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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on August 24


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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, August 24, 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 August 24. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Shabbat for Tots - Union Temple
Through December 28, 2012 - Brooklyn

Singing, dancing, and a little Hebrew for toddlers, preschoolers, and their adult guests. Led by Yoshie - kids' favorite!

20th Anniversary: Charlie Parker Jazz Festival - Bird with Strings with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Special Guests - SummerStage
August 24, 2012 -

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the beloved late summer jazz favorite, the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival. In honor of this anniversary, SummerStage will present an additional evening of performances. This exceptional night will feature the world premiere of specially commissioned pieces by Revive Music Group in collaboration with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, celebrating the vibrant work of Charlie Parker's 1950's record, Charlie Parker with Strings.

Summer Camp at the Museum - New York City Police Museum
Through August 24, 2012 -

Children will explore the cultural institutions of Lower Manhattan, learn about Police and how they do their job and participate in science, engineering and arts activities. Register at Full-week sessions for ages 5-10. 9:30am-4pm each day (before and after care available).

Scaryoke with Shequida - Times Scare
August 24, 2012 - New York

Considering some of the voices they've heard, Times Scare knows Karaoke can be pretty scary. But just wait until sultry Mistress of the Night, Shequida, gets on stage to host Scaryoke live in the crypt every Friday night. Frightfully delicious sing-along fun where you can win special Scaryoke prizes! Sign up at 9pm, show begins at 10pm.

International Gem and Jewelry Show - Westchester County Center
August 24, 2012 - White Plains

Exhibitors from around the World offer a huge selection of quality jewelry of all kinds including loose colored gemstones, fine finished jewelry, fashion jewelry, beads, and more. Enjoy discounts of 20-40% off regular retail price. Note: children ages 8 years and younger not permitted.

ZEPHYR Happy Hour Cruise - Circle Line Downtown
August 24, 2012 - New York

Experience Happy Hour in glittering style! Cruise along New York Harbor aboard the luxurious ZEPHYR yacht and enjoy a Happy Hour like never before. Straight up or on the rocks, every drink is on the water! It's the hottest way to cool down! Enjoy: 90-Minute Harbor Cruise; Live DJs; 2 Cash Bars; Drink Specials; Sun Deck; Two Fully Enclosed, Climate-Controlled Decks; Breathtaking Views of the Skyline at Sunset. Thursdays & Fridays, departs 6:30pm, Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend. $25. Must be 21 or older, with valid ID.

Cocktails with the Whales - Mystic Aquarium
August 24, 2012 - Mystic

Looking for fun after work? Chill out with the coolest crowd in town! Our Arctic Coast belugas play as you mingle to live music and savor our new signature drink and “on the fly” menu. Contact Phone Number: For reservations, call 860.572.5955 ext. 520 Contact Email: Event Website:

Otter Spot - Stamford Museum and Nature Center
Through August 24, 2012 - Stamford

Discover the secret lives of North American River Otters with the center's otter keepers as they feed Edie and Bert lunch. Stick around after feeding for a question and answer period. Participate in interactive games and activities. Monday-Friday through August 24.

Corn Husk Creations - Mashantucket Pequot Museum
August 24, 2012 - Mashantucket

Join museum educators to make corn husk dolls, cornhusk hats, cornhusk flowers, or create a colorful mosaic with corn kernels.

Music and Movement - Long Island Children's Museum
August 24, 2012 - Garden City

It's music, music, music. Musical instruments and catchy sing-along songs get the youngest children to move their bodies.

NYC Rockin' The River Cruises - Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises - (Circle Line 42nd Street)
August 24, 2012 - New York

Music with a View - Each NYC Rock The River Cruise is a scenic tour and live music event in the most intimate and friendly concert setting you've ever experienced. Listening to your favorite artists while sailing past the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge and the world's greatest NYC skyline - you've never seen music like this before. CRUZAN Presents: The Nerds - Twenty years of The Nerds has seen sold out shows at Carnegie Hall, a July 4th performance at South Street Seaport to a crowd of over 12,000, and acting as hosts to MTV's Ultimate Cover Band Contest. They are one of the best known cover bands playing soul, classic rock, and tv themes. Their lively stage show and banter also plays a large part in their performance.

Sunset Jam on the Hudson - Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park
August 24, 2012 - Lower Manhattan

Improvise on African, Latin and Caribbean rhythms at Sunset Jam on the Hudson drumming circles. The gatherings are led by master drummers Maguette Camara, Peter Hawes, and Mary Knysh. After beginning with the teaching of traditional drumming patterns, and establishing a steady heartbeat pulse, participants are then asked to contribute their own rhythmic patterns as part of a call and response chanting and drumming. Maguette Camara is the founder and director of Mane Kadang, a group of West African musicians and dancers. Maguette teaches African Dance at Barnard-Columbia University and the Alvin Ailey School of Dance. Peter Hawes is a percussionist and composer who uses West African and Middle Eastern hand drumming and improvisation to teach people about rhythm, music and world culture. He has created and led programs for all ages and levels of musical and creative experience. Mary Knysh is a professional musician and educator. She plays many kinds of drums, guitars, flutes and recorders, as well as the tambourine and mandolin. Mary's albums include Rhythms All Around (2005), Walk About (2004), Sussurus (2000) and Heart Like a Feather (1998).

Train - Toyota Concert Series on TODAY
August 24, 2012 -

Dutchess County Fair - Dutchess County Fairgrounds
August 24, 2012 - Rhinebeck

For six days each August, the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck hosts the second largest county fair in New York State. This hugely popular event attracts about 350,000 visitors, many of whom return year after year to see the 160 acre site become a showplace for agriculture in Dutchess County, featuring animals, plants, farm products, crafts, fair foods, carnival rides, and more. Check online for the schedule of daily and nightly entertainment.

Children's Music Program - New City Library
August 24, 2012 - New City

Children ages 12-36 months can join Mark and Gail of MusicClasse4Kids, as they teach basic music competence in rhythm, range of pitch, vocal imitation, and motion using traditional and new music gathered from around the world. This program has limited registration for children ages 12 - 36 months. Parents of participants must have a New City or W. Nyack library card. Pre-registration is required. Contact J. Makoujy at

National Circus Project - Long Island Children's Museum
August 24, 2012 - Garden City

The National Circus Project is back and they�re bringing some of their best acts. Sit back and enjoy their hysterical acts, then join in the fun and learn all the tricks of the trade. The whole family will enjoy this show.

