The whole farm throws Cliffie the Pig a birthday party. But, the fox loves to steal birthday cakes. In this production, children come on stage to help save the cake. Brian Cooley directs Wiseacre Farm, a long-running childrens' show by a collaboration of directors and actors.
After playing an important part in Grand Central Terminal's preservation in 1978, the Municipal Art Society has been giving tours of this magnificent Beaux-Arts landmark for a quarter-century. Tours meet at the information booth on the main concourse.
A new installation of contemporary art presents recent acquisitions displayed along with notable works that have entered the collection over the past five decades. The presentation focuses on familial relationships, broadening the definition of family to include larger groups or communities united by shared values, identities, lifestyles, or emotional needs. ...
School groups are invited to visit the small wooden farmhouse where Poe (1809-1849) lived from 1846 to 1849 and penned the poems "Annabel Lee," "The Bells" and "Eurkeka." The tour includes a short talk about Poe's life in the Fordham neighborhood as well as a 20-minute film about the author's ...
This wordless dance-theater spectacle is a rush of adrenaline and poignancy. Performers run and tumble on a raised conveyer belt, a man crashes headlong through a wall, two people try desperately to connect on a spinning sail and performers slip and slide in watery world just above the audience's heads.