Custom collages from Pixtac bring unadorned walls to life with clean, borderless personal photos printed on acrylic glass. After uploading favorite wedding, baby, or other personal photos to the design site, customers choose a template to piece together collages, using simple editing software to resize, crop, and filter pictures for the perfect look. Once submitted, user creations are then digitally printed and mounted to acrylic glass panels that create a floating appearance when hung.
Blistering every seat in the house with his scorching wit, actor, comedian, and author Tracy Morgan brings his inimitable act to the historic Fillmore for a charitable night of raucous, adult-only hysterics. Beloved for his roles on Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, and in numerous films, Morgan serves up an obstreperous standup act sure to tickle even the most irascible ribs until they weep with joy. Proving that not all comics have replaced their hearts with whoopie cushions, this special event benefits Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit organization founded by Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano to provide repairs and accessibility accommodations so that military veterans can remain in their own homes.
Bobby Florio created Synergy Fit as a haven for individuals looking to improve their physical health. Florio and his staff of experienced trainers combine calisthenics, circuit-training, core-strength, and flexibility exercises during personal-training sessions. The staff exudes a supportive and nonintimidating attitude, even traveling to clients’ houses or bus stops at no additional cost for more intimate sessions.
Hanky Panky follows the antics of a Jewish family in 1950s Brooklyn as they navigate a plot filled with humor and song. With her son's wedding approaching, the Zuckerman family's matriarch decides to learn English so she can communicate with the most attendees. Known for his PBS-broadcasted comedy shows Too Jewish? and Too Jewish, Too! as well as numerous regional acting and directorial credits, Avi Hoffman takes on the role of the family's uncle, a former theater star now working as a waiter at his wife's restaurant.
Before taking the reins at Broadway Performing Arts, Elisa Heinsohn appeared on the TV series Fame, and Cleve Asbury acted in the Oscar-winning film Chicago. The duo also racked up an impressive set of Broadway credits—Asbury most recently played Mr. Ovington in the hit How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying—and starred in more television commercials than a dog who can talk. Nowadays, the two continue their performing-arts work while co-owning and co-directing their studio, leading their team as they teach students from 3-year-olds to adults. The studio’s eclectic curricula hone students’ skills in disciplines such as musical theater, dance, and guitar.
4th Wall Theatre strives to expose audiences to a wide spectrum of unique voices with a diverse array of seldom-performed and original productions. Originally adapted for the stage by the creative team behind Ragtime, A Man of No Importance takes audiences to Dublin in 1964 as it depicts the life of a closeted bus conductor named Alfie Byrne and his struggles for acceptance. After the local church shuts down the amateur Oscar Wilde production he is trying to direct, Alfie reflects on the relationships he shares with his family and peers while learning to adopt a personal anthem, “You just have to love who you love.” Under the direction of 4th Wall's artistic director, Kate Swan, this 2.5-hour musical (including a 15-minute intermission) features moving melodies about understanding personal identity, sung by a cast of trained actors raised by tropical songbirds.