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Ingrown Tumult Among the Waxoholics
Not so blissed out.
The Fire This Time
Our picks from the Ohio Theater’s Ignite festival, a three-week downtown mix of cabaret, monologues, comedy, dance, and one-act plays (October 4 to 22; $18; call 212-352-3101 for tickets and details).
John Mayer Will Not Teach You Guitar
Posters a lie.
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Our picks from the October lineup at Makor, the 92nd Street Y’s performing-arts center on the West Side (call 212-601-1000 for tickets and details).
Promising fare from the Seventh Annual Estrogenius Festival, a monthlong celebration of women’s creativity, featuring short plays, solo shows, dance, and visual art (through October 14; $18; call 212-352-3101 for tickets and details).
Ex-Punk Kid: Dito Montiel
Hot for Teacher
College students rate him the most comely professor in town.
Three True Tales
Stranger Than Fiction, a triple bill by American playwright Norman Beim (best known for his comedies Success and Pygmalion and Galatea), includes three one- acts “based on fact” (October 12–27; $18; call 212-868-4444 for tickets and details).
Strapped Sirio Bums Batali Bucks
Someone’s gotta pay the fare.
Arriving at the Center
The standouts from American Ballet Theatre’s City Center season, starting this week.
Take a Bite
Picks from the semi-annual Emerging Artists Theatre’s EATfest, a showcase for new work from up-and-coming playwrights ($18; October 31 to November 19; call 212-247-2429 for tickets and details).
Weirdo Pretends to Be NYT Paparazzo
Keeps showing up.
Rachel Rolls With It
The 30 Rock co-star on her so-called demotion, and what she tells her parents.
Highlights from the Public’s New Work Now! festival, which spotlights political plays by Israeli, Arab, and American playwrights. (October 23–November 6; free; call 212-967-7555 for reservations and details.)
Highlights from the November theater lineup at Makor, produced by the 92nd Street Y ($10; call 212-601-1000 for tickets and details).
But Morley, Is It Art?
Safer’s brush with sabbatical.
9/11 Lawyer Keeps It Real
“Are all rappers learning-disabled?”
The Future Is Now
Highlights from BAM’s annual Next Wave Festival—this year, the largest ever ($20 to $60; through December 16; call 718-636-4100 for tickets and details).
Found in Translation
Performance Space 122 presents BAiT (Buenos Aires in Translation), a series of four new plays by established Argentine playwrights ($20; November 4 to 19; call 212-352-3101 for tickets and details).