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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx today, April 23, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Bronx's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the theaters, for children's concerts and performances. Plus, get details and directions on any street fairs or holiday festivals happening April 23. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Toddler Story Time - Westbury Friends School
Through May 31, 2012 - Westbury

Toddlers can enjoy stories, songs, and finger plays. A light snack and plenty of social interaction will be provided. A parent or caregiver must accompany each child.

Manon - Metropolitan Opera
April 23, 2012 -

Anna Netrebko's dazzling portrayal of the tragic heroine in Laurent Pelly's new production travels to the Met from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Piotr Beczala and Paulo Szot also star, with the Met's Principal Guest Conductor Fabio Luisi on the podium.

What Makes It Great? with Rob Kapilow - Cole Porter Songs - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
April 23, 2012 -

Composer, conductor, commentator, and author Rob Kapilow makes music appreciation inevitable in the beloved What Makes It Great? series, now in its fifteenth season, which features performances by some of today's leading artists illuminated by Kapilow's lively, insightful discussion.

Looking at Baroque Masterpieces in Art - Somers Library
April 23, 2012 - Somers

The melodrama and intense emotion of the Baroque period is examined in a colorful and animated art lecture profusely illustrated showing such masters as Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Reubens, Vermeer, and others who ushered in the second great age of genius following the Renaissance. Expand your knowledge and be entertained at the same time with a presentation designed to stimulate your interest about this exciting period in art history.

Drop-In Nature Activities: Little Landscapes - New York Botanical Garden, Everett Children's Adventure Garden
Through April 23, 2012 - Bronx

The plant world comes alive in a big way at the Discovery Center this winter. Kids step inside the world of plants and create their own terrarium to bring home. They'll be inspired to create a rocky, mossy, or desert world in a jar by looking closely at a wide array of artistic and scientific terrariums, and while they're at it, they can use a microscope to take a closer look at some classic terrarium characters like moss, lichens, and rocks. The Discovery Center will feature an exhibition of detailed and whimsical terrariums made by Twig Terrarium. Through April 23.

Tales & Tunes for Tiny Tots - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
April 23, 2012 - Garnerville

Walkers up to 36 months with a parent or caregiver are invited to enjoy stories, fingerplays, songs, and bubbles. Pre-regiratation is required.

Learn to Draw with Art Teacher Amy - Ages 6-9 - Kid Esteem Monetessori
April 23, 2012 - Lindenhurst

Step by step drawing lessons with Art Teacher Amy. Draw portraits, landscapes and master artist works. Learn how to use chalk and oil pastels, watercolors and markers. $10 supply fee.

Open Basketball - The Sports Place
April 23, 2012 - Blauvelt

The Sports Place offers seperate courts for kids and adults to shoot hoops or have a pick-up game.

Toddler Spring Workshop - Jill's Ceramics
April 23, 2012 - West Nyack

Toddlers can use their handprints to design a flowerpot, box, mug, dish, or something else for Spring. Pieces can be painted and taken home the same day or left for glazing so that they can be used for food / drinks. Please call to RSVP.

Pianist/Composer Michael Brown, Winner of William Petschek Recital Award, Presented in Alice Tully Debut - Alice Tully Hall
April 23, 2012 - New York

Pianist, composer, and Juilliard alumnus Michael Brown has won Juilliard’s 31st annual Willima Petschek Recital Award and will be presented in his Alice Tully Hall debut on Monday, April 23 at 8 PM. The program features Albeniz’s “Iberia,” Book 1 (excerpts); Debussy’s “Etudes,” Book 2; Schubert’s Sonata in D Major, D. 850 “Gasteiner;” and his own composition, “Constellations and Toccata (2012).” Tickets at $30 and $15 available beginning March 19 at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office or through CenterCharge. Half-priced student tickets available.

Science Spot - Stamford Museum and Nature Center
April 23, 2012 - Stamford

Stop by the Overbrook Nature Center to learn the science behind some favorite natural wonders. Study amphibians and make slime, discover color science through making our own watercolors, build with magnets and more. Each week is different theme and features a take home project. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

NATURE BUGS - Greenburgh Nature Center
April 23, 2012 - Scarsdale

Meet a museum animal, hear a story, do a craft, or play a nature game. Dress for outdoor activity.

Night Time Arts - Ruth Keeler Memorial Library
April 23, 2012 - North Salem

Join this weekly art workshop with Maggie Zander for casual creative fun. You do not need to be an artist or an expert to come - fresh faces are always welcome! The program is free, and there is no registration. Basic materials are supplied by the library. Co-sponsored with the North Salem Recreation Department.

Craft Club for ages 7-10 - Briarcliff Manor Library
April 23, 2012 - Briarcliff Manor

Kids ages 7-10 years create a new craft at each monthly meeting. Parents are welcome to stay and help, or drop off and pick up. For more information, or to join, contact Amy Kaplan at abgkaplan@gmail.com or 914-941-7072.

Story Play - Brooklyn Public Library, Red Hook branch
April 23, 2012 - Red Hook

Play with toys and hear stories.

Chess for Kids - Brooklyn Public Library, Crown Heights branch
April 23, 2012 - Crown Heights

Learn and play chess.

Preschool Story and Craft - Brooklyn Public Library, central branch
April 23, 2012 - Prospect Heights

Children, ages 3-6, hear a story and follow up with a craft.

Literary Littles - Wilton Library
April 23, 2012 - Wilton

Independent listeners ages 4-6 years come for stories, short films, songs and crafts. No registration necessary.

Good Reads, Great Kids - Wilton Library
April 23, 2012 - Wilton

Children in grades 2 and 3 and their parents meet and discuss Mirror Mirror by Marilyn Singer in celebration of National Poetry Month. Snacks will be provided and a craft will be made.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - Big Movies for Little Kids/Cobble Hill Cinemas
April 23, 2012 - Cobble Hill

Dick Van Dyke stars in the unforgettable Disney film about the ultimate all-terrain vehicle!

