The artist's panoramic film installation will fill up most of the second floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art, revisiting the “cinema in-the-round” panoramic presentations that appeared at the dawn of film history in the late 19th century.
George A. Romero’s classic horror film is credited with inventing the character of the zombie in popular culture and the zombie movie genre. A group of survivors try to ride out a siege of undead monsters, trapped in a Pennsylvania farmhouse. Shot inexpensively and extremely controversial upon its release, it ...
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos, Halloween and All Saints Day with hands-on festive fun for all ages! Be sure to wear your costume and join us for mask making, All Saints Day Medallions, Mexican Sugar Skulls and ghost stories!
Nonstop theater, a costume competition and ballroom dancing will bewitch the East Village in Theater for the New City's 37th annual Village Halloween Costume Ball. This unique festival continues as a grand coming-together for everyday New Yorkers and artists alike. A carefree fall tradition, it celebrates the creativity that comes ...
Grab the kids and stuff the sarcophagi full of candy at BAM’s 12th annual Halloween block party! Sphinxes, snakes, and Cleopatras gather for an afternoon of ancient Egypt themed games, candy giveaways, and costume contests, and activities.
In two contrasting octets, Spohr’s polish and finesse is counterbalanced by the youthful invention of Shostakovich. Enescu’s massive Octet in C major, written at the age of 19, provides a powerful finale.
Japanese manga, Noh theater, and electronic sounds comprise this beautiful meditation on the nature of war, featuring music by Santa Ratniece, electronic music group the Irrepressibles, and the Latvian Radio Choir.