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.

Live taping for invited audience only. Doors close at 7:15 pm SHARP! Brian Greene and an ensemble cast perform this new theatrical work tracing Albert Einstein’s electrifying journey toward one of the most beautiful ideas ever conceived – the General Theory of Relativity. With state-of-the-art animation and innovative projection techniques, Light Falls illuminates Einstein’s breakthrough moments,

Live taping for invited audience only. Doors close at 7:15 pm SHARP! Brian Greene and an ensemble cast perform this new theatrical work tracing Albert Einstein’s electrifying journey toward one of the most beautiful ideas ever conceived – the General Theory of Relativity. With state-of-the-art animation and innovative projection techniques, Light Falls illuminates Einstein’s breakthrough moments,

  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

Rappers Jay-Z and Meek Mill got behind the mic Wednesday for a new collaboration — criminal justice reform. The hip hop stars joined a cross section of sports, entertainment and business industry leaders who collectively pledged $50 million with an aim to get at least 1 million people out of jail over the next five

Patriots owner Robert Kraft, 76ers owner Michael Rubin were among those who pledged $50 million to The Reform Alliance in Manhattan on Wednesday Michael Rubin, a co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers, used to have a recurring argument with the rapper and hardcore 76ers fan Meek Mill. “Meek would say, ‘Michael, there are two Americas,’” Rubin recalled

NEW YORK – Sports and entertainment figures including New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Philadelphia 76ers owner Michael Rubin, recording artist and entrepreneur Jay-Z, and recording artist Meek Mill announced the foundation of a criminal justice reform organization called REFORM Alliance. The organization was conceived after Rubin arranged a meeting between Kraft and Meek Mill

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Watch JAY-Z & MEEK MILL LAUNCH REFORM ALLIANCE … To ‘Fight Different’ & Fix Criminal Justice System

“Reform should be the way we speak for all, no matter the color, no matter where you come from, or who you are,” Meek Mill told NBC’s Lester Holt. Sports, entertainment and business leaders announced the launch of an organization aimed at reforming the United States’ criminal justice system. Meek Mill and Jay-Z are among

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