Open Mic for Poets - Queens Library: Central Branch
April 23, 2012 - Jamaica

Bring your 2 to 6-year-old children to the Children's Library Discovery Center to listen to soothing bedtime stories. Children should feel free to come in their pajamas and bring their favorite stuffed toy.

Paper Crafts - Queens Library: McGoldrick Branch
April 23, 2012 - Flushing

Kids ages 8 and older get crafty at the library. In this event, they learn to create fun paper presents for friends or family members.

Made with Love - Floral Park Public Library
April 23, 2012 - Floral Park

Made with Love are needlecrafters from Floral Park and surrounding areas who gather for the purpose of making items for those in need as well as working on projects of their own. No instructor is present. All are invited to join.

Prenatal Yoga - Destination Maternity
April 23, 2012 - Midtown

This class provides relief from the common discomforts of pregnancy and will help the mom-to-be adjust to her rapidly changing body. Yoga postures will strengthen the spine to counterbalance the growing abdomen, open the hips to prepare the body for labor and delivery, and empower her to face childbirth with confidence and courage. Vocal, abdominal, and pelvic floor toning is also practiced. All levels welcome.

Swing into Spring! - Betty Allen Twin Ponds Nature Park
Through April 23, 2012 - Centerport

Children ages 3-5 can explore the coastal wetlands of Betty Allen Twin Ponds Nature Park with an adult. Call to register or for information.

Read with Scout - St. Agnes Library
April 23, 2012 - Upper West Side

Dogs can't read but they sure are good listeners! Sign up in advance for selected dates and times and read with Scout, a specially trained animal-assisted therapy dog. Presented by the Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.). The mission of the R.E.A.D. program is to improve the literacy skills of children through the assistance of registered therapy teams as literacy mentors.

Fee-Free Days - Sagamore Hill National Historic Site
April 23, 2012 - Oyster Bay

The Historic Site will waive its admission fees April 21-29 in observance of National Park Week.

Chair Yoga - Elmont Public Library
April 23, 2012 - Elmont

Enjoy relaxing the body and opening the heart, mind, and spirit. Experience classic asanas (postures), meditation, music, and chanting in a safe, supportive environment. This is a class suitable for all levels and will help participants learn how to listen to their bodies with gentle stretching and breathing. Regular Yoga practice can reduce stress, increase flexibility, and enhance an overall feeling of wellness.

Long Island Reads: �The Lost Wife� - Elmont Public Library
April 23, 2012 - Elmont

Come and enjoy Alyson Richman�s �The Lost Wife� with David Houston and Gail Merzer Behrens in this one-hour performance reading in the style of radio drama with sound effects and a haunting underscore of Bernard Herrmann�s music. During the last moments of calm in pre-war Prague, Lenka, a young art student, and Josef who is studying medicine, fall in love. With the promise of a better future, they marry � only to have their dreams shattered by the imminent Nazi invasion.

Discipline is Not a Dirty Word - Cornell Cooperative Extension
April 23, 2012 - Riverhead

Positive discipline means helping children learn self-control and problem-solving. Discover new ways to correct and guide children's behavior. For parents and caregivers of children between the ages of 2-12.Check website or call ext. 340 for fees and to register.

It's Easy Being Green-Celebrate Earth Day with Make Meaning - Make Meaning
April 23, 2012 - New York

Come celebrate Earth Day with us! Bring your little one to learn age-appropriate ceramics paintings techniques while making an earth-friendly flower pot and leave with seeds and soil to take a little green home with you. Ages 0-5 Please RSVP to info@makemeaning.com or call 212-744-0011 now to reserve your spot! Regular price: $40 Member price: $36

It's Easy Being Green-Celebrate Earth Day with Make Meaning - Make Meaning
April 23, 2012 - New York

Come celebrate Earth Day with us! Bring your little one to learn age-appropriate ceramics paintings techniques while making an earth-friendly flower pot and leave with seeds and soil to take a little green home with you. Ages 0-5 Please RSVP to info@makemeaning.com or call 212.744.0011 now to reserve your spot! Regular price: $40 Member price: $36

It's Easy Being Green-Celebrate Earth Day with Make Meaning - Make Meaning UWS
April 23, 2012 - New York

Come celebrate Earth Day with us! Bring your little one to learn age-appropriate ceramics paintings techniques while making an earth-friendly flower pot and leave with seeds and soil to take a little green home with you. Ages 0-5 Please RSVP to info@makemeaning.com or call 212.362.0350 now to reserve your spot! Regular price: $40 Member price: $36

It's Easy Being Green-Celebrate Earth Day with Make Meaning - Make Meaning UWS
April 23, 2012 - New Yock

Come celebrate Earth Day with us! Bring your little one to learn age-appropriate ceramics paintings techniques while making an earth-friendly flower pot and leave with seeds and soil to take a little green home with you. Ages 0-5 Please RSVP to info@makemeaning.com or call 212.362.0350 now to reserve your spot! Regular price: $40 Member price: $36

Anti-Bullying Symposium for School Personnel - Nassau BOCES Cultural Arts Center
April 23, 2012 - Syosset

This symposium for Long Island educators will feature an in-depth legal discussion of bullying, including New York State's new anti-bullying law, The Dignity for All Students Act, which will take effect on July 1, 2012, led by Ingerman Smith partners Neil M. Block, Christopher J. Clayton and Christopher M. Powers. A performance of Class Dismissed:The Bullying Project, an original musical designed to engage and educate students about bullying, will follow the legal presentation.

Bagels and Blocks Playdate and Open House - Montebello Jewish Center
April 23, 2012 - Suffern

Parents and children ages 6 months through Pre-K are invited for for playtime, a craft, a light bagel brunch, and an orientation of the synagogue's pre-school programs.Pre-registration is required by April 20. Contact Jackie at jiaria01@yahoo.com.

Pianist/Composer Michael Brown Makes Alice Tully Debut - Alice Tully Hall
April 23, 2012 - New York

Pianist, composer, and Juilliard alumnus Michael Brown has won Juilliard's 31st annual William Petschek Recital Ward and will be presented in his Alice Tully Hall debut on Monday, April 23 at 8 PM in a program featuring works by Albeniz, Debussy, Schubert, and his own composition, "Constellations and Toccata." Tickets are $30 and $15 at Alice Tully Hall box office or through CenterCharge (212-721-6500). Half price tickets for students and seniors available.

