Experience a virtual train ride on Metro-North Railroad’s Hudson Line in the Museum’s R42 Screening Room. With sights and sounds rushing past, we’ll assign conductors, ticket punchers, and station announcers, as we tell stories and speed along the tracks on a magical journey north!For all ages.
A returning festival favorite, They Might Be Giants released its 16th studio album, Nanobots, earlier this year and closes Celebrate Brooklyn's season. The duo picked the brass-and-drum trio Moon Hooch as its opening act.
The Woolworth Building had friendly dog gargoyles. During a quick tour of the exhibition “Woolworth Building @ 100,” kids will seek out the Woolworth Building’s details of fanciful architectural ornament and then create their own sculptures! Ages 3-10.
It's a summer day during Bush's reign, and Nick is determined to save the world, score some pot, make Soo-Min his girlfriend, and have his LaVeyan Satanist brother talk his best friend Alberto out of enlisting. Sheeple is about what to do when "everything you know is wrong."
An infamous assassin facing a midlife crisis pays a surprise visit to a pacifist therapist as she’s about to leave for spin class. She stays. He recovers his lost humanity, and she discovers her inner ninja.
Author and actor Thom Vernon performs and adaptation of his novel, "The Drifts," to tackle the consequences of gender, and the meanings applied to bodies in a Southern small town. Characters include a trans-dad, a bitter pregnant housewife, her cheating husband and his butch lover.
A King and Queen declare divorce, launching their servants into a slapstick frenzy as the kingdom busts apart like a firecracker. Two actors play six madcap characters in this irreverent, whirling-dervish farce. Grab hold...and let the Royal Tug-of-War begin! Come join us at FringeNYC 2013 for this zany, thoughtful ...
In this adaptation of Brazilian author Jorge Amado's work, Doña Flor misses her late husband's passionate intimacy. When she re-marries a somewhat dull, but reliable pharmacist, magical realism allows her to live with her two husbands at once.
OPERAnauts plan a New York premiere performance now with performances in Congo as the end goal, and are gathering sponsors and partners now to build and perform in a way that Congolese audiences would value – portable, economical and elegant.