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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on January 11

January 11, 2013   |    

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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, January 11, 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 January 11. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Kidz Cook - Staten Island Children's Museum
Through December 10, 2012 - Staten Island

Make some baked apples (which are filled with flavor, fiber, and flavonoids in case you didn't know).

Stroller Strides - The Source Mall
Through January 11, 2013 - Westbury

Fitness for moms, fun for baby. Workout with your little ones in tow, while they are entertained and having fun. Moms meet other moms, make strides in fitness, motherhood, and life. Your first class is FREE. Call to register. Classes run through January 11, 2013

MORRISSEY - Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)
January 11, 2013 -

Tickets go on sale Nov. 16, 10 am.

Open House - Early Childhood Center at Memorial United Methodist Church
January 11, 2013 - White Plains

A NAEYC accredited, NY State-licensed and -registered, non-sectarian program celebrating over 50 years of quality early childhood programs for ages 2-5.

Disney on Ice: Treasure Trove - Nassau Coliseum
January 11, 2013 - Uniondale

Treasure Trove is Disney On Ice's newest skating spectacular. Enter the worlds of your favorite Disney princesses --Tiana, Rapunzel, Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Mulan and of course, the one who started it all, Snow White. Set sail with Peter Pan, the always sassy Tinker Bell and the cantankerous Captain Hook and his pirate pals on an adventure beyond Never Land. Trek the wilds of Africa with Simba, Nala, Pumbaa and Timon as they discover the true meaning of the 'Circle of Life.' Tick-Tock. Don't be late to a very important date with Alice and the Mad Hatter as they march with the Queen of Hearts' Army Of Cards.

Picture Book Time - Hempstead Library
January 11, 2013 - Hempstead

The program includes stories, songs, animal friends, and fun.

Arts and Crafts - Brooklyn Public Library, Brighton Beach branch
January 11, 2013 - Brighton Beach

Kids enjoy an arts and crafts session.

Story Play - Brooklyn Public Library, Clarendon branch
January 11, 2013 - Midwood

Children, 3-5 years, plays with toys and hear stories.

La Rondine - Metropolitan Opera
January 11, 2013 -

Approximate running time 2 hrs. 24 min. This is Puccini at his melodic best, as soprano Kristine Opolais makes a notable debut in the title role of this romantic, bittersweet comedy. Tenor Giuseppe Filianoti is her passionate but mismatched lover. Ion Marin conducts.

Storytime - Barnes & Noble -- The Palisades Center
January 11, 2013 - West Nyack

Children are invited to hear Penguin and Pinecone. Afterward they'll make a paper plate penguin to take home.

Foundations of Education Series featuring Dr. Michael Thompson - Rippowam Cisqua School: Lower Campus
January 11, 2013 - Mount Kisco

Rippowam Cisqua School's 2012-2013 Foundations of Education Series continues with a return visit from Dr. Michael Thompson, bestselling author and renowned psychologist specializing in children and families. Dr. Thompson will speak about "Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Friendship Development, Popularity, and Social Cruelty in Childhood." Dr. Thompson's lecture is free and open to the public and will take place in the Sky Room. Rippowam Cisqua School's critically acclaimed Foundations of Education Series is a dynamic program featuring informative lectures on how to raise successful, lifelong learners. For more information, please contact Ryan Smith at 914-244-1292 or ryan_smith@rcsny.org.

Winter Workshop - Jill's Ceramics
January 11, 2013 - West Nyack

Jill will help artists of all ages design winter-themed crafts. Choose from a large array of seasonal items including dishes, mugs, plates, snowflake boxes, plaques, and more including special gifts for the winter holidays such as Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day. Pieces can be taken home that day or left for glazing. Fee includes instruction. Pre-registration is requested. Workshops will be held each Friday throughout the month.

Fun Wii Friday - Hollis Library
January 11, 2013 - Hollis

Calling all teens. Enjoy an afternoon of socializing and Wii games.

The Bully Plays - Irvington Town Hall Theater
January 11, 2013 - Irvington

A collection of plays and songs on the theme of bullying that are powerful, uplifting, and funny. Presented by the Little Village Playhouse. All tickets purchased at the door. Call 914-747-6206 for information.

Early Childhood Classes Open House - Stepping Stones Museum
January 11, 2013 - Norwalk

Parents or caregivers and children can sample the art, science, music and dance programs in the museum's Early Childhood Series Classes, offered for ages 6 months to 4 years. Free with museum admission.

Teen Happy Hour - Flushing Library
January 11, 2013 - Flushing

Teens can end their week playing video games, board games, listening to music, and just hanging out with their friends.

New Era Anime Club - Yonkers Public Library - Riverfront
January 11, 2013 - Yonkers

Teens and tweens ages 12-19 discuss and read Manga, watch and talk about Anime, draw, debate, and answer trivia questions. Light snacks provided.

Story Time Fridays - Paint Your Own Pottery
January 11, 2013 - Scarsdale

Children ages 3 and older listen to a story, then paint a ceramic character from the book. Parent or caretaker must remain with their children throughout each class. Includes instruction, pottery, materials, cleanup, glazing, and firing. Pottery will be ready for pick up in one week. Note: Due to the popularity of this program, space is limited. Reservations are required and will be taken on a first come first served basis. Payment must be made in full at the time of reservation.

Friday Family Fun - Spinsbowl
January 11, 2013 - Mt. Kisco

Fun family bowling all afternoon, with fun bowling games and competitions on the big screen. The bowling mascot will be on hand passing out free gifts, and a bowling coach will be available to give pointers.

Holiday Spotlight Tour - Morgan Library & Museum
January 11, 2013 - New York

These holiday-focused tours include stops at a Gospel Lectionary featuring an illumination of the Nativity, Beatrix Potter's designs for holiday cards, and the manuscript of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol.

The Lounge - Wilton Library
January 11, 2013 - Wilton

Children in grades 1 and up are invited to play video games on the Library's Wii system. Comfortable seating will be available. Caregivers must remain in the building for children under age 12. No registration. The room will be open every Friday as long as there is available staff.

