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Bastille Day Ball 2017

Thursday, July 13 at 6:00 AM
The 404

The Committee of French-Speaking Societies (CAFUSA) celebrates Bastille Day and provides a lively opportunity to experience the best of French-American culture and friendship at its 93rd annual Bastille Day Ball, on Thursday, July 13th at The 404 (404 Tenth Ave.) Tickets are $30 and $120 VIP and are available at www.BastilleDayBall.org. The event will feature live music by Chloe Perrier, and her jazz band, French Heart, and DJ music by Olivier Meiji. Since 1924, the CAFUSA has been promoting French culture and language in NY and strengthening French-American relations.

For more information visit http://www.BastilleDayBall.org

Summer Solstice Masquerade

 

Saturday, June 17
Les Couleurs Charity , 136 Division st #3, New York City

To celebrate the start of the summer, Les Couleurs Charity is having an Elegant/Black Tie Masquerade Soirée. All for a great cause!

Proceeds from this event will go to Les Couleurs Charity. Tickets are tax deductible.

For more information visit http://www.lescouleursnyc.org/

Images from last year’s event (click any image for gallery with large images):

 

Chashama Gala After Party

Thursday, June 8
4 Times Sq, New York

When the clock strikes 9pm, the 22nd floor of 4 Times Square will erupt into the “Art is Everywhere” chashama Gala After Party. Come dressed to impress as you wander around the interactive environment, with artists and performers around every corner.

Explore installations of wonder and witness performers roaming all around you. Step into the kaleidodrome, play in the Zygote garden, or visit the Pleasure Palace.
There’s something for everyone at the “Art is Everywhere” After Party.

#chashamagala #artiseverywhere

9pm-12am at 4 Times Square, 22nd Floor
(Enter at 42nd St)
New York, NY

OPEN BAR with spirits generously donated by Harlem Brewing Company and Domaine Select Wine & Spirits

Featuring performances/work by…
Risha Rox – Visual Artist – Memento Mori
Veronica Evanega – Architectural Metalworks, Sculpture & Photography
Red, the Artist – 100 Women and More
Howard Gladstone – Portrait Sketch Artist
Chee Bravo Art – “A Zygote Garden”, a multimedia installation/performance
Nicholas Fraser- “JUL 12 2012 LIKEATRAIN (Left Hanging Series)
Nodes Collection by Olga Alexander – “The Node Shop of Synaptic Incubations”
Adam Brobjorg – Face Glue
Michael Alan – “Michael Alan: The Drawing Room”
Zahra Jlayer – Artist
Captain Wally Spaceflight18 – FLIGHT18: S.T.A.R. Program
Kathleen Jansyn – tell me love and hope never die
Ira Lawrence Gamerman + Siobhan O’Loughlin – Ghost Room
Zachary Reese + Jessica Roses – Toilet World
Christine Stoddard @artistchristinestoddard – The Rainforest of Splendor
Cat Del Buono – Swimming Upstream
Pamela Enz
Christopher Thomas Trujillo – Gala Designer
Burning Clown – FUNHouse
Ricky K – VIP Submission Domain
Sir Shadow – Live drawing
Roman and Jennifer – Ballroom Dance
Marcy B. Freedman – The Global Displacement of Art: Pros and Cons: An interactive performance by Marcy B. Freedman
Flambeaux Fire – Fire Dress
Edisa Weeks – Delirious Hair Designs
Acroyoga
Fritz Donnelly Artist – “Fun with Fritz: The Performance Menu”
Francesca Varisco – “Seeking Dante” Silent Opera
Kym ChiefRocka Bernazky – “Plasticland: The Transmigration”
Sarah Nagle – Chair|Bell|Tape
MistyDawn Forester – Under Construction
SANS Limites & Henri C – GOD’ is a DJ
Jean-loup Msika
Anne Spalter Studios – Wonder Why
Melissa Godoy Nieto – Dream Journals Series
Heather Alexa Woodfield – Calling All Parties
Umberto Squarcia, Jr.
Susan Stellin & Graham Macindoe – American Exile
Graham Macindoe – Photographic Works
Laura Stein – “I want to know your ghost”
Angeli and Sarah Sitzler – Sliding Planes, Lower Sky
Abby Hertz – Lustnyc
Amelia Spalter Antonia LeGlitter – Harold P. Salzman
Yana Schnitzler | Human Kinetic Movement Arts – TimeScapes IV
Lisa Levy
Becca Van K – Comfort Zone
Zena Loxton – Now Is Beautiful
Jessica Mensch – Reflections
Zenith Haas | IndieCollect
Francis Sappho & Lisa Lisa
Doug LeCours – Pleasure Palace
Kathy Creutzburg & Mirabai Kwan Yin – Triangla
Jasmine Anokye @BzarBlackStar – Kisses from Heaven
….AND MORE!

