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Location: Prospect Park (Clear Creek Trail) 44th Ave Wheat Ridge, CO. | Start: 8/17/2020 12:00:00 AM End: 12/18/2020 12:00:00 AM
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The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University presents in conjunction with our Ambedkar Initiative Understanding Systemic Racism: The Third Annual B.R. Ambedkar Lecture “Race, Caste and Social Justice” given by Isabel Wilkerson, author of Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the New York Times’ bestseller The Warmth of Other Suns. She will be speaking on her latest book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. About the Series: The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society is committed to the goal of social justice through education and critical scholarship. To address the urgent need to combat racism in our times, we introduce a new 2020-2021 conversation/lecture series called “Understanding Systemic Racism” to reflect on the roots of racial discrimination, class oppression, colonial injustice, and other institutionalized oppression and sanction for violence against Black people and peoples of color. We stress the importance of opening the U.S. centered conversations surrounding race and identity toward a broad and comparative reckoning with racism and its violent histories around the world. This exciting webinar series is programmed in conjunction with our Ambedkar Initiative that links Columbia University with the anti-caste legacy of B. R. Ambedkar to reflect on his continued relevance to discussions about social justice, affirmative action, and democratic thinking in a global frame.

Location: Columbia University in the City of New York 2960 Broadway New York, NY. | Start: 11/13/2020 6:30:00 PM End:
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Symphony Space is delighted to announce the launch of a new series with our friend, the brilliantly hilarious, boundlessly curious, and *occasionally* outspoken actress Jane Curtin in conversation with quintessential New Yorkers.New York City has been the muse of some of the world's greatest writers, actors, comedians, chefs, politicians, activists, and so many more. Symphony Space honors the gorgeous complexity of New York and the mystique that surrounds it, in this new conversation series exploring what is that thing that inspires such prolific creativity.Jane discusses politics, life in New York, and unusual upbringings with Daily Beast editor-at-large, co-podcaster of The New Abnormal, and über-Tweeter Molly Jong-Fast. Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I buy a ticket?Click the “BUY TICKETS” button above for a full list of ticket options. Once you have purchased your ticket(s), we will send you a confirmation e-mail. You will receive log-in details prior to the show in a separate e-mail (you will not receive event access information with your ticket receipt).How do I watch a virtual show?Prior to the event’s scheduled start time, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to log in and watch the event from your digital device. This is a live event. You must tune in at the set time and date to view this show. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected].What if I have an issue trying to access a virtual show?If you do not receive your log-in e-mail with directions on how to access the virtual show by the day of the event, please check your spam folder before contacting us. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected]. Information about events will be posted on our website.To Learn More About the Artists Jane Curtin has appeared on Broadway in Noises Off, Candida, and Our Town. Her off-Broadway work includes Love Letters and the musical revue Pretzels, which she co-wrote. She starred in the television series 3rd Rock from the Sun and won back-to-back Emmy Awards for her role on Kate & Allie. She is an original cast member of Saturday Night Live and also starred in the television film series The Librarian and its spin-off, The Librarians. Her film credits include Coneheads; Antz; I Love You, Man; I Don’t Know How She Does It; The Heat; The Spy Who Dumped Me; Can You Ever Forgive Me?; and Ode to Joy. She starred on the television series Unforgettable and has had guest appearances on The Good Wife, 48 Hours ’til Monday, The Good Fight, Broad City, and most recently United We Fall. Curtin will appear in the forthcoming films Welcome to Pine Grove!, Never Too Late, and Godmothered.Molly Jong-Fast is an author and pundit. She is currently an editor-at-large at The Daily Beast, for which she also hosts the podcast The New Abnormal, with Rick Wilson. She is the author of two novels, Normal Girl and The Social Climber's Handbook, and a memoir, Girl [Maladjusted]. She is a regular contributor to Playboy, Glamour, The Atlantic, and The Bulwark.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 12/8/2020 7:00:00 PM End:
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To celebrate the glories and challenges of life in Gotham, we've curated a selection of short stories, essays, and poems evocative of what some call "the greatest city in the world"! Hosted by comedian Wyatt Cenac (Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas).This is a virtual event. Ticket holders will receive an e-mail with information on how to access the event close to its start time. You can tune in at the premiere or view at your leisure for two weeks afterwards. This event will premiere on December 2 and is available until December 16. Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I buy a ticket?Click the “BUY TICKETS” button above for a full list of ticket options. Once you have purchased your ticket(s), we will send you a confirmation e-mail. You will receive log-in details prior to the show in a separate e-mail (you will not receive event access information with your ticket receipt). Ticket holders may watch the show at the premiere or at any time for two weeks afterwards.How do I watch a virtual show?Prior to the event’s scheduled start time, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to log in and watch the event from your digital device. You have the option of tuning in at the premiere or viewing at your leisure for two weeks afterwards. Your access is unlimited and on-demand, so you may watch this event multiple times during the two-week period. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected].What if I have an issue trying to access a virtual show?If you do not receive your log-in e-mail with directions on how to access the virtual show by the day of the event, please check your spam folder before contacting us. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected]. Information about events will be posted on our website. Wyatt Cenac is an Emmy Award-winning comedian, actor, producer, and writer known for the HBO late- night comedy docuseries Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas. Additional credits include the Emmy nominated web series aka Wyatt Cenac, which he created, directed, and starred in, the TBS sitcom People of the Earth, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, where he served as a writer and correspondent. He's made four comedy albums Wyatt Cenac: Comedy Person, the Grammy nominated Brooklyn, Furry Dumb Fighter, and One Angry Night in November, and hosted the televised stand-up variety series Night Train with Wyatt Cenac. He started his career in animation as a writer for Mike Judge's King of the Hill and has served as a consultant for South Park. Every now and again he pops up in a film, most notably Barry Jenkins’ Medicine for Melancholy.Selected Shorts is produced by Symphony Space and broadcast on more than 150 stations around the country. The Selected Shorts podcast consistently ranks as one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes. The series began in 1985 and enjoys sold-out performances to this day. Selected Shorts was conceived with a simple premise: take great stories by well-known and emerging writers and have them performed by terrific actors of stage and screen. Featuring stories around a lively theme, the favorite works of a guest author, or a special collaboration, each Selected Shorts event is a unique night of literature in performance.Selected Shorts is supported by the Dungannon Foundation, sponsor of The Rea Award for the Short Story. Support is also provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation, the NYC COVID-19 Response and Impact Fund in The New York Community Trust, The Shubert Foundation, the Charina Endowment Fund, The Scherman Foundation, the Henry Nias Foundation, the Axe-Houghton Foundation, and the Lemberg Foundation. Selected Shorts is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Symphony Space thanks our generous supporters, including our Board of Directors, Producers Circle, and members, who make our programs possible with their annual support.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 12/2/2020 7:30:00 PM End:
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Symphony Space is delighted to announce the launch of a new series with our friend, the brilliantly hilarious, boundlessly curious, and *occasionally* outspoken actress Jane Curtin in conversation with quintessential New Yorkers.New York City has been the muse of some of the world's greatest writers, actors, comedians, chefs, politicians, activists, and so many more. Symphony Space honors the gorgeous complexity of New York and the mystique that surrounds it, in this new conversation series exploring what is that thing that inspires such prolific creativity.Marcus Samuelsson is the acclaimed chef, author, television star, and philanthropist behind the restaurant Red Rooster Harlem and many more. Jane and Marcus discuss his childhood in Ethiopia and Sweden, his rise to superstardom, and his life in Harlem.This is a live virtual event. Ticket holders will receive an e-mail with information on how to access the event close to its start time. You must tune in at the set start time and date to view this show. If you miss the live virtual event, you will receive an e-mail within 48 hours after the show allowing you to watch at your leisure until December 2.Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I buy a ticket?Click the “BUY TICKETS” button above for a full list of ticket options. Once you have purchased your ticket(s), we will send you a confirmation e-mail. You will receive log-in details prior to the show in a separate e-mail (you will not receive event access information with your ticket receipt).How do I watch a virtual show?Prior to the event’s scheduled start time, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to log in and watch the event from your digital device. This is a live event. You must tune in at the set time and date to view this show. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected].What if I have an issue trying to access a virtual show?If you do not receive your log-in e-mail with directions on how to access the virtual show by the day of the event, please check your spam folder before contacting us. