NEW YORK-- The Schimmel Center at Pace University recently announced the 2016-2017 season celebrating the best in comedy, bluegrass, music, lecture, dance, family programming and more.
Highlights of the season include popular NPR comedian Paula Poundstone in a one-night only performance. The Hillbenders, fresh from South by Southwest music festival, perform a critically acclaimed bluegrass take on The Who’s Tommy; Singer/Songwriter Rob Mathes brings his critically acclaimed Holiday Concert to Manahattan; the American Showstoppers series celebrates its fifth smash season with programs dedicated to the works of Frank Loesser and Kander & Ebb; Storm Large & Le Bonheur perform cabaret classics, and the critically acclaimed New York Theatre Ballet reveals a new Legends and Visionaries performance.
Fulbright Senior Scholar Award winner Dr. Janetta Rebold Benton returns with her popular Art History Alive series; bluegrass favorites The Steeldrivers perform Grammy ®-Award- winning favorites; a Halloween weekend screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and many more.
The Schimmel Center is located at One Pace Plaza in Manhattan, with its entrance on Spruce Street.