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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on October 4


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Primary Stages Presents: 'Motherhood Out Loud' - 59E59 Theaters
Through October 29, 2011 - Manhattan

"Motherhood Out Loud" is a dazzling collaboration of pieces by celebrated American writers on the topic of motherhood.

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.

Epicurious and Brooklyn Winery Present Wine. Dine. Donate. - Brooklyn Winery
October 04, 2011 - Williamsburg

This benefit event for Food Bank for New York City offers the chance to swirl, sip, and savor locally crafted wine with Epicurious editors, renowned winemakers, and "Tasting Notes" writer and former Wine Spectator editor, Ted Loos.

All You Ever Wanted To Know About Breastfeeding - JCC Rockland
October 04, 2011 - West Nyack

An instructor from the La Leche League gives new and expectant moms information on nursing, including the benefits, new beginnings, overcoming breastfeeding obstacles, and weaning.

Toddler Storytime - Barnes & Noble Yonkers Central Plaza
October 04, 2011 - White Plains

Storytime and craft event every Tuesday in the Children's Department for Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers. Call Ms. Laurie at (914) 771-6400 to RSVP.

Tales and Tunes for Tiny Tots - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Garnerville

Parents with babies and toddlers up to 36 months are invited to enjoy stories, nursery rhymes, fingerplays, songs, bubbles with their parent or caregiver. Pre-registration for this popular program is required.

Preschool Storytime - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Garnerville

Children ages 3-5 are invited for stories, songs, puppets, and more. Pre-registration is requested.

Storytime at the J - JCC Rockland
October 04, 2011 - West Nyack

Parents with babies and toddlers up to 2 years old are invited to mingle with other moms and dad, listen to child-friendly books, and share parenting stories. Healthy snacks will be served.

START (Story + Art) - Long Island Children's Museum
October 04, 2011 - 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.

Terrific Tales for Twos and Threes - Wilton Library
October 04, 2011 - Wilton

Children ages 2 and 3 and their caregivers sing songs, listen to stories and enjoy playtime together while building literacy and social skills. No registration necessary.

Look, Listen and Learn - Wilton Library
October 04, 2011 - Wilton

Three and 4 years olds are invited with a parent/caregiver to interact with stories, songs, finger plays and rhymes. Children in this program gain pre-reading skills and learn how to participate in a group setting. No registration required.

Literary Littles - Wilton Library
October 04, 2011 - Wilton

Independent listeners ages 4-6 years gain early literacy skills with stories, short films, songs and crafts. No registration required.

Masters of the Imagination: The Latin American Fine Art Exhibition and The Rhythm of Color - Agora Gallery
Through October 04, 2011 - New York

Kick off the new season with Agora Gallery’s all new exhibitions. Bursting with creativity, the artists in Masters of the Imagination: the Latin American Fine Art Exhibition and The Rhythm of Color will present various aspects of our world in ways that will gift the audience with a new appreciation for the wonder that surrounds us. Everyone is encouraged to visit the gallery for this exciting exhibition and learn about different cultures from around the world. Exhibition Dates: September 13, 2011 – October 4, 2011. Reception: Thursday, September 15, 2011, 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: Masters of the Imagination - María Eugenia Akel, Cristina Arnedo, Paloma Bernaldo de Quirós, Alessandra Busanelli, Marcela Cadena, Raul Cantu, Omar Diaz-Morales, María Susana Dos Santos, Carmen Erazo, Fausto, Maca Fernandez, Cecilia Fernandez Q, Ignacio Hábrika, kBlanchard, Karin Himmelman, Alberto Montoreano, Andre Netto, Rosa Olivo, Diego Quintavalle, Juan G. Restrepo, Gabriela Robin, Gabriela Robin, Wladimir Tasoff, Jimena Vilchez. The Rhythm of Color - John Stevenson, Madeleine Arnett, Mireille Ligterink, Christian Perez de Carvasal, Fred Mou, Briggitte Lazo ("Blazo"), Weeda Hamdan. 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. Gallery II, an elegant adjacent gallery space, gives artists the ideal area for a solo or group exhibition of their own, organized and publicized by Agora Gallery. 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.

- South Huntington Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Huntington Station

A storytime for parent and child with lots of music and movement. Siblings welcome. Register on September 6.

So Big! - South Huntington Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Huntington Station

A storytime for parent and child with lots of music and movement. Siblings welcome. Register on September 6.

Art Exhibit: 'Warhol: Paintings for Children' - 92nd Street Y
Through October 04, 2011 - Manhattan

About 80 original Warhol paintings intended to appeal to children will be hung low so that kids can see them and get up close to them. From 12-4pm on weekends in September (starting September 10), kids can participate in art workshops (preregister online) that allow them to link the paintings in the gallery with work they create themselves. Workshops include a drop-in Silkscreen studio; those that explore Warhol's practice of transforming everyday objects into art by presenting them in new ways; creating images with rubber stamps and repetition; modeling and glazing a ceramic shoe inspired by Warhol's shoe drawings; and creating a metal fish bookmark that draws on Warhol's fish wallpaper design.

Middle School Book Club - Somers Library
October 04, 2011 - Somers

Middle Schoolers read, discuss books, hang out, play games, and have fun. All new members are welcome.

Registration for 'Act It Out' - White Plains Public Library
October 04, 2011 - White Plains

Registration for a 3-session Drama Workshop including theater games and script reading for grades 3-6. A group performance will be held at the end of the last session on October 25 at 5pm. Register in person in The Trove or by telephone: 914-422-1476.

Open House at Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan - Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan
October 04, 2011 - Manhattan

This evening provides prospective parents the opportunity to meet the school's professional team, speak with students and current families, hear from alumni, and engage in classroom experiences with teachers.

Grades 7 & 8 Book Club - Scarsdale Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Scarsdale

Books and discussion for 7-8th graders.

