Events

Catbear painted in orange with the outline of a house over his heart

Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please is one-of-a-kind storytelling performance follows a lost toy, Catbear, as he travels through the tunnels of New York City on six different subway lines, looking for his owner.

Each train has its own story, and Catbear experiences all the sights and sounds of New York City before landing home again. Interactive and intimate, this show is ideal for children ages 2-5.

Tickets are available here.

Catbear painted in orange with the outline of a house over his heart

Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please is one-of-a-kind storytelling performance follows a lost toy, Catbear, as he travels through the tunnels of New York City on six different subway lines, looking for his owner.

Each train has its own story, and Catbear experiences all the sights and sounds of New York City before landing home again. Interactive and intimate, this show is ideal for children ages 2-5.

Tickets are available here.

A statue of Benjamin Franklin holds a bouquet of flowers and a bottle of champagne

A/K/A Benj (Franklin’s Women) is an interdisciplinary concert presentation exploring Benjamin Franklin’s
female identities, satires, and hoaxes that were used to critique love, gender stereotypes, witch hunts, and the slavery of his era.

Featuring original texts by Benjamin Franklin set to music by Benjamin Franklin, Whitney George, Stephanie Greig, Jinhee Han, & Ann Warren.
Choreography by Johari Mayfield with projections by Robert Morton.

Tickets are available here.