Free Arts NYC Annual Art Auction - Eyebeam
April 23, 2012 - New York

Free Arts NYC provides under-served children and families with a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs that help them to foster the self-confidence and resiliency needed to realize their fullest potential. On April 23, 2012 Free Arts NYC will host its 13th Annual Art Auction presented by Whitewall Magazine & Monika Chiang and welcome over 600 guests from the art, fashion, business and entertainment communities. The event features a live and silent auction conducted by Alexander Gilkes, Co-Founder of Paddle8. Artworks range in value from $1,000 - $25,000.

Princess Ball - New York Junior League Ballroom
April 23, 2012 - Upper East Side

Dress up in your sparkly finest and rock out at a Princess Ball to celebrate the release of Moey's Music Party's 3rd CD, Princess Revolution! Children can walk the "pink" carpet and enjoy the "sparkle-tacular" talents of the Ballooniac, The Pipe Cleaner Lady, Bitten By a Zebra Photography, and a concert by Moey's Music Party. Children will feel like Cinderella as they hold court in the New York Junior League ballroom in the former home of New York socialite, Mrs. Vincent Astor.� Every princess gets a tiara from Oriental Trading Company and the best dressed princess at the ball will win a "sparkle-tacular" princess outfit from Lester's.

Hip N Hop Babies - Next Evolution
Through April 24, 2012 - Upper East Side

This one-of-a-kind 45-minute class brings music to life for babies and toddlers.

Free Craft Saturdays - Welcome Spring Banner - Straight A's
Through April 27, 2012 - White Plains

Free drop-in arts & crafts.

Let's Go Fly a Kite - Long Island Children's Museum
Through April 27, 2012 - Garden City

Sail into spring as you design a kite decoration to celebrate the new season. Use special dot markers, yarn, and paper to create a one-of-kind kite. The program runs through April 27, 2012.

David Lyle 'Misbehaving' - Lyons Wier Gallery
Through April 28, 2012 - New York

David Lyle Misbehaving April 5 - 28, 2011 Artist’s Reception: Thursday, April 5th, 2012, 6-8pm Lyons Wier Gallery 542 West 24th St., New York, NY 10011 Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat, 11-6pm Nearest subway: C,E @ 23rd St & 8th Ave Lyons Wier Gallery is pleased to present Misbehaving, a new body of work by artist David Lyle. Working from found vintage and vernacular photographs, Lyle seamlessly composes works that harken back to 1950’s and 1960’s America - not as they were, but skewed and reimagined by the artist. Lyle’s painstakingly reductive painting process is a very crucial element to the evolution of his final images. Each piece is rendered using only black paint and turpentine. Lyle begins his process by priming a panel with white gesso. He then paints a thin, rich, oily black veneer over the primed panel, slowly and systematically developing his images by removing some of the black paint with a cloth. In doing so, Lyle renders layer upon layer of various values of black paint resulting in his signature-style of luminescent works. In Misbehaving, we see how Lyle’s methodology combined with his acerbic wit creates an altered reality rife with cynicism and bursting with mischief. Lyle is impeccably faithful to the vintage photographs that inspire his work – until a point in which he instills a cultural reference so familiar, yet iconoclastic, as to leave the viewer wincing, laughing, or really thinking -- often it is all three. This series presents the most innocuous images of bygone times catalyzed by suggestive, sad, or outright strange anachronisms. An adolescent girl snips pages from a Playboy magazine on her tidy bed (Show and Tell); a deadpan scientist holds a hand to a cage of monkeys, among them Elmo from Sesame Street (Wrongfully Accused); an all American ‘50s family is glued to a TV set in admiration of The Simpsons (Family Time). These are juxtaposed with pieces like The Tin Man's Broken Heart and And Then There Was Light that present subtler dynamics more redolent of the artist's personal history and sense of childhood. In a time when Americans are as nostalgic as they are dependent on technology, such work is bitingly astute. Lyle's art seems to ask, “Were we really so good back then?” and if not, “Are we really so bad now?” David Lyle attended the University of California at Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies. His work has been exhibited in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Laguna Beach, and in Japan and covered in publications such as New York Magazine, Modern Painter, New American Paintings, American Artist, Hi-Fructose, Proximity Magazine and Coast Magazine. This is Lyle’s second solo exhibition with Lyons Wier Gallery.

Rembrandt's World: Dutch Drawings from the Clement C. Moore Collection - Morgan Library & Museum
Through April 29, 2012 -

This exhibition focuses on artists who worked in their native Holland during the fertile period of the seventeenth century known as the Dutch Golden Age.

Run! Jump! Fly! Adventures in Action - Stepping Stones Museum
Through April 29, 2012 - Norwalk

This temporary exhibit is designed to get kids moving by introducing them to non-competitive activities such as kung fu, surfing, snowboarding, yoga and horizontal climbing. Developers worked to make the exhibit activities accessible to visitors with varying physical abilities and developmental needs.

White Gold: Highlights from the Arnhold Collection of Meissen Porcelain - Frick Collection
Through April 29, 2012 - New York

The Portico Gallery for Decorative Arts and Sculpture opens in late December with an inaugural exhibition of works drawn from Henry Arnhold's promised gift of 131 examples of Meissen porcelain from the early years of this Royal Manufactory's production. On view through April 29, 2012, White Gold: Highlights from the Arnhold Collection of Meissen Porcelain will feature approximately seventy of these objects, presented along with a group of eighteenth-century sculptures by Jean-Antoine Houdon (1740–1828). Among the latter works is the full-length terracotta Diana the Huntress, a signature work at the Frick that returns to view having been recently cleaned and treated. It finds a permanent home in the new portico gallery, while the ongoing display of other sculptures and ceramics will rotate periodically.

