- Saturday, April 9, 4-10pm
- $10 students
$20 day of
- Hunter Center
“Fabulousness can come in many forms, and Taylor Mac seems intent on assuming each and every one of them.” — The New York Times
The inimitable theater artist presents a work-in-progress performance of the latest installment from his 24-Decade History of Popular Music, an outrageously entertaining romp through 240 years of American culture as seen through music—from Tin Pan Alley to disco and beyond. The decades du jour are 1836-1896.
Come and go as you please during this 6-hour performance, with half-price gallery admission for all ticket holders. The galleries will be open until 7pm.
What to expect
Come and go as you please during this 6-hour performance, with half-price gallery admission for all ticket holders. Seating is general admission on a riser. Preferred tickets are general admission seats located in the first rows of the theater. A full bar is available.
Planning on dinner before the show? Our museum café Lickety Split rolls out a menu of favorites including Vermont black bean burgers, angus burgers, tasty paninis, quiche, and an array of fresh salads featuring field greens, goat cheese, and grilled pineapple, all priced at $10 or less.
This program is supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
photo: Kevin Yatarola