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Intimacy

Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row

Manhattan Ongoing

Come on a surprising journey with three families in a well-manicured, multi-racial American town. When secrets and sexual desires suddenly explode, pleasant neighborly relations take some shocking and transformative turns. Following his recent fearless and masterful premieres, Burning (New Group 2011) and Job, playwright provocateur Thomas Bradshaw returns to The ...

Introduction to Chinese Scholar’s Gardens

New York Chinese Scholar's Garden

Staten Island Ongoing

As an introduction to the garden, there are audio and video presentations to acquaint the visitor with Chinese culture, as well as written materials that explain the meanings and nuances behind Chinese Scholar’s Gardens.

Introduction to the Greenbelt

Greenbelt Conservancy, Inc.

Staten Island Ongoing

Before setting off on the 35 miles of trails in the  Greenbelt system, it's worth paying a visit to the staffed nature center, which has maps and information on programs and activities, some of which take place at the center. Beautiful wooded grounds surround the center.

Iran do Espírito Santo: Playground

Doris C. Freedman Plaza in Central Park

Manhattan Ongoing

One of Brazil’s most highly regarded contemporary artists, Iran do Espírito Santo (b. 1963) is known for his austere yet sensuous drawings, wall paintings, and sculptures. Playground is his first public work in the United States.

It Happened in Brooklyn: School Program

Brooklyn Historical Society

Brooklyn Ongoing

Students discuss the first interactions between Native Americans and Europeans on this tour of the Brooklyn Historical Society's It Happened in Brooklyn exhibit.

Jersey Boys

August Wilson Theater

Manhattan Ongoing

Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice's award-winning Broadway musical tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons through the groups' hits, including 'Sherry,' 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'My Eyes Adored You.'

Jewtopia Opening

Quad Cinema

Manhattan Ongoing

Jewtopia follows two childhood friends from very different families who reunite as adults when one asks the other to help him pretend to be Jewish so he can woo the woman of his dreams. Cultures collide in this hilarious all-star comedy from the creators of the hit international play seen ...

Keith Haring: Crack is Wack

Harlem River Park

Manhattan Ongoing

at 128th Street and Second Avenue

Lens on Ground Zero and the Future

9/11 Memorial Preview Site

Manhattan Ongoing

A four-minute film by Jim Whitaker and Project Rebirth combines interviews of nine people directly affected by the 9/11 attacks with time-lapse images from Project Rebirth's 14 35-mm film cameras sited around Ground Zero. Also on view are a selection of artifacts.

Life on the Farm

Lefferts Homestead Historic House Museum

Brooklyn Ongoing

Visitors to this historic home play with traditional tools, toys and games and have the unique chance to engage in farming activities.

Macbeth

Vivian Beaumont Theater

Manhattan Ongoing

Ethan Hawke will be reunited with director Jack O'Brien for this new production of a work that is widely considered to be one of Shakespeare's darkest and most powerful tragedies.

Mamma Mia!

Winter Garden Theater

Manhattan Ongoing

Based on the music of ABBA, this musical follows a daughter and mother during wedding preparations on a Greek isle. The bride to be wants to know who her father is, and the mother desperately wants to forget.