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All events, things to do on Thursday, February 23, 2012 are free unless otherwise noted.
Screening |
Starring Mackenzie Astin, Jurnee Smollett and Clifton Powell. In 1965, during the turbulent early days of the right-to-vote movement, a young Alabama schoolgirl is inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to resist the degradation that her fellow African Americans are suffering. Along with a White seminary student from the North, and against the ever-increasing threat of racial violence, she promises to do what she can to help Dr. King's efforts. 89 min.
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Tour |
Explore the Cathedral's newly cleaned and restored Nave. Learn about the art, architecture and history of this great sacred space from 1892 to the present.
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$6
Tour |
Learn about central banking functions that Federal Reserve System performs and see Bank's vault of international monetary gold on bedrock of Manhattan Island, five stories below street level. Learn why Federal Reserve has "Federal" in its name, while it's a private bank, not Federal at all. Congressman Ron Paul considers the Federal Reserve "both corrupt and unconstitutional" Tour times: 11:15 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:15 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:15 p.m., and 4:00 p.m.
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Workshop |
Barry Cohen, CUNY Employment Coordinator, discusses the “hidden” techniques and strategies you need to ace that next job interview.
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Concert |
This Organ Meditations Series features the keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
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Park Walk |
Walk through a scenic area on the western edge of the Park, much of which is off the beaten track for most visitors. See rolling meadows, lake views, bridges of different styles, and a garden with flowers and plants mentioned by Shakespeare.
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Other |
Please bring with you your Scrabble set (be sure it has all 100 tiles!), a Scrabble dictionary and, of course, a love of the game! Join the fun and meet new friends!
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Screening |
Featuring films by and about Native Americans. At 1pm and 3pm.
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Gallery Talk |
A 45-minute in-depth look at the exhibition.
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Concert |
Composer Tom Cipullo’s works have been heard at major concert halls on four continents. He has received commissions from SongFest at Pepperdine, the Mirror Visions Ensemble, the Joy in Singing, Sequitur, Cantori New York, tenor Paul Sperry, soprano Hope Hudson, mezzo-soprano Mary Ann Hart, the Five Boroughs Music Festival, pianist Jeanne Golan, and the New York Festival of Song. He has received awards and fellowships from Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Copland House, the Oberpfaelzer Kuenstlerhaus (Bavaria), and ASCAP.
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Tour |
Explore the Cathedral's newly cleaned and restored Nave. Learn about the art, architecture and history of this great sacred space from 1892 to the present.
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$6
Gallery Talk |
Life is not lived in black and white: reality may have the tinge of dreams and dreams an air of reality. This provocative tension exists between the experiential nature of early American folk art and the fantastical imagery it often displays—between what is real and what is imagined. The same is true of the work of contemporary self-taught artists, which may introduce unique—and sometimes puzzling—expressions that illuminate the iconoclastic nature that is the flip side of the collective American psyche. The viewer is placed in the peculiar but exhilarating position of deciding for him- or herself whether the artwork expresses a disjuncture with reality or an uninhibited embracing of interior life. After all, what is more true, the picture that looks real or the picture that feels real; the observer or the observed?
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Screening |
A cinematic musical romp with Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. A short film will precede the feature. Films to be announced soon.
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Dance Performance |
Noritoshi Hirakawa creates performances, photography and films that explore the hidden social structures and desires that often go unrecognized or are sublimated and that he perceives as essential to what it means to be human. He exposes the unspoken, private moments of human interaction that we as a society repress, thereby liberating what remains fantasy for most people. As choreographer of an action or performance, Hirakawa is himself spectator, although there is an implicit interaction between the artist and the performers. We, the audience, also become complicit in the action, the liberation, as it were, of the private moment in the public eye. Noritoshi Hirakawa was born in Fukuoka, Japan in 1960 and has lived and worked in New York since the mid-nineties. He has exhibited extensively at museums and galleries internationally and his work is included in the collections of the Centre Pompidou, Paris; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; and the Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, among many others.
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Workshop |
This class will be a lecture/demonstration. Explore more advanced search features of the database EBSCOhost to find full-text articles from thousands of magazines, newspapers, and journals.
