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February On Track:
Current and Coming Events

Now Playing:

The Civilians continue with (I Am) Nobodyââ?‰?¢s Lunch at 59E59. Showtimes vary. $30. Thru Feb. 5. 59 E. 59th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212.279.4200 or

The National Theatre of the United States of America continues with ABSN: RJAB at PS122. Wed.-Fri., 8:30pm; Sat., 4:30 & 8:30pm; Sun., 4:30pm. $20/$10. Thru Feb. 12. 150 1st Ave., Manhattan. 212.352.3101. …

The White Horse Theater Company continues its exploration of the Sam Shepard canon with the Pulitzer Prize-winning Buried Child at the American Theatre of Actorsââ?‰?¢ Sargent Theatre. Cyndy A. Marion directs. Tue.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $15. Thru Feb. 12. 314 W. 54th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212.868.4444.

Crash Landing Productions continues with Chris Thorpeââ?‰?¢s Safety at Urban Stages. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 7pm. $15. Thru Feb. 12. 259 W. 30th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212.868.4444 or

The Foundry Theatre continues with Kirk Lynnââ?‰?¢s Major Bang at St. Annââ?‰?¢s Warehouse. Tue.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 4 & 8pm; Sun., 4pm. $30/$20. Thru Feb. 19. 38 Water St., Brooklyn. Tix: 718.254.8779.


Feb. 1: Ron Delsener & Marvin Worth Productions present the NY premiere of Lenny Bruce…In His Own Words written and directed by Joan Worth and Alan Sacks and featuring Jason Fisher at the Zipper Theatre. Mon.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 8 & 10pm. $40/$30. Thru Feb. 25. 336 W. 37th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212.239.6200 …

Feb. 2: The Triad Theater opens Andrew Goffmanââ?‰?¢s The Accidental Pervert about one manââ?‰?¢s addiction to pornography. Charles Messina directs. Thu.-Fri., 7pm. $20/$15. Thru Feb. 24. 158 W. 72nd St., Manhattan Tix: 212.868.4444 or

John Chatterton and the La Muse Venale Acting Troupe open Beyond the Veil, Chattertonââ?‰?¢s exploration of science, sex and spiritualism in Victorian England at the Where Eagles Dare Theatre. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $15. Thru Feb. 26. 347 W. 36th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212-868-4444 or

The Flea Theater opens Yussef El Guindiââ?‰?¢s Homeland Security satire, Back of the Throat. Jim Simpson directs. Schedule varies. $20. Thru Mar. 8. 41 White St., Manhattan. Tix: 212-352-3101 or .

Feb. 9: The Debate Society mixes bird flu with the Black Death in Hannah Bosââ?‰?¢ The Snow Hen. Oliver Butler directs at the Charlie Pineapple Theatre. Mon., 7pm; Wed.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $15. Thru Feb. 25. 248-B N. 8th St., Brooklyn. Tix: 212.352.3101 or

La MaMa ETC opens Peter S. Caseââ?‰?¢s adaptation of Death and the Ploughman, Johannes von Saazââ?‰?¢ early 15th-century prose poem rife with the imagery of Bosch and Breughel. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 2:30 & 8pm. $15. Thru Feb. 26. 74A E 4th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212.475.7710.

FringeNYC is accepting applications for the 10th Annual New York International Fringe Festival, set for Aug. 11-27th thru Feb. 14. More info and applications at:

Crooked Timber Productions in association with VOICETheatre opens a new translation of Hanoch Levinââ?‰?¢s journey through the dark heart of vengeance, Retzach, at 59E59. Shauna Kanter directs. Wed.-Fri., 8:15pm; Sat., 2:15 & 8:15; Sun., 3:15 & 7:15pm. $35/$15. Thru Mar. 12. 59 E. 59th St., Manhattan. Tix: 212.279.4200 or

Feb. 18: Stillpoint Productions opens Lear deBessonetââ?‰?¢s site-specific, Death Might Be Your Santa Claus, an exploration of the intersection of faith and capitalism in contemporary America, conceived by deBessonet with additional text by Juliana Francis. Mon.-Tue., 8pm; Sat., 3 & 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $15. Thru Feb. 21. 15 Nassau at Pine, Manhattan. Tix: 212-352-3101 or

Etc.: Theaters Against War (THAW) is looking for previously unpublished one-act plays for its as-yet Untitled Night of One Acts at Pace University in April. The plays must have a human rights, political, or social justice issue theme to them. Please submit all works electronically to: by Feb. 5

Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble will offer a Master Class with Ping Chong at the SITI Company in Manhattan Feb. 17-19. The class will explore the relationship between text and movement through examples from Chongââ?‰?¢s repertoire of scripts, and through improvisation arising out of this repertoire. More info:

Brooklynââ?‰?¢s Brick Theater is seeking applications through the month of February for this summerââ?‰?¢s ââ?¬Ã?$ellout Festivalââ?¬? set for June 2 thru July 2. A celebration of compromising, cashing in and giving up, the Festival encourages performers of all persuasions to submit proposals about selling out. Deadline for applications is Mar. 1. More info:$ellout.

Please send listings for shows and theater events running during the month of April to: Brook Stowe at by March 20.


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