Time Out says
Posted: Wed Sep 19 2012
This chic, state-of-the-art venue, which comprises an Off Broadway space and two smaller theaters, is home to the Primary Stages company. It’s also home to other worthy programming, such as the annual Brits Off Broadway festival, which imports some of the U.K.’s best work for brief summer runs. The venue boasts three separate playing spaces. Theater A, on the ground floor, seats 196 people; upstairs are the 98-seat Theater B and a 70-seat black-box space, Theater C.
59E59 Theaters 59 E 59th St
What's on at 59E59 Theaters
Evan Pappas stars in a show that celebrates the legacy of the seminal Manhattan jazz club Cafe Society. Simon Green directs the American premiere of a piece by pianist Alex Webb (who also leads the eight-piece band).
- Critics' pick
British singer Dimbleby celebrates the too-little-known oeuvre of the late singer-songwriter Dory Previn, who channeled her anger at being abandoned for Mia Farrow into a series of gimlet-eyed albums in the 1970s.
Musicals, Comedy, Drama
A French singer and a Manhattan musician connect on a rainy New York night in a new play by Alain Boublil (Les Misérables, Miss Saigon), starring Maria Zamora and featuring snatches of music from the Great American and Great French Songbooks. Graciela...