ABC… L’Italiano Si Impara Cosí (How to Learn Italian in One Hour)
with Laura Caparrotti. A humorous and unapologetic impersonation of Italian, with maps, poetry, music and Italian dialects. Free
Friday, February 21, 7:30pm
Commedia Dell’Arte a ten week theater class. Contact email@example.com for more info. Early bird registration fee $200.
February 22 - April 26, Saturday 11am - 1pm
Julius Caesar, presented by Hudson Warehouse. the Resident Theater Company of the Bernie Wohl Center. $10 suggested donation
March 6-23, Thursday- Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 7pm
Special Reception following the performance on the "Ides of March" Saturday Night March 15th."
Renaissance In the Belly of the Killer Whale, by Harlem KW Project
Saturday, April 12, 7:30pm
Debutante. April 23- May 10, Wednesday-Saturday, 8:00pm
Calling all writers…Open Mics and Poetry Slam!
Open Mics: Wednesday, April 15, 7:00-9:00pm and Thursday, May 15, 7:00-9:00pm;
Poetry Slam: Saturday, May 31, 5:00pm
Ticketing information: www.goddard.org/communityarts
Live theater brings people together at the Center, creates discourse and influences the way we think. Performances by local and international groups are played out on our stage in both English and other languages.
Last season, ID Studio Theater presented three stories, based on the Trilogy for Juan Rulfo about aspects of village life in Mexico in the 1930s. Niuiòrc Niuiòrc, a one-man Italian/English performance gave the audience insight into a foreigner’s experience landing in Manhattan for the first time.
In 2013-2014, the Hudson Warehouse Theater Company will be in residence over three weekends in both the fall and spring, presenting works by Shakespeare.
Think of the Bernie Wohl Center as the venue on the Upper West Side for an international and varied live theater experience.