Chess Matches - Ossining Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Ossining

Chess matches for beginners, Grand Masters, and everyone in-between. Ongoing Tuesdays. Contact the Reference Department for more information. 2nd Floor Conference Room.

Now I'm 3! - Ossining Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Ossining

Stories, rhymes and crafts for 3- and 4-year-old toddlers with a parent or caregiver. In the Children's Room.

Garden Walk - Wave Hill
October 04, 2011 - Bronx

An hour-long tour of seasonal garden highlights. Meet at the Perkins Visitor Center.

All Aboard! Storytime at the Train Station - Congers Train Station
October 04, 2011 - Congers

Join New City Library's Mrs. B. for an out-of-library, preschool storytime. Bring a carpet square or cushion for children to sit on. No registration necessary.

Mother Goose Storytime - Ruth Keeler Memorial Library
October 04, 2011 - North Salem

Regular weekly storytime for children up to 2-1/2 years.

Israeli Folk Dancing - JCC Mid-Westchester
October 04, 2011 - Scarsdale

Learn the latest dances and old favorites. Instruction, requests, and open session. No experience necessary. drop-ins welcome. Pay at the front desk.

Wee Craft Together - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Garnerville

Children ages 2-4 are invited with a parent or caregiver to listen to stories and make a fun craft together. Registration begins one week before program for HKDPL cardholders and the day before the program for everyone else.

Family Storytime - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library, Village Branch
October 04, 2011 - Haverstraw

Parents, grandparents, or other caregivers are invited to drop by with their favorite toddler for stories, songs, puppets, and more.

Stories and a Craft - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Garnerville

Children ages 3-6 can hear a story then make a craft to take home. Registration begins one week before the program for HKDPL cardholders and the day before for everyone else.

Preschool Storytime - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Garnerville

Children ages 3-5 are invited for stories, songs, puppets, and more at this popular program. Registration begins one week before for HKDPL cardholders and the day before for everyone else.

After School Stories at the Sunset Park Library - The Child's Place for Children with Special Needs
October 04, 2011 - Sunset Park

Children with (and without) disabilities can hear stories read aloud, and also explore arts and crafts.

After School Stories at the Sunset Park Library - The Child's Place for Children with Special Needs
October 04, 2011 - Sunset Park

Children with (and without) disabilities can hear stories read aloud, and also explore arts and crafts.

Free Fitness Walk (Step Out) - Fort Totten Park
October 04, 2011 - Bayside

Step out for some fun group fitness this fall and walk along Joe Michael's Mile (the esplanade between Fort Totten and Bayside Marina). The fitness walk includes other physical activities such as lunges, arms raises, and more. The program begins with a 5-minute warm up and ends with a 5-minute cool down, and a volunteer personal trainer from the nearby Personal Fitness Consultants leads the walk and warm-ups. No experience is necessary, so join now.

Farm Books & Beasts - Stamford Museum and Nature Center
October 04, 2011 - Stamford

Enjoy an afternoon storytime in the Heckscher Barn. Then, make the pages from the book come alive with a themed craft and "meet and greet" with one of the farm animals. Animals vary each week.

Composting at the Queens Library - Queens Library: Steinway Branch
October 04, 2011 - Astoria

Teach your children about sustainability by modeling green behaviors like composting. Simply freeze your extra food scraps (including fruit and vegetable scraps like peels, skins, or seeds), coffee grounds (including the paper filter), tea bags, eggshells, nutshells, plain bread, and pasta (no toppings) to the weekly food waste drop off location at Queens Library at Steinway between 4pm-5:30pm. Leave your meat, dairy, bones, or oily foods at home. The Western Queens Compost Initiative will turn the rest of your food waste into a nutrient-rich compost.

Tree Branch Sculpture Workshop - Queens Library: Steinway Branch
October 04, 2011 - Astoria

Future tree huggers should head over to the library to create a sculpture out of fallen tree branches. The finish project will stand alone or hang on a wall with the works of Vincent M. Smythe, an environmental tree branch artist. The project is geared toward children ages 5-12. Preregistration is required so please call, visit the library, or sign up on the website.

Jewels - New York City Ballet
October 04, 2011 -

Jewels is unique: a full-length, three-act plotless ballet that uses the music of three very different composers. Balanchine was inspired by the artistry of jewelry designer Claude Arpels, and chose music revealing the essence of each jewel. He explained: "Of course, I have always liked jewels; after all, I am an Oriental, from Georgia in the Caucasus. I like the color of gems, the beauty of stones, and it was wonderful to see how our costume workshop, under Karinska's direction, came so close to the quality of real stones (which were of course too heavy for the dancers to wear!)." Each section of the ballet is distinct in both music and mood. Emeralds, which Balanchine considered "an evocation of France — the France of elegance, comfort, dress, [and] perfume," recalls the 19th century dances of the French Romantics. Rubies is crisp and witty, epitomizing the collaboration of Stravinsky and Balanchine.Diamonds recalls the order and grandeur of Imperial Russia and the Maryinsky Theater, where Balanchine was trained. Mary Clarke and Clement Crisp have written: "If the entire imperial Russian inheritance of ballet were lost, Diamonds would still tell us of its essence."

Rustic Apple Crostata - Celebrations In The Kitchen
October 04, 2011 - Hicksville

Can you just smell the delicious aroma of a pie in the oven? Bake pie dough as well as the apple filling from scratch in this two-hour session. While the pies are baking, enjoy the food and beverages that will be provided.

Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Metropolitan Opera
October 04, 2011 -

Peter Mattei recreates his winning portrayal of the barber in Bartlett Sher's popular production, which propels the comic action right into the audience. Isabel Leonard sings her first Met Rosina, sharing the role with Diana Damrau, and Javier Camarena makes his Met debut as the Count.

Toddler Time with First RIF - Brooklyn Public Library, Mill Basin branch
October 04, 2011 - Mill Basin

Enjoy stories and play. Ages 18 months to three years.

