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A collaboration between Vassar College and New York Stage and Film, Powerhouse Theater presents works from both emerging and established artists including fully staged plays and musicals, developmental workshops, and readings. This year’s highlights include main-stage productions of Seth Zvi Rosenfeld’s Downtown Race Riot, a portrait of a young boy set in New York’s Washington Square Park (through July 7); and Mozhan Marnó’s When the Lights Went Out, a series of intertwined stories that unfold during the 2003 Northeast blackout (July 17-28). Bright Star, with music by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell (July 12-14); and The Brooklyn Hero Supply Company (July 26-28), directed by Tony Award-winner (for Spring Awakening) Michael Mayer, are the musicals on tap. Call or visit Web site for complete schedule and ticket information.
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