Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center

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  • Address:

    Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center 107 Suffolk St
    Lower East Side
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between Delancey and Rivington Sts

  • Venue phone:

    212-260-4080

  • Venue website:

    csvcenter.org

  • Transport:

    Subway: F to Delancey St; J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts

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    1. Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center
      • 107 Suffolk St
        Lower East Side
        New York
      • 212-260-4080
      • csvcenter.org
      • 40.719083,-73.986171

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Depression: The Musical

Musicals

  • Rating: 4/5
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No one can accuse Marianne Pillsbury of not being self-aware. At the beginning of Depression: The Musical, which she wrote and stars in, she admits, “Writing about depression is, well, depressing.” Watching this musical about it, however, is not; Pillsbury...

Depression: The Musical

Fatty Fatty No Friends

Drama, Musicals

  • Rating: 4/5
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In the opening moments of Fatty Fatty No Friends, we hear a band that evokes Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. The music (by Christian De Gré) has a creepy-carnival vibe, and the imagery is pure Halloween: stilt-walking skeletons and an army...

Fatty Fatty No Friends

Hot Steams

Drama, Comedy

  • Rating: 4/5
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The wordy yet fast-paced Hot Steams begins with a pantsless man in a Santa suit (Braeson Herold) passed out on the floor of a jail cell, in a pool of his own vomit. When he wakes, with no memory of his identity or the actions that landed him there, he...

Hot Steams

Murder, Margaret and Me

Revival, Drama

  • Rating: 4/5
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A cozy little space, a mysterious woman, a foggy suggestion of death in the air—this is a case for Miss Marple! Luckily, she's here, perspicacious as ever behind her knitting needles and twinkly, harmless-spinster demeanor. (“That glint in her eye? Solid...

Murder, Margaret and Me

Riffs on Race, Love, and War: The Musical

Drama, Musicals

  • Rating: 3/5
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Memories live on through generations of black Americans, captured in song, dance and poetry. Playwright Karen D. Taylor illustrates many pivotal moments in history, from slavery and sharecropping to the assassination of Malcolm X and September 11. She...

Riffs on Race, Love, and War: The Musical

The Truing

Drama, Comedy

  • Rating: 3/5
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Joe Norton’s sweet-natured play is partially narrated by Gil (Stephen Hope), a middle-aged gay man living with HIV, who is doing water duty with his best friend, Skip (Kathryn Gerhardt), at a bike ride benefiting AIDS research. After going off course,...

The Truing

We're Very Proud and We Love You So Much

Comedy

  • Rating: 2/5
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The members of His Majesty, the Baby—Ivy collegians Shon Arieh-Lerer, Nathan Campbell, John Griswold, Andrew Kahn and Max Ritvo—hold strong views on the nature of comedy. What they miss, inexplicably, is that it should be funny. With the exception of...

We're Very Proud and We Love You So Much

Whiskey Jack

Drama, Comedy

  • Rating: 3/5
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In the energetic opening scene of Daniel Carroll’s Whiskey Jack, a crew from the Manhattan Logging Corporation prepares for a trip to the Canadian wilderness during a rousing rendition of "Pay Me My Money Down" (the first of many fine uses of folk music...

Whiskey Jack

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