New York Yankees

The Bronx Bombers take on the competition in the 2018 home-game season. 

April 2, 4: Tampa Bay Rays

April 5-8: Baltimore Orioles

April 16-17: Miami Marlins

April 19-22: Toronto Blue Jays

April 23-26: Minnesota Twins

May 4-6: Cleveland Indians

May 8-10: Boston Red Sox

May 25-27: Los Angeles Angels

May 28-30: Houston Astros

Nuyorican Poets Cafe

Providing a stage for writers, hip-hop and Latin Jazz musicians, minority artists and a diverse range of talents, the Nuyorican Poets Cafe is an award-winning venue with a calendar chock-full of concerts, open mics, poetry slams and other events. 

NYC Off-Broadway Week

(Sept. 24-Oct. 7, 2018)

During this fall promotion, theatergoers can purchase two-for-one tickets to dozens of Off-Broadway plays and musicals. Tickets go on sale Sept. 10, 2018. Visit the website for a list of participating shows and to buy tickets.


(Previews begin Sept. 27, 2018, opens Oct. 7, 2018, closes Nov. 11, 2018)

Seventy-five years ago, Rodgers & Hammertsein’s “Oklahoma!” opened on Broadway and revolutionized American musical theater. This new production is a radical rethinking of the classic, visually pared down and with an emphasis on the dark forces and anxieties that lie beneath its sunny optimism. A seven-piece band plays new arrangments of R&H standards, such as “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “People Will Say” and the title song.

On Beckett

(Previews begin Sept. 26, 2018, opens Oct. 3, 2018, closes Nov. 4, 2018)

(1 hr 30 mins)

Conceived and performed by master clown and Tony Award-winning actor Bill Irwin, the new play is an intimate exploration of Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett. Drawing fron “Waiting for Godot,” “Endgame,” “Texts for Nothing” and other works, Irwin showcases the Irish writer’s matchless language, humor and humanity. Appearing with Irwin in the New York premiere is Finn O’Sullivan, an eighth-grade student at Saint David’s School in Manhattan and a prolific actor.

Once on This Island

(Previews began Nov. 9, 2017, opened Dec. 3, 2017)

(1 hr 30 mins, no intermission)

Art comes close to mirroring real life in this revival of the 1990 musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, set on an idyllic Caribbean island devastated by a great storm. A peasant girl from one side of the island falls in love with a wealthy boy from the other side of the island. Will true love win out over cultural differences? 

Schedule: M 8 pm, Tu 7 pm, W 2 pm, F 8 pm, Sa 2 & 8 pm, Su 3 & 7:30 pm

Tickets: $69.50-$159.50

Paradiso: Chapter One

(1 hr)

Inspired by Dante’s “The Divine Comedy,” in which a man journeys through the Nine Circles of Hell, this interactive theatrical experience takes the escape-room genre to the next level. Ten audience members have 60 minutes in which to navigate their way through a futuristic nightmare, guided and, in many instances, hindered by a company of actors. Special effects add to the emotional and psychological experience.

Perfect Crime

(1 hr 55 mins)

A cast of characters—a money-hungry psychiatrist and suspected killer, her wealthy husband, a deranged patient and a handsome detective—end up intertwined in this mystery whodunit full of laughs and thrills. On April 18, 2018, the show reaches its milestone 31st anniversary while continuing to be the longest-running play in New York City theater history.

Schedule: M, Tu, F & Sa 8 pm, W & Sa 2 pm, Su 3 & 7:30 pm

Tickets: $60


A former piano store turned chic rock club, this venue draws a hip crowd for live indie rock in a bi-level space. Times/prices vary.

PlayStation Theater

The 2,150-seat, 45,000-square-foot concert space, formerly known as the Best Buy Theater, has welcomed popular performers in all genres in its 10-year history (from Bon Jovi to Rihanna to Prince to Tom Jones) and hosts live music events frequently.


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