The Play Company
presents the U.S. English Language Premiere of

Written and directed by Guillermo Calderón

March 1 – April 1
Mon- Sat @ 7:30 PM

The Wild Project
195 East 3rd St. New York, NY 10009

Tickets only $20.00 (reg. $35) through March 15
Discount code: SKINT20
(Student Tickets: $15 advance/$10 Rush w/ID)

This is a story about reclaiming your country. In this slyly surprising and gripping play, Guillermo Calderón puts us in the room with three women charged with deciding the future of the Villa Grimaldi, an infamous detention camp of Chile’s Pinochet government.
Calderón is a leading playwright/director from Chile whose works have been performed in over 20 countries. His bracing plays lace playful humor, and flashes of startling stagecraft, into narratives of the dictatorship’s effects on his country and its people.

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This Friday in Sunset Park, Captains Of Industry, a night of free comedy at Industry City Distillery!

Pals Lukas Kaiser (Chappelle’s Show, HP5000) and Rojo Perez (CSL) put together a great show in a spectacular venue.

The show is absolutely FREE admission, and the first 50 people to email RSVP get coupons for half-priced drinks. Email BRITPACKRENTALS@GMAIL.COM with the subject CAPTAINS FEB to RSVP.

Dan Licata – Adult Swim
Shalewa Sharpe – Keith and The Girl
Gina Ginsberg – IFC
+ more surprises in store!

Guest hosted by Mike Brown

Captains of Industry Comedy Show
Industry City Distillery
33 35th St 6a, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Friday, 2/24
8:30pm doors, 9pm show
More info here

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around town today

various times: 8 places to celebrate national margarita day on the cheap. >>

4pm-2am: gowanus bar halyards celebrates its sixth anniversary by offering $2 carlsberg lager pints from 4-7pm (and just $3 after), plus $6 moscow mules all night. >>

5:30pm doors, 7pm show (wednesdays thru 3/15): pictures under the palms: watch movies while lounging under the palm trees at brookfield place’s winter garden atrium (fidi). tonight: guardians of the galaxy. bonus: free popcorn. free admission. >>

6pm: learn how you can get ahead without being aggressive at a career management for introverts discussion led by career coach win sheffield. nypl sibl (midtown east), free. >>

6pm: gaycation executive producer and co-host ian daniel discusses viceland’s emmy-nominated show at the new school (union square). free. >>

6:30pm:  josh katz, creator of the new york times’s interactive dialect quiz and author of speaking american: how y’all, youse, and you guys talk: a visual guide, gives a tawk at nypl mid-manhattan. free. >>

6:30pm: welcome to fear city: will hermes (rolling stone, love goes to buildings on fire: five years in new york that changed music forever) introduces four rarely-screened short films of nyc in the 70s and 80s that explore the 42nd street sex industry, gentrifying hamilton heights, and the punk and break dancing scenes. museum of the city of new york (east harlem). $15 general, $12 students/seniors admission includes access to exhibits and sixpoint brewery beer. >>

7pm: pretend you’re sorta still in grade school at the educated guess science fair, where dozens of comedians present questionable science projects for your infotainment. littlefield (gowanus), $5 adv, $8 dos. >>

7-11pm: ‘$uperdollar’: con artist collective + gallery (les) hosts a group show of artist-altered currency. opening reception tonight. free. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: (monthly): hear personal stories the tellers never thought they’d dare to share in public at the risk! live podcast show. tonight’s theme, ‘tradition,’ features speakers kendra cunningham, maritess zurbano, doug smith, and rebecca vigil. hosted by kevin allison. the bell house (gowanus), $15. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: roast battle meets debate club for britney vs christina: a battle of the divas, where comedians and pop culture experts square off via debates, screaming matches, and drag performances. hosted by christi chiello and matteo lane. union hall (park slope), $8 adv, $10 dos. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): at the comedienne project show, comics are challenged to perform sets that are free of material referencing oft-discussed topics like sex, dating or relationships. hosted by katie hannigan (collegehumor) and corinne fisher (guys we f*cked). the standing room (lic), $5 adv with promo code ‘sex’ (reg. $10). >>

8pm (monthly): the political tale: storytelling with politics show puts the focus on personal encounters with talks by frank conniff (mst3k), barry weintraub (fox news radio), and jenice matias. hosted by jeff kreisler (msnbc) and harmon leon (vice). sidewalk cafe (east village), $5 admission + one drink or food item minimum. >>