For more information about the 2017 Gala please visit http://www.chashama.org/gala2017

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Bideawee Ball 2017

Monday, May 22
The Pierre, 2 East 61st St at 5th Ave

Join Bideawee and 400 socially active animal lovers from New York City’s business, social, and celebrity communities at the 2017 Bideawee Ball. The Ball, which features cocktails, seated dinner, dancing, and awards to those who have made a difference in the lives of pets, is the premier social event of the year that celebrates pets and Bideawee’s mission to be Greater New York’s leader in rescuing, caring for, and placing homeless cats and dogs with people who love them.

The Bideawee Ball will be held at The Pierre from 6:00 to 10:00 pm. A Silent Auction and Live Auction of special and unique offerings will be conducted. General Seating Tickets are $500.00; Junior Tickets (35 yrs and younger) are available for $350.00; Canine Companion Tickets are $50.00. This year we will be selling Cocktail Reception Tickets for $150 and Canine Companion – Cocktail Reception for $25.

Black Tie Optional.

For more information visit https://www.bideawee.org/Gala2017

Global Mashups #5: Thailand Meets Tahiti

Friday, May 19 at 7:00 PM
Flushing Town Hall 137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11354

We’re mashing up 2 cultures on 1 stage with an open dance floor! Deum Band presents traditional and contemporary dance music from Thailand, and Josh Cho and Le Bandu Barracud presents authentic Tahitian music. Each band plays a set, then the two meet and jam.
$16/$10 Members & Students

For more information visit http://www.flushingtownhall.org/event/48e85af8c7d1d44589f93c9988a5f405

Ballet Hispánico Carnaval Gala

Monday, May 15 at 6:30 PM
The Plaza Hotel

Ballet Hispánico will honor Puerto Rican legendary actress and EGOT winner Rita Moreno with the Toda Una Vida Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by actress Gina Rodriguez, and Ecuadorian-American Pinnacle Group Chairman and CEO Nina Vaca with the Nuestra Inspiración Award, presented by Ralph de la Vega, the former Vice Chairman of AT&T Inc. and CEO of Business Solutions & International, at its annual Carnaval Gala in The Plaza Hotel’s Grand Ballroom, 768 Fifth Avenue, NYC. Cocktails begin at 6:30pm and dinner and dancing commence at 7:30pm. Proceeds, which last year totaled over $1.1 million, benefit the creation of new Company works, scholarships in the Ballet Hispánico School of Dance, and community arts education programs.

For more than 45 years, Ballet Hispánico has empowered and educated the next generation through dance. Through its innovative outreach programs and acclaimed performances, the organization has introduced thousands of young people to a cultural heritage often overlooked in American society.

Ballet Hispánico was founded by a Latina leader of its own, National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez, who infused the organization in 1970 with her mission to provide access to arts education and give voice to the Latino artist. When Eduardo Vilaro became Artistic Director in 2009, he launched a bold and eclectic brand of contemporary dance that reflects America’s changing cultural landscape. He has also established programs that have nurtured a new generation of Latino leaders, many of them female.

“Ballet Hispánico builds on founder Tina Ramirez’s legacy of female leadership by celebrating the achievements of two remarkable Latina leaders who have made their mark in the performing arts and corporate America,” said Eduardo Vilaro, Artistic Director & CEO of Ballet Hispánico. “The evening is a celebration of Ballet Hispánico’s determined and increasingly necessary commitment to fostering awareness of the gifts of diversity.”

“I love what this organization does for the community; it’s inspirational. It fits with my own mission to serve our youth,” said Rita Moreno. “I am excited to find other ways of partnering with Ballet Hispánico to reach our community with the arts.”