RIF (Reading is Fundamental) - Brooklyn Public Library, Walt Whitman branch
October 04, 2011 - Fort Greene

It's great to see RIF (Reading is Fundamental) still going strong since its inception back in the early '70s. It continues here and throughout the Brooklyn Public Library as encouragement for children to be readers.

Dvorák and a Corigliano World Premiere - New York Philharmonic
October 04, 2011 -

Journey Into Dyslexia--Film and Speaker - Wilton Library
October 04, 2011 - Wilton

The film examines the dyslexic brain, showing how it is structured differently and debunks myths and misperceptions. After the film, Dr. Margie Gillis, Doctorate of Education from the University of Louisville in Special Education, speaks about the film and takes questions. Registration recommended.

The Heckscher Museum Portfolio Development Series - Portfolio Advice - Huntington Public Library
October 04, 2011 - Huntington

An Admissions Counselor from the School of Visual Arts discusses how students can develop an art portfolio for the college admission process.

Winning Ways to Talk with Kids - Oakdale/Ockers Community Center
October 04, 2011 - Oakdale

Learn how to avoid communication problems with your children and become a better listener. Registration required.

Running Rampant - Suffolk Y JCC
October 04, 2011 - Commack

Bring your babies and toddlers to a place where he/she can climb, run, jump and learn the basics of tumbling in a safe environment. Kids enjoy bubbles, parachutes and music.

Top Chefs in Sleepy Hollow Country - Wine Tasting and Annual Meeting - Abigail Kirsch at Tappan Hill Mansion
October 04, 2011 - Tarrytown

This year's winners of the Spirit of Westchester and Putnam Awards will be honored at the United Way Annual Meeting. Directly following the meeting will be the Top Chefs and Wine Tasting event. Sleepy Hollow Country’s finest dining establishments and wine specialists will provide a rich array of delicious gourmet samplings.

Calm and Connected- Parenting Your Child or Teen with ADHD - Office of Cindy Goldrich, Certified ADHD Parent Coach
October 04, 2011 - Syosset

Learn the tools necessary to help your child be successful in school, at home, and in life. Establish appropriate rules and expectations, reduce homework stress, and bring back joy and connection with your child. Seven sessions. Call for location and to register.

Halloween Story Time - Barnes and Noble at Smith Haven Mall
October 04, 2011 - Lake Grove

Children's storytime, with stories, songs and crafts featuring a different theme every week.

Mighty/Bold Warriors Combo - Superior Martial Arts
October 04, 2011 - St. James

Children aged 3-6 can learn yoga poses through songs, puppets and stories. Children develop social, sensory and motor skills while increasing their flexibility.

Bold/Fierce Warriors - Balance Studio
October 04, 2011 - St. James

With music, games, stories and art children age 6-10 learn how to focus and release energy and to do more challenging yoga poses.

Breastfeeding Support Circle - Prenatal Yoga Center
October 04, 2011 - Manhattan

Breastfeeding moms can share the joys, concerns, and challenges of breastfeeding. The circle offers a clinical yet warm approach to breastfeeding today.

Book Signing: 'Cook Like a Rock Star: 125 Recipes, Lessons, and Culinary Secrets' - Barnes & Noble Union Square
October 04, 2011 - Manhattan

Author and celebrity chef Anne Burrell will talk about, answer questions, and sign copies of her new cookbook.

Tuesday Tales @ The Field - The Field Library
October 04, 2011 - Peekskill

Stories, songs, and fingerplays for 3, 4 & 5 year olds. No sign-up necessary.

Radio Amateur Open Stage - 116
October 04, 2011 - NYC

Nicholas Nace is proud to present the next round of his new open stage Tuesday October 4th and 18th at 10pm. The show will be held at the historic 116 MacDougal (formerly the Gaslight) at 116 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10012. Featured acts will include poet, performance artist and three time Mr. Lower East Side Moonshine Shorey (voted “Bartender You’d Most Like to Screw” by the NYPress in 2006, ElectroPunk madman JuggerNut recently featured in SPIN Magazine, Comedian and social commentator Remick Benice and well known troubadour Brer Brian. There is no cover and no drink minimum for this event. Musician and producer Nicholas Nace has been capturing the sounds of the New York City underground for over a decade as a documentarian and avid contributor to downtown open mic scene. He is a member of the band A BRIEF VIEW OF THE HUDSON (name Best Fold Duo by the NYPress in 2005). Radio Amateur Open Stage is a tribute to the non-traditional artists and performers who are the unsung heroes of NYC’s art scene providing 8 minutes of no-strings-attached stage time to anyone wishing perform or pontificate. Radio Amateur Open Stage takes Nicholas Nace’s passion for producing to the next level with it’s corresponding podcast RadioAmateurNYC available at Nicholas’s most recent projects include the musical score for TELL YOUR FRIENDS: The Concert Film (2010) featuring comedians Liam McEneaney, Kristen Schall, and Reggie Watts and the Art Star Sounds Compilation (2005) featuring Andy Warhol superstar Taylor Mead, and antifolk heroes Kimya Dawson and Langhorn Slim Nicholas Nace has a knack for cultivating community and documenting the underground art scene in a way that is both ethnographic and entertaining. As one fan put it, Nace’s events create “an almost unbearable concentration of twisted words and sounds that seep into peripheral awareness. Proudly exalting a voice of dissent, a call to arms, a blatant exploitation of deviant culture refusing soul-surrender to the limits of expression.” –RAYMOND SANCHEZ. Sacramento, CA "...Part of the renaissance blues and folk music coming out of New York. Mixing southern comfort with metro cards and pigeons." -PLATEUR MAGAZINE Nick is available for interviews via phone and email. Please contact Ann Enzminger at 646.912.4165 or for scheduling. Please visit our temporary website at to hear Episode’s 1, 2 and 3 of the RadioAmateurNYC podcast. Photos and additional press materials available upon request.

CPR/AED Course - Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps
October 04, 2011 - Scarsdale

CPR course includes the use of an AED and choking rescue for adults, children and infants. Participants will receive an American Heart Association CPR Certification valid for two years.