Preschool Playdate - BounceU-Farmingdale
August 24, 2012 - Farmingdale

Whether you are looking to meet up with a friend, make new ones or just spend some time with mom or dad, BounceU is the place to be. Preschool Playdate includes bounce and snack for children 6 years old and younger.

Game Day! - Little Joe's Books
August 24, 2012 - Katonah

Games will be out all day for kids of all ages to play. Great for ages 3 and older.

Wii Play - Haverstraw Public Library, Village Branch
August 24, 2012 - Haverstraw

Challenge yourself and your friends on the Wii. No registration required. For grades 1-6.

Green Teens - Long Island Children's Museum
Through August 24, 2012 - Garden City

Each week our Green Teens will lead visitors through an activity, craft or game with a different nature-related theme. Learn fun ways to help the environment, enjoy a variety of outdoor experiences and try your hand at cooking, crafts, and other science activities.

TROVE @ the Movies: 'Cars 2' - White Plains Public Library
August 24, 2012 - White Plains

In this Disney-Pixar animated adventure, the race car, Lightning McQueen, and the incomparable tow truck, Mater, take their friendship on the road when they head overseas to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix. Rated G, 106 mins.

Yoga Together - Wave Hill
August 24, 2012 - Bronx

Child and parent/caregiver practice fun yoga poses that build strength, increase flexibility and relax the body and mind in this class designed for children ages 2-5 years. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a mat if possible. Sessions are held outdoors only and are weather dependent. Call 718-549-3200 x245 by 8am on class day for weather updates.

Back to School Bash - Whole Foods Market White Plains
August 24, 2012 - White Plains

A scavenger hunt for children throughout the store, plus a storewide tasting of great kids products, tips for quick and healthy lunches, and more!

WILL DOWNING - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
August 24, 2012 - New York

Women love Will Downing. And men love the women who love Will Downing. In his over two-decade recording career, the Brooklyn native has carved for himself a solid career as one of the leading purveyors of unapologetic, unabashed romantic music. And while this path has not translated to crossover success - or even to broad urban radio success - it has gained him a solid musical legacy and a rabidly loyal following of, well ... women. Downing had his first national exposure as a popular backing vocalist in the '80s before signing with Island Records. He recorded two modestly successful albums and had a minor hit with a cover of "A Love Supreme" before releasing his breakout 1991 album A Dream Fulfilled, which featured his superb baritone deftly handling such diverse songs as War's "The World is a Ghetto," Paul Davis's "I Go Crazy," and Angela Bofill's "I Try." Both "I Try" and the album hit the Urban Top 25, and critical acclaim for the disc abounded.

Korean Culture Camp:Year of The Dragon - Flushing Town Hall
August 24, 2012 - Flushing

Children in grades K-5 can meet Korea through fun activities: drama, art, and traditional music. Students will develop their creativity, study the meaning of the Dragon, and learn about Korea in various ways.

Free Friday Family Jam Series: A Celebration of Caribbean Carnival - Brooklyn Children's Museum
August 24, 2012 - Crown Heights

A steel drum band transports you to the West Indies!

Mark Farner Concert (formerly of Grand Funk Railroad) - Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre-Eisenhower Park
August 24, 2012 - East Meadow

Rock n Roll singer and guitarist Mark Farner, formerly of Grand Funk Railroad, plays Eisenhower Park in a once in a lifetime rock concert event. This icon is known for such songs as "Closer To Home/I'm Your Captain," "The Locomotion," "Bad Time," "Some Kind Of Wonderful" and many more. The Long Island band The Mystic will open the show.

Kidz Cook - Staten Island Children's Museum
August 24, 2012 - Staten Island

What's Irish gold medal soup? Make some and find out!

Puss in Boots - Maria Hernandez Park
August 24, 2012 - Bushwick

Watch the conniving, swashbucking cat in boots on the big screen. Don't forget the blanket and picnic basket.

Family Concert: Bari Koral - Norwalk Public Library
August 24, 2012 - Norwalk

Children from birth to age 5 and their caregivers are invited to hear Bari's pop-friendly tunes.

Family Movie Night - Moxie Spot
August 24, 2012 - Brooklyn Heights

The Moxie Spot combines its comfy food with a program of short movies and a family-friendly feature. Check website for movie titles.

Passport Friday-Puerto Rico - Queens Museum of Art
August 24, 2012 - Flushing

Families can leave their baggage at home and enjoy the great outdoors at this event which features live dance performances, a concert, and film screening from one of the many international locales that fuel the borough's cultural and artistic vitality. Bring a blanket.

The Prince & Michael Experience - Highline Ballroom
August 24, 2012 -

Collectively, Prince and Michael Jackson helped define the early '80s era of MTV, revolutionized both R&B and popular music, and influenced thousands of musicians worldwide. The Prince and Michael Experience is meant to celebrate the music of two of the biggest pop cultural icons of our generation -- a celebration carried out with love and mutual respect for both artists.

Remember: The Music of Michael Jackson Duwende: MJ Birthday Tribute - Highline Ballroom
August 24, 2012 -

Duwende (Doo-WEN-day) is an award-winning six-person a cappella group based out of New York. Each member of the group adds his or her own characteristics and talent to the group, giving the ensemble the credibility of an a cappella outfit and the persona of a band. The group is best known for its fiercely original, bass-and-beatbox-driven funk and pop style of music and has headlined major a cappella festivals such as the East Coast Summit, SoJam, and AcappellaStock.

Storytime - Barnes & Noble Booksellers
August 24, 2012 - West Nyack

Stop by the Children's department for weekly story time.

Sci-Tech Workshop: Bot Building - Sony Wonder Technology Lab
August 24, 2012 - Upper East Side

Wouldn't you like to have your very own robot? Well you can. Using motors, screws, recycled materials, and your imagination, assemble and power up your personalized robot to take home. Reservations for up to 4 children can be made beginning the Monday of the week the program is offered by calling (212) 833-8100. Best suited for ages 8 and older.

