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New York 2015 ISPA Congress - ISPA Out on the Town


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ISPA Out on the Town

So what’s an ISPA delegate to do once the Congress is over? We’ve rounded up a few exciting options for ISPA congress delegates to enjoy on Thursday evening, January 15th, for our first-ever edition of “ISPA Out on the Town!”

Grab your new contact or an old ISPA friend, and check out the options listed below. From discounted Broadway tickets, to a free concert at Lincoln Center, to a closing party at globalFEST we’re sure we’ve got something for everyone. Please note all ISPA Out on the Town activities require advance sign-up. See additional details below.

1. Discounted Broadway Shows & NYC Attractions

  • Available January 10th – 18th
  • Times & Locations vary by Show
  • Tickets Prices Variable by Show 
  • Click to learn more

2. Emeline Michel presented in association with globalFEST

  • At Joe’s Pub
  • 9:30 pm EST on January 15th
  • Tickets $18 + Free globalFEST dance party at the Public Theater at 11:30 pm
  • Click to learn more

3. Jill Sobule: Music from Yentl Featuring Isle of Klezbos (Lincoln Center Commission)

  • At David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
  • 7:30 pm EST on January 15th
  • Tickets Free for ISPA Delegates
  • Click to learn more

1. Discounted Broadway Shows & NYC Attractions

We've secured discounts to a variety of Broadway shows, local attractions, and restaurants. All of the prices and services detailed in the below web link are available exclusively to the delegates of the New York 2015 ISPA Congress, Dynamic Leadership: Creating the Future. Many of the prices on this site are 10% to 20% off the regular ticket price.

>>Browse special discount Broadway ticket offers & NYC attractions

If you have any problems when using this link above, please contact All sales made through this website are final, no exchanges or refunds. ISPA assumes no liability or responsibility for transactions through this site.

2. Emeline Michel presented in association with globalFEST + Free After Party at the Public Theater

- Thursday, January 15th at 9:30 pm (Doors at 9 pm)
- Joe’s Pub
- Tickets are $18 and can be purchased through the Joe’s Pub website

Emeline MichelEmeline Michel is the reigning queen of Haitian song. A captivating performer, versatile vocalist, accomplished dancer, songwriter and producer, Emeline has recorded and appeared on concert stages throughout the Caribbean, Europe, North & South America, and Africa for the past 15 years, including Joe's Pub in the Park and globalFEST. Learn more about Emeline on her website here.

"As her band delved into regional styles from voodoo drumming to the lilt of the urban compass, her voice kept revealing new aspects - serene and breathy, sharp and percussive, warmly declamatory or nearly operatic - as she soared above the beat like a dancing ambassador." -NY Times

Following the Concert, ISPA members are invited to join a free after-party with a DJ in the Public Theatre beginning at 11 pm! Please note, all tickets must be purchased through the Joe's Pub website and are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

>> Purchase tickets for the Emeline Michel Concert on the Joe's Pub website

3. Jill Sobule: Music from Yentl Featuring Isle of Klezbos (Lincoln Center Commission)

- Thursday, January 15th at 7:30 pm (Doors at 7 pm)
- David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
- Tickets are free for ISPA delegates by signing up on the ISPA website here
- Deadline to sign-up is 5:00 pm on Wednesday, January 14th

Jill Sobule: Music from Yentl Featuring Isle of KlezbosBased on Isaac Bashevis Singer’s short story “Yentl the Yeshiva Boy” Adapted for the stage by Leah Napolin and Isaac Bashevis Singer With new music and lyrics composed by Jill Sobule, additional music by Robin Eaton

As a girl in 19th Century Eastern Europe, Yentl is forbidden to pursue her dream of studying Talmud. Unwilling to accept her fate, she disguises herself as a man. But when she falls in love, Yentl must decide how far she’s willing to go to protect her identity. Invigorated with a bracing klezmer/pop/rock score from Jill Sobule (the original “I Kissed a Girl,” “Supermodel”), Yentl asks up-to-the-minute questions about gender and sexuality.

“Yentl offers sweetness and laughter with a modern twist” – Sarasota Herald Tribune

Learn more about Isle of Klezbos on their official website here.

>> Sign up for the Jill Sobule: Music from Yentl Concert 

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