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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on March 23


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

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

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

MythBusters - Beacon Theatre
March 23, 2012 - New York

Capitol Steps - The Town Hall
March 23, 2012 -

The Capitol Steps are celebrating their 30th year by performing songs from their most recent release, Desperate Housemembers, as well as brand-new songs in step with breaking news. Known as the Forbidden Broadway of politics, The Capitol Steps received a Drama Desk nomination for outstanding lyrics, and won a "Washington Post Best Bets" award. They have been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN and can be heard nationally on Public Radio.

Open Gym - The Sports Place
March 23, 2012 - Blauvelt

Mention Rockland Parent when you buy five bags of tokens and get one free.

Shabbat Club - Congregation Sons of Israel
March 23, 2012 - Upper Nyack

Toddlers are invited to celebrate Shabbat with stories and games.

A Taste of Shabbat - JCC Rockland
March 23, 2012 - West Nyack

Parents or grandparents and kids can celebrate Shabbat with songs, stories, crafts, and music. Hosted by Aviva Kohl and guitar player Daniel Sonnenschein.

Yefim Bronfman - Carnegie Hall
March 23, 2012 -

The inestimable Yefim Bronfman—Grammy Award winner, former Carnegie Hall Perspectives artist, one-time Daily Show straight man—returns to Carnegie Hall with a program that includes music by two towering giants of Romanticism, Liszt and Brahms, and a sonata by Prokofiev written in the midst of World War II.

Elias String Quartet - Carnegie Hall
March 23, 2012 -

The members of the Elias String Quartet have "revealed themselves as superb exponents of Mendelssohn's music" (The Sunday Times, London). In addition to Mendelssohn's "Ist es wahr?" Quartet, they also perform works by Mozart and Janácek.

Citizen Cope - Carnegie Hall
March 23, 2012 -

An intimate solo/acoustic performance by Citizen Cope, the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter. With a unique gift for narrative, Cope explores universal themes through his own eyes and a memorable cast of characters—"a modern day bluesman who paints a plaintive portrait of the human condition" (Rolling Stone).

Fort Hill Players present: 'National Pastime' - Rochambeau School
March 23, 2012 - White Plains

Fort Hill Players announces the Westchester premier of "National Pastime," by Tony Sportiello, directed by Melinda O'Brien. A grand slam for baseball, radio, and romance. Take a trip back to the 1930s with a screwball romantic comedy about a small town radio station that broadcasts the success of the greatest baseball team of all time...if only they were real! If you enjoy old time radio, baseball, and a really good love story - this play will knock it out of the park! General seating. Reservations not needed. Free parking.

START (Story + Art) - Long Island Children's Museum
March 23, 2012 - Garden City

Kids listen each week to a different story that relates to the season. After the story, all little hands are on deck to create an art project about the story that was read.

Music and Movement - Long Island Children's Museum
March 23, 2012 - Garden City

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

42nd Street - Harrison Performing Arts Center
March 23, 2012 - Harrison

Harrison High School's production of the Broadway musical classic, "42nd Street" at the Harrison Performing Arts Center. Guys and gals are putting on a new musical when a chorus girl takes over for the injured leading lady. "42nd Street" is full of big, glorious dance numbers, and fun for the whole family.

Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey's Circus Presents 'Dragons' - Nassau Coliseum
March 23, 2012 - Uniondale

Dragon tribes from the far reaches of the earth are brought together in a single performance, displaying their breathtaking skills in a circus tournament of champions. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime family event when The Greatest Show On Earth brings the world together to bring your family together.

Family Fun Night: The Cat in the Hat - Stepping Stones Museum
March 23, 2012 - Norwalk

Everyone's favorite cat from the mind of Dr. Seuss is on hand for storytelling, crafts and a musical parade. Register on line or at ext. 264.

"GODSPELL, JR." - Actors Conservatory Theatre
March 23, 2012 - Yonkers

"GODSPELL, JR." is a carefully abridged version of the Stephen Schwartz ("Wicked") musical, "GODSPELL." Presented by ACT's Junior Troupe, "GODSPELL, JR." retains the joy and exuberance of the original, and includes the perennial favorites, "Day by Day," "All Good Gifts," "All for the Best," and more. Director - Jennifer Langford; Musical Director - George Croom; Choreographer - Janice Paganelli. Through Sunday, March 25.

Movie - 'Labyrinth' - The Picture House
March 23, 2012 - Pelham

George Lucas produced and Jim Henson directed this gothic fantasy which pits living and breathing actors Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie (who, along with Trevor Jones, provides the film's music) against a motley collection of Muppet monsters. Rated PG. 1986. 101 mins.

'Nine, The Musical' - Irvington Town Hall Theater
March 23, 2012 - Irvington

Presented by the Clocktower Players Adult Troupe. Celebrated Italian film director Guido Contini is a wreck. Torn between his wife, his mistress, and his muse the star and desperate for a plot for his next film, he runs off to Venice pursued by a bevy of beautiful women, all clamoring for him. Note: This show contains adult themes; it may not be suitable for young children. Snow Date: Sunday, March 25 at 7pm.

Taconic Opera Presents "Don Pasquale" - Yorktown Stage
March 23, 2012 - Yorktown Heights

Taconic Opera presents the opera up-close in a more intimate venue. The opera is a model of bel-canto composition which places high demands on the technique of the singer. It features astounding patter duets, hilarious buffo dexterity, and vocal fireworks that rival the best works of Rossini. The story centers on an old buffoon who needs to be taught a hard lesson about chasing young women. His family and friends lead him to believe he is wedding the girl of his dreams, only to find she is his worst nightmare.

Friday Evening Tot Shabbat Service - Bet Torah Nursery School
March 23, 2012 - Mt. Kisco

A Friday evening Tot Shabbat service will be held in the synagogue Sanctuary with Nursery School students leading the singing. A kiddush will follow the service. This free event is open to all.

Friday Night Open Gym - The Sports Place
March 23, 2012 - Blauvelt

Drop your kids off for an evening of fun. Early drop off starting at 5:30 available for a nominal fee.