Story Time with Jordan - Powerhouse Arena
August 24, 2012 - DUMBO

Powerhouse Arena's resident children's literature authority, Jordan Neilsen, reads some of the store's famous kids books.

The US Open Qualifying Tournament - USTA National Tennis Center (not at Arthur Ashe Stadium).
August 24, 2012 - Flushing

A fun way for families to enjoy the US Open without paying US Open prices. At this four-day event held on the field courts, professional tennis players compete to qualify for berths in the US Open.

Toddler Time - Ridgewood Library
August 24, 2012 - Ridgewood

Toddlers ages 18-36 months, may enjoy this storytime with free play and toys. Must be accompanied by a caregiver.

Summer 2012 Group Show - Greenberg Van Doren
Through August 24, 2012 - New York

Farmer's Market Friday - Queens Botanical Garden
August 24, 2012 - Flushing

Get fresh produce, nuts, coffee, and nut butters from the Farmer's Market! Every Friday beginning June 22 from 8:30am to 4pm on Dahlia Avenue off Main Street.

Print It! - Children's Museum of the Arts
August 24, 2012 - West Village

Learn about and explore different methods of printmaking.

River Flicks for Kids: The Smurfs - Hudson River Park's Pier 46
August 24, 2012 - Greenwich Village

Free outdoor movies just for kids under the stars on Manhattan's west side waterfront. Films start at dusk. There will be free popcorn; beverages and other snacks available for purchase. This week's film is "The Smurfs" (2011; 103 minutes; rated PG).

FringeJR: 'Blown Away by Poetry' - The Studio at Cherry Lane Theatre
August 24, 2012 - West Village

The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), the largest multi-arts festival in North America, will present the 16th Annual Festival Aug. 10-26. FringeJR is the kids and family-friendly portion of the festival. "Blown Away by Poetry" is a play about Wendy Windstorm, Grumpy Harry, and the power of poetry.

FringeJR: 'Super Sidekick: The Musical' - SoHo Playhouse
August 24, 2012 - SoHo

The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), the largest multi-arts festival in North America, will present the 16th Annual Festival Aug. 10-26. FringeJR is the kids and family-friendly portion of the festival. "Super Sidekick: The Musical" is a show about adventure, romance, and ninja koalas.

FringeJR: 'The Great Pie Robbery ...Or, We Really Knead the Dough' - Theatre 80
August 24, 2012 - East Village

The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), the largest multi-arts festival in North America, will present the 16th Annual Festival Aug. 10-26. FringeJR is the kids and family-friendly portion of the festival. "The Great Pie Robbery...Or, We Really Knead the Dough" is a spoof of turn-of-the-century melodramas and includes a dashing hero, a mustache-twirling villain, and a slew of wacky characters.

Kung Fu Panda 2- Movie - Newbridge Road Park
August 24, 2012 - Bellmore

Bring the family out for this giant screen presentation of Kung Fu Panda 2.

Bjork's 'Biophilia' Multimedia Workshops - Children's Museum of Manhattan
August 24, 2012 - Upper West Side

Children and families explore Bjork's "Biophilia" apps through CMOM's unique musical experiences, hands-on science experiments, and dance.

Rockland Boulders v.s. The Jackals - Provident Bank Park
August 24, 2012 - Pomona

Come dressed in your favorite Halloween costume and prepared for trick-or-treating and a costume contest. The Peak Party returns from 6-8pm in the Coors Light Bridge Bar, and be on hand to celebrate Firefighters' Night. After the game, adults can enjoy live music with the Boulder Band in the Bridge Bar.

Musical: 'A Little Night Music' - Armonk Library - Whipoorwill Hall
August 24, 2012 - Armonk

Little Radical Theatrics, Inc. presents its Summer 2012 production, "A Little Night Music." Book by Hugh Wheeler; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; inspired by the Ingmar Bergman film. One of Broadway's most beloved masterpieces, "A Little Night Music" deals with the universal subject of love, in all its wondrous, humorous, and ironic permutations. Tickets online at; by phone at 800-836-3008 (mention ALNM); by e-mail at

Hope is the saddest - First Floor Theatre at La Mama
Through August 24, 2012 - New York

*Direct from the National Arts Festival of South Africa* *Winner of the ‘Best Theatre Award’ at the 2012 Perth Fringe Festival* *Winner of the ‘Best Production Award’ in 2007 at The Blue Room in Perth* Mythophobic Productions in association with FringeNYC presents Hope is the saddest, a heartbreaking comedy about three people lost somewhere in the outer skirts of reality, by Jeffrey Jay Fowler. Direct from their run at the National Arts Festival of South Africa, Hope is the saddest was the winner of the ‘Best Theatre Award’ at the 2012 Perth Fringe Festival, and winner of the ‘Best Production Award’ in 2007 at The Blue Room in Perth. Part of the 16th annual New York International Fringe Festival, the production will be held at Venue #8: The First Floor Theatre at LA MAMA, 74 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003 for five performances from August 10-29, 2011. Jeffrey Jay Fowler directs. The cast includes Michelle Robin Anderson, Jeffrey Jay Fowler, and Natalie Holmwood. Theo is the most confused. Marion is the loneliest. But Hope is the saddest. Hope is the saddest is a bright black comedy with tells the story of three loners whose lives crash together in a pool of blood. Hope is a Dolly Parton fan, set to make the world a better place. Theo is a lonely gay would-be inventor. Marion recently inherited money, and moved out of the suitcase she grew up in. Called “Witty and Profound” by The Sunday Times, and a “Beautiful Gem” by the South African National Arts Festival, Hope is the saddest was the winner of the Best Theatre Award at the 2012 Perth Fringe Festival, winner of the 2007 Blue Room Best Production Award, and the 2008 Equity Award for Best Newcomer (Michelle Robin Anderson). The first incarnation was a monologue performed at the Artrage festival 2006 as part of Shorts and Solos.

