The 14th Street Y is open on Monday, January 21.


 

The follow programs and classes are canceled for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, or otherwise noted:

Arts + Culture

A Conversation with Glory Kadigan on her play Till We Meet Again

| TUE, JAN 08, 2019

Directed by Tony Award-winning, Tonya Pinkins and written by Glory Kadigan— Till We Meet Again explores the impacts of World War 2 on an 80s family. We sat down with…

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Ronit Muszkatblit’s Artist Statement on Waiting For Godot

| TUE, DEC 18, 2018

Waiting for Godot is always timely, the existential queries that all the characters ask in this play echo our lives in the most microcosmic aspects and also on a global…

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David Stalling’s Artist Statement on The Baby Monitor

| WED, NOV 28, 2018

I wrote this play out of fear. Several years ago now, my husband told me there was a special on CNN about a single gay parent whose two daughters were…

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The Not-So-Spooky Ghost: Kid Reviewed, Henry Approved

| MON, OCT 22, 2018

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to see a preview of the two upcoming WonderSpark Puppets children’s shows happening in the Theater at the 14th Street Y. The preview,…

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National Coming Out Day: An Act of Heroism

| THU, OCT 11, 2018

In late November through mid-December, The Fantastical Dangerous Journey of Q—a Theater for Young Audiences Production—will run in repertory with The Baby Monitor, a play intended for Adult Audiences. Both…

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Appreciating One’s History of Oppression

| TUE, SEP 25, 2018

Playwright and Director, Michael Boyd, took some time from his final week of rehearsal to answer some questions from Associate Artistic Director, David Stallings, about his upcoming production SOLDIERS AND…

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Musings on Toxic Masculinity and More with Mark Jason Williams

| TUE, AUG 21, 2018

A New York playwright and essayist who writes for The Washington Post, Salon, Out Magazine and more, Mark Jason Williams brings The Other Day to audiences at the Theater at…

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Celebrating National Coloring Book Day

| THU, AUG 02, 2018

Dream in colors never seen before. Be creative. -Anonymous It’s National Coloring Book Day, and as an organization that place artists as the heart of our community we’re excited to…

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BBTF: Teaching Playwrights By Example

| MON, JUL 30, 2018

Roger Gonzalez of LocalTheatreNY speaks with Lenore Skomal, Broadway Bound Theatre Festival Director, about what’s new in 2018, her advice to producers just starting out, and the future of BBTF.…

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PRIDE In Where I Am and What I Do

| THU, JUN 28, 2018

I first came to the 14th Street Y in 2011 to see a play in the Fringe Festival that a friend of mine was involved with. I walked through a…

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