The Mystery of the Mayan Medallion - Long Island Children's Museum
Through April 29, 2012 - Garden City

Get a taste of what it's like to be an archaeologist as you join in the treasure quest and immerse yourself in the intrigue of Maya culture. Watch the video left behind by the missing archaeological team, then piece together their clues to find the jade medallion. The exhibits runs through April 29, 2012.

AMERICAN VANGUARDS: GRAHAM, DAVIS, GORKY, DE KOONING, AND THEIR CIRCLE, 1927-1942 - Neuberger Museum of Art
Through April 29, 2012 - Purchase

From the late 1920s to the early 1940s, many of America's most inventive and important artists, including Stuart Davis, Arshile Gorky, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Adolph Gottlieb, forged their identities, dramatically transforming conceptions of what a painting or sculpture could be. A group linked by friendship and common aspirations, many had shared experiences in the classes of influential Czech Cubist Jan Matulka at the Art Students League and in the Federal Art Project during the Great Depression. Most significantly, they were all closely associated with John Graham (1887-1961), the enigmatic Russian-born artist, connoisseur, and theorist. They, along with others such as Jackson Pollock and David Smith, all drawn together by their common commitment to modernism and their eagerness to exchange ideas, played a critical role in developing and defining American modernism. This exhibition showcases more than sixty works of art from these vital years by Graham and the members of his circle, providing compelling testimony to the dialogue and cross-fertilization that existed during this period in the history of American art. The high level of the work these artists made not only points ahead to their future accomplishments, but also demonstrates that the decade of the thirties, far from being solely a period of depression and retrenchment, was a time of exciting and important innovation. The exhibition sheds new light on the New York School, abstract Expressionism and the vitality of American modernism between the two world wars, providing a long overdue examination of an important and little-studied period in American art. Through April 29.

Ballet Hispanico - Joyce Theater
Through April 29, 2012 -

Ballet Hispanico pays tribute to the richness and range of its Latino roots—and the diverse talents of the company's dancers—with a Joyce season that features African and indigenous influences. Highlights include the world premiere of Espiritu Vivo, created especially for Ballet Hispanico by Ronald K. Brown and set to music by Afro-Peruvian singing sensation Susana Baca; and the Joyce premiere of Asuka, Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro's first work for the company, an exuberant homage to salsa legend Celia Cruz.

Making Books Sing's THE BUTTERFLY - The Mint Theater
Through April 29, 2012 - New York

Every Saturday & Sunday, 2pm & 4pm. A one-hour family musical about the friendship between two adolescent girls, one French Catholic and one Jewish, set in WWII in France. Based on the book by Patricia Polacco. Best for ages 7 and up! The Mint Theater 311 West 43rd Street (bet. 8-9th Avenue) 3rd Floor Tickets: $10 -15 Tickets on now sale at: www.makingbookssing.org

Ailey II 2012 NEW YORK SEASON - THE AILEY CITIGROUP THEATER
Through April 29, 2012 - New york

Led by one of the dance world's most deeply admired figures in her final season as Artistic Director, Ailey II's 12 rising stars will take the stage in their home theater April 18- 29 for 14 exciting performances of new works and repertory favorites. For almost four decades, Artistic Director Sylvia Waters has groomed and nurtured the world's most talented young dancers as members of Ailey II. To lead the company forward, Ms. Waters named Troy Powell, the veteran Ailey dancer, teacher, choreographer and Ailey II Associate Artistic Director since 2003, as her successor. Sylvia Waters will retire June 30, 2012. Ailey II is at the peak of its popularity, winning rave reviews and regularly selling out performances all over the world. The Company's New York season will feature two diverse programs: Modern Moves & Contemporary Choices. Premieres include Artistic Director Designate Troy Powell's Reference Point, Mina Yoo's Boulevard and Stephanie Batten Bland's The Legacy of Inheritance. The Company's two-week New York season will also feature three repertory favorites: Shards by Donald Byrd, Echoes by Thang Dao and The Corner by Kyle Abraham. For more information and for tickets, visit www.alvinailey.org or www.ovationtix.com or call 866-811-4111.

'Legally Blonde' - The Musical - Westchester Broadway Theatre
Through April 29, 2012 - Elmsford

Based on the hit movie, "Legally Blonde" is a fresh and effervescent evening of musical fun. When Sorority girl, Elle Woods gets dumped, she decides to get "serious" to win her boyfriend back. But once at Harvard Law, she discovers the true power behind being legally blonde. This seven-time Tony Award-nominated musical is an all-singing, all-dancing, feel-good musical comedy that proves being true to yourself never goes out of style. Show runs March 29 through April 29. Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday matinees including lunch; Thursday, Friday Saturday, and Sunday Evenings including dinner.

Galli Theater's 'Cinderella' - National Comedy Theatre
Through April 29, 2012 - Midtown West

Galli's "Cinderella" is an uplifting remake of the original Grimm story about a pure-hearted girl who loses her mother but finds her prince. Underlying this story of overcoming hardships and finding love is the concept of bullying. Cinderella is constantly ridiculed and bullied, just as many children are today. But in the world of theater and the Galli method of acting, this may not be such a horrible thing.

