Saturday, May 5 @ 2:00pm, Sunday, May 6 @ 12:00pmDMACAs part of Duo Theater's participation in the Partners in Preservation grant competition, there will be an open house to explore and celebrate this gorgeous and historical theater! Come join us all weekend, and enjoy the number of FREE, CHEAP & fantastic events curated by Duo Multicultural Arts Center. Get all the info here.
Sunday, May 6 @ 2pmThe Ukrainian MuseumGoodbye, Ukraine!, a Volodymyr Tykhyy series featuring film shorts by Ukrainian filmmakers. Reed (Rusian Batytskyy, 2011), Without GMO (Larysa Artluhina, 2011), The Beard (Dmytro Suholytkyj-Sobchuk, 2011), Hamburg (Volodymyr Tykhyy, 2011), Off I'll Go (Valeriy Shalyha, 2011), Almost Love (Julia Shashkova, 2011), Angel of Death (Volodymyr Tykhyy, 2011).
April 21 - May 20, Wed - Sat @ 8:00pm, Sun (& Sat 5/19) @ 3:00pmThe Metropolitan PlayhouseEdith Wharton's novel of Society heart and heartlessness, adapted with the author by the master of the turn-of-the-century stage, Clyde Fitch. Lily Bart is radiant, witty, and admired--but nearly destitute. Her refusal to marry without love or return 'favors' for the support of married men leaves her at the mercy of her friends...but friendship is a rare commodity in the vicious circus of the New York social set. Preview performances 4/21 - 4/27.
Apr. 28 - May 20, Saturdays & Sundays @ 3:15PMDowntown ArtThe culmination of this 2-part rock musical tracing the lives of an immigrant Romeo and Juliet and the history of the Lower East Side, once the densest place on the face of the earth.The Bowery Wars looks at the history of a city divided: its promise, its corruption, its violence, and its efforts to remake itself. Tickets: Adults $15; Students/Seniors $10
Wednesday, March 14 - Sunday, June 10FABnycFourth Arts Block (FABnyc) presents Ordo Ab Chao by BEAU, as part of ArtUp, FABnyc’s rotating public art program. The outdoor component of the exhibition will feature a panoramic mixed-media mural mounted 14 feet above the sidewalk, on the ArtUp scaffolding bridge at the 70 East 4th Street Cultural Center. BEAU’s mural continues the artist’s ongoing examination into the seemingly chaotic systems of nature and mankind’s attempts to find order within these systems.
Sunday, May 6 @ 5pmThe Ukrainian Museum WATCH THE TRAILER
Ivan, a Societ pilot, is shot down during a sortie and captured by the Germans. After being released from a prisoner-of-war camp, he is returned to the Soviet Union, but instead of being treated as a hero, he is banished to a gulag. Ivan miraculously escapes and winds up in Canada, where he becomes chief of an Indian tribe.
May 3 - 19 @ 7:30pm, & 9:30pm on SaturdaysDixon PlaceSluice and Suzy Q—well past their youth—perform a subterranean pop music concert accompanied by back up singers and a rock band: The Peripherals. They sing original songs that juxtapose pop music and stories of peripheral people who slip by unnoticed but whose lives are unexpectedly deep, colorful, complex, subtle and unique.
"One of those most exceptional experimental theater companies in the country." — American Theater
May 3 - 13, Thu @ 8:00pm, Fri & Sat @ 8pm & 9:30pm, Sun @ 8:00pmPerformance Space 122In this capstone of the acclaimed The Painted Bird trilogy, choreographer Pavel Zuštiak collaborates with composer Christian Frederickson & Ryan Rumery to plunge into assumptions of refuge and home. The urge to survive is inherent, the feeling of otherness is universal and yet reality shifts the minute the desire to belong is turned inside out.
"A vivid, often anguished, imagination shines through in [Zuštiak's] work..." - The New Yorker
Daily @ 10:30pmMind The Art EntertainmentImagine if you will a world unencumbered by the stress of decision-making, a world where you never have to wonder if you made the “right” decision. At pivotal moments in the play, the audience is called upon to break the fourth wall and roll the die on the protagonist’s behalf. Thanks to audience participation, George and his reclusive roommate Rob embark on a comical, strange, and seemingly unpredictable journey. Their fate… Your hands… Roll the DIE.
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