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17Mar

Editor's Picks: What's Opening in NYC March 17 - 24

Craving culture? We picked our favorite upcoming art, theater, and dance openings in NYC to help you plan your culture calendar. Enjoy!

The Whitney Biennial — the first in the gorgeous new Meatpacking space — opens Friday, March 17. See cutting-edge sculpture, painting, installations, photography, dance, theater, music, and film well as dance, theater, music, and film through June 11.

That sounds familiar! See Groundhog Day on Broadway starting this weekend.

13Mar

Editor's Picks: What's Opening in NYC March 10-17

Get ready for a fun week of culture in NYC! To help you plan your culture calendar, here are our favorite openings of this coming week.

 

Gauthier Dance // Dance Company Theaterhaus Stuttgart is making its Joyce debut on Tuesday, March 14 with the New York premiere of NIJINSKI.

Starting Wednesday, see a career-spanning double bill of Mark Morris at BAM.

03Mar

Editor's Picks: What's Opening in NYC March 3 - March 10

It’s a big week of art and theater in NYC. Crave what excites you — and then get out and experience something amazing.

This weekend is the Armory Show and the other big art fairs around NYC, including Volta, Scope, and more. See the full list and get out and experience a global art fair right here in NYC.

25Feb

Editor's Picks: What's Opening from Feb 24 - March 3

It’s an exciting week of culture in New York City, starting with the final tour of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and wrapping up with the Armory Show and the other art fairs. We’ve picked our favorite openings of the weekend and the week ahead. What are you craving?

Say goodbye to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey at the Barclays Center. Performances run through March 3 for the circus’s final tour.

17Feb

Editors Picks: Great Culture Opening Between Feb 17 - 24

Here are our favorite NYC cultural openings this weekend and in the week ahead. Crave what excites you!

Starting this weekend, see Alexei Jawlensky at the Neue Galerie. It’s a retrospective dedicated to the work of the Russian-born Expressionist.

Also starting this weekend is Seurat’s Circus Sideshow at the Met. It is an in depth look a Seurat’s Parade de cirque.

10Feb

Editor’s Picks: What To See Feb. 10 - 17

Craving culture? Here are our favorite openings this weekend and in the week ahead. Enjoy!

Examine the literary, artistic, musical and cultural aspects of Venice’s seductiveness, including its beautiful courtesans, lavish festivals, lively carnivals and libertine counter-culture at Love in Venice at the New York Public Library.

Do you wish everything could be juggled? Water on Mars brings together award-winning jugglers at the New Victory Theater starting on Friday, Feb. 10.