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'Checks and Balances, or Bottoms Up!'

05-08-2017 12:00:00 17-09-2017 12:00:00 America/New_York 'Checks and Balances, or Bottoms Up!' | Saturday-Sunday, 2pm Every year the Theater for the New City presents a new show, suitable for all ages, that they then tour around parks and playgrounds during the summer. This year's show is a topical piece about community activism. Mixing satire with slapstick, with a score that ranges from Bossa Nova, Hip Hop and Gilbert and Sullivan.  A teacher, subway conductor and neighborhood school girl lead community activists in the fight against the monster of apple pie fascism and threats of planetary death from the pumpkin head of state. August 12 - 2pm - Tompkins Square Park. August 13 - 2pm - Central Park Bandshell August 20 - 2pm - Jackie Robinson Park http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=239835 Theater for the New City, Tompkins Square Park, Central Park, and Jackie Robinson Park Theater for the New City, Tompkins Square Park, Central Park, and Jackie Robinson Park
'Checks and Balances, or Bottoms Up!' at Theater for the New City, Tompkins Square Park, Central Park, and Jackie Robinson Park

August 05, 2017 through September 17, 2017
Saturday-Sunday, 2pm
Theater for the New City, Tompkins Square Park, Central Park, and Jackie Robinson Park
Lower East Side, East Village, Central Park, and Harlem
All Ages
Free
Description: Every year the Theater for the New City presents a new show, suitable for all ages, that they then tour around parks and playgrounds during the summer. This year's show is a topical piece about community activism. Mixing satire with slapstick, with a score that ranges from Bossa Nova, Hip Hop and Gilbert and Sullivan. 

A teacher, subway conductor and neighborhood school girl lead community activists in the fight against the monster of apple pie fascism and threats of planetary death from the pumpkin head of state.

August 12 - 2pm - Tompkins Square Park.

August 13 - 2pm - Central Park Bandshell

August 20 - 2pm - Jackie Robinson Park

Address: 155 First Ave.
Lower East Side, East Village, Central Park, and Harlem, NY
Phone: 212-254-1109
Website: theaterforthenewcity.net

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