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Live theatre is coming back to New York City.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts have declared their latest program ‘Restart Stages’ open, and we’ve got exclusive free tickets to every show.
Throughout the summer, dozens of events will take place across 10 outdoor stages, with artists and art organizations bringing live performance back to New York City.
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Upcoming events in ‘Restart Stages’ at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Brian Stokes Mitchell
The Tony Award-winning actor headlines a concert series at Lincoln Center this summer, with performances on select dates from August 12 – 14.
You’ve seen their YouTube videos. You’ve heard their music at New York Theatre Workshop. Now see The Bengsons live this summer. Their electro-folk music is both personal and powerful; a true joy to listen to. August 17 – 18.
Grace McLean & Them Apples
After her award-winning performance in In The Green, don’t miss Grace McLean’s concert this summer. She’ll perform her original music all night long, joined by Justin Goldner on bass and Hiroyuki Matsuura on drums. August 19 – 20.
Michael R. Jackson
Michael R. Jackson is best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning play A Strange Loop. For one night only, he’ll be at LCPA to present an evening of stories and songs, making all audience members feel good. August 21 – 22.
Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing
Be one of the first to see Spike Lee’s newest film Do The Right Thing as part of Restart Stages at LCPA. Lee’s new feature film will explore how NYC exists today, as well as the impacts of gentrification. August 10.
Look Who’s Coming to Dinner
Stefanie Batten Bland’s Company reimagines the classic film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner through the medium of dance. Social commentary has never been so expressive. August 3.
Debra Ann Byrd’s one-woman musical play sees Byrd link Othello with her own life. August 4.
Dark Disabled Stories
Fearless performance artist Ryan J. Haddad puts his sexuality and vulnerability on full display in this hilariously transgressive new performance. August 5.
Celebrate global and traditional forms of poetry and music in the 20th anniversary of La Casita. August 8.
New Dragon Gate Inn
Maggie Cheung and Brigitte Lin star in an all-star revival of King Hu’s classic “Dragon Inn,” shadow directed and produced by Tsui Hark. Dragon Inn is one of Hong Kong’s best films of all time, so don’t miss it in New York. August 11.
Jokes and Jazz (Music and Laughs)
There’s jazz. There’s live comedy. There’s laughter. If you enjoy music and comedy, this is the event for you. August 14.
KPOP Disco Fever
Are you a KPOP fan? Know your Blackpink from your BTS? You’ll want to dance the night away at a KPOP concert, led by DJ Gamma. August 15.
Continuum at Jaffe Drive
Some of New York’s most exciting artists come together for spontaneous collaborations and an unplanned musical discovery. August 16 – 20.
Working Notes Jazz Cafe
Join Lincoln Center poet-in-residence Mahogany L. Browne as they host an evening of poetry, jazz and film installations. hosts an evening of poetry and jazz outdoors with a film installation running all day. Don’t miss your chance to see live theatre under the stars. August 21.
Masterz at Work
Marsha P. Johnson changed the American landscape. To commemorate their birthday, hip hop dancers will take to the stage showcasing a variety of styles. August 24.
An Evening of Short Plays
A team of disabled creatives and cast members will star in three short plays crafted by Queens Theatre’s Theater for All. August 25.
100 Years 100 Women
Women were first allowed to vote in the United States 100 years ago. To mark the centennial occasion, 100 self-identifying women and non-binary artists will express their lives through music, dance and spoken word. August 25.
The Steven Kroon Latin Jazz Sextet
From Brooklyn to Restart Stages, Ebony Noelle Golden presents her site-specific installation that incorporates different methods of storytelling as a form of recovery. August 28.
Laughs Under Lincoln Center
After months stuck indoors, we could all do with some laughter. Join NYLaughs for a night of free comedy and entertainment from NYC’s best stand-up comics. August 26 – 28.
BAAND Together Dance Festival at Restart Stages at Lincoln Center
BAAND Together Dance Festival will feature five leading dance companies as they share the spotlight for Restart Stages. BAAND Together Dance Festival is from August 17 – 21.
Program 1 – August 17.
Dance Workshop with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre – August 17.
Program 2 – August 18.
Dance Workshop for Kids with New York City Ballet – August 18.
Program 3 – August 19.
Dance Workshop for Kids with American Ballet Theatre – August 19.
Family Workshop with Ballet Hispanco – August 19.
Program 4 – August 20.
Dance Learning Experience with Dance Theatre of Harlem – August 21.
Upcoming concerts in ‘Restart Stages’ at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The carnival singer will entertain audiences on August 4.
Hear an orchestra performance of Mozart’s first and last symphonies. August 6.
Blending opera and soul music, Zeshan B presents a vocal political protest, joined by his five piece band. August 11.
Blending jazz sounds with Japanese traditions will make for an exciting concert, as Mark de Clive-Lowe is set to wow audiences at LCPA. August 12.
Erol Josué: Pèlerinaj
Ever wondered what Haitian culture and music sounds like? Now’s your chance, as Vodou priest Erol Josué leads an authentic concert. August 13.
Listen to Iranian-Israeli singer Liraz Charhi sing in Farsi, as she combines pop sounds with political lyrics for a one-off act. August 24.
The four-time Latin Grammy Award-winning artist is undisputably the Queen of Merengue. Listen to her music and dance all night at Damrosch Park. August 26.
Son Rompe Pera
Mexico City family band Son Rompe Pera play a unique blend of musical styles. There’s marimba, there’s punk, there’s reggae. August 27.
Jazz at Lincoln Center
Branford Marsalis – August 5.
Photo credit: Restart Stages (Photo by Stephanie Berger)