8pm (monthly): adam wade, halle kiefer, andrew collin, and greg johnson share stories about anger at this month’s edition of the nights of our lives storytelling show. hosted by david martin. ucb (chelsea), $7. >>

8pm: the new scout’s honor comedy show sets up camp at heavy woods (bushwick) with stand up by sean patton, sonia denis, giulia rozzi, yedoye travis, ester steinberg, and mike abrusci. hosted by melissa stokoski. free. >>

8pm (weekly): the let’s see, what else? comedy show features janelle james (comedy central), matt wayne (adam devine’s house party), sam evans, amy shanker (laughs), and bardia salimi. hosted by courtney maginnis and tom delgado. poco restaurant and bar (alphabet city), free. >>

8:30pm doors, 9pm show: (monthly): the pairs n’ pears show presents two pairs of alt artists, each working in a different medium, while pears are eaten. this month’s show features comedy by david spector + mitchell harrison, poetry by cj edmond + samantha louise wischnia, and burlesque by leona beretta + miss sugar mamasota. hosted by squidssidy (cassidy dawn graves + stephanie guedalia). tarot society gallery + reading room (bushwick), $5 suggested donation benefits cair-new york and trans assistance project. >>

8:30pm doors, 9pm show (weekly): the comedians you should know show brings stand-up performances to the gutter bar in williamsburg. tonight: phoebe robinson (2 dope queens), jared freid (mtv), ryan reiss (seth meyers), mike lebovitz (last comic standing), and damien lemon. guest hosted by david drake. $5. >>

9pm (monthly): the soft spot stand-up comedy show, hosted by claudia cogan (last comic standing) and brendan mclaughlin (best week ever), features performances by myq kaplan (comedy central), adam lowitt (the daily show), julia johns (girl code), and rae sanni. threes brewing (gowanus), $5. >>

10pm (thru 2/26): the seventh annual american human beatbox festival brings beat-rhyme battles, vocal wars, and an open mic to various locations. $15 for one adv, $20 for two adv, $20 door. >>

check our website for ongoing events. >>

our next event!

the skint presents:
Sunday, February 26
7pm Red Carpet Pre-Show, 8:30pm Awards Show
622 Degraw Street (between 3rd and 4th Avenues), Brooklyn (directions)
2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, or Q to Atlantic Ave – Barclays Center
R to Union Street
F or G train to Carroll Street

FREE admission: RSVP here to get a free glass of champagne!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1858953207714867/
RSVP does not guarantee entry. This event is mixed seated/standing. Arrive early to secure a spot. Doors open at 6:45pm.

coming up

2/23 9am-ish (+ 2/28): the old traditional polish cuisine food truck brings pączki pastries to midtown for fat thursday. $3 a pop. >>

2/23 6-11pm: show you’re indie, a group art show of nyc music photographers, opens with proceeds of prints benefitting charities like the aclu, planned parenthood, and vh1’s save the music foundation. ken allen studios (williamsburg), free. >>

2/23 6pm doors, 6:30pm event: pulling you towards deliciousness, nyu professor and museum of food and drink lab co-founder jack tchen and jason wang of xi’an famous foods dig into the origins of the hand pulled noodles of xi’an and the significance of the desert landscape to local cuisine. museum of food and drink lab (williamsburg), $10 general, $5 students. >>

2/23 6:30pm: playwright, author and lgbtq rights advocate larry kramer speaks with new york times op-ed columnist and fire shut up in my bones author charles blow about what today’s activists can learn from their precursors. cuny graduate center (midtown east), free (rsvp required). >>

2/23 6:30pm: hidden bernstein: two leonard bernstein scholars present their research on the composer’s personal life, and lea delaria (orange is the new black) performs some of his songs. part of the ‘gay gotham: art and underground culture’ series. the museum of the city of new york (east harlem). $20 general, $15 students/seniors. >>

2/23 6:30pm: music writer steven blush gives an illustrated lecture on his newest book, new york rock: from the rise of the velvet underground to the fall of cbgb. nypl mid-manhattan, free. >>

2/23 6:30pm doors: stolen jars and humeysha play mercury lounge (les). $10. >>

2/23 7pm: the feminist city: urban salon, a forum for topics in urbanism, returns with a panel discussion on what it means to be a woman in the city. bonus: free beer from braven and sixpoint breweries. bearcat cafe (east williamsburg), free (donations will benefit naral pro-choice america). >>

