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Agenda Cultural: 1st April, 2022


By Roger Costa

@Mark Morris Dance Center

The renowned choreographer Miro Magloire brings his company New Chamber Ballet to the stage of Mark Morris Dance Center (3 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn) for a special presentation on Friday and Saturday, April 8 and 9. Inspired by the relationship between dance and singing, and how it transcends into the stage, the company will present the Premiere of “Munu Munu”, a full length ballet to live vocal music from medieval to contemporary. Dancers Amber Neff and Megan Foley, among others, will be joined by Philadelphia-based Variant 6 Vocal Ensemble. At 7:30 pm. Tickets $38. INFO: 

@Miller Theatre

Continuing its “Composer Portraits” series, Miller Theatre (2960 Broadway and 116th Street) will present the composer, saxophonist and creative artist Matana Roberts. Focusing on sonic experimentation through a multi-faceted lens, engaging in socio-political issues, their work is considered visceral and challenging. The program will feature the world premiere of “I call america: Sandy Speaks”, a multimedia work for 12 improvising musicians, based on the life and death of Sandra Bland. Thursday, April 7th at 8pm. Tickets start at $20. INFO:

@Robert Bannon Tour

Singer, Musical Theater Performer and SNL actor, Robert Bannon is bringing his new show to New Jersey and New York, promising to be a night of great laughter, fabulous musical numbers and intimate conversations. “Press Rewind” will feature some of the most exciting songs that shaped his career, drawn from SNL, Rent, and his released albums, including the smash hit “Unfinished Business”, which made the headlines as a Pride anthem. The show channels the singer’s formation from a Jersey kid to the Broadway stages, and from being a teacher to coming out. Thursday, April 14th at 7pm at Village Theatre (475 Demott Lane, Somerset, NJ) and Saturday, April 16th at 7pm at Yotel New York, 570 10th Avenue. INFO:

@Chain Theatre

Sarcasm and urban issues populate the world of two friends in the dark comedy play “GarbageMan” by Emmy nominated writer Keith Huff. Funny and timely, it continues its successful run on the stage of Off-Broadway’s The Chain Theatre (312 West 36 Street 4th Floor). Directed by Greg Cicchino and starring Kirk Gostkowski and Deven Anderson as two buddies who plot a sinister murder after one of them got involved in a horrific accident, the sharp dialogue and irreverence of the situation serve as an excellent vehicle to display the actors’ comic skills. Thru April 16th. Tickets $25. INFO:


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