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The Big Top tent is back in the Big Apple! See the world’s most acclaimed circus performers, including flying trapeze acts, aerialists and jugglers, plus clowns, horses, dogs and more.
It’s the classic story of the Phantom and a young pupil named Christine. Their relationship becomes obsessive and impossible, leading to a stunning conclusion. This version of "Phantom" was written by Arthur Kopit, with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, and is more of a traditional Broadway musical with dialogue and songs throughout.
In the first exhibit of his work outside of Jamaica, the American Folk Art Museum brings the paintings and sculptures of the late artist in "John Dunkley: Neither Day nor Night."
The exhibition portrays the life and work of the famous 1960s graphic artist MC Escher.
Journey out onto Long Island Sound in hopes of seeing some of the seals and waterfowl that spend the winter just off the Aquarium’s shores. Binoculars are provided. The Aquarium’s boat has a climate-controlled cabin but, because the best viewing is outside on the deck, remember to dress warmly.
What better season than winter to cuddle up with stories you love? Explore Eric Carle’s stories illustrating the wonders of nature. Hear some of these enchanting favorites, then learn from Carle’s techniques, cutting and layering hand-painted papers to form bright and colorful images.
Join a naturalist on a wintry walk to discover “secrets in the snow” left by active winter animals. Go on a track “hunt,” learn how to identify animal tracks and create a track shirt. Each person should take a plain white, pre-washed T-shirt for this activity.
In addition to the Escher works on display, the exhibition includes scientific experiments, play areas and educational resources that will help visitors of all ages to understand the impossible perspectives, disquieting images and seemingly irreconcilable universes which Escher combined to create a unique artistic dimension.
The new exhibit will amaze visitors as they journey through nine galleries breathtakingly eye-to-eye with sharks, rays and hundreds of species of ocean wildlife. As you explore the exhibit, the wondrous world deep below the ocean surface is revealed, whether it is in the Coral Reef Tunnel, The New York Bight or the dark and mysterious Hudson Canyon’s Edge with large sand tiger sharks, sandbar …
A spellbinding exhibition for all fans of Harry Potter! See original material from series publisher Scholastic and author J.K. Rowling’s own archives. Plus, explore the subjects studied at Hogwarts through century-old treasures including rare books, manuscripts and magical objects from the collections of the British Library and New-York Historical Society. Check website for special events and …
Help LEGO® experts create an enormous Aquarium-themed scene using everyone’s favorite building blocks. Families can build a small LEGO® marine creature that will be part of the finished piece, or create pieces of their choosing. Plus, look for other LEGO®-focused activities during this special weekend.
Stanley always has trouble falling asleep - even counting sheep doesn’t help! When he receives an invitation to visit the Kingdom of Laurie Berkner s Pillowland, he sets off on an exciting adventure with his friends Finn, Quinn and you!
Mickey Mouse is 90! Celebrate his birthday by marveling at his decades-long impact on art and pop culture in this immersive experience. See both historic and contemporary work from renowned artists and be sure to take your camera to capture the magic of Mickey.
Did you know the man who brought us the classic children’s story "Corduroy" also had a long career as an artist who documented New York? In this exhibition, see Don Freeman’s wonderful interpretations of the city through drawings, paintings, publications and prints, plus enjoy his original studies and sketches of Corduroy and other characters.
Learn how to identify trees in the winter using many techniques. With naturalist Tait Johansson. Dress warm.
La MaMa resident artist Jane Catherine Shaw creates a new children’s puppet piece where she interweaves imaginative characters and stories to make one exciting piece of theatre for young audiences.
This beautiful new film explores the largest and least-understood habitat on Earth: the oceans. From the coastal shallows to deeper, more mysterious worlds, “Oceans” captures the awesome power and beauty of the sea and also reveals untold stories about the oceans’ most astonishing creatures.
How will Emily Brown ever get to sleep with The Thing making such a racket? Find out in this epic, imaginative musical adventure adapted from the popular picture book by Neal Layton and Cressida Cowell (author of "How to Train Your Dragon").
The Winter Show celebrates its 65th year as the leading art, antiques, and design fair in America, featuring 70 of the world’s leading experts in the fine and decorative arts. The show highlights an eclectic mix of works dating from ancient times through the present day, and each object is examined for authenticity, date, and condition. The Winter Show is an annual benefit for East Side House …
For the 16th consecutive season, Jazz Standard hosts its popular brunch. Weekly sessions are packed with family and friends grooving to music by the Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra (JSYO) and eating finger-licking good ribs from Blue Smoke, too!! For kids of all ages! From 1 – 100!
In 2211, the world isn’t as we know it - Aurora and her friends live outside without any adults, computers, cellphones or even running water - Meanwhile Claire continues life alone in the confines of her room run by computer and wonders - is there anything more out there?
Craft your own clay pots - Native American style - to take home and enjoy.
The Gallery Players present the world premiere of "Upfronts and Personal," a play about placing sitcoms on a network’s fall lineup.
The group performs Mozart’s Requiem and Schubert’s Mass in G.
Red Carrots slams upon the plinth of its dance with a sledgehammer, delivering an ear-splitting cacophony, an unruly music, and a shivering quiet; a dance for the anthrophony of this moment. It examines the sound of our physical landscape in a state of destruction, rebuild, a sublime happy sparkle and a crusty shard. Made for four dancers, music and noises, and a suit of marshmallow.
An immersive play about the resilient, hopeful residents of The Jungle, a short-lived, self-governing society that emerged within a sprawling refugee camp in Calais, France.
Three nights of the best of Israeli cinema.
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