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Picnic

PICNIC

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

2:00 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

Picnic

PICNIC

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage Brooklyn, NY

The Conservatory Orchestra I

The Conservatory Orchestra I

 The Conservatory Orchestra I

George Rothman, Conductor
Wagner, Siegfried Idyll Copland, Appalachian Spring Schulhoff, Jazz Suite

 

7:30 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre Brooklyn, NY

The Conservatory Wind Ensemble

Conservatory Wind Ensemble

Jeff W. Ball, conductor 
Works by Puccini, Markowski, Maslanka, Nelhybel, and Holst 
 
 

7:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre Brooklyn, NY

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

By Rajiv Joseph

Directed by Nick Cotz

In the immediate days following the American invasion of Iraq, the concepts of "right and wrong" "better of two evils" and "good versus evil" were heavily debated, nowhere more poignantly than by the people on the streets of war-torn Baghdad. As a "liberating" force removed a tyrant from power, a vacuum was created, and the people looked to a higher power for answers. Darkly funny and equal parts devastating, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is the story of a former Iraqi gardener turned war-time interpreter and the colliding world of two American soldiers assigned to guard the lone Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Unfortunately, this tiger is prone to the same existential crises that these humans are.  Except, when he gets depressedhe eats people. 

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater Brooklyn, NY

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

By Rajiv Joseph

Directed by Nick Cotz

In the immediate days following the American invasion of Iraq, the concepts of "right and wrong" "better of two evils" and "good versus evil" were heavily debated, nowhere more poignantly than by the people on the streets of war-torn Baghdad. As a "liberating" force removed a tyrant from power, a vacuum was created, and the people looked to a higher power for answers. Darkly funny and equal parts devastating, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is the story of a former Iraqi gardener turned war-time interpreter and the colliding world of two American soldiers assigned to guard the lone Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Unfortunately, this tiger is prone to the same existential crises that these humans are.  Except, when he gets depressedhe eats people. 

 

2:00 pm
New WorkShop Theater Brooklyn, NY

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

By Rajiv Joseph

Directed by Nick Cotz

In the immediate days following the American invasion of Iraq, the concepts of "right and wrong" "better of two evils" and "good versus evil" were heavily debated, nowhere more poignantly than by the people on the streets of war-torn Baghdad. As a "liberating" force removed a tyrant from power, a vacuum was created, and the people looked to a higher power for answers. Darkly funny and equal parts devastating, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is the story of a former Iraqi gardener turned war-time interpreter and the colliding world of two American soldiers assigned to guard the lone Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Unfortunately, this tiger is prone to the same existential crises that these humans are.  Except, when he gets depressedhe eats people. 

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater Brooklyn, NY

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

By Rajiv Joseph

Directed by Nick Cotz

In the immediate days following the American invasion of Iraq, the concepts of "right and wrong" "better of two evils" and "good versus evil" were heavily debated, nowhere more poignantly than by the people on the streets of war-torn Baghdad. As a "liberating" force removed a tyrant from power, a vacuum was created, and the people looked to a higher power for answers. Darkly funny and equal parts devastating, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is the story of a former Iraqi gardener turned war-time interpreter and the colliding world of two American soldiers assigned to guard the lone Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Unfortunately, this tiger is prone to the same existential crises that these humans are.  Except, when he gets depressedhe eats people. 

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater Brooklyn, NY

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

By Rajiv Joseph

Directed by Nick Cotz

In the immediate days following the American invasion of Iraq, the concepts of "right and wrong" "better of two evils" and "good versus evil" were heavily debated, nowhere more poignantly than by the people on the streets of war-torn Baghdad. As a "liberating" force removed a tyrant from power, a vacuum was created, and the people looked to a higher power for answers. Darkly funny and equal parts devastating, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is the story of a former Iraqi gardener turned war-time interpreter and the colliding world of two American soldiers assigned to guard the lone Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Unfortunately, this tiger is prone to the same existential crises that these humans are.  Except, when he gets depressedhe eats people. 

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater Brooklyn, NY

Ray DeJon's 20th Anniversary in Comedy

Ray DeJon's 20th Anniversary in Comedy

8:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre Brooklyn, NY
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