Tiger Tots: Kung Fu for Little Ones - Briarwood Library
January 11, 2013 - Briarwood

Children ages 5 and younger can enjoy a mix of traditional Chinese kung fu exercise, music, fun, and fitness with kung fu black belt and children's music specialist Emily Ellison. Participants should wear comfy clothes and be prepared to take their shoes and socks off to wiggle your toes. Space is limited and preregistration is required.

Admissions Open House - Westbury Friends School
January 11, 2013 - Westbury

A light breakfast, a roundtable discussion with school administration, current parents and alumni parents, a slide show and a tour will help visitors gather important information about Westbury Friends School during this open house.

Astronomy Nights: The Search for Exoplanets - Stamford Observatory
January 11, 2013 - Stamford

Start by enjoying a presentation on the search for exoplanets than, weather permitting, view the night sky through a 22-inch research telescope. This program is suitable for children ages 5 and older.

Mother Goose Time - Douglaston-Little Neck Library
January 11, 2013 - Little Neck

Children between 9 and 24 months can enjoy singing nursery rhymes, listening to stories, and learning about Mother Goose and her friends. Space is limited.

Music and Movement - Long Island Children's Museum
January 11, 2013 - Garden City

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

Family Movie Night - Moxie Spot
January 11, 2013 - 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.

Resources NYC Presents: What Special Ed Reform Means for You and Your Child - CEC 20
January 11, 2013 - Bay Ridge

There have been rumors about kids being moved to inclusion classes from special education classes, and the elimination of full time specail education classes altogether. Get the facts about the sweeping changes that is taking place to NYC public schools special education programs.

Rolie Polie Guacamole - Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace
January 11, 2013 - Windsor Terrace

The acclaimed kindie rock group holds residency every Friday at the Y.

LEARN TO DRAW with ART TEACHER AMY- Children 6-9 - First United Methodist Church
January 11, 2013 - Amityville

Step-by-step, your child can learn to draw animals, landscapes, people and masterworks while they experiment with chalk and oil pastels, watercolors and markers.

Arena Players Repertory Theatre Presents: Cheating Cheaters - Vanderbilt Carriage House
January 11, 2013 - Centerport

In this touching, funny play, two sisters impersonate begging nuns in order to put their niece through art school. All this is complicated by a burglar, who makes off with the nuns' ill-gotten gains and a suspicious policeman, who has followed them home.

SHIRLEY VALENTINE - BayWay Arts Center
January 11, 2013 - East Islip

For Shirley, the years have gone by too fast, and she is now mired in an "unused life." Unhappy in her doldrums, she jumps at the chance to escape. Shirley commits subtle anarchy and has the adventure of a lifetime, but what does she do when it is time to head home? This is a play that speaks to everyone who has ever wanted more.

LINDA LAVIN - 54 Below
January 11, 2013 - New York

There's a new girl in town this January when Tony and Golden Globe winner Linda Lavin takes to our stage for four encore performances of Now, the show she debuted on our stage in September that had audiences demanding more! New York audiences remember her from It's a Bird…It's a Plane…It's Superman, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Broadway Bound, Collected Stories, The Diary of Anne Frank, Gypsy, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, and many others, and the world over knows her as Alice Hyatt in the long-running hit TV series Alice. A veteran of the cabaret stage, Linda began her career playing such NYC nightspots as The Showplace in Greenwich Village and midtown's Downstairs at the Upstairs. Recently, Linda released her very first CD, Possibilities. This January, she'll be joined by Musical Director Billy Stritch, John Hart on guitar, and special guest violinist, Aaron Weinstein.

DARLENE LOVE - 54 Below
January 11, 2013 - New York

Darlene Love's thunderbolt voice is as embedded in the history of rock-n-roll as Eric Clapton's guitar or Bob Dylan's lyrics. From her first number one recording, He's a Rebel, through her string of label hits with legendary producer Phil Spector (including Da Doo Ron Ron, He's Sure the Boy I'm Gonna Marry and Christmas Baby, Please Come Home), to the countless songs for which she sang backup (for artists like Sam Cooke, Elvis Presley, Dionne Warwick, Cher and Aretha Franklin), Darlene Love has blazed a trail of success in the music industry that has recently led to her induction into the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame. And all of this is to say nothing of her acclaimed Broadway performances in Leader of the Pack, Carrie, Grease and Hairspray.

'I, Malvolio' - The Duke on 42nd Street
January 11, 2013 - Times Square

The puritanical party-pooper of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" finally has his say in British scribe Tim Crouch's poignant one-man show. A hilarious, charged, and often unsettling rant from a complex man full of pride, passion, rage, and humiliation, "I, MALVOLIO" is a compassionate deconstruction of one of classic literature's most misunderstood characters. Through beautiful and sharp-witted language, brilliant acting and fearless improvisation, Tim moves his audience to laughter and tears, while giving voice and vindication to a character who was "notoriously wronged."

Print It - Children's Museum of the Arts
January 11, 2013 - SoHo

This drop-in class explores various types of printmaking, including block prints, monotypes, and silk screening.

INDELIBLE FESTIVAL � Meshell Ndegeocello presents Spirit Music Jamia, Cecil Taylor, DJ Questlove, AYO, Guy Davis, THE DUST RAYS featuring Kirk Douglas & Mark Kelley of the Roots & Ricc Sheridan from Earl Greyhound & Surprise Special Guests - Highline Ballroom
January 11, 2013 - Manhattan

After 20 years in an industry that has called Meshell Ndegeocello everything from avant garde to a dying breed, what unquestionably remains is the fearsome bassist, prolific songwriter, and the creativity and curiosity of an authentic musical force. With that, she has earned critical acclaim, the unfailing respect of fellow players, songwriters and composers, and the dedication of her diverse, unclassifiable fans. Pianist Cecil Taylor is one of the most advanced improvisers in jazz. Ahmir Khalib Thompson, known professionally as Questlove, is an American drummer, DJ, music journalist, and record producer. Ayo, the multi-instrumentalist singer, songwriter, and producer, has achieved massive success, selling over 1.5 million albums in France and across Europe. Updating the rural blues tradition for the modern era, Guy Davis was among the most prominent ambassadors of African-American art and culture of his generation, additionally winning great acclaim for his work in the theater. Gr�goire Maret from Geneva, Switzerland, developed his own unique harmonica sound and his versatile style enables him to play effortlessly across different musical genres. In 2005, Gr�goire toured with the Pat Metheny Group, receiving a Grammy for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.