LEGO Club - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
March 23, 2012 - Garnerville

Use the library's LEGOs or bring your own. Work with friends or make new ones. No registration required.

Wii Play - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library, Village Branch
March 23, 2012 - Haverstraw

Kids can challenge themselves and their friends on the Wii.

White Plains Sports Card Show - 'March Madness!' - Westchester County Center
March 23, 2012 - White Plains

Sports memorabilia, collectibles, and autograph signings. Free pack of cards to every child under 12 years old.

Meet Andrew and his Worms - Staten Island Children's Museum
March 23, 2012 - Staten Island

See worms, touch worms, and learn why wriggly worms make fruits and veggies more nutritious from the NYC Compost Project.

Family Movie Night - The Moxie Spot
March 23, 2012 - Brooklyn Heights

Each Friday evening, Moxie Spot combines its comfy food with a program of short movies and a family friendly feature. Check website for program.

Children's Garden Club - Wilton Library
March 23, 2012 - Wilton

The garden club gets together to plan a garden and prepare for springtime planting.

'The Neverending Story' - NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
March 23, 2012 - Manhattan

The Neverending Story, based on the classic German novel and popularized by the iconic film, tells the story of a shy boy named Bastian who is tormented by school bullies and finds solace in a mysterious book. Filled with loveable characters, dark villains and unlikely heroes, this is a tale of the fictional and far away land of Fantastica. Presented by Roseneath Theatre of Toronto, Canada, which has been producing work for young audiences all over the world for over twenty years. Performance runs for 80-90 minutes.

Lego World Builders - Queens Library: Glendale Branch
March 23, 2012 - Glendale

Got Lego-loving kids? Bring them to the library's new Lego club and build projects inspired by your imagination. The class is for ages 6 and up, and registration is required.

Movies for Kids - Brooklyn Public Library, Borough Park branch
March 23, 2012 - Borough Park

Kids watch age-appropriate movies.

Teen Gaming - Westport Library
March 23, 2012 - Westport

Play XBox on the big screen at the Library. For middle school and up.

Pets that look like their owner contest - Unleashed by Petco
Through March 23, 2012 - New York

Do you think your pet looks like you? Bring in a picture of you and your pet all week and on Saturday, March 24, a winner will be announced. Voting will take place Monday, 19 through Friday, 23.

Nursery School Open House and Welcome Shabbat - Orangetown Jewish Center
March 23, 2012 - Orangeburg

Parents with prospective students are invited to join the OJC's Nursery School to welcome Shabbat with singing, Israeli dancing, kiddish, challah, and treats. Pre-registration is requested; contact Sandy Borowsky at 359-5920x110 or

Wet Willie CD Release Show - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
March 23, 2012 - New York

Wet Willie, after The Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, was the hardest-rocking of the Southern bands to come to national attention in the early '70s. For seven years, from 1971 until 1978, the group produced an enviable array of albums awash in good-time music, rollicking high-energy blues-rock, and white Southern soul. The band had a Top Ten hit with "Keep On Smilin'" and several other chart toppers, including "Weekend," "Airport," and "Dixie Rock," and a lot of admirers. In contrast to The Allman Brothers Band, Wet Willie was a band closer in spirit to Booker T. & the M.G.'s, much more steeped in sweaty, good-time R&B than the blues-rock of the label mates The Allman Brothers Band or the country-rock of the Marshall Tucker Band.

Handmade Books Workshop - Children's Museum of the Arts
March 23, 2012 - SoHo

Taking inspiration from exhibiting artist Misaki Kawai's handmade books, you will use a variety of paper stocks to create your own special book.

David Choi - Highline Ballroom
March 23, 2012 -

David Choi is not only a musician, but a social media experience. His original songs and covers on YouTube have been viewed over 100 million times, and his YouTube channel ranks as the No. 66 Most Subscribed-To All-Time, with over one million subscribers. Choi's creative YouTube videos have been re-tweeted by Twitter power users Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Seacrest, and Nick Jonas. Choi was born and raised in Orange County, CA. He is a singer-songwriter and producer formerly signed to Warner/Chappell, where he wrote 100 songs. His original recordings have aired on NBC, VH1, MTV, E!, the Travel Channel, PBS, FOX, and the Food Network, and in television commercials in the US and overseas. Choi has also starred in and produced original music for several major online campaigns, including Starburst Candies and the Addy Award-winning Get That Look campaign for JCPenney. He was the 2004 Grand Prize winner of a mash-up contest judged by David Bowie. Following that, Choi was announced as the winner of USA Weekend Magazine's John Lennon Songwriting Contest for teens and appeared in USA Weekend Magazine with recording artist Usher.

Ott - Highline Ballroom
March 23, 2012 -

British producer Ott got his start working as an engineer in several studios around North London. Working obsessively, 18 hours a day, seven days a week for almost 10 years, he began developing the skills that would eventually allow him to work with artists who inspired his foray into music in the first place -- Brian Eno, The Orb, Youth, African Head Charge, Steve Hillage, and On-U-Sound. Buoyed by the success of this initial release, the following year Ott gathered together and released his earlier sonic experiments as the album Blumenkraft (2003), which was also very well received and attracted a great many listeners around the world. The next few years passed in a whirl of gigs, remixes, and collaborative projects. During this time, Ott travelled the world, got married, welcomed his daughter Daisy to the world, and released his third and fourth albums, Skylon (2008) and Mir (2011). He recently settled on the Mediterranean coast of Spain with his wife and daughter and is currently working on numerous projects.

Introductory Session - Green Meadow Waldorf School
March 23, 2012 - Chestnut Ridge

This two-hour event for parents includes a video presentation, "Waldorf Education: A Vision of Wholeness," a question and answer period with the school's administrator, and a campus tour. Pre-registration is requested.

