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Friday, April 25 (See map view)

New show from children’s theater company Paper Bag Players combining classic numbers and brand-new ditties. 10 am, Noon.

Archival photo exhibition showing construction and early operation of the 74th Street Powerhouse. 10 am–4 pm.

Memorial Sloan Kettering will provide free head and neck cancer screenings at the Brooklyn Infusion Center. 10 am–1 pm.

A closely-curated selection of food books and periodicals, salon-style talks with chefs and authors. 10:30 am–8 pm.

All new show featuring world-class acts including Chinese aerialists, pretzel twisting contortionists, pampered pooches, ferocious tigers and more. 10:30 am and 7:30 pm.

Group show featuring work from Regina Bogat, Catherine Cullen, Craig Olson, and Mary Schrilio. 11 am–6 pm.

The first survey on the East Coast of the artist’s early career. 11 am–6 pm.

The first North American survey of the work of the provocative Chinese conceptual artist, sculptor, photographer, filmmaker, and activist. 11 am–6 pm.

Exhibition that explores how artists expressed the Civil Rights era. 11 am–6 pm.

Swoon creates a site-specific installation in the museum’s rotunda gallery. 11 am–6 pm.

Children 5 years and older explore a new style each week. 11:30 am.

See work from more than 100 artists who have donated work in support of Kentler Gallery’s annual benefit, May 17. Noon–5 pm.

How many trees are in the park? find out when members of the alliance teach the aspects of the importance of trees, games, crafts and an exhibit. Noon–4 p m.

Selected works by Pratt second-year M.F.A. candidates, curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud. Noon–6 pm.

Concurrent solo exhibitions of work by Stephen Paul and Daniel Genova. Noon–6 pm.

Group exhibition about landscape, image, and our interaction with both. 1–7 pm.

Peter Le Grand’s infrared nude photographs shot over the course of more than two decades. 1–6 pm.

Multi-channel video installation by Erik Moskowitz and Amanda Trager. 1–6 pm.

New work from four visual artists working with graphic and comic conventions and devices. 1–5 pm.

1941 film directed by William Wyler. 2 pm.

Lines drawn on the floor create a transitional zone between different types of spaces, areas and their edges. 2 pm–6 pm.

Children enjoy 40 minutes of song, stories and guitar music 2:30 pm.

Theatre for a New Audience performs Shakespeare’s play. 7:30 pm.

Friends take a weekend getaway; a dark secret binds them together, but a revelation threatens to tear them apart. World premiere. 8 pm.

Family drama for teens and up, written by Angelica Chéri. 8 pm.

A historical, psychedelic look at the Donner Party, snowbound pioneers who resorted to cannibalism to survive the winter of 1846-47. 8 pm.

"Center Stage" screening and panel discussion with “Astonish Me” author Maggie Shipstead and Nylon Magazine’s Mallory Rice. 8 pm.

Pixies frontman Black Francis and co-author Josh Frank celebrate their new novel, "The Good Inn." 8 pm.

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