“I’m honored to be recognized by such an impactful organization,” says Nina Vaca. “Ballet Hispánico empowers our youth to pursue their artistic dreams and reminds us all about the value of bringing communities together.Many of those touched by Ballet Hispánico go on to establish careers in the arts or found their own successful businesses.I applaud Ballet Hispánico for building and strengthening the link between art and entrepreneurship.”

Carnaval, the inspiration for Ballet Hispánico’s annual Gala as envisioned by Eduardo Vilaro, is a celebration of the impactful voices of the Latino world-an exciting and fitting way to showcase the resilience and unparalleled vision of one of America’s cultural gems. Attended by more than 500 of New York’s most influential civic leaders, philanthropists and artists, the evening is filled with live Latin music and thrilling performances by the Ballet Hispánico Company and students of the School of Dance.

The event is headed by Gala Chairs Jody Gottfried Arnhold, Richard Feldman, Kate Lear and David Pérez.

Attire for the event is festive black tie. To purchase tickets, a table, a journal advertisement, or for more information, please contact Lorraine LaHuta at (212) 362-6710, x28 or llahuta@ballethispanico.org.

Octogenarian RITA MORENO still remains one of the busiest stars in show business. She currently stars in the critically-acclaimed Latino remake of Norman Lear’s classic sitcom, One Day at a Time, which is now streaming on Netflix. Ms. Moreno also lends her voice to the character, “Abuelita” in the children’s animated series, Nina’s World, which airs on NBC-TV’s Sprout Network.

Ms. Moreno is an EGOT winner, having won all four of the most prestigious awards in show business: the Oscar, the Tony, two Emmys, and a Grammy. Her countless credits span more than six decades, beginning with her Broadway debut at age 13. Ms. Moreno has starred on Broadway; London’s West End; appeared in more than 40 feature films (including the 1961 classic West Side Story), and countless television shows; has performed in numerous regional theaters including her one woman show, Life Without Makeup at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre; and appeared as a season regular on the TV Land series, Happily Divorced, playing Fran Drescher’s mother.

Ms. Moreno was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004 and the National Medal of Arts by President Obama in 2010. In December 2015, she received a Kennedy Center Honor for her lifetime contributions to American Culture. In 2013, her first book, Rita Moreno: A Memoir instantly became a New York Times Best Seller. In January 2014, Ms. Moreno received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award, and she served as the Grand Marshal of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade in June 2015. That same year she released her first all Spanish language album, Una Vez Más, produced by Emilio Estefan.

NINA VACA is known around the world as a devoted entrepreneur, philanthropist, and champion for women and minorities in business. Her story and insights have been read by millions in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Kiplinger, Inc. Magazine, and Fast Company, and she has been a featured guest on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Fox News, and the CBS Evening News.

Ms. Vaca has been tremendously successful with Pinnacle Group, a company she founded in 1996 and still heads today. In her 20 years leading the company, it has grown into one of the largest companies in its field and one of the fastest-growing women-owned businesses in the country. In recognition of her success, Ernst & Young honored her with its coveted Entrepreneur of the Year Award and elected her to its Hall of Fame. She has also been one of Fast Company Magazine’s 25 Top Women Builders, Goldman Sachs has called her one of the country’s most intriguing entrepreneurs, NBC termed her an innovator, and she has been listed among the 100 most influential Latinos in the United States for the past decade. Ms. Vaca also brings her business expertise to the board of directors of Comerica Inc., Kohl’s Corporation, and Cinemark Holdings.

In addition to her business success, Ms. Vaca has a twenty-year track record of helping entrepreneurs build businesses and communities globally. She has traveled the world as a White House-appointed Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs including in Ghana, Vietnam, and Bahrain. Ms. Vaca also founded At the Table, an initiative to provide women the resources and exposure needed to achieve the highest levels of success in business. At the Table is housed at the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) Foundation, which Ms. Vaca chairs. She is also Chairman Emeritus of the USHCC, serving over 4.2 million Hispanic-owned U.S. businesses.

