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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts

2900 Campus Rd.

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Box Office: 718-951-4500


Box Office Hours:

June and July 2014 

Monday - Thursday, 11am - 4pm

The box office is also open

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The Box Office will be open
during the month of August
for telephone orders only
Monday - Thursday 11am - 4pm

We will resume regular season hours
on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at 1pm

 

Administrative Office Hours:  

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718-951-4600

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Jason Mraz and Raining Jane In All Five Boroughs

Jason Mraz and Raining Jane In All Five Boroughs

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One of the world’s hardest working and most beloved artists, Jason Mraz’s journey has propelled him from the San Diego coffee house scene to arenas, amphitheatres, and stadiums all over the world. A two-time GRAMMY® Award winner and six-time nominee, Mraz made pop history with his record-breaking classic single, “I’m Yours,” while also earning platinum and multi-platinum certifications in more than 20 countries. The Atlantic recording artist is set for a whirlwind of activity this year including a North American Tour celebrating his just-released new album,“YES!” which finds Mraz collaborating on record and in concert with his longtime friends, Raining Jane.  Moreover, the San Diego-based troubadour has proven a truly diverse creative presence. A dedicated surfer, farmer/gardener, filmmaker, and photographer, Mraz is first and foremost a committed global citizen. His impassioned social activism and philanthropic efforts span wide-ranging environmental advocacy and ardent support for LGBT equality.  Through it all, Jason Mraz continually confirms and celebrates music’s myriad forms and miraculous power, inspiring and delighting his countless fans around the world he calls home.

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8:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn College Orchestra

Conservatory Orchestra 1

 Saturday, September 20, 7:30 p.m.

Whitman Theatre; $5
Conservatory Orchestra I
George Rothman, Conductor
Beethoven, Egmont Overture; Barber, First Essay for Orchestra;
Mahler, Adagietto from Symphony No. 5;
Brahms, Academic Overture

 

7:30 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

2:00 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

2:00 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY
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