Madame Tellier's Establishment - Theater For The New City
Through August 24, 2012 - New York

In a Normandy port city, much to the surprise of her regular clientele, Mme Tellier decides to shut down her successful brothel in order to travel back to her hometown to attend the confirmation of her niece. As she doesn’t trust her “girls” to stay in the house on their own, she brings them along to the tiny farming village. On their train journey, they meet a small-town couple and their duck who can’t quite believe their luck(husband)/misfortune(wife)/quack(duck) to be in a small compartment with four beautiful, sensuous creatures; along the way they also pick up an extremely obliging traveling ribbon salesman who only too happy to be squeezed into their 2nd class coach. Once arrived in Mme’s home village, the ladies are treated like celebrities and given the place of honor at the church. As the angelic little girls present themselves before the altar, each of the ladies, in turn become so moved, they begin to weep -- their weeping so moves the congregation the priest becomes convinced the women are the vessel of God. Mme Tellier hustles the girls out of town before her brother becomes “overcome” as well and they beat a quick retreat to the evening train. All ends well at the House of Tellier as the word spreads among the gentlemen of the city that “the ship has come to port” and each girl is able to re-assume her position as an archetype of the feminine in Mme’s collection, as she pours out half-price champagne.

Ladies Night Out - End of Summer - Circle Line Downtown
August 24, 2012 - New York

It's the first ever Ladies Night Out on the ZEPHYR, and you've just got to be there. Grab your besties, co-workers, neighbors, sorority sister, single mom friends, and anyone else that wants to be pampered and party! Where else can you get in some serious girl talk with beautiful scenery, delicious cocktails, the latest tunes spinning, a pyschic reading and a decadent dessert bar to die for!!!! Our VIP Package comes complete with open premium bar, gift bag mini manicure and mini-massage, so you will also be leaving the boat feeling more relaxed. Each month there will be a different theme with an array of vendors to shop and become even more beautiful then you already are.

Forces of Nature Dance Theater in Concert: SUMMER MOVES - Theatre of the Riverside Church
Through August 24, 2012 - New York

One of Harlem’s own, Forces of Nature Dance Theatre, under the direction of co-founder and Executive Artistic Director Abdel Saalam, opens at Theatre of Riverside Church Aug. 23-24 with Saalam’s brand of neo-African dance and a program of repertory works as well as two works in progress. General Admission: $30 Special VIP: $100 includes Reception, Gift Bag and Priority Seating Box Office: 212.870.6784

OTTO KNOWS + SIKDUO | Friday August 24 @ Pacha NYC - Pacha NYC
August 24, 2012 - New York

Friday August 24 Pacha NYC presents… OTTO KNOWS SIKDUO FREE ADMISSION BEFORE 12 MIDNIGHT click here to get on the list... GET TICKETS Doors 10pm Table Reservations 212.209.7500 Pacha NYC 618 W.46th St.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rockland Boulders Night - Provident Bank Park Boulders Stadium
August 24, 2012 - Pomona

The Rockland Boulders will donate a percentage of ticket sales to Big Brothers Big Sisters; Active International will match that amount.

'In Ghostly Japan: Stories of Strange Things' - Hudson Guild Theatre
August 24, 2012 - Chelsea

"Stories of Strange Things" is a horror story based on stories written by Rampo Edogawa (one of Japan's leading contemporary bizarre mystery writer) and by Yakumo Koizumi (collector of ghostly folklore in Japan), incorporating projections inspired by Japanese Kage-e (shadow play), theatrical tricks and puppetry. Performance is in English. Show is free but reservations are recommended at

SEE IT BIG! SCREENING: BRAZIL - Museum of the Moving Image
August 24, 2012 - Queens

Dir. Terry Gilliam. 1985, 132 mins. 35mm. With Jonathan Pryce, Robert De Niro, Ian Holm, Michael Palin. Gilliam's jaw-dropping dystopian science-fiction black comedy, which was almost shelved by Universal, imagines a totalitarian surveillance society that would make Orwell envious. When minor bureaucrat Pryce notices a clerical error that led the state to arrest the wrong man, it sets him on a quest for freedom, and makes him public enemy number one.

BUDDY GUY - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
Through August 24, 2012 - New York

Any discussion of Buddy Guy invariably involves a recitation of his colossal musical resume and hard-earned accolades. He's a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, a chief guitar influence to rock titans like Hendrix, Clapton, Beck, and Vaughan, a pioneer of Chicago's fabled West Side, and a living link to that city's halcyon days of electric blues. Opening act, Quinn Sullivan.

FREE ENTRY at KISS & FLY on European Nightlife's guestlist - Kiss & Fly
August 24, 2012 - Manhattan

Looking for a nightclub in New York, una discoteca in Nueva York, une discotheque a New York or un locale in New York? and having fun? European Nightlife offers free nightclub passes and Guest lists to Enjoy the NYC Nightlife at no cost or reduced cost! Our Current nightclubs: Tuesday: Avenue Wednesdays: Veranda Thursdays: Empire Hotel after work | Hudson Terrace after work (bi-weekly) Friday: Skyroom | Kiss & Fly Saturday: Marquee | Hudson Terrace | Boat Party Sunday: Brunch Party at Ava Lounge | Boat Party Note: Our parties change on a regular basis, check our updated calendar at: Bottle services and Limo tours available from $160! HOW TO BE PLACED ON THE GUESTLIST AND GET FREE ENTRANCE: To be placed on the guestlist and get a free pass you MUST RSVP in advance - Fill out our Rsvp form at - or by text at 917 995 2946 | 917 557 5787 - or by email at You will receive the instructions to enter with us avoiding the cover charge & line. Our coordinators will personally walk you in the club! Club Policies: *Groups: Please have equal ratio girls/guys-No group of guys admitted *Dress code strict: Dresses/high heels for ladies Nice jeans/collared shirt/leather shoes for gentlemen *Any individual arriving to the venue visibly intoxicated will not be permitted entry Our website: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:

Inspectah Deck of the Wu Tang Clan - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
August 24, 2012 - New York

Mostly Mozart - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Through August 25, 2012 -

Spanning seven venues, the 2012 Mostly Mozart Festival will offer more than 37 events including concerts, dance, visual art, film, pre-concert recitals, late-night performances, lectures, and bird-watching tours through Central Park, a special accompaniment to this summer's birdsong theme. Mostly Mozart Festival 2012 marks the 10th anniversary of Louis Langree as Renee and Robert Belfer Music Director. He will lead nine concerts with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in Avery Fisher Hall, including a FREE preview on July 28. The two thematic highlights of the Festival this year will be a multi-genre exploration on the influence of birdsong on composers and visual artists, complemented by an extensive survey of the music of Schubert.

