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A dog-friendly comedy show with Josh Gondelman, Shalewa Sharpe, Ana Fabrega, and more.
A workshop introducing the street dance style of vogue to participants at all levels of dance experience, grounding the form as a tool for resistance and queer liberation. This workshop is wheelchair accessible.
The Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra performs.
UnitedHealthcare hosts a series of health and wellness educational events to help seniors and other Medicare beneficiaries learn more about Medicare and their health care coverage options. With music from the Persuasions.
A live evening Dax Shepard’s popular interview podcast (guest to be announced).
Learn to sing in a fun, supportive atmosphere!
Benji Hart performs "World After This One (work in progress)," which combines vogueing, bomba, and gospel music. NIC Kay continues their ongoing project “Get Well Soon.”
The artist will tour and discuss her new work.
Music by the jazz icon, synthesizing ancient Vedic texts through classical, gospel, and jazz influences.
This memorial was built in the center of Fort Greene Park in 1908 as a tribute to the 11,000 men, women, and children who died on British prison ships during the Revolutionary War.
A collaboration with A Blade of Grass (ABOG), this program will feature a performance by Maria Hupfield, FIELDWORKS film screenings featuring four ABOG fellows, and a panel discussion with Stephanie Dinkins, Mary Mattingly, and Maria Hupfield.
A panel discussion exposing how environmental extraction is often tied to colonial violence against Indigenous peoples.
Thrills, Chills, & Trills at the annual spookfest - This fun, family-friendly Halloween activity is filled with thrills, costumes, candy, and especially music. Guests will be led through four stories of spookily decorated floors with a "shtick-or-treat" waiting for them by BMS’ students and faculty. The event will kick off with a performance in BMS’s Landmark Historical Theater featuring …
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