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Discussion |
Join faculty and friends of the Religious Studies program for a round table on “lived religion,” one of the most exciting frontiers of current research and reflection. Barbra Clayton will report on field work with a Canadian forestry community seeking to live out a Buddhist environmentalism. Jeffrey Israel will explore the importance of humor to lived Jewish ethics in America. And faculty member Mark Larrimore will present examples of creativity and compromise from queer Christian experience in New York City.
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Workshop |
A beginning level Chess gaming group for all ages. Other games considered as well.
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Workshop |
Do you feel overwhelmed by the possessions, papers and piles that have taken over your life and space? Don't know how or where to start to make changes? You're not alone. Join the NYPL Clutter Support Group, an educational support group for individuals who are struggling with clutter and disorganization. The Clutter Support Group will be a member-based group facilitated by organizing expert AJ Miller. The group will meet on alternating Thursdays to address clutter and disorganization related issues and offer support, information, tips and techniques to combat clutter and become better organized. Open to people of all ages with any degree of disorganization.
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Book Discussion |
Get the neighborhood read. Check out what the librarian has recommended, and hear what others think about it.
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Screening |
Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough, the young designers behind the edgy and elegant Proenza Schouler label, prepare to debut their Fall 2009 line. Anna Wintour loves them, the models walk for free, and New York is at their feet. How do they deal with the pressure? 52 min. In French with English subtitles. Followed by a Q&A with the director.
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Discussion |
Media reports document the continuing expansion and privatization of immigrant detention centers and the violation of immigrants’ rights throughout the process of detention and deportation. How does long-term detention affect individuals and their families? Can the immigration system do a better job of balancing the nation’s professed commitment to human rights with concerns about law enforcement and border security?
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Concert |
Pianists from the Collaborative Piano Department perform vocal repertoire with singers from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts.
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Workshop |
Theodore Henderson teaches you straightforward non-technical techniques to help you build your personal brand or grow your small business online via Social Media.
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Workshop |
An open-level yoga with a certified instructor! Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your yoga mat or a beach towel. All participants must sign a waiver form before they join in. For adults 18+.
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Lecture |
This lecture welcomes Paula Z. Segal, a New York City-­based lawyer and activist who is collaborating on #whoOWNSspace, a campaign to reopen Zuccotti Park, birthplace of the Occupy Wall Street protests, to the public.
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Opening Reception |
Over the past decade, Millett has built miniature, house-like structures. The exteriors mimicked a variety of architectural styles and the interiors were, in most cases, surreal single rooms without human inhabitants. The viewer bent down and peered in through the windows to view dreamlike vignettes. Photographs of these interior scenes often accompanied the sculptures and provided additional access to the miniature spaces. For the last few years, Millett has focused on expanding the surreal interiors to exist on a human scale—installations to be inhabited. In Portraits of an Escape, we once again encounter installation and sculpture. In addition, Millett introduces a series of two-dimensional works with a focus on exteriors. Through collage, Millett directly references previous bodies of work by using the photographs of earlier sculptural interiors to create newly imagined facades. Her former structures are literally turned inside out. Through drawing, once-static buildings are depicted as hybrid houseboat structures, indicating transience, restlessness, and a departure from fixed references. While Millett has referred to escape and movement in previous pieces, this body of work is literally depicted as floating—untethered and morphing into something entirely new. Adia Millett was born in Los Angeles and received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. In 2001, she moved to NY for the prestigious Whitney Museum ISP and a Studio Museum in Harlem residency. Millett has been a standout in NY exhibitions including “Greater New York” at PS1 and “Freestyle” at the Studio Museum in Harlem. She’s also been included in exhibitions at the Barbican Gallery in London; The Studio Museum in Harlem (four times); The California African American Museum, Los Angeles; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta; and the Santa Monica Museum of Art. She’s been written about in Art in America, Artforum, and other major publications including a lengthy piece in Ebony. Other residencies include Headlands (2007); The Nest, Oakland (2009); and Threewalls, Chicago (2010). Millett currently lives in Oakland, CA.
