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  • 03
    03.March.Wednesday

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.03.03

    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF
    By Terry Teachout

    A one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his long standing relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him.

    More information, including memberships and single performance streams, at americanstage.org/satchmo

  • 04
    04.March.Thursday

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.03.04

    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF
    By Terry Teachout

    A one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his long standing relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him.

    More information, including memberships and single performance streams, at americanstage.org/satchmo

  • 05
    05.March.Friday

    8:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.03.05

    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF
    By Terry Teachout

    A one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his long standing relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him.

    More information, including memberships and single performance streams, at americanstage.org/satchmo

  • 06
    06.March.Saturday

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2021.03.06

    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF
    By Terry Teachout

    A one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his long standing relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him.

    More information, including memberships and single performance streams, at americanstage.org/satchmo

  • 06
    06.March.Saturday

    8:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.03.06

    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF
    By Terry Teachout

    A one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his long standing relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him.

    More information, including memberships and single performance streams, at americanstage.org/satchmo

  • 07
    07.March.Sunday

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2021.03.07

    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF
    By Terry Teachout

    A one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his long standing relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him.

    More information, including memberships and single performance streams, at americanstage.org/satchmo

  • 29
    29.March.Monday

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.03.29

    On March 12, 2020, audiences and artists joined together for the final preview performance of Natalie Symons’ poignant family comedy, “The People Downstairs.” Now, American Stage Members are invited to virtually step back into the theatre for this funny, heartwarming play that is still awaiting its world premiere opening. This very special recorded performance of the last production presented to a live audience will be made available to American Stage Members only. Patrons can still become members by visiting americanstage.org/membership

  • 30
    30.March.Tuesday

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.03.30

    On March 12, 2020, audiences and artists joined together for the final preview performance of Natalie Symons’ poignant family comedy, “The People Downstairs.” Now, American Stage Members are invited to virtually step back into the theatre for this funny, heartwarming play that is still awaiting its world premiere opening. This very special recorded performance of the last production presented to a live audience will be made available to American Stage Members only. Patrons can still become members by visiting americanstage.org/membership

  • 31
    31.March.Wednesday

    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.03.31

    On March 12, 2020, audiences and artists joined together for the final preview performance of Natalie Symons’ poignant family comedy, “The People Downstairs.” Now, American Stage Members are invited to virtually step back into the theatre for this funny, heartwarming play that is still awaiting its world premiere opening. This very special recorded performance of the last production presented to a live audience will be made available to American Stage Members only. Patrons can still become members by visiting americanstage.org/membership