For her legacy of leadership, community involvement, and excellence in business, Ms. Vaca was named the youngest Distinguished Alumna in her alma mater’s history and has been awarded three honorary doctorates by notable universities. Earlier this year, she was named a 2017 National Women’s History Project Honoree by the National Women’s History Project alongside other notable women in labor and business for her part in paving the way for women business leaders. Ms. Vaca was also inducted into the Minority Business Hall of Fame & Museum in 2016. So far this year, she has received the Women of Impact Award presented by the NFL and Off the Field Players’ Wives Association and was named one of the inaugural Women of Distinction by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

GINA RODRIGUEZ was recognized in the 2016 Time Magazine’s”100 Most Influential People” list for her role of being a voice for the Latino community and supporting and empowering young girls, Her profile has been rising steadily since her breakout performance as the title character in Filly Brown during the Sundance Film Festival, being named the “It Girl” of the festival. Ms. Rodriguez then went on to star in the CW television series, Jane the Virgin, for which she has been nominated for 3 Golden Globes, winning in 2015. Recently, she starred in Deepwater Horizon alongside Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, and Dylan O’Brien. Ms. Rodriguez will be seen next in the Paramount Pictures film Annihilation alongside Natalie Portman, Oscar Isaac, and Jennifer Jason Leigh for director Alex Garland.

RALPH DE LA VEGAis an acclaimed leader and innovator in business and telecommunications. As Vice Chairman of AT&T Inc. and CEO of Business Solutions & International, he had overall responsibility for the company’s integrated Business Solutions group which, at the time, served more than 3.5 million business customers in nearly 200 countries and territories, including nearly all of the world’s Fortune 1000 companies. Under his leadership, AT&T Mobility became one of the world’s leading smartphone and mobile Internet providers and expanded into new growth areas such as connected cars, home security and automation. Mr. de la Vega has received numerous awards, including induction into the Wireless Hall of Fame, the Atlanta Business Hall of Fame, and the prestigious Global Innovation Award from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. He is the author of the best-selling book Obstacles Welcome: Turn Adversity to Advantage in Business and Life (Thomas Nelson, 2009).

EDUARDO VILARO was the first Artistic Director to assume the reins of Ballet Hispánico from its founding director and National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez. After seven years of igniting Ballet Hispánico’s vision with a contemporary perspective in dance and culture, he assumed the additional role of CEO for the organization. Mr. Vilaro was born in Havana, Cuba and raised in the Bronx. He holds a BFA from Adelphi University and an MA from Columbia College in Chicago. Upon his graduation from Columbia College, Mr. Vilaro founded Luna Negra Dance Theater in Chicago, a company which served as a springboard for Latino dance throughout the Midwest for 15 years. Mr. Vilaro’s own choreography is devoted to capturing the spiritual, sensual and historical essence of the Latino cultures. He created over 25 ballets for Luna Negra and Ballet Hispánico and has received numerous commissions from dance festivals and arts organizations. In 2001, he was a recipient of a Ruth Page Award for choreography, and in 2003 he was honored for his choreographic work at Panama’s II International Festival of Ballet. Mr. Vilaro was an associate professor at the Dance Center of Columbia College, has served on the board of directors of Dance/USA and is currently on the advisory board of Dance NYC. As an invited guest on panels and forums, he speaks to the growing need for cultural diversity and dance education. Mr. Vilaro is a proud 2016 inductee into the Bronx Walk of Fame.

ABOUT BALLET HISPÁNICO
America’s premier Latino dance organization for more than 45 years, Ballet Hispánico brings communities together to celebrate and explore Latino cultures and the shared human experience through dance. Founded by National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez, Ballet Hispánico has been led since 2009 by Artistic Director & CEO Eduardo Vilaro, who has infused the organization’s legacy with a bold and eclectic brand of contemporary dance that reflects America’s changing cultural landscape. Through performances of its internationally-acclaimed Company, innovative dance training programs, and community education activities that inspire individuals of all ages and backgrounds, Ballet Hispánico brings the joy of dance and Hispanic culture to the world.

For more information, visit www.ballethispanico.org. Follow Ballet Hispánicoon Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

For more information visit http://www.ballethispanico.org/

NY Cares Soiree

Friday, May 19 from 8 am to 11:30 pm
The Bowery Hotel Terrace, 335 Bowery at 3rd Street

An enchanted evening of cocktails, tastings, silent auction, dancing, and so much more.

