A host of arts programming will be offered in the coming fall and winter months at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture.
Among them are Brian Dennehy on Eugene O’Neill, Arthur Miller and Samuel Beckett, an evening of performance and conversation moderated by Anne Cattaneo (September 16); Kate Baldwin & Friends, a concert focused on The Music of Georgia Stitt featuring Baldwin, Ta'Rea Campbell, Jeff Kready, Graham Rowat and Elena Shaddow (September 18); a stage production of Gorey: The Secret Lives of Edward Gorey (December 14–23; January 3-14, 2017); Broadway Inspirational Voices with Michael McElroy and featuring Marva Hicks and Clarke Thorell (January 23 and 30); Is Anybody Listening? Gospel and Pop to Rock the Soul, an inspirational series of musical events about “The Big Issues” facing the planet featuring Angela Robinson, Angela Grovey, The Jenny Burton Experience, Julia Wade and the music of two-time Tony Award nominee Peter Link (September 22 – October 4).
The Sheen Center is located at 18 Bleecker Street. Visit sheencenter.org