Empanada For A Dream - TBG Theatre
Through April 29, 2012 - New York

Downtown on Allen Street -- Everybody’s blasting – Bacchata. Merengue. Salsa. Everybody’s cooking – Plantains. Paella. Empanadas. Boys play Baseball, Football, Skully, Johnny on the Pony. And this girl – the most beautiful girl – watches from a window. EMPANADA FOR A DREAM is a poignant and entertaining portrait of family and neighborhood – set against the secret that destroys it all. It’s a story about growing up. It’s a story about getting out. And coming back -- to one boy’s Lower East Side. Founded in 2012, Ballybeg is a new non-profit theatre company committed to working in spaces where the barriers between the show and the audience can be eliminated. By presenting new plays (and American classics) in intimate venues, it’s Ballybeg’s goal to make the deepest possible connection with its audience. Regarding this project, Producer John Adams says: “This extraordinary piece is in development – in fact, it’s going on to a major Latino Theatre Festival in Chicago this summer. It was Juan who graciously offered to provide us with this, our first show. Ballybeg is proud to be part of the journey of the play and to share it with our audience.” Tickets for EMPANADA FOR A DREAM are $18 and can be purchased by visiting www.smarttix.com or by calling 212-868-4444. For more information, visit www.ballybeg.org. Performances for EMPANADA FOR A DREAM will be held at TBG Studio Theatre, 312 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor, between 8th and 9th Avenues, NYC 10018. Performances dates are: Saturday, April 21st @ 8pm; Sunday, April 22nd @ 3pm; Friday, April 27th @ 8pm; Saturday, April 28th @ 8pm;Sunday, April 29th @ 3pm; Sunday, April 29th @ 7pm. The runtime is approximately 85 minutes with no intermission. EMPANADA FOR A DREAM is presented by Ballybeg. Artistic Director: Alex Levy; Managing Director: John Adams; Associate Director: Paul Deines; Sound & Lighting Design: Greg Goff; Publicist:Paul Siebold/Off Off PR. Juan Francisco Villa (Playwright/Performer) grew up on the Lower East Side the son of first generation immigrants from Columbia. He is a recovering Catholic after 8 years at Our Lady of Sorrows Elementary, 4 years at the Jesuit All Boys High School La Salle Academy, and 4 ½ years at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY (that’s 8 years of Jesuits). Juan made his acting debut in 4th grade, when recess was rained out, performing his solo staged reading of The Emperor’s New Clothes in the school cafeteria. Later on, he was hoodwinked into choosing Pippin over Varsity Baseball, and he hasn’t looked back since. Like a good native New Yorker, at age 25, he left town -- for Chicago -- where he honed his skills at Improv Olympic, Second City, The Goodman Theater, Steppenwolf Theater, Lookingglass Theater and American Theater Company. He has had the honor of working with esteemed playwrights Laura Eason and Ifa Bayeza and has acted in El Grito del Bronx by Migdalia Cruz and Massacre or Sing to Your Children by Jose Rivera, both for the Goodman Theatre. His Chicago Steppenwolf credits include Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue by Quiara Alegria-Hudes and Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg. Juan moved back to NYC and graduated from Maggie Flanigan’s Meisner Conservatory. He has performed Off and Off Off Broadway at Rattlestick, Mabou Mines/SUITE, INTAR, Monarch, HERO Theater, Lark Play Development, Collaberaction Town, BAX and 59E59. Juan has worked as a Teaching Artist with Manhattan Theater Club, and in Chicago, Pegasus Players, Salsation and Teatro Vista. Through the Peoples Theater Project, he currently teaches English skills through Acting Shakespeare to Harbor Heights 8th graders in Washington Heights. He has been an ensemble member of SALSATION, Chicago's first Latino Sketch/Improv Group and is a current ensemble member of InViolet Theater Company in NYC and Teatro Vista, Chicago’s largest, non–profit–equity, Latino theater company producing full scale, Latino oriented, theatrical productions in English. He will be doing a full production of Empanada for a Dream this summer in Chicago as a co-production with Teatro Vista and Collaberaction. Juan is a proud member of AEA/SAG/AFTRA. Alex Levy (Director) Alex’s work has been seen throughout the United States and around the world. He recently developed and mounted the national tour of America Amerique for The JENA Company. In Los Angeles he has directed the premiere of In the Red for the ARK Theatre and Copenhagen, Home Frontand Dead Man’s Cell Phone for UCLA. Alex served as Artistic Director of Pegasus Players in Chicago for five years. His directing credits there include Continental Divide, Golda’s Balcony (Joseph Jefferson Award for “Outstanding Solo Performance”), The Upper Room (Joseph Jefferson Citation for “Best New Work”), Black Caesar (Three Black Excellence Nominations), Still Life, and Broadway Bound (Joseph Jefferson nominated for four citations including “Best Production” and winner of the After Dark Award for “Best Ensemble”) and The One-Eyed Man is King, as well as nine productions for the Chicago Young Playwrights Festival. His production of My Soul is a Witness was featured in the Hindu Metro-Plus International Theatre Festival in Chennai, India and toured several cities throughout India. Alex twice led international tours through the Middle East sponsored by The United States State Department. In 2010, Alex was selected to participate in Dah Theatre’s International Research Center for Actors and Directors in Belgrade, Serbia. He has also worked with the Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, Red Twist Theatre, Smoke and Mirrors, Serendipity Theatre Collective, Chicago Dramatists, Theatre Building Chicago, Oakton College, Loyola University, The Studio Theatre in Washington D.C. and Geva Theatre in Rochester, N.Y. Alex holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Rochester. Earlier this year, he directed an ensemble created piece called Dark Sun at the University of California Los Angeles. A member of their graduate theatre program since 2009, Alex will receive his Masters in Directing this June. John Adams (Managing Director) for four decades has been a director, producer and/or manager for national tour productions serving performing arts centers and universities nationwide. For his own company, Daedalus Productions, he produced, managed, and/or directed 35 productions including Homeby Samm-Art Williams, The Blood Knot by Athol Fugard, Ain’t Misbehavin’ and for colored girls…Other highlights include the Royal Shakespeare Company program Sylvia Plath and the first Equity National ofFrom the Mississippi Delta. For Encore Attractions, John served as Associate Producer and Director of Marketing for ten national tours, with credits ranging Master Class starring Charlotte Cornwall from the Royal National Theatre and Unforgettable: The Nat King Cole Story to two tours of Mahalia, A Gospel Musical. For the past ten years, John has been the producer and managing director for The JENA Company, which he also founded. His productions have included Unsinkable Women: Stories and Songs from The Titanic, and Black Broadway. More recently JENA mounted Rejoice Dear Hearts, An Evening With Brother Dave Gardner, and My Soul Is A Witness and Jackie, Vi & Lena, two chronicles of the Civil Rights Movement by award- winning Chicago playwright, David Barr III. For Winter/Spring 2010, the company offered America Amerique. Highlighting stories of American Immigrants, 1845 to the present, this new piece was written by John in collaboration with historian Thomas Jessen Adams. The production was developed and directed by John’s partner in Ballybeg, Alex Levy.

