In 1965, two of America’s intellectual giants were invited to debate whether “the American Dream is at the expense of the American Negro,” bringing into sharp focus our country’s deepest divisions. BALDWIN AND BUCKLEY AT CAMBRIDGE is a profoundly relevant presentation of this legendary debate between virtuosic writer James Baldwin and father of American conservatism William F. Buckley, Jr. The production concludes with an imagined scene between Baldwin and his close friend Lorraine Hansberry, researched and written by long-time Elevator Repair Service company members April Matthis and Greig Sargeant. Heralded by The New York Times as “one of the city’s few truly essential theater companies,” ERS applies their trademark approach of verbatim textual exploration and intensive collaboration to re-create Baldwin and Buckley’s blistering dissection of race, racism, and human worth. Beginning September 24 at The Public Theater, BALDWIN AND BUCKLEY AT CAMBRIDGE was conceived by Greig Sargeant and directed by ERS Founder and Artistic Director John Collins. SPECIAL OFFER: $30 Tickets (Reg. $60) with code MARCIA23 · Book online at and enter code MARCIA23 in promo code box · Call Audience Services at 212.967.7555 and mention code MARCIA23 · Visit the Taub Box Office at 425 Lafayette Street and mention code MARCIA23 Learn more about performances with access for the disabled including ASL, Open Captions, and Audio Descriptions by visiting

See and Hear The Best In Jazz and So Much More at NJPAC's TD James Moody Jazz Festival Beginning Nov. 10th.

The 11th annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival presents dozens of free and ticketed events! This year’s program offers events combining jazz luminaries in collaboration with artists known for R&B, poetry, hip hop, and so much more. The powerhouse vocalist Fantasia takes the stage on November 10th with Jazzmeia Horn. NJPAC’s talented jazz advisor Christian McBride leading a night of jazz, hip hop and spoken word with Represent! presented as part of NJPAC’s City Verses program. The festival kick-starts in person on November 10th with two powerhouse concerts: one of the today’s most creative forces in the contemporary jazz scene, Terence Blanchard, will be joined by his E-Collective and Turtle Island Quartet for a special tribute to Wayne Shorter. The spirit of jazz takes center stage with two dance-jazz collaborations: NJPAC dance advisor Savion Glover joins vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater on November 12th and renowned violinist Regina Carter performs with Carolyn Dorfman dance company in a world premiere commissioned by NJPAC. Click here for a full schedule and to purchase your tickets TODAY!!!!

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