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The Kitchen

512 W. 19th St. New York, NY 10010 | Chelsea | 212-255-5793

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For Art exhibits/Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday noon-6pm; Saturday 11am-7pm


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    These three performances mark the first restaging in four decades of Robert Ashley's 1967 experimental opera, a highlight of Performa 11's celebration of the 82-year-old composer and a...
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