Women, Climate and Sports

The Loreto Theater

During the United Nations' Climate Week in NYC, join us for a discussion with five of the most influential sustainability advocates in the world, all of whom are women, promoting climate action

I Lived on Parker Avenue

The Loreto Theater

I Lived on Parker Avenue is a short documentary about a mother’s agony in choosing what’s best, the joy of a couple starting a family, and a young man’s search for where his life began. (Grades 9-12 and up)

The Justice Film Festival

The Loreto Theater

The Justice Film Festival inspires justice seekers by presenting films of unexpected courage and redemption that are diverse in their issues and geography

Batman at 80: Dark Knight of the Soul

The Loreto Theater

Holy anniversary!! Come celebrate the pop-cultural legacy of the Caped Crusader in film, television and graphic novel. (Grades 7-12 and up)

An Evening with George Winston

The Loreto Theater

George Winston makes a triumphant return to The Sheen Center after his sold out shows last year. He will once again be playing favorite pieces spanning his five-decade career

A Hidden Life

The Loreto Theater

Based on real events, from visionary writer-director Terrence Malick, A HIDDEN LIFE is the story of an unsung hero, Franz Jägerstätter, who refused to fight for the Nazis in World War II.

New York Voices – Let it Snow!

The Loreto Theater

Acclaimed jazz vocal group New York Voices returns with a Christmas-themed musical evening of beloved traditional and sacred classics with secular favorites, all incorporating sophisticated jazz and swing elements.

Lúnasa: Christmas from Ireland

The Loreto Theater

An evening of music, spoken word and entertainment from the band's Irish homeland in the days leading up to Christmas. With special guest singer Ashley Davis.

Piedmont Blues: A Search for Salvation

The Loreto Theater

Using songs, lyrics, and imagery, Piedmont Blues: A Search for Salvation makes a testimony of the struggle endured by African Americans in the Southeast during Jim Crow and chronicles the efficacy of the Blues as a salve for suffering.

Auschwitz: Remembering Our Ways Forward

The Loreto Theater

In collaboration with the Museum of Jewish Heritage we present Robert Jan von Pelt, the curator of the current Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away exhibit at the museum

WFUV Marquee Event with Son Little

The Loreto Theater

Son Little, the musical nom de plume of LA’s Aaron Earl Livingston, has announced his new album aloha, due January 31st on ANTI- As previewed with the release of last month’s invisible EP and early single, “hey rose,” which The New York Times described as comprising “bluesy distorted guitar chords, a hint of Latin rhythm and perhaps a ... Read more

Warriors Don’t Cry

The Loreto Theater

This original one-woman play dramatizes Melba Patillo Beals’s searing memoir of the battle to integrate Little Rock’s central high, through the lens of a contemporary young activist (Grades 6 to 12)

Burden

The Loreto Theater

Screening and Conversation with director, Andrew Heckler

ARCH Ballet

The Loreto Theater

Critically acclaimed Arch Ballet presents an evening of bold contemporary dances choreographed by Sheena Annalise.

An Intimate Evening with Bernie Williams

The Loreto Theater

Bernie Williams will present an evening of jazz, blues, R&B, and the tropical rhythms of his childhood in Puerto Rico. Bernie and The Bernie Williams Collective

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