It’s a big week of art and theater in NYC. Crave what excites you — and then get out and experience something amazing.
The Bookbinder is a one-man show for kids aged 7+ that weaves shadows, paper art, puppets, and music into a spooky fairy tale. It’s at Lincoln Center on Saturday.
Beginning previews on March 7 is War Paint, starring Patti LuPone, Christine Ebersole, and Douglas Sills. It’s a musical about a business rivalry.
Starting Tuesday, see the Sydney Dance Company at the Joyce.
The charming 2001 French film Amelie is now a musical. It starts previews on Broadway on Thursday, March 9.
Celebrate the best and worst of live theater at The Play that Goes Wrong, a 1920s whodunit. Performances begin on March 9.
On March 9 through 12, appreciate flamenco at one of the city’s biggest dance events of the year, the Flamenco Festival at City Center.
Starting Friday, March 10, see a starry production of Present Laughter, starring Kevin Kline.