(Previews began Oct. 2, 2018, opened Oct. 23, 2018, closes Nov. 18, 2018)
In Jaclyn Backhaus’ world-premiere comedy drama, generations clash in a Punjabi community in a small Wisconsin town when the strong-willed daughter of a traditional family announces she is moving away to open a bar.
Founded by native Brooklynites, this company specializes in offering both visitors and local residents a unique glimpse into Brooklyn and Manhattan, offering public and private tours on such diverse subjects as food, shopping, gospel and faith, and African-American heritage. Times/locations vary. For public tours, call 800.838.3006. For private tours, call 800.428.2152.
(Jan. 23-26, 2019)
Théâtre de la Ville from Paris, France, performs a potpourri of texts from works by Eugène Ionesco, including “Jack, or The Submission;” “Delirium for Two;” “The Bald Soprano;” “The Lesson” and “Conversation and French Speech Exercises.”
In French, with English titles
Performances at 7:30 pm
A lifelong Harlem resident hosts this nearly six-hour tour, which chronicles the history of jazz music and musicians in this culturally rich neighborhood. After the tour, guests are treated to a soul food meal at one of Harlem’s most famous restaurants. $79 per person. Call for dates and times.
Jeffrey Orlick helps visitors appreciate the immigrant cuisines of today by leading three-hour tours of Queens, including Tastes of the World, the Roosevelt Ave. Midnight Street Food Crawl and the Queens Fiesta Crawl. For more information or reservations, call 516.428.4085.