T.G.I.S. Saturday Drop-In - Fairfield Ludlowe High - Adaptive Recreation
Through August 25, 2012 - Fairfield

This drop-in meets on Saturdays for the entire year and is a social group for the physically and/or cognitively challenged. Activities include dancing, bowling or just hanging out with friends. Each Saturday is themed around a special event or holiday and may include games, recreation, movies or a craft. Meet in room 269.

Family Summer Science - Long Island Science Center
Through August 25, 2012 - Riverhead

Each week this summer the museum offers a different theme which includes Bones Up On Bones, Incredible Water, All About Air, Crazy Chemistry, Wild Weather, Rocking Rocks and Physics of Toys. Weekly themes include activities and crafts, all ongoing. Museum Closed Sundays and Mondays. Program runs July 10-August 25, 2012.

Introduction to Birdwatching - Prospect Park Audubon Center
Through August 25, 2012 - Flatbush

Explore the Park's natural areas and learn how to look for amazing birds. Take a tour and learn about the 250 species of birds that call Prospect Park home.

Mama and Me Fitness Series - Parents R Talking
Through August 25, 2012 - Mineola

This class is a mix of aerobics, balance, strength and stretching. Learn simple, safe, and calming exercises for you and your baby. Moms of little ones are encouraged to wear your baby (in your front carrier) for added resistance. Classes are Saturdays through August 25, 2012. Contact

Baby Talk Music Program - Parents R Talking
Through August 25, 2012 - Mineola

Designed for 3-month to 9-month-olds, with parent or caregiver, the class focuses on verbal and non-verbal forms of communicating and bringing music into play with your baby. This type of play is helpful in the bonding process and stimulates all of the baby's senses. Please indicate if you wish to bring an older sibling.

Ezra Jack Keats Story Hour - Prospect Park Imagination Playground
Through August 25, 2012 - Flatbush

Gather 'round Peter and Willy, the statue of two beloved Keats characters, for storytelling adventures.

Ticket 2 Eternity - Cherry Lane Theatre: Venue 13
Through August 25, 2012 - New York

Ticket 2 Eternity Productions Inc is proud to present Ticket 2 Eternity by Matthew Ethan Davis as part of the 16th Annual New York International Fringe Festival-FringeNYC at the Cherry Lane Studio Theatre on Tuesday, August 14 @ 3pm, Sunday, August 19 @6:30pm, Wednesday, August 22 @ 5:15pm, Friday, August 24 @ 2pm and Sat, August 25 @ 8:15pm. Ticket 2 Eternity follows our young actor Dan, as his parents’ insane need for him to be famous sends him hurdling from his past to present as an over-eager reporter forces him to reveal his real desire - to be a waiter. Chasing fame never tasted so good! Ticket 2 Eternity stars Adyana de la Torre, Brendan Wahlers, Laris Macario and Jay Rivera. Directed by Javier Perez-Karam. Assistant Directed by Angela Rodriguez. Stage Management by David Alejandro Smith. Set/Lighting Design by Sarah Cogan. Sound Design by Andy Cohen. Choreography by Carlos Neto. Music by Maria Linares. Please visit for more info about cast and crew. Ticket 2 Eternity Productions Inc was formed in November 2010, and since then has produced 4 one –act play festivals featuring original works by local playwrights, and over a dozen readings and events. Ticket 2 Eternity Productions was originally formed by Company Director, Adyana de la Torre with Jay Rivera and Brendan Wahlers to bring actors, writers, and directors together to produce works that inspire hope, illuminate reality and tickle the heart strings. Matthew Ethan Davis, Writer in Residence. Cherry Lane Studio Theatre is located at 38 Commerce St. 3 blocks south of Christopher Street and 2 blocks west of 7thAve. 1 Train to Christopher St.

The Standard Upgrade - Theater For The New City
Through August 25, 2012 - New York

Written and directed by Angie Montgomery and Howard Leader. World Premiere. Cabaret Theater Sunday, August 19 at 2:00 PM; Monday, August 20 at 6:30 PM; Tuesday, August 21 at 6:30 PM; Friday, August 24 at 9:00 PM; Saturday, August 25 at 8:00 PM. Running Time: 95 minutes | Tickets $12 Three 40-something year old White guys try to jump-start their lives with their younger, ethnic girlfriends, only to discover that their "upgrades" are not so "standard" after all. Angie Montgomery is a playwright from Connecticut. She played the female lead in local (CT) productions of "Noises Off," "Brighton Beach Memoirs," "The Miracle Worker," and "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf." While at Wesleyan University, she majored in Film where she learned how to craft dialogue for characters. She earned a Masters in Screenwriting from Columbia University , studying under Andy Bienen ("Boys Don't Cry"), James Schamus ("Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon") and James Hart (Steven Spielberg's "Hook"). She has written several television shows and currently runs with her husband, Howard Leader. Howard Leader is a criminal defense attorney by trade, though he has been performing voice-overs for the past ten years. When he is not preparing for court, he acts in industrials and commercials and was recently cast as a Media Commentator in "The Bourne Legacy" by Tony Gilroy. Originally from London, Howard has fond memories of The London School of Economics, where he received his LLB in Law. He has co-written two television shows with his wife, Angie.

The Waiter Project - Theater For The New City
Through August 25, 2012 - New York

Written and created by Elizabeth Swearingen; directed by Irene Kapustina. World Premiere. Community Theater Sunday, August 19 at 8:00 PM; Monday, August 20 at 9:00 PM; Tuesday, August 21 at 9:00 PM; Wednesday, August 22 at 6:30 PM; Saturday, August 25 at 2:00 PM. Running Time: 120 minutes | Tickets $15 "The Waiter Project" is not just a play about waiting tables. Rather it is a modern existential idea that examines time, agency and reality. The play tells the tale of eight down and out waiters working in New York City who have their lives pulled into focus when a Reality TV network shoots a series based on their lives within the restaurant. The play explores the duality we experience while working survival jobs as well as the element of waiting in general. Elizabeth Swearingen is an actor and a playwright in New York City. She attended Circle in the Square Theatre School and Stella Adler Conservatory and is currently attaining her BA from Hunter College in Creative Writing. She has worked with Primary Stages, The Barrow Group, NJ Rep, The Dramatists Guild, The Storm Theatre, The Looking Glass Theatre and TheatreWorks USA as an actor and a playwright. Her one-act play "Thursday Morning" won a festival award in The Looking Glass Theatre's 2011 Winter Forum. "The Waiter Project" is her first full-length play. ( Irene Kapustina was born in Minsk, Belarus and moved to the U.S. in 2003. Acting classes at Act One Studios in Chicago propelled her theater studies to the stage of Loyola University's Theater School and Second City. Upon her graduation from LUC, she moved to New York City, where she now continues her work in the theatre. (

