WEEK OF MAY 20, 2013
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
at The Beacon Theater | The band plays five intimate dates, their first time performing at the venue.
The Assembled Parties
at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre | Manhattan Theatre Club presents the world premiere of Richard Greenberg's latest play, a portrait of one affluent Upper West Side Jewish family at two different moments in time: 1980 and the dawn of the millennium.
at The Slipper Room | Seth Herzog's weekly comedy show, featuring guest appearances from big names like Michael Showalter and not-so-big-names like Herzog's mother.
at Palace Theatre | The redheaded orphan with a heart of gold returns in a revival directed by James Lapine.
"Claes Oldenberg: The Street and the Store"
at The Museum of Modern Art | Every single object in this show by the Pop master produces a rush of joy.
Here Lies Love
at The Public Theater | David Byrne and Fatboy Slim collaborated on this theatrical spectacle, which deconstructs the rise and fall of Filipina First Lady Imelda Marcos in a throbbing, dance-club setting.
at Lyceum Theatre | Nathan Lane stars as a New York burlesque performer in the thirties who, like his onstage character but unlike his fellow actors, happens to be gay.
at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre | A musical adaptation of the hit independent film of the same name.