6 Amazing NYC Theater Shows That Will Leave You Speechless This Month

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6 Amazing NYC Theater Shows That Will Leave You Speechless This Month

New York City is the global epicenter of a lot of things, theater and the performing arts are somewhere near the top of that list. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” hogged the headlines for so long it’s easy to forget how much great theater there is on offer. So if you haven’t taken in a show in a while, now’s your chance, here are the upcoming theatrical performances that we recommend:

Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man
  • When – April 7, 8 & 15
  • Where – 777 Theatre – 777 8th Avenue, Manhattan,
  • Price – $49

Sometimes you just need advice from a gay man to turn up the bedroom heat. And that’s exactly what this hilarious audience interactive romantic comedy is all about. Leave every ounce of coyness at home, and prepare to blush and guffaw with Robyn, Dan and a hunky stage assistant named Stefan. They’ll be taking you on a hilarious and wild ride where no topic is taboo! Ladies and gents, these tips are a worth a million… READ MORE

Drinks & Laughs For 2 @ Stand Up NY
  • When – April 7,8, 10, 11 & 16
  • Where – Stand Up NYC – 236 West 78th Street, 10024
  • Price – $15

Why did Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld and Louis CK cross the road? To perform at Stand Up NY, duh. Since 1986, this comedy club has kept New Yorkers laughing with sets from some of the brightest in the business like Amy Schumer, Artie Lange and Aziz Ansari, rightfully landing it the title of the “incubator of stand-up nobility” by New York Magazine. Besides a guaranteed kickass lineup, the… READ MORE

Le Scandal Cabaret
  • When – April 8th
  • Where – Laurie Beechman Theatre – West Bank Cafe – 407 W 42nd St., 10036
  • Price – $19

A sword swallowing bellydancer, contortionist, and a clever magician walk into a bar….just kidding. This is Le Scandal Cabaret, New York’s longest running burlesque variety show featuring circus acts and sultry vixens, all to the live music styling of the Le Scandal Orchestra. There’s something for everyone, including a lasso rope trick cowboy, a comedic juggler, and a sizzling torch singing fan dancer, so what are you waiting for?… READ MORE

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None
  • When – April 14 & 15
  • Where – The Players Theater – 115 MacDougal Street, Manhattan, 10012
  • Price – $32

In Agatha Christie’s magnum opus “And Then There Were None” ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. The only thing they have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal and a secret that will seal their fate. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the mainland, the bloodbath begins and one by one they are brutally murdered in accordance with the lines of a sinister nursery rhyme… READ MORE

NYC Premier: Child’s Play @ The Kraine Theatre
  • When – April 13 – 16
  • Where – The Kraine Theatre – 85 East 4th Street, Manhattan, 10003
  • Price – $10

How do you prepare a little girl to slay a dragon? Be it, a real, fire-breathing dragon; or something much worse… Although it’s splashed with a dash of fantasy, the world of Kevin Ferguson’s ‘Child’s Play’ is not all fun and games. When a traumatized child stops speaking, a therapist steps in and tries to peel back the layers of mistrust by entering the internal world of this little girl to help her confront the demons that… READ MORE

Wasabassco Burlesque @ LPR
  • When – April 29
  • Where – Le Poisson Rouge – 158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan, 10012
  • Price – $20

With 12 years in the business, Wasabassco brings the soul of rock n’ roll to House of Deveraux at LPR. Join these bodacious New York beauties in their forbidden concoction of contemporary striptease and top-tier variety, a show of retro-glam sophistication and a playful sense of humor. The professionals and artists that take part are some of this city’s finest… READ MORE