Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement

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Lower East Side

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  • Address:

    Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement 466 Grand St
    Lower East Side
    New York
    10002

  • Cross Street:

    at Pitt St

  • Venue phone:

    212-598-0400

  • Venue website:

    henrystreet.org

  • Opening hours:

    Tue–Fri 10am–10pm, Sat 9am–10pm, Sun 11am–6pm

  • Transport:

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

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    1. Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement
      • 466 Grand St
        Lower East Side
        New York
        10002
      • 212-598-0400
      • henrystreet.org
      • 40.71513,-73.983664

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Christmas with the Crawfords

Gay & lesbian, Revival, Comedy, Musicals

  • $$$

Demimonde demigod Joey Arias revives his nicely naughty adventure in yuletide camp, inspired by a real 1949 radio broadcast from the palatial home of Hollywood star and imperfect mom Joan Crawford. Sherry Vine, Chris March and Connie Champagne costar...

Findlay // Sandsmark

Contemporary & experimental

  • $$
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The Norwegian-American duo, comprising multidisciplinary artist Iver Findlay and choreographer Marit Sandsmark, presents its latest multimedia dance-theater work Biograph, Last Year Was Pretty/Sh*tty, which looks at nostalgia and contemporary technol...

Here's Hoover! The Historic Herbert Hoover 2014 Comeback Special

Comedy, Musicals

  • $$

Director Alex Timbers (Here Lies Love) and composer Michael Friedman (The Fortress of Solitude) take a break from their skyrocketing careers to revive the larkish company Les Freres Corbusier, with Sean Cunningham's tongue-in-cheek tribute to Depression-era...

  1. Fri Dec 5 – Sun Dec 21
  2. Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement
  3. $15–$18
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Radio Ballet

Contemporary & experimental

  • $$

The company, comprising Hungarian dance artists Bea Egyed and Milán Újvári, makes its U.S. debut in The Nature of Love.

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