Puss in Boots - Puppetworks
Through April 30, 2012 - Park Slope

Puppetworks presents Perrault's 1697 French fantasy Puss in Boots with an original score and a live ogre.

'Walkin' After Midnight' -Kaleidozone - Long Island Children's Museum
Through April 30, 2012 - Garden City

Using her childhood as inspiration, artist Danielle O'Malley has created an interactive exhibit where visitors can move through a miniature neighborhood with the help of small dolls and folk stories. The exhibit runs through April 30, 2012.

Black History Month Exhibit - Madame Tussauds New York
Through April 30, 2012 - Manhattan

This special interactive exhibit in celebration of Black History Month will feature a new wax likeness of Aretha Franklin (unveiling on February 2 at 10am). The exhibit will also feature some of history's most influential African-American musicians and performers in a special setting, inviting guests to interact with and pose for photos with Billie Holiday; play the harmonica alongside a young Stevie Wonder; stand at the microphone with the "Godfather of Soul," James Brown, as be belts out a tune; and join "The First Lady of Song," Ella Fitzgerald, in a duet. Visitors can also browse biographical information and historical facts on each performer.

Playtime with Sammie and Tudie - Sprout San Francisco
Through April 30, 2012 - Upper East Side

Sammie and Tudie's Playtime is an interactive class for kids ages 1-3 1/2 years. Each week a new theme is the center of the fun: monkeys, dinosaurs, butterflies, trains, teddy bears, and other age-appropriate options. Sammie and Tudie use the theme to create 45 minutes of fun including music, puppets, finger plays, felt board stories, and even a little magic thrown in. This is a 'mommy and me' style class to learn and grow in. Drop in: $25. Discounted 3- and 5-class packages are also available.

Playtime with Sammie and Tudie - Go Fish
Through April 30, 2012 - Upper East Side

Sammie and Tudie's Playtime is an interactive class for kids ages 1-3 1/2 years. Each week a new theme is the center of the fun: monkeys, dinosaurs, butterflies, trains, teddy bears, and other age-appropriate options. Sammie and Tudie use the theme to create 45 minutes of fun including music, puppets, finger plays, felt board stories, and even a little magic thrown in. This is a 'mommy and me' style class to learn and grow in. Drop in: $25. Discounted 3- and 5-class packages are also available.

Hanami - Cherry Blossom Season - Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Through April 30, 2012 - Crown Heights

From April 1 to 29, Brooklyn Botanic Garden celebrates Hanami, the Japanese cultural tradition of experiencing each moment of the cherry blossom season, from buds to blossoms. Upcoming highlights for the 2012 season include free tours, Japanese food, an opportunity to meet the curator of the event, and Hanami-related goods for purchase.

Math Tutoring - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Students in grades 6 and up will demystify differential equations and tackle tricky trigonometry with certified math tutors. Please bring homework assignments and problem sets to each session. In the 2nd Floor Conference Room. Ongoing Mondays, April 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30.

Pack Chat for Kids (ages 4-8) - Wolf Conservation Center
Through April 30, 2012 - South Salem

An introduction to wolves for families with young children. Kids learn about the mythology surrounding wolves and the important role of wolves in the natural world. Guests will visit Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, and Zephyr, as well as the center's other endangered wolves, and enjoy hot beverages in the woodstove-heated classroom. Pre-registration required. April 1, 5, 14, 22 and 29 at 11am.

Wolves of North America - Wolf Conservation Center
Through April 30, 2012 - South Salem

Learn about the mythology, biology, and ecology of wolf families and discover why this is such a magical time for packs in North America. Guests will visit Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa and Zephyr as well as the WCCs endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. Don't forget a camera. Pre-registration required. April 3, 6, and 21 at 11am; April 29 at 2pm; April 11 at 4pm.

Evening Howl for All Ages - Wolf Conservation Center
Through April 30, 2012 - South Salem

Learn about the mythology, biology, and ecology of wolf families and discover why this is such a magical time for packs in North America. Guests will visit Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa and Zephyr as well as the WCCs other endangered wolves, and take a sunset hike to howl with the wolves during their favorite hour. Don't forget a camera. Pre-registration required. April 6, 17 and 21 at 6pm.

Blooming Naturalists - Prospect Park Audobon Center
Through April 30, 2012 - Flatbush

Spring into action and train to be a naturalist. Learn how to use tools of the trade and make your own nature journal.

Spring Sprouts - Lefferts Historic House
Through April 30, 2012 - Flatbush

Check out how our historic kitchen garden is coming along this spring and make your own pot of herbs to take home using newspaper, soil, and seeds.

Teacher in the Library - The Field Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Peekskill

Puzzled by a homework assignment? Only understand a fraction of your math? Drop in for homework help from a certified teacher. Homework help is available April 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 23, 24, 26, and 30, from 4-6pm.

Book Babies - The Field Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Peekskill

An interactive program for the littlest library lovers (babies to age 3) and their caregivers. Stories, songs, fingerplays, and play time. Wednesdays at 11am, April 11, 18, and 25.

TRAILWALKER'S CLUB - Greenburgh Nature Center
Through April 30, 2012 - Scarsdale

Slip on your boots and join the new Trailwalker's Club. Trailwalkers aims to get adults of all ages outdoors for 20-30 minute morning walks in the woods. Just show up in front of the Manor House at 8am to check in, make new friends and start the day with fresh air and exercise. Tuesdays, April 3, 10, 17, and 24.

Free Saturday Crafts for Kids - Lakeshore Learning Store
Through April 30, 2012 - Scarsdale

Free crafts for kids ages 3 and older. April 7 (Fun Bunny Basket), 14 (Cowboy Boot Bag), 21 (Little Gardener Apron for Earth Day), and 28 (Fancy Feathered Bird). Please visit www.LakeshoreLearning.com/FreeCrafts4Kids for more information.

Croton-on-Hudson Winter Market (Formerly Briarcliff Indoor) - Van Wyck Shopping Plaza II
Through April 30, 2012 - Croton-on-Hudson

Farm-fresh foods from local vendors. Saturdays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28.