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Opening Reception |
Inspired by recent travels to Newfoundland and Antarctica, Lisa Lebofsky’s newest body of work is an exploration of nature in its most raw form. The images are rendered with thin layers of oil paint applied onto sanded aluminum. The metal is left exposed to produce a unifying luminescence that can either permeate each painting, or, if viewed at precise angles, obliterate the image. This fluctuating luster mimics the subtle movements of light experienced in nature. Images of reverie such as tidal waters, deep forests and ephemeral clouds are prominently featured — the cusp of infinite space and contemplation. New York painter Lisa Lebofsky has her MFA in painting from the New York Academy of Art and BFA in metals from SUNY New Paltz. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally. Among several awards and residencies, she is a recent recipient of the Platte Clove Artist in Residence Program in the Catskill Mountains of New York. This is Lebofsky’s first solo show in New York City.
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Opening Reception |
For his third solo show at the gallery, van den Boog pushes the limits of portraiture by directly confronting emotion head-on by way of large-scale paintings of faces. Oil and acrylic paint make up the flesh tones and fine facial details while abstract strokes in rust tones, cerulean blues and greens are chemically etched into the cold lead surfaces becoming a powerful metaphor for the internal scars we all possess. Shown: "Remember, remember, this is now, and now, and now" / 2011 / Acrylic, oil and rust on lead mounted on wood / 75" x 59"
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Opening Reception |
Kunin’s sculptures combine elements of flora and fauna that showcase nature’s sublime beauty and dark, destructive power. Forms such as shells, flowers, octopi, snakes and butterflies create anthropomorphic amalgamations that exist as both freestanding and wall-mounted works. Referencing cabinets of curiosity, these works draw together wonders of the natural world, and re-present them as their own inquisitive constructions. Inspired by Bernard Palissy’s platters cast directly from plants and animals and Arcimboldo’s still life portraiture, Kunin continues to reinterpret this tradition of assemblage and nature morte. At once visually striking and grotesque, these works shape obscure miniature worlds, surreal portraits and artificial hybrids of nature. Julia Kunin lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She received her B.A. from Wellesley College and an M.F.A. from Rutgers University. In 2002, a solo exhibition of her work was mounted at the Deutches Leder Museum in Offenbach, Germany. Kunin was the recipient of the 2010 Trust for Mutual Understanding Grant, the 2008 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and The John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Artist Residency in 2007.
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Staged Reading |
July 2006. An ailing Fidel Castro has transferred power to his brother and Miami celebrates the possible end to his dictatorship. For the Calderons, a family of Cuban Jews, it is not so simple. The patriarch of the family is writing a tell-all book, revealing his involvement in the anti-Castro movement and the mysterious death of his wife. He does so at the perfect time - just when his daughter is running for public office and just as tension between his two sons grow over a fiancée who finds herself entangled with both.
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Lecture |
The scholarly discussion of Plato’s conception of friendship has mostly focused on one dialogue, the Lysis, where Plato considers a notion of loving friendship, which is related to that of eros, and like the latter constituted by desire. With Damian Caluori.
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Lecture |
A talk by Nina Berman, Professor of Comparative Studies at Ohio State University. Her publications include German Literature on the Middle East: Discourses and Practices, 1000-1989 and Impossible Missions? German Economic, Military, and Humanitarian Efforts in Africa.
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Talk |
Susan Bee is co-editor of M/E/A/N/I/N/G: An Anthology of Artist’s Writings, Theory, and Criticism (Duke University Press, 2000) and co-editor of M/E/A/N/I/N/G Online. She has published many artists’ books, including collaborations with Susan Howe and Johanna Drucker. In addition to numerous solo and group shows, her artwork is included in the collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, The New York Public Library and Harvard University Library.
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Discussion |
A conversation with Shirin Saeidi and Kristin Soraya Batmanghelichi. Most feminist studies of post-1979 Iran focus on the legal setbacks that women encountered and their collective strategies for regaining the formal grounds they lost with the establishment of an Islamic Republic in Iran. Iranian women’s studies should not, however, only examine social movements and elite political action in its effort to decipher the post-revolutionary state. Researchers must also account for nonelite and individual political action in different spheres of daily life. This conversation examines conceptualizations and enactments of citizenship and nation-building in Iran from the 1980s to the present, highlighting the interplay between popular political interventions in local sites and the Islamic Republic’s state-building agendas since 1979 and engendering debates regarding the urgency in continually reconsidering and reinventing methodological approaches used in Iranian studies.
