Address: 2537 Broadway at 95th Street
City: New York
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||March 24 at 11 am and 2 pm: Spellbound Theatre “Wink”: TWO SHOWINGS
||March 24 at 11 am and 2 pm: Spellbound Theatre “Wink”
What happens when we go to sleep? Where can our imaginations take us? This imaginative and multi-disciplinary performance explores dreams from the perspective of a young child and her bear. Blending shadow puppetry, physical the atre, and animation, this unique show is a captivating journey designed to engage and inspire the very youngest audience members. Inspired by the classic poem, "Wynken, Blynken and Nod," Wink transforms a familiar bedroom into an imaginative world full of surprises. Brooklyn based Spellbound Theatre is recently recognized as a leader in this emerging field by the American Alliance of Theater Education with the “Outstanding New Children’s Theater Company Award,” and they’ve received multiple grant awards from The Jim Henson Foundation and The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs for their rich and magical works.
||Spellbound Theatre: Wink
What happens when we go to sleep? Spellbound Theatre's "Wink" is an imaginative and multi-disciplinary performance that explores dreams from the perspective of a young child and her bear. Blending shadow puppetry, physical theatre, and animation, this unique show is a captivating journey designed to engage and inspire the very youngest audience members. Inspired by the classic poem, "Wynken, Blynken and Nod," Wink transforms a familiar bedroom into an imaginative world full of surprises.
Age range: 5 and under
For families with children on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivities, this performance features:
Brighter lighting in the audience
Lowered sound levels
||Selected Shorts at the Getty Museum: A Feast of Fiction
Selected Shorts returns to The Getty with host Jane Kaczmarek and an all-star cast: ShohrehAghdashloo, Sean Astin, Nate Corddry, Hope Davis, Tate Donovan, Diane Guerrero, Stana Katic, Linda Lavin, Jefferson Mays, Anika Noni Rose, Dan Stevens, and Stephen Tobolowsky.
Open up and say "Mmm," as longtime public radio staple Selected Shorts whets your appetite for an evening of mouthwatering food fictions. Whether the stories take place over steak au poivre on the crisp, white tablecloth at a five-star restaurant or huddled above a can of beans on the camp stove, they prove George Bernard Shaw's contention that "there is no love sincerer than the love of food." Noted actors from TV, film, and the Broadway stage bring every catty celebrity chef and avowed Spam connoisseur off the page. Be warned, these decadent fictions will make you forget your calorie count and order two desserts.
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Getty Center, Harold M. Williams Auditorium
1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles, California
Hosted by Jane Kaczmarek
Saturday, March 24, 4:00 p.m.
Shohreh Aghdashloo (The Expanse), Nate Corrdry (The Circle), Anika Noni Rose (The Princess and the Frog), and Stephen Tobolowsky (One Day at a Time)
Saturday, March 24, 7:00 p.m.
Hope Davis (Wayward Pines), Tate Donovan (The Man in the High Castle), and Jefferson Mays (The Americans)
Sunday, March 25, 4:00 p.m.
Sean Astin (Stranger Things), Diane Geurrero (Orange is the New Black), Stana Katic (Absentia), and Linda Lavin (Sean Saves the World), and Dan Stevens (Legion)
||Me, My Father and the Cariocas (Eu, Meu Pai e Os Cariocas)
Eu, Meu Pai e Os Cariocas, Lucia Verissimo, 2017, Brazil, 112min. In Portuguese with English subtitles.
Me, My Father and the Cariocas is an engaging and fascinating journey through 70 years of Brazilian music from the golden era of the Radio Nacional, through Bossa Nova, Tropicalia, Samba, MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira). The film was conceived, directed, produced, and narrated by actress Lucia Verissimo, daughter of the maestro Severino Filho, founding member of the influential vocal group Os Cariocas. With historical photographs, film clips, more than 100 songs, and interviews with Brazilian music legends, Me, My Father and the Cariocas celebrates the exuberant Brazilian music scene. It's a must see for any music lover.
Check out this article in Bossa Magazine (Brazilian Music Foundation) about Lúcia Verissimo (pg 40-43).
Cinema Tropical’s popular documentary film series returns to Symphony Space celebrating one of the world’s most vibrant musical cultures. This series is programmed by Mary Jane Marcasiano.
Co-presented with Cinema Tropical, Sponsored by the Consulate General of Brazil in New York
with additional sponsorship from Brazilian Music Foundation, Helio Campos Group, and Leblon.
||RSC Live: Twelfth Night
Part of Symphony Space's Theatre in HD series, bringing unforgettable theatre from around the world to our screens.
Christopher Luscombe, director of the "glorious" (Daily Telegraph) Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing (2014 and 2016), returns to tackle Shakespeare’s greatest comedy, a brilliantly bittersweet account of the whirligig of time. Twelfth Night stars Adrian Edmondson (Bottom, The Young Ones) in the role of Malvolio and Kara Tointon (ITV’s Mr Selfridge and Sound of Music Live!) in the role of Olivia.
Twelfth Night is a tale of unrequited love – hilarious and heartbreaking.
Private group screenings available! (Minimum 75 attendees)
||Colm Tóibín House of Names
Award-winning, bestselling author Colm Tóibín returns to the Thalia Book Club for a discussion on his latest novel with Elissa Schappell (Blueprints for Building Better Girls). With a performance from the novel by Amy Ryan (Birdman).
"A creative reanimation of these indelible characters who are still breathing down our necks across the millennia... [Tóibín] pumps blood even into the silent figures of Greek tragedy... Despite the passage of centuries, this is a disturbingly contemporary story of a powerful woman caught between the demands of her ambition and the constraints on her gender...Never before has Tóibín demonstrated such range, not just in tone but in action. He creates the arresting, hushed scenes for which he's so well known just as effectively as he whips up murders that compete, pint for spilled pint, with those immortal Greek playwrights." --Ron Charles The Washington Post
At the Thalia Book Club, readers and writers meet for intimate conversations about compelling new books and favorite classics in fiction, essay, biography and more. Evenings include an actor performing an excerpt, an interview, and a conversation with the audience.
Book sales will be provided by Symphony Space. There will be a book signing following the event.
Alexis Parsons is a New York City based vocalist of Greek and Swedish decent. She has spent a lifetime honing a uniquely personal vocal style and fiercely independent career. The long and often arduous journey through the years has stamped her rich alto voice with warmth, wisdom and a flexibility borne of the eclectic musical roads she's traveled.
During the past two decades, Alexis has led a variety of bands, showcasing her distinctive interpretations of both standard and lesser-known works in the jazz canon. As a bandleader, she has shown exceptional skill and a discerning ear in selecting accompanists. Her trios have included a host of celebrated artists, including pianists Frank Kimbrough, Arturo O’Farrill, David Berkman, and Lynn Arriale among others. Manning the bass have been top call performers such as Drew Gress, Dean Johnson, Cameron Brown and Sean Smith. And behind the drums, Matt Wilson and Willard Dyson have provided swinging and sensitive grooves.
Alexis graduated from the Manhattan School of Music.
Jack Wilkins will join on guitar.
|| Gone are the days of shame, silence and self blame after sexual violence. On Friday, March 30th, we THRIVE! Join The Power of Your Voice for a special show consisted of dope lyricists and soulful singers thriving on stage with their powerful voices. Hosted by Emily Randall and her Super Saiyan Twin Andrew Randall! Our pain has turned into power! Our voices will be heard!
||Akshara Music Ensemble
|| Akshara will be opening for percussion legend Karaikudi Mani and special guest Glen Velez