At the height of the Vietnam War, two brothers attempt a daring nighttime raid to sabotage the draft,
but when their plan goes awry, they are each forced to choose between the principles
they set out to defend and the people they care about.
March 1st thru 24th
The New Ohio Theatre
154 Christopher Street
For tickets go to www.nylonfusioncollective.org
Horsetrade and Radiotheatre present live onstage, eight classic tales from the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. Including The Birds, Strangers on a Train, Rebecca, The Thirty-nine Steps and more. All are adapted from vintage radio versions into our award winning live stage presentations!
March 9 through May 4
Saturdays at 2 PM
$18 (2 for $30)
For tix go to radiotheaternyc.com
Under St. Marks Theater
When a black sneaker company hires a white CEO, their commercials begin to glorify the “ghetto" and sales triple among white teens. But when violence erupts in a black community, the shoe designer blames the ads and promises revenge. Meanwhile, the writer of the ads is paralyzed by white guilt – which only gets worse when his therapist turns out not to be what he expected. Luckily, there’s a new racism pill on the market advertising, "If you don't think you need it, you're probably a racist!" HONKY follows five people, white and black, as they navigate the muddy waters of race, advertising and basketball shoes.
Friday March 8th through Sunday April 7th
Urban Stages 259 W. 30th Street (twn 7th and 8th Ave)
For tickets go to www.urbanstages.org
For a special $20 tickets during previews, use discount code WWRL
Three years ago, Sarah Kennedy thought she was hired as a translator for a corporate military prison in Baghdad, only to discover that she would be acting as an interrogator instead, retrieving information from dangerous prisoners of war - by any means necessary.
Now, Lily Strauss, a disgraced reporter in the waning days of newspaper journalism, must uncover Sarah's story, cutting through webs of corporate lies and government deception until finally faced with the choice between her own journalistic ideals, and the devastating consequences of telling the truth.
On the Head of a Pin, a political thriller in the tradition of Network and A Few Good Men, is an exploration of who watches the watchers, and what happens when they look away.