Musical Performance: Tunisian Vocalist Sonia M'Barek Sings Andalusian Muwashahat - Proshanky Auditorium, CUNY Graduate Center
March 23, 2012 - Manhattan

Tunisian Vocalist Sonia M'Barek in a Concert of Andalusian Muwashahat with Hanna Khoury - violin Kinan Idnawi - oud Kinan Abou-afach - cello Hicham Chami - qanun Hafez El Ali Kotain - percussion "Sonia M'Barek began singing maluf (traditional Tunisian court music) as a child under the tutelage of her grandmother. Its affinity with like styles in Algeria, Libya and Morocco voices the music's historical origins in southern Andalusia, before the Reconquest drove Muslims and Jews from Spain in 1492. Many of the exiles settled in the medinas of North Africa, bringing their musical heritage. Maluf was and remains primarily a male domain, making Sonia M'Barek a rare female soloist of the genre. She trained in the Tunis conservatory, and has performed widely in Tunisia and the neighboring Maghreb. While rooted in the traditional maluf repertoire, M'Barek steps beyond it by delving into the sharqi or cabaret music (the so-called "belly dance") of Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey. She also pens many of her own compositions, and collaborates with younger artists who repudiate the commercial formulas of popular pan-Arabic music. M'Barek possesses a smoky, soul-piercing voice that resonates with the euphoric, transcendental quality singers strive to project and listeners esteem - "tarab", in Arabic. This studio recording deftly pairs M'Barek with a small classical chamber orchestra (takht) of oud, kementché, ney, qanoun, violin, violoncello and percussion. The result is a passionate contemporary exposition of the Iberian, North African and Levantine musical nexus, one audibly rooted in medieval Andalusia." - Michael Stone - Rootsworld, in review of Takht.

Now Registering for our Free Clerical Skills Training & GED Program - Opportunities For a Better Tomorrow
Through March 23, 2012 - Brooklyn

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is currently registering for our February 2012 cycle - CLERICAL SKILLS TRAINING & GED PROGRAM. Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) is a not-for-profit organization that provides education, college assistance, job training and job placement assistance to young adults ages 17 – 21. During our 20-week program, we provide classes in Keyboarding, Computer Applications, Office Procedures, Business English, Business Math, Job Readiness, Public Speaking and Communication, and GED Preparation (if needed). Walk-ins are welcome Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. If you know of someone who would benefit from this program PLEASE LET HIM OR HER KNOW. COME AND REGISTER NOW!! For more information you can call us at 718-369-0303/718-387-1600 or visit our website at For a list of programs please visit us at: Locations: Sunset Park: 783 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232 Bushwick: 25 Thornton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206

Titanoboa: Monster Snake - Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall
March 23, 2012 - Midtown East

The Smithsonian Channel is hosting Titanoboa: Monster Snake in the East Wing of Vanderbilt Hall. The exhibit is on loan from the Smithsonian Institution and includes a replica of Titanoboa, the largest known snake of all time, and a video game competition that visitors can play for a chance to win a trip to the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.

Maureen McGovern-A Long and Winding Road: The Concert - Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
March 23, 2012 - Greenvale

Prepare to hear an eclectic mix of classic and evocative tunes from such groundbreaking singer-songwriters as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Webb, Paul Simon, Carole King, James Taylor, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Laura Nyro.

The Classical Romantic - The Liederkranz Club
March 23, 2012 - New York

Salon/Sanctuary Concerts presents The Classical Romantic - Rufus Müller, tenor; Cynthia Roberts, violin; Allen Whear, cello; Christoph Hammer, fortepiano. Four renowned artists perform works of Beethoven and those who came before and after, including Haydn & Kleinheinz. Tickets $25/$15 students, seniors, EMA & Columbia University Tickets can be ordered on

Lucky Duck - The New Victory Theater
March 23, 2012 - Midtown

In this no-intermission, 75-minute production best for kids 4 to 8, doo-wopping ducks and other birdie beauties belt out show-stopping pop-soul numbers in exotic locales, like The Barnyard, The Forest, and New Duck City. Lucky Duck is a musical created by the Broadway team of Henry Krieger (Dreamgirls, Side Show), Bill Russell (Side Show), and Jeffrey Hatcher (Tuesdays with Morrie). With live musicians, clever lyrics and crisp choreography, this satirical, rags-to-runway musical created for young people puts a modern spin on classic musical theater. Lucky Duck is directed by Jeff Church, with book by Bill Russell and Jeffrey Hatcher, music by Henry Krieger and lyrics by Bill Russell. Music direction is by Anthony T. Edwards, orchestrations are by Harold Wheeler, choreography is by Ernie Dolan, set design is by Ryan J. Zirngibl, costume design is by Georgianna Buchanan, lighting design is by Jarrett Bertoncin, and sound design is by David Kiehl. The Lucky Duck cast includes Seth Golay, Jennie Greenberry, Katie Karel, Greg Krumins, Tosin Morohunfola, Kip Niven, Tim Scott, Emily Shackelford, Julie Shaw, and Francisco "Pancho Javier" Villegas. Tickets for Lucky Duck cost $38, $28, $18, and $14, based on seat locations.

CONSERVATION CAFE: 'How Can We Preserve our Community Forests during 'Stormy' Times?' - Greenburgh Public Library
March 23, 2012 - Elmsford

With all the recent harsh weather wreaking havoc on our local tree population, what does it take to protect the trees that are left behind? Find out how you can help protect and preserve the trees in your local community. Registration begins at 8:30am; program begins at 8:45am. Coffee will be provided by Coffee Roaster Labs. Please bring your own mug and carpool if possible.

Free Week - Kidberry
March 23, 2012 - Harlem

Enjoy free demo classes the week before Kidberry's spring session begins on April 1. Classes offered this spring include Music Together, My Mini School, Creative Ballet, Hippitee Hop, Twos on Their Toes, Lango Spanish and Mandarin, Sing & Sign, and Little Berry Atelier. Visit to sign up for free class demos. Demo classes are free but registration required.