'Coming Home' - Theater for the New City
Through August 25, 2012 - New York

THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY'S THIRD DREAM UP FESTIVAL AUGUST 19 TO SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 "Coming Home," written and directed by Chris Raddatz. Dance Theater. World Premiere. Community Theater Sunday, August 19 at 2:00 PM; Monday, August 20 at 6:30 PM; Tuesday, August 21 at 6:30 PM; Thursday, August 23 at 9:00 PM; Saturday, August 25 at 5:00 PM. Running Time: 75 minutes | Tickets: $15 "Coming Home" is a dance drama which follows the story of a young soldier named Brent as he tries to make the transition from a hostile warzone back to his life at home with longtime girlfriend Sam. The story is written in a nonlinear fashion that allows the audience to experience the main character's internal chaos. Flashbacks collide with current events and in-your-face monologues morph into expressive dances that broaden and expand to the greater world of the play. Chris Raddatz graduated in the BFA – Acting class of 2012 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has written five plays, one of which was self-produced with fellow students in UNCG's Taylor Studio Theatre. He has also written and directed many films, including his short comedy "The Importance of Being Honest," which was awarded Campus Best Picture at the 2011 International Campus Movie Fest and was then given a screening in LA, where it was nominated for two awards, Best Picture and Best Actor. He wrote, produced, directed and acted in his feature film "Break A Home A House." As an actor, he has worked regionally with Triad Stage and Paper Lantern Theatre. "Coming Home" was given a reading at UNCG involving students and faculty and was met there with positive response.

Coming Home - Theater For The New City
Through August 25, 2012 - New York

"Coming Home" is a dance drama which follows the story of a young soldier named Brent as he tries to make the transition from a hostile warzone back to his life at home with longtime girlfriend Sam. The story is written in a nonlinear fashion that allows the audience to experience the main character's internal chaos. Flashbacks collide with current events and in-your-face monologues morph into expressive dances that broaden and expand to the greater world of the play. Chris Raddatz graduated in the BFA – Acting class of 2012 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has written five plays, one of which was self-produced with fellow students in UNCG's Taylor Studio Theatre. He has also written and directed many films, including his short comedy "The Importance of Being Honest," which was awarded Campus Best Picture at the 2011 International Campus Movie Fest and was then given a screening in LA, where it was nominated for two awards, Best Picture and Best Actor. He wrote, produced, directed and acted in his feature film "Break A Home A House." As an actor, he has worked regionally with Triad Stage and Paper Lantern Theatre. "Coming Home" was given a reading at UNCG involving students and faculty and was met there with positive response.

Ticket 2 Eternity - Cherry Lane Theatre: Venue 13
Through August 25, 2012 - New York

Ticket 2 Eternity Productions Inc Presents Ticket 2 Eternity Written by Matthew Ethan Davis Directed by Javier Perez-Karam The New York International Fringe Festival – Fringe NYC A production of The Present Company August 10-26th Tickets: $15-$18. For tickets visit Ticket 2 Eternity follows our young actor Dan, as his parents’ insane need for him to be famous sends him hurdling from his past to present as an over-eager reporter forces him to reveal his real desire - to be a waiter. Chasing fame never tasted so good!

The Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters, the Musical - Marjorie S. Dean Little Theatre
Through August 26, 2012 - New York

New York: Unlike most bears, The Berenstain Bears LIVE! will not be hibernating this winter, the critically-acclaimed family musical will extend for a third time since it came to New York in June 2011. This open-ended extension will be celebrated in a new, more convenient location at the Upper West Sides’ Marjorie S. Dean Little Theatre (5 West 63rd Street), steps from Central Park, beginning on November 5, 2011. Adapted from the classic children’s book series by Stan and Jan Berenstain, The Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters, the Musical brings everyone’s favorite bear family to life in a thrilling theatrical experience that kids as well as their parents will treasure for many years to come. The newest Off-Broadway musical for Mamas, Papas, and Young Cubs in NYC, The Berenstain Bears LIVE! will give boys and girls of all ages the chance to fall in love with these characters, just as their parents did when they were growing up. The Berenstain Bears LIVE! features an original score by Michael Borton and a book by Borton and Michael Slade. The Berenstain Bears LIVE! is produced by Matt Murphy Productions. Audiences and critics rave: "Spirited, energetic, and hilarious for all generations!" - Time Out New York; "The Berenstain Bears LIVE! is a Happy Home In NYC!" - Associated Press; “A Bear-y Big Blast. A Kid-A-Thon of Giggles!" - Big Apple Parent; “Like honey for little kids!” - Mommy Poppins; “Our family loved every minute of it!” - Upper West Side Kids Blog; “A Fantastic Experience for Kids!” -; “Entertaining set of stories with upbeat music!” - Show Business Weekly; “A Great Experience for your Little Bear!” -; “It’s always nice spending time in Bear Country.” - Daily Candy; “Upbeat and Humorous!” - New York Family; “Original Music and Great Energy!” -; “Impossible to not go check it out.” - Single Mama NYC; "A family show that’s a honey of a good time!" -; "Walk out with a BEAR-y happy smile!" - Motherhood Later; "Valuable lessons and a whole lot of silliness." - Rivertowns Patch - Urban Suburban Mom; "Terrific dancing and charming fun songs." – CurtainUp; “A peppy, pop-flavored score!”– NY Times Performance Schedule: Saturdays at 11AM; Sundays at 2PM NEW THEATRE Marjorie S. Dean Little Theatre is located at 5 West 63rd Street HOLIDAY PRFORMANCE SCHEDULE: ADDED PERFORMANCE: Friday, November 25 at 11AM; Wednesday, December 28 at 11AM; Thursday, December 29 at 11AM; Friday, December 30 at 11AM; Saturday, December, 31 at 11AM; (NO PERFORMANCE Sunday, January 1, 2012) RETURNS TO NORMAL PLAYING SCHEDULE JANUARY 7, 2012