Adult Social Night - Mask Making with Zoë Hanson - Broadway Training Center
October 04, 2011 - Hastings-on-Hudson

Zoë Hanson, costume and prop designer, shares her expertise. Just in time for Halloween, design and make your own mask with Zoë's guidance. Scary, beautiful, graceful, or zany - let Zoë's expertise take you wherever your imagination goes!

Simple Dinner Menus for Busy Families - The Food Evolution
October 04, 2011 - Bardonia

In this fast-paced world, it often feels like a daunting task to make a healthy meal for our families. Join instructor Diane Hoch for a class that provides options for meals that are both beautiful and health-supportive. Pre-registration is required.

UG! COMEDY SHOW!! 3.0 (Tuesday Oct. 4th) - Mug Lounge
October 04, 2011 - nyc

UG! COMEDY SHOW!! Tuesday Oct. 4th, 2011 ed. Todd Montesi and Justin Murray present awesome comics in front of a cool supportive crowd in the epicenter of hip NYC the East Village. Featuring both established comic veterans you've seen on TV to the up and comers, UG guarantees a swell time all for FREE! We've also got tons of drink specials ($3 drafts $4 wells)! So what are you waiting for? Come down and UG! it with us!!! UG! COMEDY SHOW!! (Now @ MUG) Presented by Todd Montesi and Justin Murray TUESDAYS @ MUG Lounge 448 East 13th st. (bet. 1st and ave. A) showtime: 8PM No Cover, One Drink Min. ($3 drafts, $4 wells) For info/reservations: (646) 746-1357 Via subway: L train to 1st ave.; or F train to 2nd ave. This week's guests (Tuesday Oct. 4th, 2011 lineup): Madison Malloy! Alan Schwartz! Joel Rodriguez! Don Zollo! Mark Stetson! Diana de Luna! Et al.! Hosted by Justin Murray! Featuring Todd Montesi!! UG IT!

Zarkana from Cirque du Soleil - Radio City Music Hall
Through October 08, 2011 -

In the latest from Cirque du Soleil, dive into a fantastically bizarre world and follow the adventures of Zark, a magician who has lost his love and, with her, his powers. As he cries and begs for her return he is plunged into a world inhabited by surreal creatures. The diverse cast of 71 international artists transports you into a fantastical and suspenseful world, blurring the boundaries between the real and imaginary. Call or visit website for tickets and show times. $52-$300.

Tim Okamura 'Bronx Brooklyn Queens' - Lyons Wier Gallery
Through October 08, 2011 - New York

Artist's Reception: Thursday, Sept 8th, 2011 6-8pm. Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat 11am-6pm. Nearest Subway: C, E @ 23rd & 8th Ave. Tim Okamura will exhibit a collection of his most recent work in “Bronx • Brooklyn • Queens”, his first solo exhibition in New York in more than five years. The show, which runs September 8 - October 8, 2011 at Lyons Wier Gallery, will feature the signature realism of Okamura’s portraits painted in conjunction with graffiti-infused urban motifs. “Bronx • Brooklyn • Queens” is a collection of primarily life-sized works that take the viewer through an exploration of the beauty and complexity of the soulful New York City woman while envisioning her transcendence to “royal” status. Each subject is captured in reverential detail, and juxtaposed against the raw, coarse reality of New York City facades. The title of each piece in the exhibition is a nod to royal culture and the “queens” of the boroughs present in each painting. Titles include "The Ascension”, "The Coronation”, “The Scepter”, "Three Queens (from King’s County)”, “Diadems”, and "The Royal Guard (Bronx)” - the only piece in the collection that includes male subjects in the background. Okamura draws inspiration from the emotionally expressive power of the human face, the rich cultural identity of New York, and the evocative urban landscapes found outside his studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn. As in “Bronx • Brooklyn • Queens”, most of his work is large in scale with oil manipulated into highly textured layers so that curly afros and shirt cuffs jump from the canvas. Okamura’s paintings live in two artistic worlds; one that includes a nine time selection for the prestigious BP Portrait Awards Exhibition at London´s National Portrait Gallery, and one that he shares with hip-hop artist and Okamura enthusiast Swizz Beatz. Celebrity collectors include musician John Mellencamp, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of hip-hop group The Roots, actress Uma Thurman and actors Bryan Greenberg and Ethan Hawke. His paintings (and hands in some scenes) were featured in the Hollywood film "Prime" starring Meryl Streep and Uma Thurman. Other film features include "Pieces of April" (InDiGent), "School of Rock" (Paramount), "Jersey Girl" (Miramax) and Ethan Hawke's "The Hottest State." Though he can still be considered an artist on the rise, Okamura has been recognized by institutions such as the New York Foundation for the Arts, which awarded him a Fellowship in Painting, and British royalty; Okamura was short-listed as a candidate to paint Queen Elizabeth by the Royal Surveyor of the Queen’s Picture Collection. His paintings have been chosen for inclusion in several prominent group exhibitions including “After Matisse/Picasso” at the Museum of Modern Art-affiliated P.S.1 in Queens, New York and “The Gentrification of Brooklyn: The Pink Elephant Speaks” at The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts in Brooklyn. His work is also on display in the permanent collections of The Davis Museum at Wellesley College, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Toronto Congress Center, the Hotel Arts in Calgary, Canada and Standard Chartered Bank in London, England.