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Poetry Reading |
Anne Waldman was born in Millville, New Jersey, in 1945. Recently deemed a “counter-cultural giant” by Publisher’s Weekly, Waldman is a poet, performer, professor, editor, and cultural activist. From 1966 until 1978, Waldman ran the St. Mark's Poetry Project in New York, and in 1974, together with Allen Ginsberg, co-founded the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She is the author of more than 40 books and has concentrated on the long poem as a cultural intervention with such projects as Marriage: A Sentence, Structure of The World Compared to a Bubble, Manatee/Humanity (all published by Penguin Poets) and the anti-war feminist epic The Iovis Trilogy: Colors in the Mechanism of Concealment (Coffee House Press, 2011). Her numerous anthologies include Nice to See You: Homage to Ted Berrigan, and the co-edited collections Civil Disobediences, The Angel Hair Anthology, and Beats at Naropa. She has recently collaborated with artist Pat Steir on CRY STALL GAZE, which will be published by Brodsky Center, Rutgers University in 2012. Her CD The Milk of Universal Kindness, with music by Ambrose Bye, was released in 2011. Waldman is a recipient of numerous awards and honors including the Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Memorial Award, and has recently been appointed a Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets. Waldman is the Artistic Director of the Summer Writing Program at Naropa University, the first Buddhist inspired university on the North American continent, and divides her time between Boulder and New York City. Lee Ann Brown was born in Tokyo, raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, and received her MFA in poetry from Brown University. She is the author of Polyverse, The Sleep That Changed Everything, and The Voluptuary Lion Poems of Spring, and is the publisher of Tender Buttons press, publishing experimental poetry by women. Brown has held fellowships with Teachers & Writers Collaborative, Yaddo, Djerassi, the MacDowell Colony, the Howard Foundation, and the International Center for Poetry in Marseille, France. She currently divides her time between New York City, where she teaches poetry at St. John’s University, and Marshall, North Carolina, where she founded and directs the French Broad Institute (of Time & the River).
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Discussion |
A dialogue on inspiration, belief, freedom, etc. between Emna Zghal (visual artist) and Lisa Binder (Curator at the Museum for African Art). Reception starts at 6:30 with refreshments. Dialogue starts 7pm and continues for about 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A.
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Discussion |
A discussion moderated by Jimmy Owens with Andrew Cyrille (Drums), Joanne Brackeen (Piano), Charli Persip (Drums), Reggie Workman (Bass).
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Conference |
With Jacques Neefs, Professor of French Literature, Johns Hopkins; Professor Emeritus, Université de Paris 8; co-editor, Le Cahier des Charges de La Vie mode d’emploi, by Georges Perec; editor of editions of Madame Bovary and Salammbo. From drafts to final text – if any ­­— the writer has to invent his/her own paths toward the work. The writer’s workshop (sketches, plans, notes, drafts, rewritings, proof corrections) constitutes the laboratory for a genuine style, as well as for the shaping of a work. Materials from 19th and 20th century writers (mostly Stendhal, Balzac, Flaubert, Proust, Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Perec, Beckett) will be used to illustrate different modes of literary invention.
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Book Reading |
Authors Colm Tóibín (The Empty Family) and Belinda McKeon (Solace) come together to discuss their writing.
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Theater |
New York Classical Theatre with Playing Molière. Using their signature performance style, Panoramic Theatre, this unique production of Moliere’s shorter comedies hearkens back to the 17th century playwright’s roots in the Commedia dell’Arte. The characters of Playing Molière, including cuckolded husbands, sneaky servants, demanding fathers, and quick-witted lovers, have inspired an entire generation of physical comedians such as Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and the Marx Brothers.
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Book Reading |
Pulitzer Prize winning New Yorker writer Katherine Boo reads from and signs copies of her dramatic new book about struggling families, Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity.
