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A musical worth melting for! If you loved the movie "Frozen," you’ll love seeing Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf come to life on stage to tell the timeless tale of two sisters who are pulled apart by a mysterious secret. Of course, there’s the classic song “Let It Go,” plus many new numbers for this new production.
The exhibition portrays the life and work of the famous 1960s graphic artist MC Escher.
Visitors marvel at homemade gingerbread houses made entirely of edible gingerbread, royal icing, and candy. The houses are drafted, designed, baked, planned, built and decorated by creator Jon Lovitch over the course of an entire year. GingerBread Lane has won the Guinness World Record for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 for the largest gingerbread village.
In addition to the Escher works on display, the exhibition includes scientific experiments, play areas and educational resources that will help visitors of all ages to understand the impossible perspectives, disquieting images and seemingly irreconcilable universes which Escher combined to create a unique artistic dimension.
The new exhibit will amaze visitors as they journey through nine galleries breathtakingly eye-to-eye with sharks, rays and hundreds of species of ocean wildlife. As you explore the exhibit, the wondrous world deep below the ocean surface is revealed, whether it is in the Coral Reef Tunnel, The New York Bight or the dark and mysterious Hudson Canyon’s Edge with large sand tiger sharks, sandbar …
New York blog Best Dressed Plate is presenting the Caribbean Holiday “Guest Chef” series in partnership with United Nations Delegates Dining Room. Chefs from the Bahamas, Haiti and Jamaica will be featured.
Come to the inaugural “Winterfest,” a six week event that transforms the museum’s grounds into a wonderland, featuring winter activities, holiday shopping from local and international vendors, and cultural programs. Attractions include:
The 68th annual ceremony will feature Grace Chorale of Brooklyn and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.
The Cumbe: Center For African and Diaspora Dance is hosting a six week dance workshop from now until December, and students can donate up to $5-$30, or more for classes to help make dance more accessible.
Historian John Strausbaugh will discuss his book, "Victory City: A History of New York and New Yorkers during World War II."
Three short films that explore the boundaries between filmmaking, cinematography, and black box theatre.
In The Prisoner, writer Peter Brook and his longtime collaborator, Marie-Hélène Estienne examine the complexities of crime, justice, and compassion in a breathtaking new international production.
Lisa Clair’s subversive dark comedy takes a look at America’s history of white patriarchy, imperialism, and sexism through the lens of the classic 1933 film "King Kong."
St. Ann’s Warehouse presents a Good Chance Theatre co-production with the National Theatre and Young Vic. Meet the hopeful, resilient residents of The Jungle – the short-lived, self-governing society that emerged within a sprawling refugee camp in Calais, France.
Obie winner Andrew Schneider’s live theater performance integrates video mapping, lighting, and three-dimensional sound spatialization to reveal everyday human narratives hidden in plain sight.
This performance brings together video mapping, innovative lighting and 3D sound spatialization to uncover everyday human stories hidden in plain sight.
The weekly comedy show moves to Wednesday! Tonight’s show features Emma Willmann, Sonia Denis, Doug Smith, and more.
Stand-up comedian, actress, author, and creator Jenny Slate will perform a comedy set.
Developmental biologist Ruth Lehmann explores the mysterious lives of cells and their role in reproduction.
Comedians, actors, and writers take on the theme of fighting back, with all proceeds going to Emily’s List, which works to elect more women to public office.
Hosted by Santa Claus (aka Matt Little), and featuring: Becky Chicoine, Shannon Coffey, Rob Hugel, Hannah Solow, and Harry Terjanian.
The comedians join the owner of Quimby’s NYC, Steven Svymbersky, to sign "The 25 Most Important Years in Dutch History," a book about the improv troupe in the Netherlands they were all part of.
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