Introductory Session for Prospective Parents - Green Meadow Waldorf School
January 11, 2013 - Chestnut Ridge

Parents are invited to learn about Waldorf education, talk with the school's administrator, and tour the campus. Adults only, please.

Response to Hurricane Sandy: What's Next? - Adelphi University-University Center Ballroom
January 11, 2013 - Garden City

The emotional, as well as the physical impact of Hurricane Sandy can linger for many months or even years. Most survivors will cope adequately and recover with time - particularly if they receive the right support. Learning to deliver Psychological First Aid will prepare clinicians and responders to address the current and ongoing needs of adults, families, and children impacted by the storm. The instructors will provide the opportunity to learn and practice the full evidence based, modular, skills-based approach. They will use illustrative video vignettes, case discussion and interactive opportunities to practice in a full-day training designed for practitioners and responders to develop the specific skills to offer Psychological First Aid. This program will help to promote resilience in the face of acute and ongoing stressors.

Second Annual Maqam Fest - Alwan for the Arts
January 11, 2013 - New York

Maqam Fest is Alwan’s biggest annual music event, showcasing six of the most exciting ensembles in New York and around the US, each bringing its own unique approach and variation on maqam music. Developed more than a millennium ago, maqam is a complex system of musical modes and represents one of the great legacies of the Arab-Islamic world. Maqam pervades the musical cultures from the Maghreb (Northwest Africa) to Western China, from the Balkans to the Sudan. Maqam Fest 2013 celebrates a line-up that pays tribute to this long-honored tradition and alluring geographic spectrum, featuring ancient traditions, explorations of historic ties between musical styles, and contemporary compositions and improvisations. This year's Maqam Fest line-up includes: SALAAM: Original compositions in Arab and Middle Eastern style EVA SALINA: Re-imagined songs of Balkan Romani legends of the 60s, 70s, and 80s NEW ANDALUCIA: Flamenco and Arab intersections Amino Belyamani’s SSAHHA: Compositions and improvisations over Moroccan grooves with a re-tuned piano ALWAN ARAB MUSIC ENSEMBLE: Traditional music of Cairo, Aleppo, and Baghdad AHMED ERDOGDULAR: Sufi and Ottoman Classical music from Turkey Maqam Fest articulates the tradition of the maqam within a thriving forum that interlinks, interconnects, constructs and deconstructs on a musical plane that rises above convention and the ordinary. The age-old concept of maqam and its transcendence of national and geographic borders align with Alwan’s vision towards diversifying the cultural experience in New York and providing a space where art, music and performance can be negotiated creatively, while informing and being informed by other traditions. This showcase is part of the annual Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) Conference. One of the most anticipated events of the performing arts field, this convention brings thousands of presenters, agents, managers, artists from around the country and the world in the fields of dance, theater, and music to New York City each January.

Playboy Covergirl Host Skyroom Friday - Skyroom
January 11, 2013 - New York

This Friday January 11th Prive Event Planning presents an official Playboy night out hosted by Playboy Covergirl and WWE Diva Ahsley Massaro at New York's tallest rooftop club The Skyroom. Come for some drinks, great music, dancing and lounge on our heated outdoor patio enjoying the best view of New York's Skyline. Meet and dance with Playboy bunnies from 10pm till late - In attendance will be Playboy model as well as Playboy TV filming and capturing the event. For guest list and reservations contact us at rsvp@nycprive.com or text 3476879350 - Please note that trendy cocktail attire is highly suggested and table reservations for large groups are highly recommended. Skyroom New York City - Tallest Indoor And Outdoor Rooftop Oasis in New York - 330 West 40th St - www.skyroomnyc.com

Lux Fridays at Ajna Bar - Ladies free - Ajna Bar
January 11, 2013 - New York

Guest list: Ladies free til 12am, $10 after on the list Guys reduced on the list. Music by: Cash Cash, Kalkutta, Michael London spinning Open Format, House, HIp Hop, Top 40, etc. Bottle Specials 2 for $500 plus tax and tip for Greygoose, Ciroc, etc. Birthday Packages available. Free Bottle of Champagne for Birthday Parties over 10 People. For Birthday Packages, Table Reservations or General Information, text Eric Virgil at 917-664-2686, email info@ericvirgil.com or go to www.ericvirgil.com 21 and over Dresscode: Dress to impress Venue Description: Walk through Ajna's rounded slate entry into a spectacular scene of beautiful people, remarkable decor, and pulsing music that makes you move. Noted for its extraordinary Asian interior, and state of the art sound, Ajna boasts NYC hottest DJs and has become a Mecca to celebrities, models, and NYCs hottest clubbers. Join us this Friday to see what all the hype is about. For more parties, go to www.ericvirgil.com. Follow Eric Virgil on instagram and twitter @ericvirgil

Friday Happy Hour 2 for 1 Drinks - Inc Lounge
January 11, 2013 - New York City

Friday, January 11, 2013 2 for 1 Drinks Friday Afterwork Happy Hour at Inc Lounge 224 West 49th Street, between 8th and Broadway on the 2nd Floor of the Time Hotel. 10019 Doors Open at 5pm 2 for 1 Drinks from 5pm to 8pm Music by Dj Ric Rude spinning Hip Hop, Top 40, House, RnB, Latin etc Age Requirement: 21 and over Dress Code: Work Attire Free on Eric Virgil's guestlist Free Birthday package. Birthday receive a free bottle of champagne. Bottle Packages: 2 for $500 plus tip for Greygoose, Ciroc, Belvedere, Hennessy plus a free bottle of champagne. To rsvp, bottle packages or email for information, text 917.664.2686 or email info@ericvirgil.com Go to www.ericvirgil.com for other parties Venue Details: Rock & Roll, fashion, art and nightlife fuse as Ric Addison, who brought NYC the widely popular Rm.Fifty5 , AVA Lounge & K Lounge, unveils Inc Lounge located on the second floor of the TIme Hotel, 224 West 49th Street. The lounge is 2,500 square feet of Glam Rock luxury. Inspired by the era of 70’s club culture, designer, Jody Singleton brings soft and sexy to the hard edge of rock & roll. Sitting at the jet-black bar, so sleek your Gin & Sin Drink looks as though it’s walking on water below black Lucite chandeliers, you notice a wave of contrasting black and white patent leather settees, curvy-striped leather club chairs, brown alligator swivel stools and deep, plush red velvet couches, all accented by Timorous Beasties wild orchid and graphic tattoo mermaid wallpaper and black mirror mini plasma screens. The further back in the room you go the deeper you enter into the realm of late night in all of its glamour. The back corner houses the DJ area with an intensely high-back gloss tufted sofa which sheen glows against the painfully beautiful wallpaper. As you enter the back room you may feel the urge to stretch out on the oversized cowhide ottoman centered in the room or check out the wall of mirrors to your left, but head straight to the antique inspired black lacquer pool table - a sophisticated beauty in which to test out your skills. Watching from above is a seducing smoking red lips light-box encouraging your game as you order a Crimson Sunset.