Dally with the Devil @ Theater Row's Beckett Thtr - Theater Row
Through October 08, 2011 - new york

VICTOR L. CAHN's DALLY WITH THE DEVIL TO GET WORLD PREMIERE THIS SEPTEMBER. Directed by ERIC PARNESS. Beginning performances September 10. Opening September 14, 2011 At Theatre Row’s Beckett Theatre 3 women, 2 campaigns, 1 election New York: Rachel Reiner Productions is proud to present the World Premiere of Victor L. Cahn’s Dally With The Devil, directed by Eric Parness. Dally With The Devil will begin performances on Saturday, September 10 and will open on September 14 running thru October 8, 2011 at Theatre Row’s Beckett Theatre (410 West 42nd Street). Tickets are $55 and can be purchased at or by calling (212) 239-6200. Just in time for election season, Victor L. Cahn’s Dally With The Devil focuses on three women immersed in political intrigue: two officials from opposing campaigns compete to use a powerful blogger to influence the outcome of a Senatorial election. As charges escalate, tactics shift, and the battle swerves in unexpected directions. Dally With The Devil is filled with power plays, blackmail, and plenty of media spin…it’s politics as usual. Dally With The Devil stars Elizabeth A. Davis (The 39 Steps, The Misanthrope), Elizabeth Norment (Broadway: High, Blithe Spirit, Plenty) and Erika Rolfsrud (Exit the King, The Coast of Utopia, Rabbit Hole). The design team includes Jisun Kim (Set Designer), Michelle Eden Humphrey (Costume Designer), Pamela Kupper (Lighting Designer), and Nick Moore (Sound Designer). Dally With The Devil Written by Victor L. Cahn and directed by Eric Parness Begins Saturday, September 10 and will open on September 14 running thru October 8, 2011 Performance Schedule: Tuesday at 7PM; Wednesday – Friday at 8PM; Saturday at 2PM & 8PM; Sunday at 3PM (Added performance on Monday, September 12; No show on Tuesday September 13) Tickets are $55 and can be purchased at or by calling (212) 239-6200. For more information please visit 90 minutes no intermission Press performances: Saturday, September 10 at 8PM; Sunday, September 11 at 3PM; Monday, September 12 at 7PM; Wednesday, September 14 at 8PM (opening night). VICTOR L. CAHN (Playwright) has written several plays that have been presented Off-Broadway/Regional: Embraceable Me, Fit To Kill, Roses In December (all published by Samuel French), and Sherlock Solo a one-man show performed by Mr. Cahn. His other produced scripts include Getting The Business, Of My Father’s House, Fits Like A Glove, By Any Other Name, and Romantic Trapezoid. He has acted with theater companies throughout the Capital Region of New York, playing such roles as Wendice in Dial M For Murder, Elyot in Private Lives, Garry in Present Laughter and Felix in The Odd Couple. Victor received his AB from Columbia College, where he was Concertmaster of the University Orchestra, and his MA and PhD from New York University. He has taught at Mercersburg Academy, Pomfret School, Phillips Exeter Academy, Bowdoin College, and, for the past thirty years, at Skidmore College, where he is Professor of English. He has written five books on Shakespeare, as well as volumes on Tom Stoppard and Harold Pinter; Conquering College: A Guide for Undergraduates; the memoir Classroom Virtuoso, and Romantic Trapezoid, a novel. His articles and reviews have appeared in such varied publications as The Literary Review, Modern Drama, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The New York Times, and Variety. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Inc. ERIC PARNESS (Director) is the Artistic Director of Resonance Ensemble where he has most recently directed the production of Shakespeare’s Slave by Steven Fechter. Other productions include Ibsen’s The Master Builder, Reflections: An Evening of Short Plays, Sophocles' Antigone, Gorky's The Lower Depths, Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard and world premiere productions of Christopher Boal’s 23 Knives, Strange Bedfellows by Bruce Cohen, La Tempestad by Larry Loebell, The Mail Order Bride by Charles L. Mee, and Sherlock Solo by Victor L. Cahn. Other directing credits include world premieres of Embraceable Me (Theatre Row and Blumenthal Performing Arts in Charlotte, NC), Fit to Kill (Theatre Row), Kryptonite City (Hypothetical Theatre Company), and Finding Louise (Oberon Theatre Ensemble), as well as revivals of Measure for Measure, Blood Wedding, Of Mice and Men and Michael Weller’s Ghosts on Fire, and other new work with adobe theatre company, Ensemble Studio Theatre and Vital Theater Company. He has also directed educational theatre for Marist College, Stern College and Brandeis University. Eric served as Assistant to Artistic Director Curt Dempster of Ensemble Studio Theatre and four seasons as Associate to Artistic Director Jeff Horowitz of Theatre for a New Audience. Eric is an alumnus of Brandeis University and the Lincoln Center Theater's Directors Lab, and is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.

'Night Sky Tonight' Series - The Discovery Museum & Planetarium
Through October 08, 2011 - Bridgeport

Series of evening planetarium presentations of the night sky followed by actual viewing of the night sky through large aperture telescopes

Garth Fagan Dance performs at The Joyce Theater - The Joyce Theater
Through October 09, 2011 - New York

Internationally acclaimed Garth Fagan Dance continues its 40th anniversary celebration with two world premieres from Garth Fagan and Norwood Pennewell. Garth Fagan will bring his "...astonishing..." company of dancers to the Joyce theater for eight performances of premieres and revivals. Discover why "Fagan's dances are perhaps the most profound and original in contemporary dance today." The Star-Ledger Performance Dates & Times: October 4 at 7:30 pm; October 5 at 7:30 pm; October 6 at 8:00 pm; October 7 at 8:00 pm; October 8 at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm; October 9 at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm. October 4th and 7th will include receptions after the performance, at no extra cost.