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected]. Information about events will be posted on our website. To Learn More About the Artists Jane Curtin has appeared on Broadway in Noises Off, Candida, and Our Town. Her off-Broadway work includes Love Letters and the musical revue Pretzels, which she co-wrote. She starred in the television series 3rd Rock from the Sun and won back-to-back Emmy Awards for her role on Kate & Allie. She is an original cast member of Saturday Night Live and also starred in the television film series The Librarian and its spin-off, The Librarians. Her film credits include Coneheads; Antz; I Love You, Man; I Don’t Know How She Does It; The Heat; The Spy Who Dumped Me; Can You Ever Forgive Me?; and Ode to Joy. She starred on the television series Unforgettable and has had guest appearances on The Good Wife, 48 Hours ’til Monday, The Good Fight, Broad City, and most recently United We Fall. Curtin will appear in the forthcoming films Welcome to Pine Grove!, Never Too Late, and Godmothered.Marcus Samuelsson is the acclaimed chef behind many restaurants worldwide including Red Rooster Harlem, MARCUS Montreal, and Marcus B&P in Newark, NJ. Samuelsson was the youngest person to ever receive a three-star review from The New York Times and has won multiple James Beard Foundation Awards including Best Chef: New York City and Outstanding Personality for No Passport Required on PBS. He is a longstanding judge on the hit Food Network show Chopped. He is the author of multiple books including the New York Times-bestselling memoir Yes, Chef and his latest book, The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food, debuts on October 27. His podcast, This Moment, with Swedish rapper Timbuktu is out now. Follow Samuelsson on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter at @MarcusCooks.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 11/18/2020 7:00:00 PM End:
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When Newbery Medal winner Kate DiCamillo (The Tale of Despereaux) was 26 years old and dreaming of becoming a writer, she picked up Judith Thurman's book Isak Dinesen: The Life of a Storyteller and read it for the first time. It was a transformative experience. We invited Kate and Judith to come together in our virtual space for a conversation about this extraordinary work that won the 1983 National Book Award for Nonfiction and served as the basis for the Oscar-winning film Out of Africa.Please note: This not a children's event. This is a live virtual event. Ticket holders will receive an e-mail with information on how to access the event close to its start time. You must tune in at the set start time and date to view this show. If you miss the live virtual event, you will receive an e-mail within 48 hours after the show allowing you to watch at your leisure until December 8.Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I buy a ticket?Click the “BUY TICKETS” button above for a full list of ticket options. Once you have purchased your ticket(s), we will send you a confirmation e-mail. You will receive log-in details prior to the show in a separate e-mail (you will not receive event access information with your ticket receipt).How do I watch a virtual show?Prior to the event’s scheduled start time, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to log in and watch the event from your digital device. This is a live event. You must tune in at the set time and date to view this show. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected].What if I have an issue trying to access a virtual show?If you do not receive your log-in e-mail with directions on how to access the virtual show by the day of the event, please check your spam folder before contacting us. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected]. Information about events will be posted on our website.To Learn More About the Artists Kate DiCamillo is the author of Because of Winn-Dixie, a Newbery Honor Book; The Tiger Rising, a National Book Award finalist; The Tale of Despereaux, a Newbery Medal–winning novel that later inspired an animated adventure from Universal Pictures; The Magician’s Elephant; Flora & Ulysses, a Newbery Medal winner; Raymie Nightingale, a National Book Award finalist; Louisiana’s Way Home; Beverly, Right Here; and The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. She is also the author of the picture books Great Joy, La La La, and A Piglet Named Mercy, the Mercy Watson and Tales from Deckawoo Drive series, as well as a co-author of the Bink and Gollie books for beginning readers. In 2014, DiCamillo was named the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. Judith Thurman has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1987, and since 2000, as a Staff Writer specializing in profiles and cultural criticism. She is the author of Isak Dinesen: The Life of a Storyteller, which won the 1983 National Book Award for Nonfiction and served as the basis for Sydney Pollack's Oscar-winning film Out of Africa. Her second biography, Secrets of the Flesh: A Life of Colette, won the Los Angeles Times and the Salon Book Awards for Biography. She is also the author of Cleopatra's Nose: 39 Varieties of Desire, a collection of her essays. Thurman won the Harold G. Vursell Award for prose style from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Rungstedlund Prize from the Danish Royal Academy, and Bard College's Mary McCarthy Award for a woman writer's life work. She is also a chevalier of the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 11/24/2020 7:00:00 PM End:
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The Best American Short Stories annual anthology has been celebrating the greats of contemporary literature for more than 100 years. Join us for an evening of performances by Purva Bedi (She's Gotta Have It), Hope Davis (Your Honor), and Hampton Fluker (Shades of Blue), from the highly anticipated collection, including works by authors Elizabeth McCracken, Tiphanie Yanique, and Sarah Thankam Mathews. Hosted by guest editor and New York Times-bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld (Rodham: A Novel).This is a virtual event. Ticket holders will receive an e-mail with information on how to access the event close to its start time. You can tune in at the premiere or view at your leisure for two weeks afterwards. This event will premiere on November 11 and is available until November 25. Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I buy a ticket?Click the “BUY TICKETS” button above for a full list of ticket options. Once you have purchased your ticket(s), we will send you a confirmation e-mail. You will receive log-in details prior to the show in a separate e-mail (you will not receive event access information with your ticket receipt). Ticket holders may watch the show at the premiere or at any time for two weeks afterwards.How do I watch a virtual show?Prior to the event’s scheduled start time, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to log in and watch the event from your digital device. You have the option of tuning in at the premiere or viewing at your leisure for two weeks afterwards. Your access is unlimited and on-demand, so you may watch this event multiple times during the two-week period. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected].What if I have an issue trying to access a virtual show?If you do not receive your log-in e-mail with directions on how to access the virtual show by the day of the event, please check your spam folder before contacting us. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected]. Information about events will be posted on our website. To Learn About the Artists THE ARTISTS (in alphabetical order)Purva Bedi is an actress and playwright. She is the co-creator of the comedy series Shrinkage, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Her extensive theater credits include Dance Nation, for which she was honored with a 2019 Drama Desk Award, Wives at Playwrights Horizons, Passage with Soho Rep, India Pale Ale at the Manhattan Theater Club, An Ordinary Muslim with New York Theatre Workshop, and many more. Bedi is an Associate Artist of Target Margin Theater and member of the Actors Center Workshop Company. Her film and television appearances include roles on Billions, High Maintenance, She's Gotta Have It Too, Madam Secretary, Nurse Jackie, The Blacklist, The Assistant, The Surrogate, Sully, American.ish, Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn, and American Desi. Upcoming projects include writing two plays in development, Gorgeous Nothings with Dorset Theatre Festival and Dolly's Dream Bimari.Hope Davis has appeared in the films About Schmidt; American Splendor; Synecdoche, New York; Captain America: Civil War; and Rebel in the Rye, among others. On television, Davis’s credits include In Treatment, The Newsroom, The Special Relationship, Allegiance, American Crime, Wayward Pines, with recent recurring roles in the series For the People, Strange Angel, and Love Life. Her theater credits include Ivanov, Two Shakespearean Actors, Spinning Into Butter, Food Chain, Measure for Measure, God of Carnage, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award, and The Red Barn. She will appear in the forthcoming miniseries Your Honor.Hampton Fluker starred as Marcus Tufo on NBC’s Shades of Blue, opposite Jennifer Lopez. Additional television credits include Chicago Med, Major Crimes, Prodigal Son, Bull, The Code, The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, Aquarius, and Whitney directed by Angela Bassett. He has been seen in the films Instant Family, Patriots Day, The Blind Side, No One Asked Me, and The Depths. On stage, Fluker starred opposite Annette Bening and Tracy Letts in the Broadway Revival of All My Sons, earning a Drama Desk Nomination and Theatre World’s Dorothy Loudon Award. He also starred in Too Heavy for Your Pocket with the Roundabout Theatre Company and Esai’s Table at the Cherry Lane Theatre. Curtis Sittenfeld is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels Prep, The Man of My Dreams, American Wife, Sisterland, Eligible, and the story collection You Think It, I’ll Say It. Her short stories have appeared in The New Yorker, The Washington PostMagazine, Esquire, and The Best American Short Stories, of which she was the 2020 guest editor. Her nonfiction has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Time, and Vanity Fair, and on public radio’s This American Life. Sittenfeld’s latest work, Rodham: A Novel, was published in May 2020. Selected Shorts is produced by Symphony Space and broadcast on more than 150 stations around the country. The Selected Shorts podcast consistently ranks as one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes. The series began in 1985 and enjoys sold-out performances to this day. Selected Shorts was conceived with a simple premise: take great stories by well-known and emerging writers and have them performed by terrific actors of stage and screen. Featuring stories around a lively theme, the favorite works of a guest author, or a special collaboration, each Selected Shorts event is a unique night of literature in performance.Selected Shorts is supported by the Dungannon Foundation, sponsor of The Rea Award for the Short Story. Support is also provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation, the NYC COVID-19 Response and Impact Fund in The New York Community Trust, The Shubert Foundation, the Charina Endowment Fund, The Scherman Foundation, the Henry Nias Foundation, the Axe-Houghton Foundation, and the Lemberg Foundation. Selected Shorts is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Symphony Space thanks our generous supporters, including our Board of Directors, Producers Circle, and members, who make our programs possible with their annual support.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 11/11/2020 7:30:00 PM End:
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Symphony Space is thrilled to offer an exclusive, intimate event with bestselling author Colum McCann on his latest novel, the heartbreakingly beautiful Apeirogon. Limited to 30 viewers, our Salon series goes beyond the page and offers you the opportunity to be in the virtual room for a one-of-a-kind in-depth discussion. “Dazzling . . . hypnotic . . . heartbreaking and mesmerizing . . . Besides the kaleidoscopic brilliance of the narrative, this is also a deeply human story.”—San Francisco ChronicleThis is a live virtual event. Ticket holders will receive an e-mail with information on how to access the event close to its start time. You must tune in at the set start time and date to view this show.Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I buy a ticket?Click the “BUY TICKETS” button above for a full list of ticket options. Once you have purchased your ticket(s), we will send you a confirmation e-mail. You will receive log-in details prior to the show in a separate e-mail (you will not receive event access information with your ticket receipt).How do I watch a virtual show?Prior to the event’s scheduled start time, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to log in and watch the event from your digital device. This is a live event. You must tune in at the set time and date to view this show. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected].What if I have an issue trying to access a virtual show?If you do not receive your log-in e-mail with directions on how to access the virtual show by the day of the event, please check your spam folder before contacting us. If you need assistance accessing the event on your digital device, please e-mail [email protected]. Information about events will be posted on our website.To Learn More About the Artist Colum McCann is the internationally bestselling author of the story collections Everything in this Country Must, Fishing the Sloe-Black River, Thirteen Ways of Looking, the nonfiction work Letters to a Young Writer, and the novels Songdogs, This Side of Brightness, Dancer, Zoli, Let the Great World Spin, winner of the National Book Award, TransAtlantic, and most recently, Apeirogon.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 10/27/2020 7:00:00 PM End:
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Peter Jay Sharp Theatre Best-selling author Meg Wolitzer, mother and daughter singer-songwriters Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche, and cartoonist Roz Chast and humorist Patricia Marx (with their ukulele duo, Ukelear Meltdown) collaborate on an evening of music, literature, art, and laughter! Group discounts are available for groups of fifteen people or more. Please contact the Box Office at [email protected]Roz Chast has been a regular contributor of cartoons to The New Yorker since 1978. She is the author and illustrator of the graphic memoir Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?, a New York Times bestseller and 2014 National Book Award Finalist, and Going Into Town: A Love Letter to New York, winner of the New York City Book Award. In 2012, she was awarded the NYC Literary Honor in Humor by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and in 2015, she was honored with 20th Annual Heinz Award for the Arts and Humanities and the Reuben Award for Cartoonist of the Year. Chast also served as guest editor of The Best American Comics 2016. Most recently, Chast collaborated with Patricia Marx on two books: Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It? and You Can Only Yell at Me for One Thing at a Time: Rules for Couples.Patricia Marx, a New Yorker staff writer, is a former writer for Saturday Night Live and the author of the novels Him Her Him Again the End of Him and Starting from Happy, both of which were finalists for the Thurber Prize, as well the nonfiction work Let’s Be Less Stupid. Marx has collaborated with Roz Chast on two books: Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It? and You Can Only Yell at Me for One Thing at a Time: Rules for Couples. Her children's book, Now Everybody Really Hates Me, received the first and only Friedrich Medal, an award named after her air conditioner. She was the first woman on the Harvard Lampoon staff, and is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship.Meg Wolitzer is the New York Times bestselling author of The Female Persuasion, The Interestings, The Ten-Year Nap, The Wife, and other books. She was the guest editor of The Best American Short Stories 2017, and has also published books for young readers. Wolitzer is a faculty member in the MFA program at Stony Brook Southampton, where she co-directs BookEnds, a one-year, non-credit intensive in the novel. In 2013, along with singer-songwriter Suzzy Roche, she was a guest artist at the Princeton Atelier at Princeton University. The recent, critically acclaimed film based on her novel The Wife starred Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce. Suzzy Roche is a singer/songwriter/performer/author and founding member of the singing group The Roches. She has recorded more than fifteen albums, written music for television and film, and toured extensively for thirty years across the U.S. and Europe. She most recently performed with The Wooster Group in A Pink Chair (In Place of a Fake Antique) at the Performing Garage in New York City. Roche also collaborates with her daughter, Lucy Wainwright Roche. Their most recent album, Mud and Apples, was nominated for an Independent Music Award. She is the author of the children’s book Want To Be in a Band? and the novels Wayward Saints and the forthcoming The Town Crazy.Lucy Wainwright Roche is a singer-songwriter. Her most recent solo album, Little Beast, was released in 2018 and won the Independent Music Award for Best Singer/Songwriter Album, and was preceded by the critically acclaimed There’s a Last Time for Everything. She also collaborates with her mother, Suzzy Roche. Their most recent album, Mud and Apples, was nominated for an Independent Music Award. Roche was also featured on the television series Stuff You Should Know. She is currently touring in the US and UK, and performs regularly with The Indigo Girls.

Location: Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY. | Start: 3/23/2021 7:00:00 PM End:
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