Dj Brinka Going Away Party at - Copacabana
January 11, 2013 - New York

Music by Dj Brinka, Rob-Lo, and Chino spinning Latin, House, Top 40, Hip Hop, Salsa, Merengue and More Admission: Everyone free til 12am, reduced after on Eric Virgil's guestlist 21 and Over. Birthday Packages for parties over 10 people: Ladies free til 1am, Guys free til 12am, $10 til 1am on the birtdhay list Free bottle of champagne Free bottle of House Vodka for parties over 20 Bday person plus one comped all night For Birthday packages, guestilst or bottle information, text Eric Virgil at 917-664-2686, email info@ericvirgil.com or go to www.ericvirgil.com Doors Open at 10pm. Party ends at 4am Bottle Specials: $100 Bottles of Stoli/Bacardi before 12am 2 Bottles of Greygoose, Ciroc, or Hennessy for $400 All Night Dress Code: Gent's must wear shoes and collar shirt - Ladies no flat shoes The Only Midtown Latin Mega Club with $100 Bottles in the Heart of Times Square.

PlaySpace at PlayWorks! - PlayWorks Pediatric Therapy
January 11, 2013 - Rego Park

Enjoy this new indoor play open to all children from infancy to 5 years, offering children a safe and warm place to play, learn, and explore.

Scandinavian Sing-Along - Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America
Through January 12, 2013 - Midtown

Scandinavia holds a treasure-trove of children's songs and games. Danish musician Vibe Normann will introduce children to English versions of these songs, play musical games, and perform a selection of songs in modern, jazzy arrangements. Come prepared to move, dance, imagine, and sing your heart out. Vibe Normann is a Danish musician living in New York with a background in classical and Danish folk music. She has a special love for the Danish children's songs that she grew up with, and has performed all over the eastern United States. Normann will be accompanied by pianist Sean Wayland.

Art Exhibit and Presentation about Jamaica Bay - Queens Botanical Garden
Through January 12, 2013 - Flushing

Ongoing through January 12, 2013, Queens Botanical Garden will exhibit ?Fragile Beauty: Jamaica Bay Landscapes,? a photographic showcase of landscapes by Queens-based artist, Rosalie Frost. In conjunction with the exhibit, QBG will present ?Jamaica Bay: Past, Present and Future,? a free lecture by Don Riepe, Jamaica Bay Guardian with the American Littoral Society, on Sunday, December 2 at 2pm. ?Jamaica Bay is home to amazing diversity of wildlife and is perhaps the most important urban estuary in the nation,? explained Mr. Riepe. In his roles with the National Park Service and American Littoral Society, his knowledge of the Bay spans a 30-year time period filled with environmental advocacy and education. His presentation on December 2 will include a briefing on the state of Jamaica Bay in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. The tenuous balance of nature is the inspiration for Ms. Frost?s work. ?With a wildlife refuge at its heart, the Bay's seemingly pristine natural habitats of water, beach and uplands are under threat from many sources that threaten its future viability -- but these do not yet diminish the inspiration to be found here, in this place where water and land warily meet," she said. For more information about ?Fragile Beauty? or Queens Botanical Garden, please contact Darcy Hector at (718) 886-3800, ext. 330, or dhector@queensbotanical.org.

Broadway's Next Hit Musical – 2013 BNHM PHONY Awards - Stage 72 (formerly The Triad)
Through January 12, 2013 - New York

The hysterical Broadway’s Next H!T Musical is the only unscripted theatrical awards show. Master improvisers gather made up, hit song suggestions from the audience and create a spontaneous evening of music, humor, and laughter. The audience votes for their favorite song and watches as the cast turns it into a full blown improvised musical – complete with memorable characters, witty dialogue, and plot twists galore. Under the direction of improv veterans Rob Schiffman and Deb Rabbai, TheaterWeek hailed the show as “brilliant” and The New York Post called Broadway’s Next H!T Musical “remarkable.” Don’t miss the next great American musical – it could be yours!

Elvis Weekend - Bay Street Theatre
Through January 12, 2013 - Sag Harbor

On Friday, the movie is "Speedway." On Saturday, watch "Kid Galahad."

Big Apple Circus Presents LEGENDARIUM - Lincoln Center's Damrosch Park
Through January 13, 2013 -

Welcome to the Big Apple Circus LEGENDARIUM, where you will experience the nostalgic thrills of bygone Big Tops and get a first-hand view of Beauties, Daredevils, and Clowns from another era! At the 35th season production, no seat is more than 50 feet from the Globe's Most Spectacular Circus Performers! Travel back to when circus traditions were born and witness incredible acts that would have had the villagers chattering for days! The courageous mid-air flips and catches of a man on the trapeze! A captivating contortionist whose flexibility is as impressive as her steadfast poise! An agile, adept acrobat and her strapping suitors! A swaying wire act of sure-footed strength and stability! The dizzying delights of a daring inventor in his tumbling, twirling hoop! The stunning, soaring beauty of a pair on aerial straps and a woman held aloft by hanging silks! A jaw-dropping juggling tango team performing to passionate rhythms! Bicyclists whose spinning wheels turn smooth and speedy stunts! Majestic horses with graceful gaits and playful pups with teasing tricks! And what circus would be complete without bumbling clowns who bring the spirit of timeless comedy?! It's all led by an affable Ringmaster and the great Big Apple Circus Band playing the iconic songs of yesteryear! So run away with the Big Apple Circus and relive Big Tops of old in a memorable one-ring show for the ages!