John Ritter 'Worked Up' - Lyons Wier Gallery Project Space
Through October 09, 2011 - New York

Artist's Reception: Friday, Sept 9th, 2011 6-8pm. Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat 11-7pm / Sun 12- 6pm. Nearest Subway: C, E @ 23rd & 8th Ave / 1 @ 23rd St. Lyons Wier Project Space is proud to present a series of new original artwork and limited edition prints by award-winning illustrator John Ritter. Ritter's politically and emotionally charged works utilize the vernacular of the information age to create vibrant images of politics, celebrity, crime, and catastrophe. By exposing the inherent anxiety of today's world, these subversive works fashion unseen relationships and contexts through humor and clever juxtaposition. Ritter's works are simultaneously complex and accessible, offering new political as well as artistic possibilities. Ritter studies and sources potential subjects from found photographs then manufactures compositional elements by layering and combining his own original photography to make a fabricated context in which the subject matter exists. His work exists in its purest form, as a digital configuration, that has been appropriated, reconfigured and recycled into a form that is humanly expressive, provocative and consumable. Ritter’s animated and concise illustrations of celebrities and popular culture have consistently graced the pages and covers of mainstream publications such as The New Yorker, Time, GQ, The New York Times and Harpers, to name a few. John Ritter received his BFA in Fine Arts from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the San Francisco Art Institute. He founded John Ritter Illustration, a full-service illustration studio specializing in electronic and traditional media, producing original artwork for editorial publication, advertising and software interface design. Clients include Adobe Systems in Silicon Valley, where he was part of the design team that created and marketed Adobe Photoshop in the early 1990's. Ritter has exhibited at the Ansel Adams Center for Photography in San Francisco, the California College of Art and has participated in shows in Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Los Angeles. His work will be featured in a group show of international artists in 2012 at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. Ritter is the recipient of several awards from prominent entities such as American Illustration, Communication Arts, The New York Society of Illustrators and Gawker. The artist lives and works in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Kayaking On the Hudson - Riverside Park South
Through October 10, 2011 - Manhattan

Join the Downtown Boathouse for 20 minutes of instruction, then explore the Hudson River first-hand. Participants must wear proper attire and know how to swim.

Frans Hals in the Metropolitan Museum - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through October 10, 2011 -

The Metropolitan Museum of Art holds the most important collection of paintings in America by the celebrated Dutch artist Frans Hals (1582/83–1666), whose portraits and genre scenes were famous in his lifetime for their immediacy and dazzling brushwork. This exhibition will present thirteen paintings by Hals, including two lent from private collections, and several works by other Netherlandish masters. Several of the Museum's paintings by Hals are famous, especially the early Merrymakers at Shrovetide (ca. 1616) and the so-called Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart (1623), both bequeathed to the Museum by Benjamin Altman in 1913. Also included in the exhibition will be two loans from private collections in New York—the small, exquisite Portrait of Samuel Ampzing (1630), on copper, and the well-known Fisher Girl (1630–32). A selection of other Dutch paintings from the Museum's collection and a few engravings will set Hals's work in the context of his native Haarlem and will help clarify how exceptional his animated poses and virtuoso brushwork were at the time. A portrait by Manet, inspired by Hals, will also demonstrate how strongly Hals anticipated Impressionist effects. Accompanied by a Bulletin. The exhibition is generously made possible by Bernard and Louise Palitz.

'Reflections' Exhibition - fordPROJECT
Through October 14, 2011 - Manhattan

A group exhibition showcasing three young Japanese artists: Hideaki Kawashima, Makiko Kudo, and Toru Kuwakubo. The exhibition inaugurates a collaboration with the Tomio Koyama Gallery in Tokyo, widely recognized as a leading gallery in the representation of contemporary Japanese artists.

Farmer's Market - John Jay Homestead
Through October 15, 2011 - Katonah

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Picasso’s Vollard Suite-The Sculptor’s Studio - Bruce Museum
Through October 16, 2011 - Greenwich

This exhibition features key images of The Sculptor’s Studio etchings from the group of 100 prints he made for the legendary art dealer and publisher Ambroise Vollard.

'Newsies The Musical' - Paper Mill Playhouse
Through October 16, 2011 - Millburn

Adapted for the stage from the popular Disney film, this new musical is based on the 1899 true story of a courageous group of scrappy newsboys who become unlikely heroes when they rally forces to fight an unscrupulous newspaper tycoon.

New York, New York Exhibition - The Heckscher Museum of Art
Through October 16, 2011 - Huntington

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the city is celebrated in a selection of prints and photographs that record the transformation of New York over the decades and capture the common experiences of the city’s inhabitants.

'Angelina Ballerina The Musical' - The Theatre at St. Peter's
Through October 16, 2011 - Manhattan

Angelina Mouseling and her friends perform all types of dance - including hip-hop, modern dance, the Irish jig, and ballet - to impress a famous visitor.

The Love Letter You’ve Been Meaning to Write New York - 3LD Art & Technology Center
Through October 16, 2011 - New York

With a 51-member ensemble performing in the street while the audience looks on from inside a theatre, Jonathan Solari’s “The Love Letter You’ve Been Meaning to Write New York,” is far from an open book. The elaborate multi-media street spectacle’s world premiere plays a 4-week engagement from Wednesday September 21 through Sunday October 16, at 3LD Art & Technology Center, 80 Greenwich Street. The opening is set for Saturday September 24 at 9pm. Combining video, movement, puppetry, live music and scripted performance, “Love Letter” uses 3LD’s floor-to-ceiling windows to frame the proceedings and to invert the play-going perspective. Thanks to sensitive audio and video equipment, audience members experience the interior world of the play as it unfolds outside in the real world. Conceived and directed by Jonathan Solari (“Green Sneakers”), “Love Letter” introduces us to a disillusioned young man, played by Arnaud Spanos, on the day he has decided to leave New York for good. He’s hit rock bottom and is ready to go, but as he tries to leave, an eclectic array of colorful and wonderful New Yorkers show him he has much, much further to go. "The Love Letter You’ve Been Meaning to Write New York" performs 28 times in a limited four-week run from Wednesday September 21 to Sunday October 16, at 3LD Art & Technology Center, 80 Greenwich Street. The performance schedule is as follows: Wednesday & Thursday at 8pm, Friday & Saturday at 7pm & 9pm, and Sunday at 5pm. For tickets, which are $15, call OvationTix at 212/352-3101, or online at