Skyroom Friday by Prive - skyroom
March 23, 2012 - new york

Atop New York City with music by Francis Mercier Alongside DJ Danga featuring Exotics Dancers & Drummers Join us at our fully heated and enclosed Outdoor And Indoor Rooftop Club The Skyroom high above Times Square. Come for some drinks, great music, dancing and lounge on our outdoor patio enjoying the best view of New York's Skyline and the 70 degrees spring weather For guest list and reservations contact us at - 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

Dohnányi conducts Henze and Schubert - New York Philharmonic
Through March 24, 2012 -

R&R at the JCC - The JCC In Manhattan
Through March 24, 2012 - Upper West Side

Make your Shabbat afternoon special with workshops, art, yoga, meditation, food, music, study sessions, film, origami, creative art projects, spa experiences, indoor and outdoor play, and more. There are programs for both children and adults.

Poetry in Motion--Tell Us What You Know! - Wilton Library
Through March 24, 2012 - Wilton

This performance, poetry and arts event created by teens in grades 6 through 12, gives kids a chance to freely express their thoughts through poetry. A reception follows and books are available for purchase. Tickets are on sale at the Circulation Desk beginning March 1. Snow date: Sunday, March 25, 2-3 pm.

Spring Thanksgiving: Gifts of the Land & Waters with Reptiles & Music - Mashantucket Pequot Museum
Through March 24, 2012 - Mashantucket

Celebrate the time-honored relationship of Native peoples to the environment by giving thanks to the land and waters. Learn about wildlife from Marla Isaacs, owner and operator of New England Reptile and Raptor Exhibits. Make fish prints and snake mobiles with Museum educators after her presentation and enjoy the musical talents of flute player Hawk Henries(Nipmuc).

Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean - Darien Arts Center
Through March 24, 2012 - Darien

In a small town dime store in West Texas, the "Disciples of James Dean" gather for their twentieth reunion. Now middle-aged women, they were teenagers when Dean filmed Giant two decades ago in nearby Marfa. One of them, an extra in the film, has a child whom she says was conceived with Dean during the shoot. The ladies' congenial reminiscences mingle with flash backs to their youth; then the arrival of a stunning but familiar stranger sets off a series of confrontations that smash their delusions and expose bitter disappointments. To make reservations, contact the box office at 203.655.5414 or buy tickets online at:

FLOS Sample Sale - FLOS SoHo
Through March 24, 2012 - New York City

FLOS, the renowned Italian lighting manufacturer, is offering a discount of up to 70% below retail price on trade show samples and refurbished items. The sample sale event will take place while supplies last at FLOS’s SoHo showroom on Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24. Discounted items include the Arco (display unit), originally $3,370, now $990; the Skygarden (refurbished), originally $2,490, now $1,245; the Kelvin LED (refurbished), originally $495, now $245 and the Battery Spot, originally $200, now $60.

Artexpo New York - Pier 92
Through March 25, 2012 -

International Artexpo is the world's largest fine art trade show, providing dealers, collectors and buyers with access to thousands of innovative works from artists and publishers in one single venue. Over its 33-year history, Artexpo New York has hosted many of the world's most renowned artists, including Andy Warhol, Peter Max, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Indian, Keith Haring and Leroy Neiman.

Coming of Age in America: The Photography of Joseph Szabo - Heckscher Museum of Art
Through March 25, 2012 - Huntington

A dual portrait of adolescence on Long Island and summers on iconic Jones Beach. Szabo's poignant black-and-white photographs depict teens on the cusp of adulthood, captured in moments of uncertainty, reflection, longing, bravado, and exuberance.

The Allman Brothers Band - Beacon Theatre
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND are getting set to honor the 40th anniversary of their iconic 1972 live album EAT A PEACH in a big way: they're hailing 2012 as "The Year of the Peach." The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees will start the year with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, which "honors performers who have made contributions of outstanding artistic significance to the field of recording." That event will take place Saturday, February 11 during Grammy Week in Los Angeles and the group will be mentioned on the Sunday, February 12 national TV broadcast. "It?s shaping up to be a great year," says BUTCH TRUCKS, who co-founded the band in 1969 with GREGG ALLMAN, drummer JAIMOE, guitarist DUANE ALLMAN, bassist BERRY OAKLEY and guitarist DICKEY BETTS. "We just wanted to make music that was honest and play it for friends, which is pretty much what we've done. It's an honor to be able to be recognized like this." Soon after the Grammy Awards, the band will launch their annual residency at New York City's Beacon Theatre, where they will perform 10 shows beginning Friday, March 9 (see full itinerary below). Tickets for those shows go on sale Friday, January 6. The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND have performed over 200 sold out Beacon Shows since they began the March tradition in 1989. Their 2003 run was captured on the gold-selling LIVE AT THE BEACON THEATRE DVD and the ONE WAY OUT CD, which features the Grammy-nominated track "Instrumental Illness."

Nrityagram Dance Ensemble - Joyce Theater
Through March 25, 2012 -

Nrityagram Dance Ensemble takes the stage with a mesmerizing new work choreographed by Artistic Director Surupa Sen. Devoted to popularizing Odissi, an ancient Indian sacred ritual that celebrates the beauty of curved body lines, the company joins forces with Srilanka's Chitrasena Dance Company to explore the meeting point between the sensuality of Odissi and the masculine dynamism of Chitrasena's Kandyan dance, a shamanic ritual undertaken to purify and invoke divine energy.

Heroes Storywalk: 'Giant Steps to Change the World' By Spike Lee - White Plains Public Library
Through March 25, 2012 - White Plains

Learn about heroes of our time - men and women who stood up for what they believed in. Guess who they are and what they did, and celebrate their achievements along this storywalk in the library. The Storywalk is based on the book entitled, "Giant Steps to Change the World," written by Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee, and illustrated by Sean Qualls. Open to families with children in grades 1-6 beginning Sunday, February 19 and continuing through Sunday, March 25, 2012. Storywalk instructions are available at the Children's Information Desk (The Compass) in The Trove. Participants must sign in there before proceeding on the walk. Children in grades 1-3 must be accompanied by an adult on the walk. Children in grades 4-6 may follow the walk without an adult.