The Amazing Max and the Box of Interesting Things - Manhattan Movement and Arts Center
Through January 13, 2013 - Midtown

The Amazing Max and The Box of Interesting Things is a Magic Show with a mind of its own. Magician Max Darwin makes objects appear out of thin air, as the laws of physics are defied, and miracles are performed inches from spectators' faces. As the props onstage seem intent on surprising even the magician himself, this out of control show bursts with striking visual magic, comedy and juggling, and loads of audience participation. The Amazing Max and The Box of Interesting Things is the wackiest, most interactive, highest energy magic show for families on the market today.

Focus Dance - The Joyce Theater
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

An exciting week-long celebration, now in its second season, FOCUS Dance is a partnership between Gotham Arts Exchange and The Joyce Theater that promotes American dance to the national and international community. This year's curator, Jodee Nimerichter of the American Dance Festival has assembled four programs featuring some of the most captivating companies performing today. Company website: http://www.focusdance.us/ performance schedule Tue 7:30pm & Sun 2pm Jodi Melnick / Stephen Petronio Company Wed & Sun 7:30pm Camille A. Brown & Dancers / Brian Brooks Moving Company Thu & Sat 8pm Rosie Hererra Dance Theater / Doug Varone & Dancers Fri 8pm & Sat 2pm Eiko & Koma / John Jasperse ticket price Tickets start at $10! (Call JoyceCharge at 212-242-0800 for $10 tickets. All other tickets can be purchased online.)

Designing Nature - The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

"Rinpa" is a modern term that refers to a distinctive style of Japanese pictorial and applied arts that arose in the early seventeenth century and has continued through modern times. Literally meaning "school of Korin," Rinpa derives its name from Ogata Korin (1658-1716), a celebrated painter from Kyoto. It embraces art marked by a bold, graphic abbreviation of natural motifs, frequent reference to traditional court literature and poetry, the lavish use of expensive mineral and metallic pigments, incorporation of calligraphy into painting compositions, and innovative experimentation with new brush techniques. The exhibition will feature more than one hundred brilliantly executed works of art created in Japan by the Rinpa-school artists. It will be held in two rotations, the first opening on May 26, 2012; the second on September 12, 2012. Highlighting the school's most prominent proponents, this two-part presentation will trace the development of the Rinpa aesthetic and will demonstrate how its style continued to influence artists throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Comprising more than fifty works from the Museum's own holdings supplemented by forty-five loans from public and private collections on the east coast, the exhibition will include many masters' renowned works in a variety of media: painting, textiles, lacquerware, and ceramics.

The Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim: Gabriel Orozco: Asterisms - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

Gabriel Orozco's Asterisms, the final project in Deutsche Guggenheim's commissioning program, is a two-part sculptural and photographic installation comprising thousands of items of detritus Orozco has gathered at two sites -- a playing field near the artist's home in New York and a protected coastal biosphere in Baja California, Mexico, that is also the repository for flows of industrial and commercial waste from across the Pacific Ocean. The two related bodies of work provocatively oscillate between the macro and the micro and invoke several of the artist's recurring motifs, including the traces of erosion, poetic encounters with mundane materials, and the ever-present tension between nature and culture. The show also underscores and amplifies Orozco's subtle practice of subjecting the world to personal, idiosyncratic systems. The exhibition is organized by Nancy Spector, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, and Joan Young, Director, Curatorial Affairs, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and is accompanied by a richly illustrated catalogue. This exhibition is made possible by Deutsche Bank. The Leadership Committee for Gabriel Orozco: Asterisms is gratefully acknowledged for its support.

Witness: The Art of Jerry Pinkney - Hudson River Museum
Through January 13, 2013 - Yonkers

In 100 books, Jerry Pinkney has turned his artist's eye and hand to the story - a classic, a folktale, a fable - and readers all over the world saw something new, something they wanted to read and to remember. Pinkney is the master of the American picture book. More than 120 watercolor illustrations by the artist, who lives in Westchester, will be on view in the first major overview of his career as a designer and illustrator in "Witness: The Art of Jerry Pinkney." The exhibition follows his 2010 award of the Randolph Caldecott Medal for "The Lion and the Mouse." The Hudson River Museum is the only New York showing for this exhibition on national tour, organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Pinkney has found it interesting to trace how the chapters of his life have knitted themselves into his art, touching on the cultural themes of the African-American experience. He uncovers, again and again, the energy in a small moment that surprisingly can change a life or turn an event in history. Most recently in his almost wordless adaptation of the Aesop fable, "The Lion and The Mouse," two creatures on a faraway African plain choose not the hard chase and bloody battle but, instead, exchange kindnesses. Fascinated with wildlife, Pinkney, in many books including "The Brer Rabbit" in "The Last Tales of Uncle Remus" shows us the human qualities of an animal as he shows us the animal in its natural setting. Pinkney, Philadelphia born and bred, and now a long-time New Yorker, has illustrated children's books since 1964, but it was not an easy path. Blacks were not expected to be able to forge careers in the art field. Trained as a commercial artist at a vocational school, he persisted and won a scholarship to the Philadelphia College of Art where his work took on the shading and detail for which he is now renowned, and he where he began to use color to convey mood and emotion. He has most often worked on children's books that celebrate multiculturalism and African-American heritage, as he took on the task of reshaping the perceptions of the stereotypes of blacks. He designed the first nine stamps of the US Postal Service's Black Heritage series. Art critics will look at the color of Pinkney's illustrations, the scarlet curve of Little Red Riding Hood's cloak, the golden blade of grass on the Serengeti plane. Sociologists will look at Pinkney the little boy, who without a visit to a museum or an art class, drew at home on the back of wallpaper samples. What the viewer will see though, in "The Art of Jerry Pinkney" is his wish: "It has always been my intent for my work to continue to breathe after publication. My hope is that (museum visitors) will believe that Jerry Pinkney cares deeply for people, making art, and visual storytelling." The exhibition includes a 96-page illustrated catalog that provides new scholarship into Pinkney's work in essays by the exhibition's co-curator Stephanie Haboush Plunkett, Dr. Gerald L. Early, and others. On view through January 13, 2013.

