hall. Martin has also been a master teacher for Sesame Street International helping cast and train puppeteers in co-productions around the world.

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