The Yeats Game - Producers' Club
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

American Storyboard presents The Yeats Game, a farce of improbable darkness written by John J. Ronan. Kathy Richter directs a cast of four including Toby Wherry, Susan Stout, Jennifer Silverstein and Lucius Wall. Performances for The Yeats Game will be held at The Producers’ Club, 358 West 44th Street in NYC for twenty-four performances beginning Wednesday, February 29 to Sunday, March 25, 2012. The Yeats Game is a farce about middle-age choices and their ridiculous consequences. At a funeral, as two frisky couples contemplate a friend’s fatal, love-nest heart attack, they flash back to their own recent snowed-in weekend at a mountain cabin. There, a board game designed for age-hating Boomers leads to tangled romance as the old friends explore love, lust, marriage and mischief. Just as guilt prompts confession, and all things point to reform, maturity and reluctant virtue, the play’s close tells us that virtue is a weak motivator, immaturity has its advantages - and that the corpse is perhaps not so dead. A comical, brainy look at the pre-geezer years, The Yeats Game was inspired by the poet's famous line: “Only two topics can be of the least interest to a serious and studious mood - sex and the dead.” The Yeats Game, which played to standing room only audiences at its World Premiere in Boston, is a booze-, Viagra-, dice-driven romp. The Yeats Game is produced by American Storyboard. Director: Kathy Richter; Playwright: John J. Ronan; Sound Designer: Timothy Dahl; Production Stage Manager: Keri Taylor; Assistant Stage Manager: Kristin Dwyer; Publicist: Paul Siebold/Off Off PR. The Yeats Game plays for twenty-four performances from Wednesday, February 29 to Sunday, March 25, 2012, with performances Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7:30pm, Saturdays & Sundays at 8pm, and matinee performances on Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased online at or by calling 212-868-4444. For more information, please visit The runtime for The Yeats Game is 1:30, with no intermission. Kathy Richter (director) is a stage actor, director, dramaturge, and producer. She has directed and performed regionally, including in productions of Sisters Rosensweig, Steel Magnolias and Sylvia (Tampa, FL) and The Diary of Anne Frank (Rhinebeck, NY). She has worked with playwrights on the development of new plays at Abingdon Theatre Company in New York, where she met playwright John Ronan and directed their first reading of The Yeats Game. Kathy has been a successful producer and director of documentary films, winning a PlanetOut/HBO Award in 2002 for Best Short Documentary. Another project was acquired by the ACLU to air as part of its Freedom Files television series in 2007. As a director, Kathy looks for plays with humor and a sound story. She enjoys working on new plays, helping playwrights to perfect their scripts. Kathy worked as a news reporter, anchor, and producer in top television markets, including Tampa, Miami, and Grand Rapids. She has run marketing and communications departments for both Fortune 500 Companies and small corporations and marketed a small company for eventual acquisition by a Berkshire Hathaway Company. Kathy studied the Practical Aesthetics technique for acting at Atlantic Acting School in New York. She holds a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Bachelor’s Degree in Radio-Television Broadcasting with a Minor in Theatre from Southern Illinois University—Carbondale. John J. Ronan is a playwright and poet. His comedy, The Yeats Game – A Farce of Improbable Darkness, premiered at the West End Theater in Gloucester, MA, in 2007, and later had an SRO run at Boston Playwrights Theatre. He is very happy to be working with Kathy Richter on a Big Apple premiere. Speaking of which, his latest play, The Apple Trap: A Parable in Two Acts, will go into production in 2013. John has received wide recognition for his poetry. A new book, Marrowbone Lane, appeared in January 2009; in 2010 it was "Highly Recommended" by the Boston Authors Club. Ronan has appeared in scores of national magazines and reviews, including New England Review, Three Penny Review, Southern Poetry Review, The Hollins Critic, and Notre Dame Review. He is a former National Endowment for the Arts Fellow, a Ucross Fellow, and Bread Loaf Scholar. In June of 2008 he was named to a two-year term as Poet Laureate of Gloucester, MA. Other books include The Catching Self, The Curable Corpse and John J. Ronan: Greatest Hits 1975-2000. Other work was included in an anthology of prize-winning poetry, Sad Little Breathings, edited by Heather McHugh and published in 2001. John is also the producer and host of "The Writer's Block with John Ronan," a television program featuring writers, actors, and other artists. The series, a first prize NECTA winner in 2005, began its 22nd season in September. American Storyboard, Inc., is a non-profit, 501c3 charitable corporation dedicated to producing documentaries, plays, and other media forms of the highest quality. American Storyboard was the producer of an important sports documentary titled Women in American Horse Racing, a finalist for a prestigious Billie Awards. A previous feature, Gloucester's Adventure: An American Story, won national awards, including a TELLY and GOLD AURORA, and was aired on PBS outlets. Tax deductible donations may be made to American Storyboard, Inc.

Brian Bress: Status Report - New Museum of Contemporary Art
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

This exhibition, the latest presentation in the New Museum's 'Stowaways' series, will be the New York premier of Brian Bress's Status Report (2009). In Bress's low-tech video, humorous characters, all played by the artist, struggle with interpersonal relationships, the pursuit of intended goals, and the desire to communicate. Manipulating pictorial and sculptural conventions through fantastically hand-crafted sets and costumes that combine drawing, painting, and collage, Bress creates a disjunctive world where spaces of imagination and representation compete for equal footing. Brian Bress (b. 1975) lives and works in Los Angeles. His videos have been shown at ICA, Philadelphia; LAX Art, Los Angeles; Diverse Works, Houston; University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa; and Parrish Art Museum, South Hampton. His work was included in the comprehensive survey exhibition "California Video: Artists and Histories" presented at the Getty Museum in 2008. This is Bress's first New York museum presentation.

Across Time & Place: Treasures from the Permanent Collection - The Heckscher Museum of Art
Through March 25, 2012 - Huntington

This rotating exhibition of highlights from the Permanent Collection features a broad range of works by American and European artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. Of particular interest is �tienne Berne-Bellecour?s monumental "Embarkation Maneuver," 1882, which factually depicts the departure of a regiment of cuirassiers following the Franco-Prussian War, in contrast to the acerbic commentary on the Weimar Republic seen in George Grosz?s equally monumental "Eclipse of the Sun," 1926.

