|Start Date and Time||Event Details
|All Day ||Weekends - 78-Hour Salespersons' License Pre-qualifying Course (Multi-Day Event)
78-Hour Salespersons' License Pre-qualifying Course. School exam is given during the final three hours. Students must also pass the New York State Department of State licensing exam and obtain Real Estate Broker sponsorship for licensure. Prerequisite: None
NCP600004 - $475.00
Instructor: Staff, Baruch
10 Sessions 9:00:00 AM - 5:45:00 PM
SAT/SUN 7/12/2014 - 8/10/2014
To register click here
and enter code NCP6000 into the search box
|8:00 PM - 10:30 PM ||Taming of the Shrew
Baruch Performing Arts Center and TGW Acting Studio presents
Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare
directed by Thomas G. Waites
Click here to buy tickets.
summer, Tom Waites will present Taming of the Shrew, a happy comedy of "courtship" and "romance," and one of Shakespeare’s most admired
plays. Taming of the Shrew opens July 10 and runs through August 3, 2014 at
Baruch Performing Arts Center’s Rose Nagelberg Theater at 55 Lexington Ave
at 25th Street. General Admission tickets are $35 and student and senior tickets are $15 (only available at Baruch Box Office)!
Waites recently was noted national critical acclaim for his short film
Pandora’s Box, winning Best Director and Best Screenplay for the Short
Film Contest at Atlantic City Film Festival. The internationally acclaimed
actress Francis Fisher (The Titanic, The Lincoln Lawyer, House of Sand
and Fog) won Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film, and Joe
Mantegna (Criminal Minds) was nominated for Best Actor.
Baruch Performing Arts Center is proud to present
this work and many past and future works by Tom Waites, a
Juilliard-trained theater professional. Don’t miss it!
|8:00 PM - 11:00 PM ||U.S. National Pole Championships
Friday, August 1-Sunday, August 3, 2014
See Day of Event Schedules HERE!!
Purchase Your Tickets TODAY!!
Come watch performers in:
5 skill levels
4 age groups
Sport Organization was created by pole dancers with experience in
mainstream pole competitions in order to bring the opportunity to
perform and receive feedback to a wider range of dancers.
offer a variety of events designed to inspire and challenge dancers at
all skill levels to express their artistic and athletic abilities. The
decision to structure Pole Sport Organization performances in a
competition format rather than as a show stems from the desire to offer
feedback to the performers from judges from throughout the pole and
dance communities to assist each dancer in their own pole [r]Evolution.
day-long competition offers multiple events to challenge the performers
and showcase their abilities with subdivisions based on skill level,
age, and gender where practicable.