The BMW Guggenheim Lab - First Park
Through October 16, 2011 -

The BMW Guggenheim Lab is a mobile laboratory traveling to nine major cities worldwide over six years. Led by international, interdisciplinary teams of emerging talents in the areas of urbanism, architecture, art, design, science, technology, education, and sustainability, the Lab addresses issues of contemporary urban life through programs and public discourse. Its goal is the exploration of new ideas, experimentation, and ultimately the creation of forward-thinking solutions for city life. Over the Lab's six-year migration, there will be three distinct mobile structures and thematic cycles. Each structure will be designed by a different architect, and each will travel to three cities around the globe. The theme of the Lab's first two-year cycle is Confronting Comfort—exploring notions of individual and collective comfort and the urgent need for environmental and social responsibility. The BMW Guggenheim Lab launches in New York from August 3 to October 16, 2011, before traveling to Berlin and then Mumbai. Cycle 1 concludes with an exhibition presented at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in 2013. Two additional two-year cycles will follow, each with a new mobile structure and theme, concluding in the fall of 2016. Part urban think tank, part community center and public gathering space, the Lab is conceived to inspire public discourse in cities around the world and through the BMW Guggenheim Lab website and online social communities. The public is invited to attend and to participate in free programs and experiments at the Lab. In addition, the BMW Guggenheim Lab website and social communities provide opportunities for participants around the world to engage with and to contribute to the ideas and experiments generated by the Lab.

Kelley Suttenfield: Mondays With the Masters - The Metropolitan Room
Through October 19, 2011 - New York

The Metropolitan Room welcomes jazz singer Kelley Suttenfield this fall on four consecutive Mondays at 7pm: 9/19, 9/26/ 10/3 and 10/10, in a series called “Mondays with the Masters.” Each Monday, Suttenfield will pair her offbeat, jazz-storytelling style with a different guitar master, including Howard Alden on 10/10. The complete lineup is below. Suttenfield released her debut CD, "Where is Love?" in 2009. "Here’s a singer with a lot of great ideas, and the ability to deliver them. It’s her debut disc, and the closest thing I can compare it to is Madeleine Peyroux’s debut Dreamland, way back when. It’s got the same feel...Give me more!" George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly. Suttenfield, New York based with Southern roots, is known internationally for her unusual spin on American music, the Beatles, Brazilian and beyond. She expanded her fan base recently to London, where she debuted at Ronnie Scott's in January 2011. The guitarist lineup is strong and eclectic: Joe Carbone (9/19): Carbone is known as a singers' accompanist, he counts Sammy Davis Jr., Frankie Laine and 60's idol Bobby Rydell among his favorite gigs; Tony Romano (9/26): prolific NYC player who has toured worldwide and played with many Latin, Jazz and Pop artists including Stanley Jordan and Randy Brecker: Vic Juris (10/3): Vic has traveled far and wide with the likes of Jimmy Smith, Sarah Vaughan, Chico Hamilton, Dave Liebman, Richie Cole and Mel Torme, to name only a few greats; and Howard Alden (10/10): Alden needs little intro, but has been described as "may be the best of his generation" by JazzTimes. Bassist Matt Aronoff, whose credits include gigs with Luciana Souza at the Kennedy Center and Birdland with Peter Eldridge, joins every Monday every Monday.

Fall Starlight Music Series at Top of the Rock - Top of the Rock Observation Deck
Through October 19, 2011 - Manhattan

Visitors will listen to live music, sip wine and champagne provided by Rock Center Cafe, and enjoy the 360-degree panorama of New York City at sunset. The series will feature a variety of performances, including, keyboardist and pianist Lincoln Cleary, guitarist Billy White, blues band Universal Funk Order, and local New York funk-rock band Tactylics.

Earth Matters - The Heckscher Museum
Through October 23, 2011 - Huntington

On Long Island, as elsewhere, the preservation of the environment is a significant community, political and ideological issue as human intervention continues to damage Long Island’s fragile ecology. Artists have responded in a variety of ways that focus attention on the processes, rhythms and beauty of the natural world and our relationship to it. This exhibition features the work of Long Island artists who explore our experience of the environment in installations created from natural and recycled man-made materials.

Young Sprouts Gardening - Children's Garden, Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
Through October 25, 2011 - Manhattan

Tots will plant seeds, water the garden, and pick (and eat!) fresh greens and vegetables that are all organically grown without pesticides or harmful chemicals. Picture books and simple crafts help celebrate the marvelous sensory experience of being in a garden.

Stories with Kelsey - The Dolphin Bookshop
Through October 25, 2011 - Port Washington

Inner Art Creations founder, Kelsey Fox Bennett, will be sharing the delight of stories with infants, toddlers, and caregivers each week. Kids will be invited to engage in the process of story telling through rhythm, movement, and words.

Preschool Play - Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park
Through October 26, 2011 - Manhattan

Sing, listen to stories, and play with other toddlers, parents, and caregivers on the grassy lawn.

Preschool Art - Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
Through October 27, 2011 - Manhattan

Very young artists are introduced to paper, clay, and paint, as well as art supplies from nature and everyday recyclable materials, transforming materials into masterpieces of creativity and delight. Preschool children create different projects every week, planned by an art educator/artist. Materials provided. Dress for a mess.

Art + Games - Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
Through October 27, 2011 - Manhattan

Spend an afternoon in the park playing unique lawn games, using everything from parachutes to hundreds of asteroid-balls, and making creative art and craft projects under the sun.

Teacher in the Library - The Field Library
Through October 27, 2011 - Peekskill

Puzzled by a homework assignment? Only understand a fraction of your math? Drop in for homework help from a certified teacher. Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays, October 3-27.

Children's Basketball - Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
Through October 28, 2011 - Manhattan

Basketball with adjustable height hoops for kids of all sizes, plus fun drills to improve your skills. 3:30pm for ages 5-6; 4:30pm for ages 7 and older.

