Gerald W. Lynch Theater

image[4]524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019
Phone: (212) 237-8005

It’s our PRIDE show live in NYC!  It’s been 50 years since those Kweens rioted at Stonewall and high-kicked their way into the mainstream. Come celebrate with us as we tackle the documentary about the riot that started the gay civil rights movement: “Stonewall Uprising.” You not gonna want to miss this, honey.

  Integrating dance, theatrical parody and architectural costume design, Half-Heard shows a satirized version of one woman’s struggle to be heard in the workplace. An all-female identifying — and at times, drag cast — opens a veritable Pandora’s box of the absurdity of gender roles and human behavior. Half-Heard traverses themes of gender stereotypes, commodification,

David Letterman, the longest-serving host in U.S. late night television – the original host of Late Night (NBC) and The Late Show (CBS) – returns for the second season of his Emmy nominated series for Netflix. Each hour-long episode includes a long-form conversation between Letterman and a singular guest – as well as segments with

A cast of creatives will stage a multimedia opera about a Tibetan Buddhist saint who began life as a mass murderer before finding redemption in religion. “Mila, Great Sorcerer” — presented at John Jay College on January 12 and 13 as part of the Prototype Festival — combines the centuries-old story of Milarepa with 14th

Folk hero, singer, and spiritual teacher, Milarepa has been venerated for one thousand years. But as a child, directed by his mother, he wields black magic against the aunt and uncle that stole his inheritance, and destroys his entire village. His remorse sends him on a life journey from mass murder to enlightenment. Set to lush

Folk hero, singer, and spiritual teacher, Milarepa has been venerated for one thousand years. But as a child, directed by his mother, he wields black magic against the aunt and uncle that stole his inheritance, and destroys his entire village. His remorse sends him on a life journey from mass murder to enlightenment. Set to lush

Transitions: Today’s Future for the Arts While we often speak of living in the moment, the reality is most of our work requires years of planning. Be it curation, facility development or anticipating new technological advancements, we need to be highly intuitive if not clairvoyant! How do we create the future today? As we adjust

Philadelphia composer Andrea Clearfield knows to warn her downstairs neighbors when her opera is scheduled to erupt. “I’m writing a destruction scene. Beware!” Or, “I’m singing through the entire opera for the cast.” What’s coming out of her Sydenham Street studio can be a surprise even to her. The commotion-causing opera is Mila, Great Sorcerer: It will

David Letterman, the longest-serving host in U.S late night television – the original host of Late Night (NBC) and The Late Show (CBS) – returns for the second season of his Emmy nominated series for Netflix. Each hour-long episode includes a long-form conversation between Letterman and a singular guest – as well as segments with

The CUNY Dance Initiative and John Jay College, in collaboration with Rocha Dance Theater, present the World Premiere of Half-Heard at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, 524 W. 59th Street, NYC on Friday, February 15, 2019 at 8pm. Tickets are $25 and are available at https://halfheard.brownpapertickets.com/. Integrating dance, theatrical parody and architectural

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