Masks strongly encouraged as part of your “Masquerade Chic” attire.

New York Cares is the largest volunteer network in the city. Last year, 64,000 New Yorkers made the city a better place by volunteering in New York Cares programs at more than 1,300 nonprofits and schools – improving education, meeting immediate needs, and revitalizing public spaces. To learn more about New York Cares, please visit newyorkcares.org.

Tickets at http://www.501auctions.com/newyorkcaressoiree

 

Celebrate Spring NY

Wednesday, April 5, from 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM
LAVO, 39 E 58th Street, New York

Celebrate Spring was first conceived in 2008 by G. Pennington Egbert III, his sister Missy Egbert Sheehan and their close friend Georgina B. Schaeffer.  The three, whose fathers both lived with Parkinson’s disease, joined together to create the Young New Yorkers for the Fight Against Parkinson’s committee, a group of nearly 100 New Yorkers dedicated to advancing a cure for Parkinson’s.  Each year the committee hosts Celebrate Spring in New York City, which has raised more than $750,000 since its inception.

Read more at http://www.pdf.org/csny

 

Womyn’s “Her” Story Brunch & Tea Dance

Sunday, March 12, from 1 to 6 pm
Montclair Women’s Club, 82 Union Street, Montclair, NJ

Realtor Wendy Millar, of ERA Queen City Realty, is proudly promoting the Hyssop Housing Inc. Womyn’s “Her” Story Brunch & Tea Dance, scheduled for Sunday, March 12, from 1 to 6 p.m. at Montclair Women’s Club, 82 Union Street, Montclair, NJ. “Hyssop’s goal is one that resonates with my core philosophy of embracing people, service, and diversity,” said Millar, who sits on the non-profit board of Hyssop Housing Inc. and is its co-treasurer.

Hyssop Housing Inc. is a collective of women who aspire to provide safe, fully sustainable, culturally diverse housing for 55+ LGBTQ womyn of color and the people who love them. This Womyn’s “Her” Story Brunch & Tea Dance fundraising event will include a sensational brunch, decadent dessert, complimentary mimosa, coffee, tea and juice. There will also be entertainment, a silent auction, vendors and dancing to one of New Jersey’s hottest DJs. A cash bar will also be available.

“A portion of the proceeds will go to Rain Foundation, a local 501(c)3 nonprofit committed to providing emergency housing and shelter services to vulnerable LGBTQ youth,” concluded Millar.

Tickets for the Womyn’s “Her” Story Brunch & Tea Dance can be purchased at https://www.paypal.me/HyssopyHousingInc. The deadline to purchase tickets is March 1, 2017, individual $40 and couples $75. After March 1, tickets increase to: individual $50; couples $95.

 

The 14th Street Y 2017 PURIM Gala

Thursday, March 9, 2017 – 6pm Cocktails, 7pm Dinner & More
Angel Orensanz Foundation – 172 Norfolk Street, NYC

New York, NY – On Thursday, March 9, 2017, the 14th Street Y will host its 2017 PURIM Gala at the Angel Orensanz Foundation, 172 Norfolk Street, NYC with Cocktails at 6pm and Dinner & Entertainment at 7pm. To learn more about the night’s events and get tickets, please visit 14StreetY.org/Gala, or to make a donation, please visit http://bit.ly/14StreetYGalaDonate.

Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar. Celebrated with feasts, drink and revelry, it celebrates standing up for what you believe in and calls us to honor others through giving gifts and charity.

The 14th Street Y 2017 PURIM Gala will feature one-of-a kind live art and performances: Purim, as told by acclaimed acrobatics company Cirque-tacular, a special performance by children from the 14th Street Y After School, live music by the Bridget Robbins Trio, body Art by Sheila Jordan and more. Specialty food and drink will be offered, including aerial silks-acrobat champagne service; a Purim cocktail designed by The Surf Lodge’s own mixologist; sweet treats from Dylan’s Candy Bar and custom hamantashen and other baked goods by noted Manhattan & Brooklyn bakeries Colson Patisserie, Mah Ze Dahr Bakery, Orwashers and Zucker Bakery. The event will also feature exclusive artwork from the 14th Street Y’s innovative arts fellowship program LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture, children in the 14th Street Y’s early childhood programs and more. Festive Attire is encouraged.