2/23 7pm: catch a preview of the making gay history podcast’s second season with creator and host eric marcus along with producers at the new school (union square). free (rsvp). >>

2/23 7pm (monthly): philosophers based in and around brooklyn discuss their work at the brooklyn public philosophers speaker series. at tonight’s talk, dr. ben abelson expolores what science fiction can teach us about what it means to be a person. brooklyn public library’s dweck center (prospect heights), free. >>

2/23 7pm: wnyc’s naked american songbook series does a live taping with magnetic fields’s stephin merritt. nypl for the performing arts (uws), free. >>

2/23 7pm (monthly): storytellers share true, bizarre tales about their lives at leslie goshko’s ‘sideshow goshko.’ tonight’s guests include andy christie (moth radio hour), cyndi freeman (colbert), and brad lawrence (moth grandslam champion). bonus: a free bottle of ‘sideshow sauce’ (wine) will go to the winner of a trivia challenge. kgb bar (east village), free. >>

2/23 7pm: bobby hankinson’s kweendom lgbtq comedy and storytelling show comes out with performances by jamie brickhouse (the moth), mindy raf (girl code), and tarik daniels. the lounge at dixon place (les), free (donations welcome to benefit the audre lorde project). >>

2/23 7-10pm: greenpoint’s dusty rose hosts we are the resistance, a pop-up of one-of-a-kind work from 20+ local artists, with a portion of proceeds going to a charity of the artists’ choice. >>

2/23 7pm doors, 8pm show: it’s no mystery that the clothes will be coming off at metropolis burlesque’s tribute to mystery science theater 3000. the slipper room (les), $12 adv, $15 door. >>

2/23 7:30pm: chamber music ensemble catalyst quartet performs works by bach at lincoln center’s david rubenstein atrium (uws). free. >>

2/23 7:30pm door, 8pm show: a drinking game nyc presents a live staged reading of 10 things i hate about you with cues for audience booze-sipping. littlefield (gowanus), $10. >>

2/23 8pm: prove you’re too cool for the oscars before they even happen at an alt-oscars comedy awards show, where alternative facts reign supreme. hosted by kellyanne conway (tessa skara). video revival (crown heights), $5 adv, $6 door. >>

2/23 8pm (monthly): challenge your attention span at the ’like me!’ smartphone interactive comedy show, where comedians vie for your attention using tweets, games, polls and more. hosted by shelby taylor and melissa stokoski. the creek + the cave (long island city), free. >>

2/23 8pm (monthly): find out what embarrassing stuff makes comedians the way they are at the what’s your damage? show, with growing up tales from bowen yang (broad city), brett davis (the special without brett davis), sonia denis (comedy central’s ‘comics to watch’), and anthony p. devito (adam devine’s house party). hosted by sachi ezura and halle kiefer. the grand bar and grill (williamsburg), free. >>

2/23 8pm doors: g herbo, donmonique, and kemba play a red bull sound select show at brooklyn bazaar (greenpoint). $3 with rsvp, $10 without. >>

2/23-25: pratt institute (fort greene) hosts a blacklivesmatter teach-in, featuring three days of talks and workshops. free (rsvp). >>

2/23-26: a treasure trove of new and gently used books, cds, dvds, and records will be sold for just $1-$2 each at park slope united methodist church’s 24th annual book sale. $25 admission preview sale 2/23, $5 admission 2/24, free admission 2/25-26. >>

2/23-3/4: with almost half of the selected films created by women or people of color, the winter film awards 6th annual 48-hour film challenge indie film festival strives to tell everyone’s story. cinema village (east village), $5-10. >>

2/23-3/6: tokyo-based gallery and art project pepper project presents the 11th annual young japanese artist book fair, featuring works from dozens of japanese book artists. printed matter (chelsea) and kinokuniya books (bryant park), free. >>

ticket deals

today only: take $8.62 off your amazon order of $50 or more with promo code ‘bigthanks’ >>

get free tickets to artexpo new york at pier 94 4/22-24 (plus ticket fees, reg. $20). >>

get tickets to the architectural digest design show at pier 94 3/17-19, plus a one-year digital magazine subscription, for $15 (plus ticket fees, reg. $30). >>

get free tickets to the annual art on paper art fair at pier 36 3/3-5 (plus ticket fees, reg. $25). >>

get tickets to the joffrey ballet’s modern take on romeo + juliet at lincoln center 3/29-4/2 for $25+ (plus ticket fees, reg. $50+). >>

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