The day the Kingston-born chart topper SHAGGY moved to Flatbush as a teenager, it became his destiny to play Celebrate Brooklyn. He is dancehall’s biggest crossover star ever for a reason—his impossibly catchy party anthems are “unabashedly geared toward good times” (MTV). TK Wonder is an electro-hip-hop artist.
First Prize winners of the 7th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in 2011, top prizewinners and Listeners’ Choice Award recipients in the 2011 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and winners of the Alice Coleman Grand Prize at the 60th annual Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in 2006, the internationally acclaimed Attacca ...
Racism, abuse, illness and isolation color the journeys of two sisters and their mother as they navigate the waters of love, loss and liberation. This one-woman show is written and performed by Miata Edoga.
KINEMATIK Dance Theater, a Sadler Well’s Choreography Contest Finalist, under the direction of Svea Schneider, checks into the FringeNYC Festival with an international all-female cast showcasing a selection of its most imaginative creations.
Not only does this annual series feature a gorgeous view of the Hudson River, but kids can also fill their bellies with je & jo ice cream and free popcorn as they settle in for a Friday night family flick. On the lineup this year are recent hits as well ...
In REUNION RUN (military slang for going into combat recklessly), Danny, a troubled inner-city schoolteacher and, Ronnie, an Army captain returning from Iraq, struggle to reassemble their lives as they fall in love. A world premiere play by emerging writer John Doble.
Bright child. Simple father. They're best friends until she outgrows him at age 11, embarrassed by him and herself. Then coming to the realization that dad's brilliant as is. Growing up smarter than your father in a funny factory-working family from Queens. Come simplify yourself. Fringe Festival Award-winner Mary Dimino ...
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.