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ALL OUR CHILDREN

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

"A powerfully performed compelling drama …about the care that people, and nations, owe to the weakest among them…It is, at its core, about the sanctity of life". – The New York Times Germany, 1941. Who decides if a child lives? A terrible crime is taking place in a German clinic for disabled children. The perpetrators […]

$49

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Ah, Wilderness!

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

Ah, Wilderness! is a classic American comedy about the trials and tribulations of a young man and his loving family in a small Connecticut town on July 4, 1906. Playwright Eugene O’Neill described it as, “A nostalgic comedy of the ancient days when youth was young, and the right was right, and life was a wicked […]

$30.00

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/

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, depends on unpredictability, improvisation, and freedom to explore, integrating performances of pieces from his January 2016 album Fear and Loving. Seats can be reserved at http://sheencenter.org/shows/samuel-rocha-on-education-jazz-and-the-human-person/