PAC NYC’s Fall Programming Includes Laurence Fishburne, Reimagining of “Cats”
Ahead of the highly anticipated September opening, the Perelman Performing Arts Center recently announced its inaugural season of programming. Art lovers will be delighted to hear that it’s a jam-packed schedule with a full slate of performances from renowned artists, including one celebrated star from “The Matrix.”
The venue will open its doors with “Refuge: A Concert Series to Welcome the World,” a five-evening event curated around the theme of refuge and featuring a mix of acclaimed musicians from around the globe. The concert series runs from September 19 to September 23, and includes both free and pay-what-you-wish admission.
Other season highlights range from the world premiere of Laurence Fishburne’s one-man show “Like They Do in The Movies” to a reimagining of “Cats” set amid NYC’s competitive ballroom culture. The programming also includes the operatic “Watch Night” from Tony Award-winning director Bill T. Jones (“FELA!,” “Spring Awakening”).
PAC NYC memberships start at $10 for the inaugural season and are now available for purchase. Tickets go on sale to the public starting June 23. The full schedule for the season along with more ticketing information can be found here.
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