'Little Miss Muffet's Monster-Sitting Service' - Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre
Through August 26, 2012 - Manhattan

City Parks Foundation premieres a whimsical new theater piece for the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre based on the beloved nursery rhyme "Little Miss Muffet." "Little Miss Muffet's Monster-Sitting Service" tells the story of Molly Muffet (the great-great-great-great granddaughter of the original Little Miss Muffet) and what happens when she ends up home alone while her parents leave for a high school reunion. Molly's grandfather is called in to babysit but gets stranded by a snowstorm in Alaska. As a last resort, he calls in an old family friend, Aloisius Albrecht Alviss Spider (Al for short), the original spider from the famed nursery rhyme. Molly and Al quickly become friends and hatch a plan to start a baby-sitting service for baby monsters while her parents are away. As the night progresses and baby monsters get dropped off, Molly and Al receive news that the storm of the century is heading their way. Molly, Al, and the babies bunker down for what promises to be a long night filled with music, song, dance, and numerous surprises.

Spies in the House of Art - Photography, Film, and Video - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through August 26, 2012 -

Artists are the secret constituency of museums, inspired and challenged not only by the objects and collections they display but also by the spaces in which they are shown and the authority they represent. Most artists aspire to see their works in museums, even if they joke among themselves about how museums are mausoleums, places where art goes to die. In telling stories about how and why art gets made, museums provide a ready-made foil for artists to react against and clarify their own positions. This selection of photography, film, and video from the permanent collection surveys the various ways museums inspire the making of works of art. A museum can be the setting for a new work or provide the raw material for creations that build upon a previous aesthetic experience. The camera can highlight the estrangement of objects from their original functions, unlock from a straitlaced decorousness of display the desires -- libidinal or otherwise -- that engendered the objects in the first place, or make visible the imaginative projection that underlies much looking at art. At a time when the automatic reflex of a technologically harried and distracted museum visitor may be to point and shoot, capture and move on, these works suggest the benefit of stepping back, reflecting, and lingering. In an unprecedented commingling of old and new works, Andrea Fraser's video Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk (1989) will be exhibited alongside paintings by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Alexandre Cabanel, and Franz Xaver Winterhalter in Gallery 809 within the Galleries of Nineteenth-Century, Modern, and Contemporary Art, around the corner from the main installation. A complementary installation of a dozen photographs from the medium's beginnings to the early 1970s will be on view through May 6 in Gallery 850.

Playing House - Brooklyn Museum
Through August 26, 2012 -

Playing House is the first in a series of installations that aim to engage visitors with the Brooklyn Museum's period rooms. Artists Betty Woodman, Anne Chu, Ann Agee, and Mary Lucier have been invited to place site-specific artwork in eight of the Museum's historic rooms, which have been interpreted by curators over the years to illustrate how Americans of various times, economic levels, and locations lived. The artists were asked to consider these factors when developing their ideas. The project originated with Woodman's observation that although being an artist means confronting the art of the past, no one can enter the past -- except through "make believe," or "playing house," by which the past can be appropriated. Chu created magical birds and flowers out of textiles, feathers, paper, and metal, unexpectedly bringing nature and the outside world into the rooms. Lucier, who is descended from Dutch and Huguenot settlers, created videos that evoke memories of place and where we come from. Agee transformed the strict social order and luxury of the Milligan rooms into an artisan's workshop, and Woodman created table settings and "carpets" incorporating painting and ceramics. Playing House occupies the Cupola House Dining Room, the Russell Parlor, the Cane Acres Plantation Dining Room, the Worsham-Rockefeller Moorish Smoking Room, the Schenck Houses, the Weil-Worgelt Study, and the Milligan Parlor and Library. The installation is organized by Barry R. Harwood, Curator of Decorative Arts, and Eugenie Tsai, John and Barbara Vogelstein Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum.

Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin: a small world... - The Jewish Museum
Through August 26, 2012 -

In the collaborative video a small world..., artists Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin juxtapose home movies of their families -- one African American and one Jewish American --- to explore the intersections of middle-class life across racial lines. Originally recorded in silent super-8 film, the video shows the artists as children growing up in New York and Los Angeles in the 1970s. Typical family events and holidays -- birthdays, Hanukkah, Christmas, barbecues, family trips to Disneyland, playtime in the backyard -- are shown simultaneously, drawing attention to similarities of class while recognizing differences of ethnicity.

The Parade: Nathalie Djurberg with Music by Hans Berg - New Museum
Through August 26, 2012 - New York

"The Parade: Nathalie Djurberg with Music by Hans Berg" is Djurberg's most ambitious multimedia installation to date. Originally organized by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Djurberg will adapt this spectacular installation for the New Museum's 'Studio 231' space. In the hands of Swedish artist Nathalie Djurberg, animation becomes a medium for transgressive and nightmarish allegories of desire and malcontent. Since 2001, she has honed a distinctive style of filmmaking, using the pliability of clay to dramatize our most primal urges -- jealousy, revenge, greed, submission, and gluttony. Set to music and sound effects by her collaborator, Hans Berg, Djurberg's videos plumb the dark recesses of the mind, drawing sometimes disturbing connections between human psychology and animal behavior. Increasingly, the artists' interdisciplinary collaborations have blurred the cinematic, the sculptural, and the performative in immersive environments that pair moving images and musical compositions with related set pieces. For her new work, The Parade (2011), Djurberg has created five captivating animations and an unnerving menagerie of more than eighty freestanding bird sculptures. Drawing on avian physiology, rituals of mating and territorial display, and the social phenomenon of flocking, she has assembled a fantastical procession of species all fashioned from modest materials such as clay, wire, and painted canvas. These hybrid, sometimes monstrous forms speak to the artist's recurring interest in physical and psychological transformation, as well as pageantry, perversion, and abjection. In the accompanying claymation videos, humans and animals alike act out upsetting scenarios of torture, humiliation, and masquerade, further mining the interplay of brutality and guilt at the heart of Djurberg's work. Berg's eerie film scores -- composed of elements both found and invented -- suffuse the entire installation, merging to form a unified soundscape. With these films, both artists have begun to conceive narrative in spatial terms as aspects of character, setting, sound, and action migrate from one story to the next across the exhibition space. Born in Lysekil, Sweden, in 1978, Nathalie Djurberg received her MFA from Malm� Art Academy in 2002, and since that time she has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions around the world. Most notably, in 2009 she presented her installation The Experiment in the exhibition "Making Worlds" at the 53rd Venice Biennale, for which she was awarded the prestigious Silver Lion for Promising Young Artist. In 2008, Djurberg participated in the New Museum's "After Nature" exhibition curated by Massimiliano Gioni. She currently lives and works in Berlin with Hans Berg. Hans Berg was born in Rattvik, Sweden, in 1978. He is a Berlin-based electronic music producer and self-taught musician. He began playing the drums in punk and rock bands at the age of fourteen. By fifteen, Berg started creating electronic music -- which he has made ever since -- when he purchased his first synthesizer and sampler. Berg and Djurberg met in Berlin in 2004. Since then, he has composed the music for all of her films and installations. The exhibition is curated by Eric Crosby and Dean Otto for the Walker Art Center and organized at the New Museum by Gary Carrion-Murayari, Curator.

