The Erlkings

Winner of the 2014 NYMF Developmental Reading Series Award, this Latin-infused American musical is inspired by the true story of a Princeton undergrad who was an undocumented child immigrant from the Dominican Republic. When Manuel gets a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford, he's faced with the realization that he can't leave the USA. He takes on The Statue of Liberty in the fight of a lifetime: the high-stakes boxing match that is immigration today. Is Manuel worthy? No one is spared in this political comedy that pulls no punches about immigration reform and the American Dream.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tuesday July 21st at 8PM, Wednesday July 22nd at 5PM, Saturday July 25th at 5PM, Sunday July 26th at 8PM and Monday July 27th at 12PM

The Erlkings

MOSES MAN powerfully portrays the indomitable spirit of survival as it recounts the true saga of a Holocaust survivor, chronicling his perilous nine-year journey throughout Europe, Cyprus, Palestine, and Africa before finally finding freedom and home in America. MOSES MAN, based on the historically significant implications of the displacement of those facing persecution during the Holocaust, also reflects the contemporary dilemmas faced by each of us, aiming to instigate consideration, conversation, and education.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Wednesday July 8th at 8PM, Friday July 10th at 5PM, Saturday July 11th at 9PM, Sunday July 12th at 12PM and Monday July 13th at 9PM

Blood. Sex. Power. Game on

There are icons, and those who help make them. Talleyrand is a master politician operating in the shadows. He thinks he can manage the man he's grooming for greatness. But there's one thing Talleyrand can't control - Napoleon's obsession with Josephine. In the battle to come, two of the three will be known forever. One will emerge as the devil incarnate.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Wednesday July 15th at 8PM, Saturday July 18th at 5PM, Sunday July 19th at 8PM, Monday July 20th at 12PM and Wednesday July 22nd at 9PM

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All shows are playing at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street (between 9th and 10th Avenues)

Every Day Low Price for each show:

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For for Moses Man Click Here For Napoleon Click Here

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Student Discount:
$10 student tickets are also available at the door 5 minutes prior to performance,
with valid student ID and subject to availability.

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