Saturday, June 29th, 3pm & 7pm
Reception at 6pm
Main Street Theatre & Dance Alliance

FADE takes you into The Barbershop, where humor and courage turn violence and injustice into
a redemptive force. Based on the real-life stories of men who use wheelchairs because of
gun violence, FADE delivers realness, resilience and healing with a hip-hop beat.  

Tickets are $20 suggested donation. Half-price tickets for students and Roosevelt Island residents (scroll down). If you cannot afford to make a donation please send a request for a free ticket through our Connect page. 

Become a FADE Future Changemaker Sponsor!
There will be a special Sunday performance and post-show talkback for young people, our Future Changemakers. For this event we're excited to partner with The Fortune Society, H.O.L.L.A!, Island Kids, P.S. 217 and Jacob A Riis Settlement. When checking-out please consider adding to your cart sponsored youth tickets.

A $40 donation covers your admission and sponsors 1 Future Changemaker.
An $80 donation covers your admission and sponsors 3 Future Changemakers.
An $120 donation covers your admission and sponsors 5 Future Changemakers.

If you're a wheelchair user please indicate in dropdown menus below and/or email

Saturday June 29th, 3pm
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Saturday June 29th, 7pm
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Sponsored Youth Tickets

Half-price tickets for students and Roosevelt Island residents.

Saturday June 29th, 3pm
Are you a wheelchair user?

Saturday June 29th, 7pm
Are you a wheelchair user?

FADE is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and administered by LMCC.
Thanks to Angelica Patient Assistance Program, NYC Health + Hospitals/Coler & Roosevelt Island Disabled Association.



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