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CG: Central Park SummerStage Presents Wanda Jackson 7/27
SummerStage is proud to welcome musical royalty to our stage on July 27 when we host the Queen of Rockabilly, WANDA JACKSON. She'll be joined by a leading light of the next generation of rockabilly, Irish vocalist and pop star IMELDA MAY. (read the story...)

Splash Bar Presents Special Edition of 'Curtain Call', 8/1
Splash's Musical Mondays is proud to present a very special edition of "Curtain Call" with funny girl Lesli Margherita. On August 1st, directly following the video clip extravaganza, host Emily McNamara welcomes Lesli as she makes her "Curtain Call" debut. (read the story...)

CG: SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Performs At The Jewish Museum July 21
Tickets are still available for the Thursday, July 21 at 7:30 pm concert by Slavic Soul Party!, mixing Balkan and Gypsy sounds with American jazz and soul. (read the story...)

CG: Epix Presents SHATNERPALOOZA July 21
EPIX, the premium entertainment channel, video-on-demand and online service beams “Shatnerpalooza,” the ultimate multi-platform experience, to viewers this summer. (read the story...)

CG: The Gallery Players Announces MACBETH, 7/21-31
The Gallery Players is proud to present The Tragedy of Macbeth, its third annual production of Shakespeare in the Summer. Macbeth runs from Thursday evening, July 21st, through Sunday afternoon, July 31st. (read the story...)

CG: NEWFEST Announces Lineup Featuring Sundance Screenings July 21-28
NewFest (www.NewFest.org), the New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender film festival is coming to locations across the city, July 21-28. (read the story...)

CG: Marlborough Chelsea Features POWHIDA, 7/27-8/12
The directors of Marlborough Chelsea are pleased to announce POWHIDA, a site-specific project by the eponymous artist opening Wednesday, July 27th. The exhibition will be on view through August 12th. (read the story...)

Nat'l Jazz Museum and the World Wide Workshop Join For Youth Program
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) announces a new partnership with the World Wide Workshop to teach youth jazz and digital literacy through Globaloria, the first-of-its-kind youth network for learning how to make videogames. (read the story...)

NIGHTMARE 2011: 8th Year To Explore Gruesome Origins of FAIRY TALES
NIGHTMARE, New York's most horrifying haunted house and AOL CityGuide's No. 1 rated haunted attraction in New York City is celebrating its 8th Anniversary with a return to its origins on the Lower East Side of Manhattan at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, (107 Suffolk Street between Rivington and Delancey, NYC), September 29 through November 5, 2011. (read the story...)

CG: Baryshnikov Arts Center Features SHERLOCK JR., FRAGMENTS, et al. in Fall Season
The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) is pleased to announce the fall 2011 performance season, which runs September 8 to December 16 and features international artists from the worlds of dance, theater, music, and film performing in BAC's Jerome Robbins Theater and Howard Gilman Performance Space. (read the story...)

Margaret Thatcher Projects Presents Margaret Thatcher Projects Presents William Steiger Manufactory
Margaret Thatcher Projects is offering a Special Edition of William Steiger's new monograph accompanied by a 3-color reduction linocut print. (read the story...)

Japan Society Focuses on Healthcare, Children’s Needs in 2nd Round of Relief Funding
Japan Society announced six organizations working in relief and recovery in Japan to receive $2.1 million in the second round of funding from the Society's Japan Earthquake Relief Fund (JERF). (read the story...)

This Week on Theater Talk: Alan Menken Sings Again, MORMON & More
Theater Talk, the series devoted to the world of the stage, is co-hosted by Michael Riedel, Broadway columnist for the New York Post and series executive producer Susan Haskins. (read the story...)

Installation of Paintings by Russian Artists To Go on View at Brooklyn Museum
An installation of thirteen rarely seen paintings from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum and the collection of Jurii Maniichuk and Rose Brady will go on long-term view in the European painting galleries on September 28, 2011. (read the story...)

Time Again Closes This Week At Sculpture Center
This week is the last time to see SculptureCenter's critically acclaimed exhibition Time Again before it closes on Monday, July 25! We're open Thursday - Monday from 10am - 6pm. (read the story...)

Gotham Comedy Club Hosts Benefit for Animal Welfare Organization 7/26
On Tuesday July 26th at New York's famous Gotham Comedy Club, five comics from shows like Last Comic Standing and The Late Show with David Letterman will perform the stand-up routines, jokes, and one liners that help them get on these world-renowned shows, but on Tuesday night it will be for a special cause. (read the story...)

CG: AVENUE Q's Same-sex Puppets Rod and Ricky to Wed
Rod and Ricky, the same-sex puppets from the Tony Award-winning musical AVENUE Q, are engaged to be married and will tie the knot on Sunday, July 24, 2011 -- the first day same-sex couples can be legally married in the State of New York -- it has been announced by the show's producers. (read the story...)

Fab! Festival Hosts An Open Call
The FAB! Festival is coming so they are looking for new talent, new work and established acts to be a part of a FAB! experience. (read the story...)

Timothy Bloom, K'LA & Wish to Perform At BMI Know Them Now Showcase
Timothy Bloom, K'LA, Wish and Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), the American performing right organization that represents more than 475,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in all genres of music and more than 6.5 million works (read the story...)

Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds Headlines 1st Annual Reggae Rhythm & Blues Festival in NYC
The inaugural Reggae Rhythm & Blues Festival is set to rock the millions of residents and visitors from around the world that will be in the Big Apple for Labor Day weekend. (read the story...)

Art from Around the World To Be Featured at Agora Gallery 9/13- 10/4
Kick off the new season with Agora Gallery's all new exhibitions. Bursting with creativity, the artists in Masters of the Imagination and The Rhythm of Color will present various aspects of our world in ways that will gift the audience with a new appreciation for the wonder that surrounds us. (read the story...)

CG: MoMA Presents 'Grand Openings Return of the Blogs' Exhibition, 7/20-8/1
The Museum of Modern Art has commissioned the New York-based artist collective Grand Openings to compose a multifaceted, live program of performances to take place in The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium and in other locations throughout the Museum from July 20 through August 1, 2011. (read the story...)

CG: ALICE: A NEW MUSICAL Opens Wednesday, July 20
ALICE: A NEW MUSICAL, with book, music and lyrics by Andrew Barbato and Lesley DeSantis, will be presented as part of the 2011 Midtown International Theatre Festival. Performances will be July 20th ­­at 8:00pm, July 23rd at 8:30pm, July 24th at 1:30pm and July 30th at 11:00am, at the June Havoc Theatre (part of the Abingdon Theatre Complex at 312 W 36th St). Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors. (read the story...)

CG: 'Lucio…Less Cuban Than Ever' Comes to the Laurie Beechman, Opens 10/15
Lucio Fernandez, 2008 MAC Award nominee and winner of the ITRA Award, Star Award, and Premio ARTE Award, will be performing his new show "Lucio...Less Cuban Than Ever" opening on October 15, 2011 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in the heart of New York City on 42nd Street. (read the story...)

CG: Nosedive Productions' INFECTIOUS OPPORTUNITY to Play NY Fringe Festival, 8/13-27
Wes Farley, a screenwriter known for having HIV, is enjoying national attention with his latest film. There's only one problem: he's faked his illness for the past 10 years to boost his career, and is beginning to comprehend the drawbacks of his plan. (read the story...)


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