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Mon, February 20, 2012 Free events, free things to do in New York City (NYC)
All events, things to do on February 20, 2012 are free unless otherwise noted.
An extraordinary opportunity for connoisseurs of great music and young talent. An outstanding artist of today discusses and critiques performances by outstanding artists of tomorrow at a world-renowned conservatory.
"News from Underground" is hosted by Mark Crispin Miller, a professor at NYU and author of many books on politics and cultural history. In these tense times, there are many topics of extreme importance that the corporate media tends to ignore or misreport. "News from Underground" is a monthly panel series that deals honestly with these forbidden issues. The special panel will focus on the future of OWS. Panelists include David Graeber (author of Debt), and NYU professors Nicholas Mirzoeff and Andrew Ross.
This is the story of what is perhaps the the worst race riot in the history of the United States that many people have never even heard of. On May 30th, 1921, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in less than 24 hours, the prosperous African-American section of Greenwood, also known as "Black Wall Street," was completely destroyed. An estimated 300 killed, and over 10,000 people displaced overnight as a 42 square block area of their homes and businesses were burned to the ground by a white mob that had been deputized by the sheriff.
92 min. Q&A with the director.
Second-year singers from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts perform song repertoire in recital with faculty pianists from the Marcus Institute and the Collaborative Piano Department.
THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON is Joe Albano, Emily Morrow, Shawtane Bowen, Kelly Kapron, Dion Flynn, Michael Cirelli, Michael Newman, and Christine DeNoon.
CASH ONLY! is Paul Gutkowski, Dan Hartlet, Beth White, Joanna Flamm, Darcy Burke, Ben Jaeger-Thomas, David Rysdahl, and Sarah Williams.
The Drafts are a non-equity ensemble of actors who are relatively new to the New York theater scene. The Drafts do the hard work of new play development and each month they read new plays from two different emerging playwrights. These original excerpts will leave you wanting more.
HABERDASHER is Patrick Cucuta, Ryan Stadler, Anna Moore, Kevin Kelly, Devin Horne, Kindel Ingham, Nicole Ayache, and Evan Leed.
1-800-LONDON is Jason Specland, Colin Longstaff, James Coker, Michael Greene, Kathryn Dunn, Suni Reyes, Amy Albert, and Greg Wilker.
A night of storytelling for the New York City life. Hosted by Matt Dellapina and including a range of musical, comedic, and visual guest artists, the evening aims to replenish the intricate charms and mysteries that first brought you to this island off the edge of America. Brought to you by SLANT Theatre Project.
Leap — and then look! — into the newest open-improv session. Base Jam lets improv students of all stripes to jump head-first into the wonderful and frightening world of long-form improvisation. Let’s face it: Getting better at improv is about flight hours — the time spent on a stage, in a scene, in front of people — leaping first, and then looking for a place to land. Or to keep flying. Hosted by Gary DeNoia and Keith Huang.
Michelle Wolf and Erin Lennox host this FREE stand up open mic every Monday night at 11PM. Sign up and you can be part of the show! Each week Michelle & Erin (and special guests) will be joined by additional acts whose names will be drawn from the golden bowl of destiny. FRESH gives you the chance to work that new joke or rework an oldie but goodie. This show is FREE for all audiences.