Mamaroneck Indoor Market - St. Thomas' Episcopal Church - Heathcote Hall
Through April 30, 2012 - Mamaroneck

Farm-fresh foods from local vendors. Saturdays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28.

Community Gallery - Long Island Children's Museum
Through April 30, 2012 - Garden City

Stop by the Community Gallery to view a mixed media exhibition featuring the artwork of elementary school students from Elmont School District. The exhibit runs Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm, through April 30, 2012

Chess - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Chess lovers of all ages are welcome to come play. Contact the Reference Department for more information. In the 2nd Floor Conference Room. Ongoing Tuesdays, April 3, 10, 17, and 24.

Homework Help - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

A teacher is available in the Children's Room to help children with homework and projects. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, April 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19, 23, 24, and 26.

Time for Twos - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Short stories, finger plays, and activities for 2-year-olds with a parent or caregiver. In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Thursdays, April 5, 12, 19, and 26.

Mother Goose Story Time - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Mother Goose rhymes and songs with lots of participation and music, for children ages 1 to 2-1/2 years old with a parent or caregiver. In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Mondays, Mondays, April 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30.

Baby Laptime - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Finger plays and lap games in a small group setting, for babies who are not yet walking. In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Mondays, April 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Stories and free play with the Library's collection of cars, trucks, and trains for ages 2 older with a parent or caregiver. In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Fridays, Fridays, April 6, 13, 20, and 27.

First Steps at the Library - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

For preschoolers with a parent or caregiver. In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Fridays, April 6, 13, 20, and 27.

Brick Builders - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

A Lego building club for children in grades 1 and up. Ongoing Fridays, April 6, 13, 20, and 27.

Pre-School Pals - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Stories and crafts for ages 3-5 years with a parent or caregiver. In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Tuesdays, April 3, 10, 17, and 24.

Family Fun - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Stories and crafts for all ages and families (children ages 6 and younger must be accompanied by an adult). In the Children's Program Room. Ongoing Wednesdays, April 4, 11, 18, and 25.

Bi-Lingual Story Time at the Ossining Public Library - Ossining Public Library
Through April 30, 2012 - Ossining

Bi-lingual stories and crafts in English and Spanish for all ages (children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult). Ongoing Wednesdays, April 4, 11, 18, and 25.

UniverSoul Circus - Floyd Bennett Field
Through April 30, 2012 - Marine Park

The UniverSoul Circus sets up its tent from April 18-29, bringing a mix of music, artistry, comedy, circus acrobatics, and dance.

Daniel Bottero Art Exhibit: The Love of the Poet - Time Warner Center
Through April 30, 2012 - New York

More than 60 works of art by Argentine painter Daniel Bottero, a favorite of the New York-Palm Beach and Hollywood sets, will be featured in a special month-long exhibition at Time Warner Center. The Works of Daniel Bottero will include the artist’s newest work amongst other abstract paintings created in his Miami studio, which bring his experiences and emotions to canvas using bold colors and dramatic images. Daniel Bottero’s work has been represented in galleries and museums around the world and his paintings can be found among the private collections of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Al Pacino, Oscar de la Hoya and Gloria Estefan. Visit http://botterocollector.com.

April is Book Swap Month - Torly Kid
Through April 30, 2012 - Tribeca

Refresh your library in a sustainable way! April is Book Swap Month at Torly Kid. Bring your “gently used” picture or chapter books in and trade them for other books Torly Kid has collected. At the end of the month, all remaining books will be donated to a charity.

The Cocktail of April - KRISTALBELLI
Through April 30, 2012 - New York

KRISTALBELLI The Cocktail of April Complimentary Crystal Cocktail for the Guests Born in April! * Valid ID Required

Dick Tracy vs. Crime Inc. - Museum of the Moving Image
Through May 01, 2012 - Astoria

There are daily screenings of episodes of classic movie serials in Tut's Fever Movie Palace, an artwork by Red Grooms and Lysiane Luong that pays homage to the movie palace. Dick Tracy vs. Crime Inc. is a thrilled-filled serial about the iron-jawed crime fighter whose adversary, the Ghost, can turn himself invisible. Families can enjoy fifteen episodes, with new episodes available weekly.

Giant Puppet-Making Workshop - Westbeth Center for the Arts
Through May 02, 2012 - West Village

As featured artists of the 2012 PEN World Voices Festival, PAW leads free drop-in workshops to create giant puppets and other visual elements for mobile performances on NYC's spectacular High Line. In this workshop, staff and students will translate the sensual anatomy of books, bindings, folios, paper, and print into bibliomorphic puppets and performing objects that officially open the Festival with a Parade of Illuminations on April 30 at dusk. On subsequent Festival evenings, roving performances of Ex Libris will inhabit the Highline, leaving behind PEN-authored texts in the hands of a few lucky passers-by. The workshops run April 21–May 2 at the Westbeth Center for the Arts. No experience is necessary and older kids are welcome if accompanied by an adult. Staff will introduce participants to techniques in large-scale puppetry, illuminated structures, paper-casting, low-tech printmaking, and "altered books," ultimately offering the opportunity to bring the students' creations to life on The High Line. For more information, contact penvolunteer@gmail.com.

Winfred Rembert: Amazing Grace - Hudson River Museum
Through May 05, 2012 - Yonkers

Winfred Rembert: Amazing Grace is the first major museum exhibition dedicated to this mid-career, self-taught artist. The exhibit shows the dramatic, biographical nature of Rembert's art as it documents the tumultuous moments of civil rights history. More than 50 original works that Rembert created from stretched, stained, and etched leather, historical photographs of his life, and a new documentary of his work, created by noted filmmaker Vivian Ducat, will be on view. In the galleries, traditional gospel music, pivotal for Rembert, will be heard in recordings, and Rembert will both sing gospel songs and discuss his experiences in the galleries on several dates. Rembert, a boy growing up in 1950s rural Georgia, did backbreaking labor in the cotton fields. As a young man, he barely escaped arrest during a 1960's civil rights march, and survived a near lynching. A prisoner serving an unjust seven-year sentence, he learned to make pattern and design on hand tooled leather by watching a fellow inmate create tooled leather wallets. Years later in colorful tableaux on tanned leather, Rembert conjured a world of incredible brutality and close personal ties existing in discomforting proximity. Amazing Grace's riveting themes include the Cotton Field series, where cotton balls snake relentlessly through rows where field hands toiled. Another theme explores the lighter side of Rembert's memories of small town Cuthbert, Georgia. He populates his canvases with the town's characters and scenes of a pool hall, jazz club, cafe, and church meetings. The exhibition is organized by the Hudson River Museum and curated by Bartholomew F. Bland. Through May 5.