Big Apple Circus - Lincoln Center Damrosch Park
Through January 13, 2013 - Lincoln Center

The Big Apple Circus presents Legendarium, where you will experience the nostalgic thrills of bygone big tops and get a first-hand view of beauties, daredevils, and clowns from another era. Travel back to when circus traditions were born and witness incredible acts that would have had the villagers chattering for days. The courageous mid-air flips and catches of a man on the trapeze, a captivating contortionist whose flexibility is as impressive as her steadfast poise, an agile, adept acrobat and her strapping suitors, a swaying wire act of sure-footed strength and stability! The dizzying delights of a daring inventor in his tumbling, twirling hoop, the stunning, soaring beauty of a pair on aerial straps and a woman held aloft by hanging silks, a jaw-dropping juggling tango team performing to passionate rhythms! Bicyclists whose spinning wheels turn smooth and speedy stunts, majestic horses with graceful gaits and playful pups with teasing tricks, and what circus would be complete without bumbling clowns who bring the spirit of timeless comedy? It's all led by an affable ringmaster and the great Big Apple Circus Band playing the iconic songs of yesteryear. So run away with the Big Apple Circus and relive big tops of old in a memorable one-ring show for the ages!

ReGeneration - New York Hall of Science
Through January 13, 2013 - Flushing

This exhibition explores the connection of cultural vitality to immigration, urbanization, and sustainability through the intersection of art, technology, and science. Fourteen artists/groups will participate to connect audiences through active participation, aesthetic beauty, technology, culturally shared symbols, and vocabulary. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Holiday Train Show - New York Botanical Garden
Through January 13, 2013 - Bronx

Marvel at the charming model trains and New York City landmark replicas, stroll the spectacular grounds, and decorate (and eat!) gingersnaps. Within the enchanting setting of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, model trains zip over bridges and past replicas of New York landmarks made of plant parts such as nuts, bark, and leaves. Show favorites include the original Yankee Stadium, Statue of Liberty, and Brooklyn Bridge. The Artist's Studio provides an insider's look at how the replicas are constructed as you get up close to G-gauge trains.

DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS WORLDS OF FANTASY - XL Center
Through January 13, 2013 - Hartford

Characters from Cars, Toy Story 3, Tinker Bell and The Little Mermaid glide across the ice to take the audience from an enchanting undersea kingdom to the mystical world of Pixie Hollow and then on to a daycare center with rambunctious tots. Lightning McQueen, Mater and the crew of Cars perform daring stunts. From wheels to waves, playtime to pixie dust, your family's favorite Disney moments come to life. Tickets are available at Disneyonince.com, Ticketmaster.com or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

'Angelina Ballerina The Very Merry Holiday Musical' - McGinn/Cazale Theatre
Through January 13, 2013 - Upper West Side

Based on the characters created by Katharine Holabird and illustrated by Helen Craig, the Angelina Ballerina The Musical creative team returns with book and lyrics by Susan DiLallo, music by Ben Morss, and direction and choreography by Sam Viverito.

DANCE GOTHAM - Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

Gotham Arts Exchange presents DANCE GOTHAM January 11-13, 2013 Gotham Arts Exchange presents the seventh annual presentation of FOCUS 2013: DANCE GOTHAM from January 11-13, 2012 at New York University’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, 566 LaGuardia Place (at Washington Square South), NYC. Tickets are $18 ($15 for NYU faculty, staff and alumni) and are available by phone at 212-352-3101 or 866-811-4111 or online at nyuskirball.org. DANCE GOTHAM expands to three full programs at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts this year, and continues to present a thrilling range of aesthetics and artistry. From post-modern athleticism to seasoned theatricality, these programs, curated by Martin Wechsler, offer choreographic works that are sophisticated, witty, wonderfully intelligent and revealing. Friday, January 11 at 8pm Keigwin + Company Kate Weare Company Monica Bill Barnes & Company Pam Tanowitz Dance Ballet Memphis Saturday, January 12 at 8pm Armitage Gone! Dance Parsons Dance Complexions Contemporary Ballet Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Alonzo King LINES Ballet Sunday, January 13 at 7pm Aszure Barton & Artists MOMIX Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo Lucky Plush Productions BODYTRAFFIC DANCE GOTHAM is a part of FOCUS 2013, the National Platform to promote American dance both abroad and nationally. The week-long platform presents performances of U.S.-based dance companies during the annual Arts Presenters Conference in New York City, and one of the largest gatherings of artists, dancers and dance professionals in the U.S. During the second week in January, four venues partner with Gotham Arts Exchange to present the artistic visions of five curators gathered to shape this year’s edition: FOCUS 2013 www.focusdance.us

Wade Guyton OS - Whitney Museum of American Art
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

Over the past decade, New York-based artist Wade Guyton (b. 1972) has pioneered a groundbreaking body of work that explores our changing relationships to images and artworks through the use of common digital technologies, such as the desktop computer, scanner, and inkjet printer. Guyton's purposeful misuse of these tools to make paintings and drawings results in beautiful accidents that relate to daily lives now punctuated by misprinted photos and blurred images on our phone and computer screens. Comprising more than eighty works dating from 1999 to the present, Guyton's first midcareer survey features a dramatic, non-chronological design in which staggered rows of parallel walls confront the viewer like the layered pages of a book or stacked windows on a monitor. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture, and concludes with two spectacular new canvases, stretching up to fifty feet in length, which Guyton created specifically for the Whitney's Marcel Breuer-designed building. The title, Wade Guyton OS employs the common acronym for a computer's "operating system," linking Guyton's art to the technologies of our time.

Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol - Morgan Library & Museum
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

Every holiday season, the Morgan displays Charles Dickens's original manuscript of A Christmas Carol in Pierpont Morgan's historic Library. Dickens wrote his iconic tale in a six-week flurry of activity, beginning in October 1843 and ending in time for Christmas publication. He had the manuscript bound in red morocco as a gift for his solicitor, Thomas Mitton. The manuscript then passed through several owners before Pierpont Morgan acquired it in the 1890s.