The Ocean Reglitterized - Pelham Art Center
Through October 29, 2011 - Pelham

Curated by Pelham Art Center Gallery Board Chair Titia Hulst, the exhibit gives a rare and in-depth look at underwater sea life through photography, by Edward Dorson, sculpture by Jae Hi Ahn, and a sound installation by Liz Phillips. Through October 29.

The Ocean Reglitterized - Pelham Art Center
Through October 29, 2011 - Pelham

An in-depth look at underwater sea life through photography and sculpture! Free opening reception and all-age art workshop: Friday, September 16, 6:30-8:00pm. The life in our oceans provides a visual spectacle that is inaccessible for most of us. The Ocean Reglitterized, an exhibition of photographs and sculpture, gives the viewer the opportunity to experience deep sea life up close and personal.

Nicole Awai: Almost Undone - Vilcek Foundation
Through October 29, 2011 - New York

The Vilcek Foundation will unveil a premiere installation by Trinidadian-born mixed-media artist Nicole Awai entitled, Almost Undone, opening to the public on September 17th, 2011. Featuring drawings from an earlier series entitled Specimens from Local Ephemera, the drawings in this new exhibition will serve as visual anchors for emergent pieces that seem to suspend, exude—even escape—their wall-bound origins, symbolizing the transition of Ms. Awai's work from one dimension into the next. Utilizing materials as varied as cast and sprayed paper, resin, plastic, nail polish, clay—even a telephone pole—the results are bold, complex three-dimensional structures, which seem to pull, stretch, and tear from the wall, and the memory of their two-dimensional predecessors. Opening Reception: September 16th, 6pm – 9pm RSVP is required, due to limited space. RSVP at For more info, visit

SeaStreak Cruise to Oktoberfest at Bear Mountain - SeaStreak
Through October 29, 2011 - Manhattan

Sail aboard the SeaStreak from NYC to Oktoberfest at Bear Mountain in Rockland County. Once you arrive at Bear Mountain, there is about a 10-minute nature walk along a paved trail with beautiful views of Bear Mountain and the Hudson River. You can also stop along the way at the Trailside Museum & Zoo or take a ride on the Merry Go Round. The festival will feature authentic German food, beer, live entertainment, and craft vendors. Reservations required; call 1-800-BOATRIDE (800-262-8743) or visit for more information.

Bruce Davidson: Subway Exhibition - Aperture Gallery
Through October 29, 2011 - New York

In 1986, Aperture first published Bruce Davidson's Subway—a ground-breaking series that has garnered critical acclaim both as a document of a unique moment in the cultural fabric of New York City as well as for its phenomenal use of extremes of color and shadow set against flash-lit skin. In Davidson's own words, "the people in the subway, their flesh juxtaposed against the graffiti, the penetrating effect of the strobe light itself, and even the hollow darkness of the tunnels, inspired an aesthetic that goes unnoticed by passengers who are trapped underground, hiding behind masks, and closed off from each other." Accompanying the third edition of this classic of photographic literature, Aperture Gallery presents the iconic color images that move the viewer through a landscape at times menacing, at other times lyrical, soulful, and satiric. The images include the full panoply of New Yorkers—from weary straphangers and languorous ladies in summer dresses to stalking predators and the homeless. Bruce Davidson (born in Oak Park, Illinois, 1933) is considered one of America's most influential documentary photographers. He began taking photographs when he was ten, and studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Yale University School of Design. In 1958 he became a member of Magnum Photos, and in 1962, he received a Guggenheim Fellowship to document the civil rights movement. After a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1963, followed by a National Endowment for the Arts grant in 1967, Davidson spent two years photographing in East Harlem, resulting in East 100th Street. In 1980, after living in New York City for twenty-three years, Davidson began his startling color essay of urban life in Subway. Davidson received a second National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1980, and an Open Society Institute Individual Fellowship in 1998. His work has been shown at the International Center of Photography, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Museum de Tokyo, Paris; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Museum Rattu, Arles, France; Burden Gallery (Aperture), New York; Parco Gallery, Tokyo; and New-York Historical Society.

Cristina Biaggi: Portraits in Bronze - Ceres Gallery
Through October 29, 2011 - New York

People and their pets are captured in bronze by Cristina Biaggi, who also shows her recent abstract collages.

'Pinkalicious, The Musical' - Manhattan Movement & Arts Center
Through October 30, 2011 - Manhattan

In this one-hour musical, Pinkalicious can't stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor's office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe - a dream come true for this pink-loving enthusiast. But when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious can figure out a way to get out of this predicament.

Anthony Caro on the Roof - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through October 30, 2011 -

Sculptures by Anthony Caro (b. 1924) -- who is considered the most influential and prolific British sculptor of his generation and a key figure in the development of modernist sculpture over the last sixty years -- is featured in the 2011 installation on The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden. The installation features a selection of sculpture in steel, painted and unpainted, spanning the artist's career to date and highlighting principal aspects of his long career: engagement with form in space, dialogue between sculpture and architecture, and creation of new, abstract analogies for the human figure and landscape.

The Berenstain Bears Live! in 'Family Matters: The Musical' - Manhattan Movement & Arts Center
Through October 30, 2011 - Manhattan

Watch Mama Bear, Papa Bear, Sister Bear, and Brother Bear as they sing and dance their way through a few life lessons. Face painting and photo opportunities with the Bears follow each performance.

Haverstraw's Harvest Farmer's Market - Haverstraw's Harvest Farmer's Market
Through October 30, 2011 - Haverstraw

New vendors will be at this year's market selling Ffesh fruits and vegetables, organic fair trade coffee, herbs, plants, handmade soaps, pastries, jams, pies, quiches, chutneys, wines, prepared foods, artisanal bread, and more.

Haverstraw Farmers Market - Haverstraw Farmers Market
Through October 30, 2011 - Haverstraw

Haverstraw's weekly Farmer's Market returns this year, bigger and better according to organizers. In addition to attracting new vendors this year, the market will feature special children's activities, demonstrations, and live music each week. The first Sunday of each month will also include a flea market. Rain or shine.

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