2017 GALA COMMITTEE

CHAIRS: Joseph Persky, Cristian Goodhart

CO-CHAIRS: Barbara and Harvey Schulweis, Pauline and Alan Weinstein, Susan Etess and Howard Zimmerman

HOSTS: Ashley and Jacob Cohen, Martha Goode, Adam Kravitz, Ronit Muszkatblit and Yonatan Israel, Brooke and John Paduano, Linda and Eric Perlmutter, Anne F. Pollack, Ludmilla and Jacques Raphael, Alissa Dicker Schrieber, Caroline and Jason Schulweis, Keri and Scott Schundler, Darci and Ben Sheena, Amanda Plotkin and Dan Weisenfeld, Elana and Andrew Zimmerman, Harron Zimmerman

CORPORATE SPONSORS: Glenwood, Goldman Sachs, Howard L. Zimmerman Architects, Edrington, Unity Building Services

COMMUNITY SPONSORS: Colson Patisserie, Dylan’s Candy Bar, Goode Productions, Ivana Tagliamonte/Halstead Property, Mah Ze Dahr Bakery, Orwashers, The Surf Lodge, Union Square Wines & Spirits, The Winslow, Zucker Bakery

Program Highlights:

Purim, as told by Cirque-tacular
Based in New York City with artists nationwide, Cirque-tacular Entertainment is considered one of the premiere acrobatic production companies in the United States – specializing in cirque, circus, sideshow, carnival, specialty, and unique themed entertainment for corporate, public, community, and sophisticated social events. Its elite acrobats, artists, and one-of-a-kind originals have shared their work at events in over 70 countries, and have been enjoyed by millions live, in conjunction with the most recognized brands, venues, and arts organizations of our age. www.cirquetacular.com

A special performance by the 14th Street Y After School
Within and well beyond the walls 14th Street Y community, children compel us to see, understand and appreciate the world in new ways. The Gala program will feature children from the 14th Street Y After School in a performance that will honor both the deeply rooted East Village tradition of the performing arts, and the value and impact of community in Downtown Manhattan.

About the 14th Street Y:
The 14th Street Y is a vibrant Jewish community center serving New York City’s East Village and beyond. Proceeds from the Gala help us advance our mission as a hub of creativity, community programming, and Jewish culture in downtown Manhattan. They enable us to provide scholarships, develop enrichment programs, and enhance the lives of more than 20,000 people who walk through our doors each year. The 14th Street Y is proud to be a part of Educational Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a 127-year history of serving New Yorkers downtown.

For individual tickets, visit 14StreetY.org/Gala. To discuss table sales or sponsorship packages, please contact Carolyn Cohen: CCohen@14streety.org / 646-395-4333.

For more information visit https://gala14y.ucraft.com/

NEW YORK THEATRE BALLET brings Uptown/Downtown/Dance to New York Live Arts

March 1 to 4, 7:30 pm; March 4 at 2pm
219 W 19th Street, New York

New York Theatre Ballet (NYTB) returns to New York Live Arts with its new Uptown/Downtown/Dance series from March 1-4, 2017 at 7:30pm with an additional 2pm matinee on Saturday. This year’s program features a revival of Nijinsky’s L’Apres-Midi d’un Faune staged by the 98-year-old Ann Hutchinson Guest, a new and as-of-yet untitled pas de trois by Pam Tanowitz, Frederick Ashton’s La Chatte métamorphoses en femme, and Antonia Franceschi’s She Holds Out Her Hand which premiered at Danspace in Fall 2016. All pieces will be performed to live music. A post-show celebration with wine, hors d’oeuvres, and music will be held after the opening night performance for which tickets are $75. Tickets for the performances are $30 ($15 for Students & Seniors) and can be purchased at http://newyorklivearts.org/event/spring-concerts/.

“Never before in my experience of this troupe have its performers made so engaging and memorable an impression,” – The New York Times of NYTB’s debut performance at New York Live Arts.

For more information visit http://newyorklivearts.org/event/spring-concerts/