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October 2016

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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 25

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 25 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, September 25 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, September 25

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, September 25 - 2:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, September 25 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Joe's Pub

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Sunday, September 25

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Sunday, September 25 - 7:00 PM

Betty Buckley: Story Songs

Sunday, September 25 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

An Evening with Coriolanus and the Modern Campaign

Monday, September 26

Shakespeare Society Artistic Director Michael Sexton hosts an evening exploring Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy and the way it presages much of our modern political culture. The evening will feature performances and insights from actors like Chuwudi Iwuji, Elizabeth Marvel, and Bill Camp as well as political figures like Jacob Weisberg and NYC Public Advocate Letitia James. 


An Evening with Coriolanus and the Modern Campaign

Monday, September 26 - 7:00 PM

Shakespeare Society Artistic Director Michael Sexton hosts an evening exploring Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy and the way it presages much of our modern political culture. The evening will feature performances and insights from actors like Chuwudi Iwuji, Elizabeth Marvel, and Bill Camp as well as political figures like Jacob Weisberg and NYC Public Advocate Letitia James. 


Joe's Pub

Broadway Bounty Hunter presented in association with MTF

Monday, September 26

Broadway Bounty Hunter presented in association with MTF

Monday, September 26 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Tuesday, September 27

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Tuesday, September 27 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, September 27

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, September 27 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

The Fall of Julian Fleisher - Volume 1: 1975, Pop Music’s Very Best Year Ever

Tuesday, September 27

The Fall of Julian Fleisher - Volume 1: 1975, Pop Music’s Very Best Year Ever

Tuesday, September 27 - 7:00 PM

Jacob Collier

Tuesday, September 27

Jacob Collier

Tuesday, September 27 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Wednesday, September 28

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Wednesday, September 28 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, September 28

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, September 28 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Sam Salmond

Wednesday, September 28

Sam Salmond

Wednesday, September 28 - 7:00 PM

Choir Choir Choir

Wednesday, September 28

Choir Choir Choir

Wednesday, September 28 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Thursday, September 29

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Thursday, September 29 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, September 29

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, September 29 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Thursday, September 29

2016 DANCE NOW Festival and Encore – 21st Annual Season

Thursday, September 29 - 7:00 PM

Johnny Gallagher

Thursday, September 29

Johnny Gallagher

Thursday, September 29 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Friday, September 30

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Friday, September 30 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, September 30

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, September 30 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Johnny Gallagher

Friday, September 30

Johnny Gallagher

Friday, September 30 - 7:30 PM

Paul Loren

Friday, September 30

Paul Loren

Friday, September 30 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, October 1

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, October 1 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, October 1 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Saturday, October 1

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Saturday, October 1 - 2:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Saturday, October 1 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Joe's Pub

Maarja Nuut

Saturday, October 1

Maarja Nuut

Saturday, October 1 - 7:30 PM

Tanya Donelly: Swan Song Series

Saturday, October 1

Tanya Donelly: Swan Song Series

Saturday, October 1 - 9:30 PM

Adonna: Indulge Me

Saturday, October 1

Adonna: Indulge Me

Saturday, October 1 - 11:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, October 2

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, October 2 - 2:00 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Sunday, October 2 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, October 2

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, October 2 - 2:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Sunday, October 2 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Joe's Pub

Peter Mulvey

Sunday, October 2

Peter Mulvey

Sunday, October 2 - 7:30 PM

Joey Arias is With You Now

Sunday, October 2

Joey Arias is With You Now

Sunday, October 2 - 9:30 PM
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Joe's Pub

Exposure

Monday, October 3

Exposure

Monday, October 3 - 7:00 PM

Ato Blankson-Wood

Monday, October 3

Ato Blankson-Wood

Monday, October 3 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Tuesday, October 4

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Tuesday, October 4 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


PLENTY

Tuesday, October 4

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


PLENTY

Tuesday, October 4 - 7:30 PM

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, October 4

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Tuesday, October 4 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Geoff Muldaur & Jim Kweskin

Tuesday, October 4

Geoff Muldaur & Jim Kweskin

Tuesday, October 4 - 7:30 PM

Laila Biali

Tuesday, October 4

Laila Biali

Tuesday, October 4 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Wednesday, October 5

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Wednesday, October 5 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


PLENTY

Wednesday, October 5

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


PLENTY

Wednesday, October 5 - 7:30 PM

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, October 5

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Wednesday, October 5 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Women of Letters

Wednesday, October 5

Women of Letters

Wednesday, October 5 - 7:00 PM

Natalie Cressman & Mike Bono: Etchings In Amber Album Release

Wednesday, October 5

Natalie Cressman & Mike Bono: Etchings In Amber Album Release

Wednesday, October 5 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Thursday, October 6

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Thursday, October 6 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


PLENTY

Thursday, October 6

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


PLENTY

Thursday, October 6 - 7:30 PM

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, October 6

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Thursday, October 6 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Mehmet Ali Sanlikol & Whatsnext? Album Release Concert featuring Dave Liebman, Tiger Okoshi & Oran Etkin

Thursday, October 6

Mehmet Ali Sanlikol & Whatsnext? Album Release Concert featuring Dave Liebman, Tiger Okoshi & Oran Etkin

Thursday, October 6 - 7:00 PM

Amber Martin’s AM Gold

Thursday, October 6

Amber Martin’s AM Gold

Thursday, October 6 - 9:30 PM
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The Public Theater

Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Friday, October 7

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


Mobile Unit: Hamlet

Friday, October 7 - 7:00 PM

This season, The Public Theater's Mobile Unit presents a new, world-class production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to audiences and community venues across New York City. Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji (Henry VI Trilogy, King Lear at The Public) plays the anguished prince of Denmark who is confronted at every turn with a poisonous power structure that's robbed him of his father, and forever darkened his understanding of the world. Inspired by The Mobile Unit’s unique approach to engaging diverse communities with the arts, Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, Ugly Lies the Bone) directs this bold take on Shakespeare's immortal tale about family, deceit and the explosive consequences of unchecked corruption.


PLENTY

Friday, October 7

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


PLENTY

Friday, October 7 - 7:30 PM

One of the most celebrated plays in The Public’s history, David Hare’s PLENTY returns this fall in a riveting new production. This groundbreaking play, which first premiered at The Public in 1982, is the story of Susan Traherne, a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war. 


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, October 7

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Friday, October 7 - 7:30 PM

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.


Joe's Pub

Awa Sangho

Friday, October 7

Awa Sangho

Friday, October 7 - 9:30 PM

Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens – Live on Stage!

Friday, October 7

Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens – Live on Stage!

Friday, October 7 - 11:30 PM
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The Public Theater

THE GABRIELS: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Two: WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

Saturday, October 8

Tony winning writer and director Richard Nelson (The Apple Family Plays, James Joyce’s The Dead) returns to The Public this fall with the second play in his new three-play cycle, The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.

What Did You Expect? brings us back to the kitchen of the Gabriel family, with the country now in the midst of the general election for President. In the course of one evening in the house they grew up in, history (both theirs and our country's), money, politics, family, art and culture are chopped up and mixed together, while a meal is made around the kitchen table.