Marvin's Tip Sheet
September 29, 2014
Mark Ravenhill’s Pool (no Water) will be offered by the Barrow Street Theatre Oct. 21st-Nov. 24th. $45 tix discounted to $40 with code PNWTC. Tel. 212-868-4444, 27 Barrow Street.
Young Jean Lee’s newest play, Straight White Men, will be presented at the Public Nov. 1st-Dec. 7th. Tix start at $35. 425 Lafayette Street. Tel. 212-279-4200.
Signature Theatre is presenting a new play, Our Lady of Kibeho, set in late 20th century Rwanda, by resident playwright Katori Hall. Performance begin Oct. 28th. Tix $12. 480 West 42 St. Tel. 212-244-7529.
The first major NY revival of David Rabe’s Vietnam play, Sticks and Bones will be presented by The New Group Oct. 21st thru Nov. 5th. Tix $71, discounted to $59 with the code SBTC1. Signature Theatre, 480 West 42 St. Tel. 212-279-4200.
The Phoenix Theatre Ensemble is presenting a reading of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband on Saturday Oct. 18th at 1 p.m. at the NYU Global Center, 238 Thompson St. 5th floor. Tix. $15 with code HUSBAND. Tel. 212-352-3101.
TR Warszawa’s, one of Europe’s most prominent companys, is presenting Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis at St. Ann’s Warenouse Oct. 16th-26th. 29 Jay Street, Brooklyn,. Tel. 718-254-8779.
Discount tix for Gilbert and Sullivan’s Ruddigore at the Skirball Center Nov. 1st-3rd . Tix $42-59 (reg $69-$89) with code BBOX14. 566 LaGuardia Place. Tel. 212-998-4941.
In honor of the Halloween season, The Players Theatre is doing two different collections of short horror plays and musicals, called Boo!, the next two weeks, mostly new works but some by well known authors like James Joyce. Oct. 16th-19th and Oct. 23rd-26th. Tix. $30, discounted to $25 with code PTNEWS. 115 NcDougal Street. Tel. 212-352-3101.
As part of its White Light Festival Lincoln Center is presenting Benjamin Britten’s Noh-inspired Curlew River at the Synod House of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine Oct. 30th-Nov. 1st. Tix from $50. 1047 Amsterdam Ave. Tel. 212-721-6500.
The August Strindberg Repertory Theatre offers a new racialized version of Strindberg’s Miss Julie set in the American South, Oct. 21st thru Nov. 8th. Tix $18, students $12. At the Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street. Tel. 212-868-4444.