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We Live By Revelation: the struggle of Art & Faith

Sheen Center 18 Bleecker st., New York, NY

We Live by Revelation addresses the space that artists must enter to when searching for honesty within their work, maintaining transparency as creators, and the sacred parts of life permeated by their faith. The show strives to highlight the relationship between honesty in art, and taboos or biases that are associated with an artist’s faith. […]

$20

Samuel Rocha on Education, Jazz and the Human Person

Black Box Theatre, Sheen Center 18 Bleeker St., New York, NY

Samuel Rocha will discuss how our understanding of education can adequately respond to the mysterious phenomenon of the human person. He will show how our experience of education, like jazz, […]

The True, the Good, and the Beautiful: George Drance, S.J. on Calderon’s Two Dreams

Black Box Theatre, Sheen Center 18 Bleeker St., New York, NY

George Drance, SJ and Michael Zampelli, SJ present a look into the spiritual journey of one of Spain's greatest theatre artists alongside the critically acclaimed Magis Theatre company as they prepare to present their new production Calderon's Two Dreams in February 2017. Admission is free, RSVP required. http://sheencenter.org/shows/the-true-the-good-and-the-beautiful-george-drance-on-a-new-la-mama-play/

A Sheen Center Christmas: Screening ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’

Sheen Center Loreto Theater 18 Bleecker St., New York, NY

The Christmas season isn't complete without screening Frank Capra's beloved holiday classic starring Jimmy Stewart as everyman, George Bailey, who learns an important lesson about the value of life, on Christmas Eve.  Tickets $10 for adults, $5 for children. Click here for tickets

$5 – $10

DIANE MONROE “SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE A MOTHERLESS CHILD”

Diane Monroe is a violinist whose versatility and artistry consistently bring audiences to their feet. Her visibility as a jazz artist began with her long-term membership as first violinist of the Uptown String Quartet and the Max Roach Double Quartet. Monroe's solo violin version of the spiritual, an excerpt from her musical memoir "Violin Woman, African Dreams," was recorded […]