FOCAL POINT - The Ailey Citigroup Theater
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

Gotham Arts Exchange presents the Inaugural FOCAL POINT January 11-13, 2013 at The Ailey Citigroup Theater FOCUS 2013, a celebration of U.S.-based dance presented by Gotham Arts Exchange, introduces a new program and stage to its annual platform, FOCUS 2013: FOCAL POINT, comprised of three programs each curated by a different dance artist. FOCAL POINT will be presented on Friday, January 11 at 8pm; Saturday, January 12 at 4pm; and Sunday, January 13 at 4pm at The Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 W. 55th Street, NYC. Tickets are $15 and are available by phone at 212-279-4200 or online at www.ticketcentral.com. The goal of FOCAL POINT programming is to provide three dance programs that bring focus to areas in dance that warrant attention. The artists who curate FOCAL POINT decide what is missing from the other FOCUS 2013 programs, and use the FOCAL POINT to complete the overall picture. This year’s programs will be curated by David Parker, Robert Moses and Trajal Harrell. Friday, January 11 at 8pm Darrah Carr Dance Dorrance Dance / New York Nicole Young David Parker/The Bang Group Saturday, January 12 at 4pm Gallim Dance Trajal Harrell Sunday, January 13 at 4pm Keith Johnson/Dancers Northwest Dance Project Robert Moses Kin

Christopher Fischer After Holiday Sale - Christopher Fischer
Through January 13, 2013 - New York

The Christopher Fischer Cashmere After Holiday Sale is on! Up to 50% off men’s and women’s Fall sweaters until Sunday, January 13, 2013. The biggest sale of the season will include select men’s and women’s Fall collection piece - complete your winter wardrobe or pick up a post-holiday gift for yourself. This sale is not to be missed!

Chez Bushwick Presents Myriam Gourfink - CPR - Center for Performance Research
Through January 13, 2013 - Brooklyn

Myriam Gourfink?s unique work blends computer-choreography with yoga techniques, exploring micro-movements while challenging conventional notions of dance. In less than ten years Gourfink has become one of Europe?s leading contemporary choreographers, known for work that requires extreme physical control and results in a strange and boundless beauty.

Candid - The Rubin Museum
Through January 14, 2013 - New York

Homai Vyarawalla (1913-2012) was India's first female photojournalist. This exhibition, the first on Vyarawalla outside of India, will present her photography from the late 1930s to 1970, and narrate her extraordinary life with a biographical film and ephemera from her career. From early in her career, Homai Vyarawalla documented key events from the generation around Independence, including the historic meeting of Gandhi and the Congress Committee on the 1947 plan for partition, and she recorded the visits to India of world leaders and dignitaries including Queen Elizabeth, Jacqueline Kennedy, Ho Chi Minh, and Zhou Enlai. She was revered in India and her recent death at age 98 generated tributes around the world. The exhibition is presented in collaboration with the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts in New Delhi.

GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW - New World Stages
Through January 16, 2013 - Manhattan

New York – For over five years, the Yang Family of Bubble Artists (Fan, Ana, Deni, Melody and Jano) have been entertaining New York audiences in the most unbubblievable show in the world, the GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW. The GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW is a fun-filled family affair that will amaze you with mind blowing bubble magic. Check website for showtimes. No Wednesday performances.

Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World - IMAX Theater, Maritime Aquarium
Through January 17, 2013 - Norwalk

Explore an underwater universe inhabited by such creatures as Liopleurodon and long-necked Elasmosaurss, enormous animals that were ruling the seas before dinosaurs conquered the earth. Encounter the gigantic Shonisaurus, the T-Rex of the sea. Through January 17, 2013.

To the Arctic - IMAX Theater, Maritime Aquarium
Through January 17, 2013 - Norwalk

The changing climate of the earth has effected people and animals that call the Artic home. See the impact on polar bears, a migrating herd of caribou and walruses. Meryl Streep narrates. Through January 17, 2013.

Born to Be Wild - Maritime Aquarium
Through January 17, 2013 - Norwalk

Academy-Award winner Morgan Freeman lends his voice to this film which follows orphaned baby orangutans and elephants, and the people who rescue and raise them for eventual release back into the wild. Through January 17, 2013.

Search for the Great Sharks - IMAX Theater, Maritime Aquarium
Through January 17, 2013 - Norwalk

Join shark experts Dr. Eugenie Clark and Rodney Fox on a round-the-globe expedition for close encounters with some of the world's largest sharks, including whale sharks and great whites. Swim with a whale shark (life-sized on the giant IMAX screen), witness the birth of a baby shark and see if Fox survives when dropped into great white-infested waters while inside a clear diving tube. Through January 17, 2013.

Albert Watson - Hasted Kraeutler
Through January 19, 2013 - New York

The works in this exhibition celebrate the 20th anniversary of Cyclops (Callaway Editions, 1994), which was the first major monograph of the artist's photographs. The title, Cyclops, refers to ALBERT WATSON's single-minded, distinctive style, and a light hearted reference to the fact that he has been blind in one eye since birth. Cyclops will exhibit unique vintage platinum and silver prints by the artist, spanning 40 years of the photographer's career. One of a kind prints from the original selection for the book will be on view, including Road Kill, a series rarely exhibited.