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Book Reading |
By the prize-winning Polish author of Dreams and Stones, In Red is a gripping cautionary tale in which real and unreal combine explosively, making us question the nature of the work itself. Set in an imaginary fourth partition of Poland, In Red retraces the turbulent history of the twentieth century in a labyrinth of greed, inheritance, and entropy, enacting – word by tremulous word – the claustrophobia of a small town from which there seems to be no escape. Never have Tulli’s trademark precision of language and her crystalline storytelling been put to such brilliant use. Bill Johnston’s translations include Witold Gombrowicz’s Bacacay and Magdalena Tulli’s Dreams and Stones, Moving Parts, and Flaw. His 2008 translation of Tadeusz Rózewicz’s new poems won the inaugural Found in Translation Prize and was shortlisted for the National Book Critics Circle Poetry Award.
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Book Reading |
Nathan Englander, winner of a PEN/Faulkner award, reads from his highly anticipated new story collection, "What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank" (Knopf, 2012). Following his reading will be a conversation moderated by Darin Strauss.
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Opening Reception |
Words from the artist: "My style is a deconstruction of light that allows me to breathe visual abstractions into every form. My work sometimes appears to be a digital production but always remains completely hand crafted. Society is sitting in the middle of digital and analog worlds and that's where I want my artwork to be positioned."
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Jazz |
Rotating student jazz combos in an intimate setting.
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Performance |
Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting presents their once a month curse: Daddy’s Basement: A Comedy Variety Freakshow Stand up! Sketch! Music! Burlesque! Bare Asses WITHOUT poop on them! (maybe!) The best talent in the city.
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$5
Film |
Three Mothers explores Israel’s history through the lives of three Egyptian-born sisters. Triplets Rose, Flora and Yasmin were born into “high society” over 60 years ago in Alexandria, Egypt. Today, they live together in Israel in an apartment without men and children. The film grapples with compelling moral issues, as each struggles with ghosts of the past. 106 min.
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Concert |
A uniquely rewarding experience for music lovers - the freshness and excitement of a solo recital by a gifted young artist at one of the world's leading conservatories.
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Theater |
As the ruins of Troy smolder, its women, exhausted survivors of the Greeks’ rampage, await their fate. Their lamentations and humiliations are the anguished business of this timeless masterpiece of pathos which, even today, thrusts audiences into the suffering of the innocent victims of war.
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Dance Performance |
Original works in a variety of dance styles choreographed by first year M.F.A. students and performed by current students.
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Concert |
The Ruth Moody Band is the latest solo project for The Wailin' Jennys' heralded soprano singer. Ruth's songs are filled with hope and longing and love, with a country/bluegrass flavor that perfectly suits her pure, high-arcing voice. Critics have lauded her ethereal vocals, impressive instrumental talents (guitar, banjo, keyboard), and her talent as a songwriter. She travels with an outstanding band, including Adam Dobres (electric guitar), Adrian Dolan (violin, accordion) and Sam Howard (bass, vocals).
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Performance |
Jeff Cerulli and Adam Glyn’s long running east village stand up comedy show is back and some would say better than ever in a new venue.
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No cover
Performance |
The Scene is a weekly showcase of improvised one act plays. Each week the show features New York’s top improvisers from The PIT, Saturday Night Live, The Colbert Report, The Daily Show, Baby Wants Candy, Second City and more. The Scene is produced and hosted by Dan Hodapp and Micah Sherman.
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$5
Jazz |
A great way to hear some of the most talented young lions of jazz while enjoying spectacular views of Manhattan.
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$5 cover, $5
Performance |
All you need to do is show up. Don’t have an improv group? We’ll put you in one! Have a team then bring them down! Five teams get to play for ten minutes each, and everyone has fun. Work on your skills and meet some great new people. New Team Lunacy, hosted by Erick Hellwig.
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Performance |
The Grass Route is an all star comedy show featuring the best stand up comics in NYC! This isn’t amateur night, these comics are performing for the purpose of an audition tape, so they will bring their A game. Come show your support and possibly be seen in the audience. Highlights from the live event will be broadcast on The Grass Route Comedy Show, an uncensored stand up comedy program meant to give comics a new level of exposure without compromising their creative freedom.
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$5
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Theater | Hysterically funny show directed by Tony®-nominee

Regular: $75; Member: $0.00

Theater | Musical about heroism and love during WWII

Regular: $69.50; Member: $0.00

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