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After a sold-out smash hit tour of the US and Canada, 50 SHADES! THE MUSICAL - The Original Parody, is coming to the heart of Broadway. Based on the novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, by E.L. James, this sexy, hilarious romp has garnered standing ovations and critical raves across the land. Boasting a completely original score, huge laughs and standout performances, 50 SHADES! THE MUSICAL is the wildest, funniest evening of comedy for both women and men, with plenty of BDSM (Best Damn Songs and Music). “EXUBERANT and VERY ENTERTAINING. 50 SHADES! delivers the goods.” -NY Times “Filthy and Funny. A win – win!” -Daily News “Inspired! Get off on this musical parody.” -Time Out NY "It's so funny it hurts" -Gay.net "Hilarious!" -Cosmopolitan Click Here for Special Sneak Preview!
TOP CRITICS' PICK! NY Times, Time Out NY, NY Magazine, Entertainment Weekly "The Funniest Show of the Year!" -NY Observer "A TRIUMPH!" -Ben Brantley, NY Times “HILARIOUS! This show will go down like butta!” -Entertainment Weekly "A Fantasy So Delightful You Wish It Were True!" -The New Yorker FOUR STARS -Time Out NY & -NY Daily News “GO SEE IT! Amazing and Fantastic.” -The Advocate
Join us for a great evening to support Kings County Tennis League's mission of Bringing Tennis to the Kids in NYC Public Housing. Enjoy an open bar, finger foods, raffle, and live jazz from the Austin Walker Trio. Join KCTL board members, donors, volunteers, friends and supporters for an evening of revelry. (And of course, we'll have the U.S. Open on!)
MADISON SQUARE PARK CONSERVANCY & NEUEHOUSE TO HOST MAD. SQ. READS 2014 LITERARY SERIES - SEPTEMBER 4: VALERIA LUISELLIPresented by Madison Square Park Conservancy
Thursday, September 4 Valeria Luiselli | Novelist Valeria Luiselli was born in Mexico City and grew up in South Africa. Luiselli’s diverse background has allowed her artistic journey to stretch from a ballet libretto for the choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, performed by the New York City Ballet in Lincoln Center in 2010; a pedestrian sound installation for the Serpentine Gallery in London; and a novella in installments for workers in a juice factory in Mexico. Publishers Weekly called her recent novel, Faces in the Crowd, a "haunting debut novel. . . Luiselli plays with the idea of time and identity with grace and intuition." Her book Sidewalks, a collection of essays, was also released this year.