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Comedian Kate Berlant returns to NYC with an encore engagement of her acclaimed comedy show, Kate, at the Connelly Theater. Check back for information on Kate Berlant: Kate tickets on New York Theatre Guide.Kate is a comedy show about Berlant's life, in which she traces the key events that got her to her current place in life. This current place and time is when she will reveal a truth that she's kept hidden until now. Berlant is deliberately vague about further details on what Kate is about, but she said in a statement, in part, "All my previous work has been a pale shadow, a humiliation, an impotent suggestion always gesturing toward, yet never quite arriving ... until now."During the show, Berlant not only plays herself, but multiple other characters that represent key people in her life's journey.Berlant has built an acclaimed comedy career worldwide, on both stage and screen. She has performed her comedy routines at festivals like Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, and New York Comedy Festival; Kate marks her first time performing live in New York in 10 years."I can't wait to welcome you into my home, which is the theatre," she also said in her statement about Kate off Broadway. "Although I haven't been home in a long time, it feels good to be back and I'm so grateful they kept the lights on for me. Although it is forbidden to take your shoes off in my home, I hope you will still allow yourself to shed a layer—to become vulnerable and receptive to the possibility of transformation."On screen, Berlant has had roles in the TV shows BoJack Horseman (voice only), Search Party, The Other Two, Ghosted, and Taskmaster; she won the U.S. version of the comedic game show in 2018. Her filmography includes movies like Sorry to Bother You and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and she's set to appear in the upcoming movie Don't Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles and directed by Olivia Wilde.Directing Berlant in Kate in New York is Bo Burnham, an Emmy Award-winning comedian, actor, director, and writer. One of his best-known comedy specials is 2021's Inside, which received critical acclaim and won three Emmy Awards. Its song "All Eyes on Me" also won the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. Burnham also received a slew of independent film awards for the coming-of-age movie Eighth Grade, which he wrote and directed. He has directed and produced comedy specials for Chris Rock and Jerrod Carmichael, and his own body of comedy specials includes Words, Words, Words; Make Happy; and what.Tickets to Kate Berlant: Kate will be on sale soon.Photo credit: Danielle Neu
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Lloyd Suh, the acclaimed playwright of The Chinese Lady, returns off Broadway with a new tale of a cross-continental journey. Just after the Chinese Exclusion Act is passed, a family in rural Taishan, China, braves danger to make a trip to California against all odds. Find out more about The Far Country tickets.
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This New York-debut play about the lives of those in the welfare system is years in the making. Writer/director Alexander Zeldin based his compassionate work on interviews and firsthand accounts of those living in shelters, and with the audience sitting among the actors, they're asked to step into others' shoes. Learn more about Love tickets now.