You Can Judge A Book By Its Cover - Gallery North
Through May 05, 2012 - Setauket

A group of children's book illustrators has come together for this presentation. Each artist brings diversity. The exhibition has a range of books spanning cultural and religious heritages. Original artwork from these books will be for sale. April 13-May 5. Closed Mondays.

Storytelling in Japanese Art - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through May 06, 2012 -

Japan has enjoyed a long tradition of narrative painting, one that continues even today with the popular contemporary Japanese cartoon (manga) and animation. This exhibition will offer particularly stellar examples of illustrated Japanese narrative works from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century. Drawn from some of the foremost American collections as well as the Museum's own holdings, it will be the first exhibition devoted to this subject in the United States in more than twenty-five years. It will feature more than sixty-five exquisitely executed paintings in various formats: handscroll (emaki), album, book, hanging scroll, screen, and playing cards.

Duncan Phyfe - Master Cabinetmaker in New York - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through May 06, 2012 -

n the early 1800s, furniture from the workshop of New York City cabinetmaker Duncan Phyfe (1770–1854) was in such demand that he was referred to as the "United States Rage." This exhibition—the first retrospective on Phyfe in ninety years—will serve to re-introduce this artistic and influential master cabinetmaker to a contemporary audience. The full chronological sweep of Phyfe's distinguished career will be featured, including examples of his best-known furniture based on the English Regency designs of Thomas Sheraton, work from the middle and later stages of his career when he adopted the richer "archaeological" antique style of the 1820s, and a highly refined, plain Grecian style based on French Restauration prototypes. The exhibition brings together nearly one hundred works from private and public collections throughout the United States. Highlights of the exhibition include some never-before-seen documented masterpieces and furniture descended directly in the Phyfe family, as well as the cabinetmaker's own tool chest. Organized chronologically, the exhibition will present the cabinetmaker's life and work through drawings, documents, personal possession, and furniture. Portraits of his clients and contemporary depictions of New York City street scenes and domestic interiors will provide a glimpse into Phyfe's milieu.

'Storytelling in Japanese Art' - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through May 06, 2012 - Manhattan

Japan has enjoyed a long tradition of storytelling through paintings and illustrated books, which continues today in the popular art of manga (comic books for children and adults). Showcasing more than 90 vibrant works drawn from the New York Public Library and other local collections, as well as works from the Metropolitan's own holdings, this exhibit traces the rich history of illustrated narratives that thrived in the medieval and early modern periods of Japan. The focus of the exhibition is some 20 rare, illustrated handscrolls called emaki.

The Loving Story: Photographs by Grey Villet - International Center of Photography
Through May 06, 2012 - New York

Forty-five years ago, sixteen states still prohibited interracial marriage. Then, in 1967, the U.S. Supreme Court considered the case of Richard Perry Loving, a white man, and his wife, Mildred Loving, a woman of African American and Native American descent, who had been arrested for miscegenation nine years earlier in Virginia. The Lovings were not active in the Civil Rights movement but their tenacious legal battle to justify their marriage changed history when the Supreme Court unanimously declared Virginia's anti-miscegenation law -- and all race-based marriage bans -- unconstitutional. LIFE magazine photographer Grey Villet's intimate images were uncovered by director Nancy Buirski during the making of The Loving Story, a documentary debuting on February 14, 2012 on HBO. The exhibition, organized by Assistant Curator of Collections Erin Barnett, includes some 20 vintage prints loaned by the estate of Grey Villet and by the Loving family.

Perspectives 2012 - International Center of Photography
Through May 06, 2012 - New York

Perspectives is an exhibition series that focuses on emerging young artists working in photography and video. The small group exhibitions in the series are nonthematic, highlighting the individual ideas and achievements of an engaging and eclectic group of new faces. Those presented within Perspectives have not been widely exhibited, inspiring conversations on contemporary art, broadening ICP's audience, and revealing work that may otherwise not be seen outside of a small gallery setting. Above all, Perspectives will highlight global contemporary artists who have not yet been shown in New York, and who may not conventionally be considered photographers. ICP Curator Christopher Phillips organized this second exhibition in the series, which includes work by Chien-Chi Chang, Greg Girard, and Anna Shteynshleyger.

Magnum Contact Sheets - International Center of Photography
Through May 06, 2012 - New York

Magnum Contact Sheets reveals how Magnum photographers have captured and edited their best shots from the 1930s to the present. The contact sheet, a direct print of a roll or sequence of negatives, is the photographer's first look at what he or she has captured on film, and provides a uniquely intimate glimpse into their working process. It records each step on the route to arriving at an image -- providing a rare behind-the-scenes sense of walking alongside the photographer and seeing through their eyes. Including both celebrated icons of photography and lesser-known surprises, the exhibition functions as an "epitaph" to the contact sheet, now rendered obsolete by digital photography. Through these fascinating and usually private images, the exhibition celebrates what and how photographers saw for nearly a century. Coinciding with the publication of Magnum Contact Sheets (Thames & Hudson), edited by ICP Curator Kristen Lubben, the exhibition includes a selection of some of the 139 contact sheets in the book.

Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi, 1707-1857 - Japan Society
Through May 06, 2012 -

Delhi has served as a cultural center of North India for more than a millennium in different incarnations. This exhibition focuses on the 18th century to the mid-19th century, the crucial period when Delhi moved from being the heart of the late Mughal Empire to becoming the jewel in the crown of the British Raj. The exhibition examines Mugha

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