A CRUCIBLE - Wild Project
Through January 19, 2013 - New York

Perfect Disgrace Theater Proudly Presents Brian Bauman’s A CRUCIBLE @ The Wild Project Pregnant Catholic School Girls Destroy American Theater A CRUCIBLE follows the drama club at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception high school as it sets out to stage Arthur Miller's classic play, The Crucible. Conflicts erupt when ideas about sexuality and contemporary performance begin to influence the young performers and their approach to the production. The young women and men, fueled by a passion for black magic and avant garde tropes, stage a coup to build a performance that addresses their lives. This original play re-appropriates the writing of Arthur Miller, as well as Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol's diaries, John Huston's film The Misfits and other texts. A CRUCIBLE is a darkly comic play about the power and problems of performance. A CRUCIBLE, a new play by Brian Bauman Directed by: Kate Gagnon Starring: Heather Litteer, Haley Rawson, Sarah O’Sullivan, Emma Ramos, nicHi Douglas, Rebecca Kopec, Michael Brusasco, Robb Martinez, and Chris Tyler. Design: Chris Barlow (Sound), Tara DeVincenzo (Costumes), John Eckert (LIghts), Madeleine Gallagher (Projections), Kerry Chipman (Set) A CRUCIBLE runs Thursday, January 10 – Saturday, January 19 on the following schedule: Thursday – Sunday @ 8pm Wednesday, January 16th @ 8pm Additional Matinee Saturdays Only @ 3pm Tickets $18 ($15 students/seniors) Available www.thewildproject.com

Watson Adventures’ Whodunit Family Scavenger Hunt - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 19, 2013 - New

Join Watson Adventures on a unique murder mystery scavenger hunt for kids 10 & up! A killer is on the loose at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and it’s up to you to stop him! The killer has created a scavenger hunt that, when completed, reveals his name, the weapon he used and where he hid the body in the museum. He sent the hunt to the police and dared them to try to solve it. The police need your help. You’ll get a list of suspects, weapons and hiding places that are all in the museum. By following the trail of clues and answering tricky questions, you’ll provide the police with the evidence they need to catch and convict the killer. Can you figure out whodunit? No knowledge of the museum or art is necessary. Kids must be accompanied by adults. Price includes museum admission. Questions? Call 877-9GO-HUNT, but please do not contact the museum directly.

Building Connections - Center for Architecture
Through January 19, 2013 - Greenwich Village

Building Connections, the Center for Architecture Foundation's annual exhibition of K - 12 student design projects during the 2011-12 school year. The exhibition covers a wide range of topics in architecture, from NYC landmarks and bridges to designs for new Olympic stadiums and resort islands.

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players - New York City Center
Through January 20, 2013 -

The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players (Artistic Director Albert Bergeret), America's preeminent professional G&S repertory company, launches its G&S Fest 2013 on January 4. The season features three iconic classic productions: The Mikado, H.M.S. Pinafore and The Yeomen of the Guard. Having presented over 2,600 performances throughout the United States, Canada, and England and incorporating a 25-piece orchestra, NYGASP features contemporary energy while retaining a traditional respect for each of the G&S masterpieces.

'Ice Age' to the Digital Age: The 3D Animation Art of Blue Sky Studios - Katonah Museum of Art
Through January 20, 2013 - Katonah

This unique interactive exhibition looks at the imaginative work of Greenwich, Connecticut-based Blue Sky Studios, a leader in the animation industry for over 20 years. Creator of such blockbuster films as the "Ice Age" series, "Robots," and "Rio," the studio prides itself on technical innovation, while retaining a strong narrative heart. '"Ice Age" to the Digital Age' will guide visitors through Blue Sky's entire process of creating computer-animated films: from initial concepts, storyboards, character design, background art, and three-dimensional modeling, to the highly technical work of animation, rigging, materials, lighting, special effects, and sound. In addition to final movie clips, the exhibition will feature rarely-seen original concept drawings, sculptural models, props, and digital stills. Interactive stations will allow visitors to sketch a scene or manipulate computer-generated images to better understand the innovative technology that brings the films to life. Katonah resident Chris Wedge, a co-founder of Blue Sky in 1987, believes that the secret to the studio's success is in its inventive process. In his view, the art challenges technology and technology inspires the art. The Museum will be turning all the galleries, including the Learning Center, over to this exhibit. There will be gallery talks with Blue Sky co-founder Chris Wedge and "Ice Age: Continental Drift" directors Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier, as well as a calendar of programming in partnership with the Jacob Burns Film Center. Details about these programs are available at katonahmuseum.org. The exhibition will be on view from Sunday, September 16, 2012 through January 20, 2013.

Mickalene Thomas: Origin of the Universe - Brooklyn Museum
Through January 20, 2013 - Prospect Heights

Brooklyn artist Mickalene Thomas is best known for her elaborate, collage-inspired paintings, embellished with rhinestones, enamel, and colorful acrylics. Her depictions of African American women explore a spectrum of black female beauty and sexual identity while constructing images of femininity and power. Origin of the Universe, Thomas's first solo museum exhibition, highlights recent bodies of work that examine interior and exterior environments in relation to the female figure. Their settings are often inspired by her 1970s childhood.

Vincent van Gogh's Portrait of a Peasant (Patience Escalier) - Frick Collection
Through January 20, 2013 - New York

This fall The Frick Collection will present Vincent van Gogh's Portrait of a Peasant (Patience Escalier). The painting has not left its home institution, the Norton Simon Museum, in Pasadena, CA, in nearly forty years, making this a particularly rare and exciting viewing opportunity for East Coast audiences. The exhibition aims to shed light on the master's transformative contribution to this art form, incorporating the results of newly performed technical research to answer questions about the dating of Antico's works, his technique, and his development as an innovative artist. Jointly organized by the National Gallery of Art and The Frick Collection, the exhibition opened in the fall of 2011 in Washington, D.C., before traveling to New York City the following spring. The exhibition is curated by Eleonora Luciano, Associate Curator of Sculpture at the National Gallery of Art, in collaboration with Denise Allen, Curator at The Frick Collection. The accompanying catalogue is written by an international team of scholars including Eleonora Luciano, Denise Allen, and Claudia Kryza-Gersch, Curator of Italian Sculpture at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. It will be the first independent monograph in English to focus on the artist and the first comprehensive presentation of his works in color.

Beatrice Scaccia: The Perfect Stage - BOSI Contemporary
Through January 20, 2013 - New York

BOSI Contemporary presents Beatrice Scaccia: The Perfect Stage. The opening of the exhibition is on Thursday, December 13th from 6pm to 9pm. All welcome.

The Puppet Shakespeare Players Present: Puppet Romeo & Juliet - American Globe Theatre
Through January 20, 2013 - New York City

O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou blue and fuzzy? Deny thy puppeteer and refuse thy strings, or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, and I’ll no longer be a Capulet. Get your yellow moustache ready! Shakespeare’s most famous love story is getting a fun and furry makeover this

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