Spring Alive! - Dixon PLace
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

ONE Healing Arts COMPANY and Demos Bizar Entertainment present SPRING ALIVE! a world premiere interactive theatrical experience starring Broadway performer and recording artist Spring Groove (Bway: Grease, Saturday Night Fever). Musical Director Alex Navarro leads a band, including musicians Greg Burrows, Jordan Jancz, and David Finch with singers Sherez Aletaha and Saum Eskandani. Based upon Spring’s unique journey and her original music, E! News calls SPRING ALIVE! “a sing, pray, love experience” for the heart and mind. SPRING ALIVE! uniquely combines the Folk, Pop, Ecstatic and Meditative Mantra music genres into an entertaining and humorous journey as Spring travels the globe in search of everything from glowsticks to gurus. Spring Groove is a former Broadway performer and an award-winning singer song writer honored by Billboard and The LA Music Awards for Best Female Singer. With 7 critically-acclaimed CDs, Spring’s music ranges from Folk and Pop to Ecstatic and Meditative Mantra. As a street musician, Spring flourishes. She has independently sold over 15,000 CD’s and has opened hearts around the world headlining at festivals throughout Italy, Germany and other European cities. Spring is also a bhakti yogi who tours internationally to help awaken consciousness and create community through the gift of music. Spring produced & performed the sold out SHE ROCKS BROADWAY AT Studio 54, raising over $100K for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the New York Fashion Cares and the benefit LA concert, SPRING FEVER. Spring’s music has been featured in several independent award winning films and has been played on both MTV and E! Television. LA Yoga Magazine says “…her light is infectious.” Spring’s voice has been recorded with bhakti yogis such as Has Christian of Rasa, David Newman, Petros Haffenrichter, The Temple Bhajan Band and David Stringer with whom she tours regularly all over the world. Her training includes The Boston Conservatory The Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram in The Bahamas and extensive touring in over 15 countries. ONE Healing Arts COMPANY, Inc. is a new production company producing theatrical work that opens hearts and minds, creates a nurturing environment for artists, promotes wellness and healing of mind and body, and elevates collective consciousness.

'Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical' - Manhattan Children's Theatre
Through March 25, 2012 - Lower Manhattan

Trixie, Daddy, and Knuffle Bunny take a trip to the neighborhood laundromat. But the exciting adventure takes a dramatic turn when Trixie realizes somebunny was left behind. This true-to-life musical tale about what happens when Daddy's in charge and things go terribly, hilariously wrong is based on the book "Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale," by Mo Willems. Lyrics by Mo Willems, music by Michael Silversher, directed by MCT artistic director Bruce Merrill. For more information about group rates and weekday school performances, visit or call 212-226-4085.

Blessed are the Peacemakers- A Lenten Tribute - St. Paul's Chapel
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

A Lenten Tribute Featuring Storytelling and Jazz Meditations by THEODICY JAZZ COLLECTIVE. Celebrate the lives of men and women of faith and courage with stories, prayers, and jazz meditations by Theodicy Jazz Collective at St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan (Broadway at Fulton Street) on Sunday afternoons during Lent. This year’s reflections honor Mahatma Gandhi (02/26), Wangari Maathai (03/04), Martin Luther King, Jr. (03/11), Oscar Romero (03/18) and Nelson Mandela (03/25). For more information, visit Theodicy Jazz Collective is a group of musicians committed to ministry through the creative, spiritual power of music. The collective has a unique sound influenced by the spirituals and gospel music of the African-American church, as well as progressive jazz and world music.

New York International Children's Film Festival - Various Addresses
Through March 25, 2012 - Manhattan

Now in its 15th year, NYICFF is North America's largest festival of film for children and teens and stands at the forefront of a movement to define a new, more provocative and compelling film for kids. The upcoming NYICFF 2012 unspools March 2-25 at theaters around Manhattan, with 100+ films plus gala premieres, retrospectives, filmmaker Q&As, production workshops, receptions, audience voting, and the NYICFF Awards Ceremony. Highlights include: Lotte and the Moonstone Secret, Shorts for Tots, Cinderella Moon, Ninja Kids and many more! For a full list of screenings and to buy tickets visit

Be Green Kids Consignments Spring 2012 Sale - LIFE The Place To Be
Through March 25, 2012 - Ardsely

Any parent can choose to participate by registering as a consignor on the website or by coming by that weekend to shop and save money. A seasonal consignment event is a 4-day event where they set up as a store and parents from all over the area bring their new and gently-used children's items to the event site to be resold over the weekend. Items that are not sold are donated to local charities after the event is over. Special Pre-Sale for volunteers, consignors, and new parents. The mission of these sales is to offer parents a safe setting to buy and sell gently-used items allowing them to recoup money spent and put it back into the family budget. The second goal is to promote the idea of recycling kids items. Meredith and Alison want families to recycle, reuse, and reduce the impact that we have on the environment and these seasonal consignment sales promote this lifestyle along with allowing local families a way to give back to the community through the donation of their unsold items to local charities and programs. You can also utilize the event to fundraise for your group or organization by collecting items on behalf of your group and consigning them or having your proceeds go to your school or organization.

'S Wonderful - The New Gershwin Musical - Westchester Broadway Theatre
Through March 25, 2012 - Elmsford

An all-singing, all-dancing celebration of the brilliant music and lyrics of brothers George and Ira Gershwin. The melodies flow through five mini-musicals inspired by stories of young love. Audiences are transported to the different places, times and styles that made the Gershwin brothers the most successful songwriting team in musical history. First it's New York City in 1916, moving to Paris in the 1930s, Hollywood in the '40s, New Orleans in the 1950s and ending in the present day. 'S Wonderful pays a nostalgic tribute to the incomparable songbook of George and Ira Gershwin, featuring over featuring over 42 songs, including "Someone to Watch Over Me," "I've Got Rhythm," "Embraceable You," "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," "Love is Here to Stay" "Shall We Dance," "Rhapsody in Blue," and more. Show Times: Wednesday & Thursday Matinees: Lunch: 11:30am; Show: 1pm. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Evenings: Dinner: 6:30pm; Show: 8pm. Sunday Matinees: Lunch: 12pm; Show: 1:30pm. Sunday Evenings: Dinner: 5:30pm; Show: 7pm.

