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This hilarious comedy and its innovative puppets won a Tony Award for Best Musical when it originally played on Broadway after transferring from Off-Broadway. Now in its sixth year, the show has moved back to Off-Broadway and is still going strong. Open run.

New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street. (212-239-6200)


The Accidental Pervert is the true accounting of one boy’s odyssey to manhood via a childhood dominated by pornography, an addiction accumulated after the boy happens upon his father’s collection of XXX-Rated video tapes in a bedroom closet, just to the right of his golf clubs, above the cowboy boots, behind the sweatshirts, all the way up in the top left hand corner. Andrew Goffman takes his audience on a hilarious and self-deprecating journey into a world of video vixens, X-Rated fantasies, and really “dirty” movies with no redeeming value whatsoever. He found the tapes at 11 years old. The addiction controlled him until he was 26: The year he met his wife. Shows are on Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm.

The 13th Street Repertory, (212-353-3101)


Blue-skinned men give one of the longest-running performance art shows Off-Broadway. Very popular with tourists. Please visit the show’s Web site for more information. Open run.

Astor Place Theatre, 434 Lafayette Street, between Astor Place and East 4th Street, (800-258-3626).


Robert Creighton as the iconic James Cagney in this tribute to the star’s life work and, of course, tap dancing. Open run.

Westside Theatre, 407 West 43rd Street.



The classic, long-running Off-Broadway musical, featuring the timeless song “Try to Remember” as well as “They Were You” and “Soon It’s Gonna Rain.” Now in Midtown at the Jerry Orbach Theater at The Theater Center. Open run. The show recently celebrated 20,000 performances in New York City and is billed as “The World’s Longest Running Musical.” The boy and girl are neighbors who fall in love, break up, and go off to see the world. On their adventures, they grow, and with a greater understanding of what it means to be in love, eventually find their way home to one another.

Jerry Orbach Theater at The Theater Center, 1627 Broadway at 50th Street, (212-921-7862).


The Gazillion Bubble Show will amaze your whole family with mind-blowing bubble magic. Step into an interactive bubble world and be dazzled by spellbinding lasers, spectacular lighting effects, and jaw-dropping masterpieces of bubble artistry. It will make you smile, laugh, and feel like a kid all over again. Open run.

New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street, (212-239-6200).


Hairspray star Diana DeGarmo and Christian Bianco (of Forbidden Broadway fame) headline this revival of the hit jukebox musical celebrating songs of the 1950s and 1960s.  Open run.

Kirk Theatre (at Theatre Row),410 West 42nd Street



Rick Crom’s long-running spoof of current events and pop culture, stabbing the satirical needle into the people in the news. Now starring Christine Pedi, Christina Bianco, and Michael West. See website for performance dates, times, and ticket information. Open run.

Kirk Theatre at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, (212-279-4200).


Set at a local university auditorium where the English department holds its monthly “meet the authors” event. Robyn is the shy and studious moderator of the event, and this month’s featured author is Dan Anderson of “Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man.” With the help of a hunky staged assistant named Stefan, Dan aims to turn this meet the authors event upside down with a highly theatrical, audience interactive sex tip seminar. Will Stefan’s muscles be used for more than moving heavy scenery? Will the power of Dan’s tips prove too titillating for even Robyn to resist? As with everything at this event…that is for Dan to know, and you to find out.

The 777 Theatre, 777 8th Avenue


One of the longest-running Off-Broadway shows in New York’s East Village. Percussion, clog dancing, garbage cans, and vaudeville done with a retro British punk twist. A tourist institution since the 1990s. No intermission. Open run.

Orpheum Theater, 126 Second Avenue, (212-477-2477).


Numerous unusual sights await visitors in this installation by British company Punchdrunk. Look for more than 90 spaces, from a chapel to a ballroom. Check Web site for ticket information and show times.

McKitrick Hotel, 530 West 27th Street, (866-811-4111).


After a matriarch’s death, the women in the family clean Grandma’s attic and find love and old memories packed away, and in the process, hit tunes that trace the history of black women, from the trials of the 1930s through the Girl Groups of the 60s to the empowerment of the 90s. Songs include “Oh, Happy Day,” “Mama Said,” “I Will Survive,” and many more. Sistas: the Musical, the story of African-American women through Top-40 music, is produced by three-time Tony winner Hinton Battle, written by Dorothy Marcic (writer of RESPECT: The Musical, which has played in 20 cities), and directed by Kenneth Ferrone.

St. Luke’s Theater, 308 West 46th Street, (212-239-6200).


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