The Daily Shortlist August 5

Stephen Rae plays a Western art dealer looking for Authenticity in Sam Shepards Kicking a Dead Horse

Location: East Village, NYC
Theater: Kicking a Dead Horse
Show time: Tues 7:00 PM, Wed – Fri 8:00 PM, Sat 2:00 & 8:00 PM, Sun 3:00 & 7:00 PM; Through August 10
Venue: Public Theater
Food: Oyama
Drink: Grassroots Tavern
Miscellaneous: Mud Cafe

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Sam Shepard returns to the Public Theater directing his new play Kicking a Dead Horse, starring Stephen Rae as a western art dealer alone in the desert with a dead horse in a doomed search for the authentic west. With sushi that’s 50 percent off all the time, you might think, “Something’s wrong with that?” but the fish is good and the rolls are inventive, making this one of the best low-priced sushi joints in the city. Though St. Marks all of a sudden lost its charm, Grassroots Tavern hasn’t. This large dive bar has cheap drinks, darts in the back, and old men behind the bar, things a good dive bar should have. Excellent coffee served in a big mug and a healthy menu of food coupled with a year round enclosed outdoor backyard patio make Mud Cafe a great little coffee shop in the area.

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