"HOW TO SPEND SPRING IN THE CITY" by MARK DENDY PROJECTS at JOE'S PUB
MARK DENDY PROJECTS
Image by Yi-Chun Wu
The Village VOICE Spring Picks are in ...
"How to Spend Spring in the City"
Mark Dendy digs into the history of the Public Theater's building,
originally the Astor Library, whose nightclub stage has hosted
mini-dances for the past ten years.
NewYorknewyork @Astor Place introduces
us to a cast of time-travelers,
exploring race relations, politics, economics,
and tabloid journalism in old Greenwich Village.
Dendy plays William B. Astor,
heir to the fortune of his fur-magnate dad, John Jacob Astor;
text, video, and dancing by a cast of eight fill out the tale.
Joe's Pub at the Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street,
Just 4 Weeks to Opening Night!
Mark Dendy Projects, currently at DANCENOW Silo
is hard at work to bring this remarkable story
of the past and present day
Joe's Pub @Astor Place
Get Your Tickets NOW
Wednesday-Friday, May 6–8, at 7pm
Saturday, May 9 at 7pm and 9pm
Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater
Choreographed and Performed by Mark Dendy
in collaboration with
Lighting design is by Lauren Parrish
Video, Costumes and Props by Stephen Donovan
Joe’s Pub at The Public at 425 Lafayette Street
Performances Start Promptly at 7pm
Doors Open at 6pm for Cocktails/Dinner
$15 in Advance
$20 at the Door
$12 Drink or Food Minimum
The Public Box Office daily from 2pm
Made possible with funding from
The Barbara Bell Cumming Foundation,
Jerome Robbins Foundation, Harkness Foundation for Dance,
Sid/Rose Fund, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs,
Mertz Gilmore Foundation, The New York State Council on the Arts
and The National Endowment for the Arts.
Join Us for a Great Night @Astor Place