Free Shakespeare in the Park, Free Production of Carmen, Jackie Hoffman & Blue Roses – Times Square Chronicles

Located in South Harlem amid a vibrant and eclectic community of West African immigrants, Happy wives will be a celebration of black joy, laughter and vitality. A New York story about the towers of the heart, played in the heart of the City. The full all-black cast includes Abena, Shola Adewusi, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Pascale Armand, MaYaa Boateng, Phillip James Brannon, Brandon E. Burton, Joshua Echebiri, Branden Lindsay, Ebony Marshall-Oliver, Jarvis D. Matthews, Jacob Ming-Trent, Jennifer Mogbock, Julian Rozzell Jr., Kyle Scatliffe, David Ryan Smith and Susan Kelechi Watson.

Free tickets will be distributed via digital lottery and distribution on the Goldstar app or through their desktop website every Tuesday and Friday, one week before scheduled performances the following week. Goldstar will begin accepting lottery entries and open the ADA’s accessible digital distribution list on Tuesday, June 29 for Tuesday, July 6 and Wednesday, July 7 performances, then again on Friday, July 2 for performances from July 8 to 10, and continue every Tuesday and Friday thereafter. To find out the calendar of entry dates for performances, consult the Registration calendarHow to participate in the lottery: Download the Goldstar app (Apple, Android) or visit their website at any time to receive reminders before the lottery dates and be ready to participate in advance. On the day of each lottery, enter the lottery on the Goldstar app or website, between 12:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. (noon) ET. Join ADA Accessible Digital Distribution starting at noon (noon) ET while seats are available Enter the General Lottery or join ADA Accessible Distribution for up to two (2) free tickets and choose any performance or choose multiple performances based on the performance dates available for that day’s lottery or distribution. There will be full capacity and physically remote seating sections available. Full capacity seats are recommended for those who are vaccinated and physically distanced seats are recommended for those who are not vaccinated. The lottery will begin drawing winners at 12:00 p.m. (noon) ET. Lottery winners and those who did not win will begin to be notified via email shortly after 12:00 p.m. ET. The public will be in touch by email or phone to help those who have joined ADA Accessible Distribution find places to meet their demand based on their time of entry into the distribution. Plan to pick up your tickets in person at the Delacorte box office on the day you need to attend the show between 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. with government-issued identification. Tickets not claimed before 7:30 p.m. will be released.

Picnic shows at Bryant Park” the season of free and live shows continues Friday July 2 at 7 p.m. with an abridged one-hour fully staged performance of Georges Bizet’s beloved opera, Carmen, from the New York Opera. This will be the first fully staged one-hour New York City Opera adaptation this year.
Michael Capasso, General Manager of New York City Opera, says, “Our summer series at Bryant Park is a very important part of New York City Opera life. As “The People’s Opera”, performing for free in the center of our great city is a privilege and an honor. “

Entrance to this event is now open to the public on a first come, first served basis for all members of the public who present digital or physical proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or COVID-test. 19 immediately recent negative, as well as a certificate issued by the government. ID photo. Pre-registration of tickets is no longer required. Please arrive at the park no earlier than 5:30 p.m. when the gates open.

In accordance with newly expanded city and state safety protocols, Bryant Park will welcome approximately 2,000 spectators vaccinated or tested negative at each of our performances. Vaccinated members of the public will be offered open seating on the famous Bryant Park lawn with enough room to move away from others at their own discretion. Participants can remove masks at their own discretion once in fully vaccinated areas of the lawn. Vaccinated participants can bring their own picnic blanket or sit on the chairs provided by Bryant Park. Participants with a negative COVID-19 test will be seated in a separate and socially distanced section with required masks. Food and drinks are available for purchase from vendors in the park before taking a seat on the lawn. All participants in the event are welcome to bring food and drinks.

For anyone unable to attend in person, a free live broadcast of the performance will be available nationwide through the Bryant Park website and social media platforms, thanks to the generous support of Bank of America. Additional support for on-site events is provided by Amazon.

Jackie Hoffman

Imagination Hive invites you to the world premiere of E. Dale Smith’s Fruma-Sarah (Waiting in the wings). Directed by Braden M. Burns and starring Emmy nominee Jackie Hoffman (Question: Bette and Joan, The Bite, The Politician) and Kelly Kinsella, performances of this limited-edition Off-Broadway engagement run from 1 to July 25 at Nancy Manocherian’s cellular theater. (338 West 23rd Street).

Burdened by the reality of her current situation and yards of rented cheesecloth, aging community theater star Ariana Russo awaits behind the scenes her entry as Fruma-Sarah, the late howling wife of Lazer Wolf. Attached to the flight system above her head, she prepares to cross her hour-long exile to the scene left alone when she meets Margo, a fiery stand-in fly captain for the night. Taking place in real time, as a production of Fiddler on the Roof takes place on stage, the wait begins to weigh on Ariana, exposing the deep cracks in her bombastic facade. This love letter to the theater explores themes of isolation, being stuck in your situation, and what happens when you are no longer seen by the people around you. Sometimes, to feel alive, you have to play a ghost.

You are invited to attend one of the following performances of Fruma-Sarah (Waiting in the wings):
– Friday July 2 at 8 p.m.
– Saturday July 3 at 8 p.m.
– Tuesday July 6 at 8 p.m.
– Wednesday July 7 at 8 p.m.
– Thursday July 8 @ 8 p.m. (opening)
– Friday July 9 at 8 p.m.
– Saturday July 10 at 5 p.m.
– Saturday July 10 at 8 p.m.
– Sunday July 11 at 4 p.m.

Special performance and New York premiere concert of new musical Blue roses, with a book and lyrics by Mimi Turque and music by Nancy Ford, after Glass factory by Tennessee Williams. A evenings only Monday, October 18, 2021 at the Theater at St. Jean’s and through the York Theater Company. Directed by Austin Pendleton (Fiddler on the Roof) and under the musical direction of Nancy Ford (I pull myself together and hit the road), the cast of four will star Anita Gillette (Dreamer) as Amanda Wingfield, Piper Goodeve(Anne of the Green Gables) as Laura Wingfield, Jeff Kready(Tootsie) as Jim O’Connor and Howard McGillin (The Phantom of the Opera) as Tom Wingfield. The one-night-only event will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be followed by a reception.

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