Look for the Woman - Richmond Shepard Theatre
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

Off-Off Broadway Play, Drama. "Buck, MJ, Lukey and Daryl Hadlow's worlds are rocked when their mother, Vivienne, declares herself the rightful owner of the family's struggling steel company. She is on a war path, attempting to regain emotional control over her sons and their wives by dropping bombs and... revealing devastating secrets. But Vivienne's actions aren't without consequence and an unlikely hero - and potential suspect - emerges." Remaining Cast Members - Ric Sechrest*, John David Carey*, Paul Murillo*, Michael Borne, Melanie Furjanic Ryan, Stephanie Anne Ervin*, Niae Knight, Lynn Mancinelli* and Elizabeth Bove* *member of AEA. Written by Christie Perfetti. Directed by Matilda Szydagis. Produced by John Lant of Write Act Repertory

The Neverending Story - Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

Enter the world of a young boy’s imagination filled with loveable characters, dark villains and unlikely heroes. For anyone who’s ever made a wish, believed in a fantasy or had a dream, journey with us on an epic adventure where a vivid reality and fantasy collide. The Neverending Story, based on the classic German novel and popularized by the iconic film, tells the story of a shy boy named Bastian who is tormented by school bullies and finds solace in a mysterious book. The book’s captivating tale tells of the fictional and far away land Fantastica which is in grave danger from The Nothing. Follow Bastian, the warrior boy Atreyu and the happy Luck Dragon Falkor as they travel through the Swamp of Sadness, the cave of a giant spider and the maze of the Southern Oracle to reach the the Childlike Empress.

Sanja Ivekovic: Sweet Violence - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through March 26, 2012 - Manhattan

The first museum exhibition in the United States of the work of Sanja Ivekovic (b. 1949, Zagreb) covers four decades of the artist's remarkable career. A feminist, activist, and video pioneer, Ivekovic came of age in the post-1968 period, when artists broke free from mainstream institutional settings, laying the ground for a form of praxis antipodal to official art. Part of the generation known as the Nova Umjetnicka Praksa (New Art Practice), Ivekovic produced works of cross-cultural resonance that range from conceptual photomontages to video and performance. This exhibition brings together a historic group of single-channel videos and media installations, including Sweet Violence (1974), Personal Cuts (1982), Practice Makes a Master (1982/2009), General Alert (Soap Opera) (1995), and Rohrbach Living Memorial (2005). Among the 100 photomontages featured in the exhibition is Ivekovic's celebrated series Double Life (1975-76), for which the artist juxtaposed pictures of herself culled from her private albums with commercial ads clipped from the pages of women's magazines. While in the 1970s Ivekovic probed the persuasive qualities of mass media and its identity-forging potential, after 1990--following the fall of the Berlin Wall, the disintegration of Yugoslavia, and the birth of a new nation--she focused on the transformation of reality from socialist to post-socialist political systems. Ivekovic offers a fascinating view into the official politics of power, gender roles, and the paradoxes inherent in society's collective memory. The exhibition will be accompanied by a major publication.

Art from Around the World at Agora Gallery - Agora Gallery
Through March 27, 2012 - New York City

The days may still seem short, but the artwork displayed at Agora Gallery this March will bring light, warmth and a sense of freshness to your day. Let yourself experience a new way of viewing the world through the work displayed in East Meets West: an Exhibition of Fine Art from Asia, in which talented Asian artists unite their personal abilities with their sensitivity to universal affairs, to create art which is often informed by their cultural heritage. Unbound Perspectives provides new insight into the world we live in, as the artists tread the delicate line between realism and optimism to show us both what is and what could be. In Reverie of Form takes us on a journey of discovery and delight that nonetheless relates to aspects of shared human experience, hinting gently at the wonder that we often ignore. Beginning on March 6, 2012, these exhibitions will run until March 27, 2012. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, March 8, 2012. Entrance is free and all art enthusiasts are encourages to attend. Exhibition Dates: March 6, 2012 – March 27, 2012 Reception: Thursday, March 8, 2012, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11a.m. - 6 p.m. Event URL: Featured Artists: East Meets West: an Exhibition of Fine Art from Asia Hiroe Dazai | Susumu Hasegawa | Cauro Hige | Soojin Hong | Tsutomu Hoshitani | Toshio Ishikawa | Yasuyuki Ito | Noriko Kinouchi | Takako Kodani | Takashi Kogawa | Hung Yi | Rui Zhu Unbound Perspectives Alex Barba | Pascal Bejeannin | Briggitte Lazo ("Blazo") | Cheri Mittermaier | Rya Oshpiz | Stephanie Elyse Patent | Alexandre-Éric Piette | Anjum Saeed | SILBEN | Nicholas Vitale In Reverie of Form Annik | Marie Anne Baron | Tom Byrne | Gilbert Cantu | Bruce Cull | Carolina Ferrara | Steve Mason | Nataixa Ros | Jaime Sánchez Nava | Tanya | Elena Vasileva | Lilina C. Williams About Agora Gallery Agora Gallery is a fine art gallery, established in 1984 and located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art galleries district. It is famous for showcasing a spectacular array of talented artists from around the world and around the corner, while providing quality and original art to collectors. Exhibitions are usually group exhibits, presenting the work of a number of artists, but sometimes solo exhibitions focus on the work of one particular artist. The gallery publishes ARTisSpectrum Magazine, a bi-annual magazine that is distributed to museums, galleries, art institutions and art schools around the world. It provides artists, collectors, museums, galleries, art organizations and enthusiasts with access to the work of international talented artists as well as feature articles, reviews and interviews. Agora Gallery is the proud sponsor of ARTmine, one of the most comprehensive resources available worldwide to view and purchase fine art. The gallery also runs Agora Art Blog, a blog designed to provide helpful information and advice for artists while providing a forum for artists to help one another by sharing their experiences and thoughts.