Bob Marley - Gotham Comedy Club
Through August 26, 2012 - NEW YORK

Originally from Maine, Bob Marley began performing stand-up comedy in his hometown of Portland. He now has a weekly radio call in segment with several radio stations around the country called "The World According to Bob." Winner of this year's XM/Sirius 'Super Bowl of Comedy', he continually makes new fans around the country. Making his first television appearance on Comedy Central, he is now one of the few comics to do the complete late night circuit including The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn.

QUEST FOR THE WEST: Adventures On The Oregon Trail! - Theatre 80
Through August 26, 2012 - New York

Quest for the West: Adventures on the Oregon Trail! plays for five performances from August 11 through 26 as follows: Sat. 8/11 @ 7:00pm; Fri. 8/17 @ 5:30pm; Tues. 8/21 @ 2:00pm; Sat. 8/25 @ 7:00pm; Sun. 8/26 @ 5:30pm. 1848. Oregon fever has swept the nation. Jebediah and his wagon party embark on a 2,000-mile journey West. On the trail, the party encounters a river (how will they cross it? You decide…it’s interactive!), animals to hunt (“get out your balls, it’s time to go hunting”), prickly pear cacti (help them jump over these dangerous succulents!) and the ever present danger of dwindling water rations…and dysentery! Along their quest, the pioneers’ journey is filled with more than dirt trails. Romance develops; deep secrets & betrayals are revealed; and Jebediah’s darkness gets…darker. This musical comedy is a scored interactive game for the audience which works together as a team to determine the events that occur. Play well and you may just make it onto the Top 10 Score Board! 2,000 miles. 90 minutes. 11 songs. 8 games. 6 characters. From Writer/Director Ryan Emmons “We’re used to games and apps at our fingertips on a daily basis - this musical leans into those sensibilities, but the laughter and interaction that come along with live theatre could never be achieved on a computer screen. Manifest Destiny and the courage of the pioneers remind us of the outrageous trek men and women took west, our ability to make our own opportunities and the notion that it is in working (and playing) together that extraordinary things can be achieved.”

A Little Night Music - Armonk Library - Whipoorwill Hall )
Through August 26, 2012 - ARMONK

Little Radical Theatrics, Inc. proudly presents its Summer 2012 production A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC Book by Hugh Wheeler Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Inspired by the Ingmar Bergman film Directed by Michael J. Mirra Musical Direction by Ricky Romano Choreographed by Jessica Bittner "SEND IN THE CLOWNS..." Little Radical Theatrics brings Stephen Sondheim to the forefront once again with its summer offering. One of Broadway’s most neglected masterpieces, the romantic and achingly beautiful A Little Night Music deals with the universal subject of love, in all its wondrous, humorous and ironic permutations. Based on the Ingmar Bergman film "Smiles of a Summer Night", it interweaves a tangled web of former and current lovers. Esteemed lawyer Fredrik Egerman has recently married a young virgin, Anne, whom his son, Henrik, has also fallen madly in love. Fredrik’s dedication to his blushing bride is tested when he reunites with a former flame, the famed (and fading) actress Desiree Armfeldt. Things grow more complicated when her jealous (and married) lover Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm gets wind of the reunion. The coupling and uncoupling comes to a head when Desirée convinces her mother to host Fredrik and his family for a weekend on her lavish country estate—and the Count, with wife in tow, crashes the party! - WHO'S WHO - Shana Lin as Desiree Armfeldt Betsy Silverman as Madame Armfeldt Joey Sanzaro as Fredrik Egerman Ezra Hernandez as Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm Stephanie Viegas as Countess Charlotte Malcolm David Himmel as Henrik Egerman Claire Leyden as Anne Egerman Allison First as Fredrika Armfeldt Jennifer Silverman as Petra Drew Mollo as Frid Bryelle Burgus as Mrs. Segstrom T. Eric Collins as Mr. Erlanson Alexis Ebers as Mrs. Nordstrom Mike Okulski as Mr. Lindquist Georgie Simon as Mrs. Anderson PERFORMANCES: August 23 @ 7:00pm ? August 24 @ 8:00pm August 25 @ 8:00pm ? August 26 @ 7:00pm Whipoorwill Hall (Armonk Library) 19 Whipoorwill Rd E Armonk, NY To secure your ($20.00) advanced tickets to ALNM: ONLINE: PHONE: Call 1-800-836-3008 and mention ALNM E-MAIL:

I’M SORRY: How an Apologist Became an Activist - The White Box Theatre at 440 Studios
Through August 26, 2012 - New York

I’m Sorry plays for six performances from August 18 through 26 as follows: Sat. 8/18 @ 9:00pm; Sun. 8/19 @ 7:15pm; Wed. 8/22 @ 6:30pm; Fri. 8/24 @ 5:00pm; Sat. 8/25 @ 9:15pm; Sun. 8/26 @ 2:00pm. FringeNYC presents I’m Sorry, one woman’s funny, heartbreaking and bold journey to finding her voice, written and performed by Katya Lidsky, directed by Gilles Chiasson. Every performance will provide awareness and donations to a non-profit organization which helps animals. Do you l

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