ADHD Parent Coaching Workshop Series - Hallowell Center
Through March 28, 2012 - Manhattan

Parenting kids with ADHD can be tough. ADHD experts have long recommended Parent Training as a crucial part of treatment for children with ADHD. Education combined with the support and guidance of a trained professional can make a huge difference in parenting confidence and effectiveness. During this seven-session workshop, you will develop the techniques necessary to help reduce the challenging behaviors, homework stress, and school struggles and bring back joy and connection with your child. To register, email

Playtime with Sammie and Tudie - Sprout San Francisco
Through March 28, 2012 - Upper East Side

An interactive, mommy-and-me class where toddlers ages 1-3 can learn and grow. Each week, a new theme is the center of the fun, which includes music, puppets, finger plays, felt board stories, and even some magic.

CHESS CLUB - Greenburgh Public Library
Through March 28, 2012 - Elmsford

Classes for beginners by master chess player, sign up limited to 10 players. Advanced players improve your game - all ages welcome, limited to 10 players. Call 721-8224 to register. Wednesdays, March 7, 14, and 21.

Through March 29, 2012 - Brooklyn

The Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter is hosting an important Family Caregiver Workshop to help Brooklyn family caregivers cope with the demands and stress of caring for someone who has dementia. The 10-hour education program will take place at Catholic Charities’ Benson Ridge Senior Services in Brooklyn on four consecutive Thursday afternoons: Thursday, March 8, 2012, Thursday, March 15, 2012; Thursday, March 22, 2012, and Thursday, March 29, 2012 from 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Attendance is required at all four sessions. The program will be presented by experts from the New York City Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and will cover important topics including: • How to improve communication with someone who has dementia/Alzheimer’s; • How to understand and manage behaviors associated with Alzheimer’s disease; and • Activities that will help improve your life and the life of the person you are caring for. The meetings are free. Pre-registration is mandatory. To register, please call the New York City Chapter’s 24-hour Helpline at 800-272-3900. The program is made possible by a generous grant from the Brooklyn Community Foundation whose mission is to improve the lives of people in Brooklyn by strengthening communities through local giving, grantmaking and community service. Attendance is required at all four sessions.

Stone Cold Fox Presents Crisistown: A Choose Your Own Adventure Comedy - Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre
Through March 30, 2012 - New York

Stone Cold Fox invites you to Crisistown, a little town with a big crisis. “What sort of crisis?” you ask. “And just how big is it?” That’s the thing: YOU get to decide. Crisistown: A Choose Your Own Adventure Comedy is a scripted, interactive comedy show that puts you, the audience, in charge. YOU get to vote on what happens next. And YOU get to decide how it will end. All we know for certain is that there’s a crisis. And it’s pretty big.

'In Like a Lion and Out Like a Lamb' Door Hangers - Long Island Children's Museum
Through March 30, 2012 - Garden City

Gather in the Inner Lobby during the month of March and learn to decorate your very own door hanger. Use a variety of materials as you create a two-sided wooden door hanger to reflect the two sides of this month's changing weather – coming in roaring like a lion then going out gently like a lamb. This program runs Tuesdays to Fridays through March 30, 2012.

Youth Art Month - Harrison Public Library
Through March 30, 2012 - Harrison

Harrison Council for the Arts presents Youth Art Month, March 4-30, at the Harrison Municipal Building, Heineman Place, and the Harrison Public Library, Bruce Avenue. This annual exhibit consists of multi-media art reflecting the talents of students in the Harrison schools, with works selected by art teachers in the community. Opening reception Sunday, March 4 from 1-3pm, at the Harrison Municipal Building, with entertainment at 2:30pm at the Library.

Game Toolkit - Greenburgh Public Library
Through March 30, 2012 - Elmsford

Starting with Smash Brothers, learn how to create levels and boards for games. Volunteer-run program. Call Andrew at 914-721-8224 for more information. Fridays: March 2, 16, and 30.

HANDS ON ON THE FARM: EGG COLLECTING - Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
Through March 31, 2012 - Pocantico Hills

Pitch in with hands-on farm activities every Saturday and Sunday in March. Learn about the life of a hen at Stone Barns and help collect eggs. Program appropriate for children ages 2-14.

Separation Anxiety: Exhibit, Free Reception and Art Workshop - Pelham Art Center
Through March 31, 2012 - Pelham

A multi-media exhibition examining the various facets of parenthood. Free opening reception and all-age art workshop: Friday, February 3, 6:30-8:00pm. Artists in the exhibition explore the often unacknowledged worry and unease that all parents, traditional or not, must navigate. Through these investigations, cultural anxieties and debates over the definition of family, parenthood and childhood are explored in surprising and interesting ways. This exhibition was previously featured at the Wignall Museum of Contamporary Art, Chaffey College, in Rancho Cucamona, CA. It is curated by Denise Johnson and Rebecca Trawick.

'Make Art (in) Public' - Children's Museum of the Arts
Through March 31, 2012 - SoHo

This exhibit includes works by artists such as Keith Haring, Swoon, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Remed, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Moondog, and Tranqui Yanqui. The exhibition explores the accessibility of the arts for the public; the ways in which public art is a product of and a contributor to the cultural fabric of communities big and small; as well as the positive impact of the arts on building and bettering society.

'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' - St. Luke's Theatre
Through March 31, 2012 - Midtown

Off Broadway Family Theatre presents an adaptation of C.S. Lewis's beloved tale from the Chronicles of Narnia in which two actors play eight characters, both human and animal. Travel to Narnia through the old wardrobe with the four Pevensie children, and get swept into their journey to stand with the great lion Aslan against the evil White Witch.

Exhibition: Figure It Out - Clay Art Center
Through March 31, 2012 - Port Chester

A national invitational exhibition featuring functional works inspired by the human form by over 70 clay artists. The works on display will be mostly functionally-based or vessel-oriented, suggestive of or inspired by the human form. The artists were challenged to interpret the theme in a way that best suited their own voice. For instance, the artists could have surface or glaze decoration that incorporates the figure or parts of the body in some way, or they might exaggerate a pot's "human" parts, such as

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