thru 1/14/2024: death is not the end at the rubin: explores notions of death and afterlife through the art of tibetan buddhism and christianity at the rubin museum of art (chelsea). the exhibition brings together 58 prints, oil paintings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, and ritual items spanning 12 centuries. free admission opening weekend (reg. $19 general, $14 seniors/students, free fridays 6-9pm). >>

thru 6/24: (thursdays thru saturdays): rhythm, bass and place: through the lens: marking the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, the caribbean cultural center african diaspora institute in east harlem hosts a photo exhibition highlighting the evolution of black music in nyc from the 1970s-2000s, featuring the works of photographers joe conzo, jr. and malik yusef cumbo. opening reception friday, 3/17 6-7:30pm. free admission. >>

thru 4/16: phoebenewyork solo show: west chelsea contemporary presents the opening of phoebenewyork, a solo exhibition featuring over 30 new mixed-media collage works by artist libby schoettle. opening reception saturday, 3/18 2-4pm. >>

thru 4/16: tin drum: medusa and aura rosenberg: what is psychedelic at pioneer works: red hook’s pioneer works presents a mixed reality experience by collective tin drum and a survey of paintings, photography, film, and sculpture by aura rosenberg. opening reception friday, 3/17 7-9pm. free admission ($10 suggested donation). >>

thru 3/26 (11am-7pm, fri thru sun): the women’s makers show: shop for accessories, apparel, art, gifts, and more from local, women-owned businesses at the seasonal women’s makers show at city point, brooklyn. free admission. >>

thru tues: mcnally jackson’s nolita store relocating: mcnally jackson’ closes the book on its 19-year home at 52 prince street, but not to worry- they’re starting a new chapter at a larger space just a few blocks west at 134 prince street. visit 52 prince one more time before its last day on tuesday. >>

thru sun (fri 7pm, sat 8pm, sun 3pm): ukrainian contemporary music festival: kaufman music center’s annual celebration of ukrainian music highlights the legacy of ‘the father of ukrainian contemporary music,’ borys lyatoshynsky (1895-1968), with three programs of his works performed alongside those by bartók, copland, contemporary composers, and others. $15+. >>

ends today: free krispy kreme: in honor of st. patrick’s day, you can get a free green o’riginal doughnut when you wear green to participating krispy kreme locations. (scroll to the bottom of the linked page for details) >>

fri: irish pubs to celebrate st. patricks day (or any day): thrillist and eater round up their picks for the best places to enjoy a pint and some grub today.

fri 8am: 11th annual irish arts center book day: free books! irish arts center celebrates st. patrick’s day with its annual distribution of thousands of free books written by irish and irish-american authors at pop-up sites throughout the five boroughs. >>

fri 11am-4:30pm: st. patrick’s day parade: nyc’s 261st annual st. patrick’s day parade returns to fifth avenue with 150,000 marchers, dancers, and musicians making their way uptown from east 44th to east 79th streets. can’t make it? the parade will also be streamed online and broadcast live on nbc. (be aware of street closures if you’re planning on making your way through the padade’s route.) >>

fri 7pm: the patriarchs: the origins of inequality: in a discussion about her new book, the patriarchs, science journalist and author angela saini explores the roots of patriarchy and how it spread across the globe from prehistory into the present. in conversation with author and founder and editor-in-chief of feminist giant, mona eltahawy. the rare book room at strand bookstore (union square), free admission, $33.55 ticket includes a signed copy of the book. >>

fri 7pm (monthly): kweendom: come out for the kweendom lgbtq+ comedy and storytelling show, featuring performances by gabe gonzález, carolyn bergier, calvin cato, wanjiko eke, and hershel blatt. pete’s candy store (williamsburg), free (donations are welcome and will benefit immigration equality). >>

fri 7:30pm: unicorn tears: a sad queer + female-identifying comedy show: ‘laugh, cry, and unpack suppressed childhood trauma’ at lindsay thiesen and marisa riley’s comedy show. featuring v lince (comedy central), marisa riley (comedy central), ely kreimendahl (vice), gus constantellis (netflix), and melody kamali (showtime). qed (astoria), $10 with promo code ‘skint’ (reg. $15). >>

fri 7:30pm: green blood: st. patrick’s day comedy show: irish and non-irish alike are welcome to have a laugh at meave higgins’s comedy show. featuring dave hill, katie boyle, jay jurden, jess tom, jo firestone, and more. littlefield (gowanus), $12 adv, $15 door. >>

fri 8:30pm (weekly): bitches brew comedy show: see what all the brew-ha-ha is about at this women-produced and hosted comedy show, returning to the back room at halyards (gowanus) with stand-up by jared goldstein (comedy central), chloe radcliffe (comedy central), amber singletary (hbo), dan wilbur (sirius xm), ismael loutfi (kimmel), and catherine zini (roast battle). free admission (a tip jar will be passed around at the end of the show). >>

fri 8:30pm (weekly): live from outer space comedy show: john f. o’donnell, myka fox, and max bruno host an evening of out-of-this-world stand-up at the cobra club. tonight: dan st. germain (fallon), kath barbadoro (roast battle), sam evans (sirius xm), henry sir, and stephanie o. the cobra club (bushwick), donation-based. >>


sat thru 8/27: generation paper and funk you too! at mad: two new exhibitions open at the museum of arts and design (midtown west): generation paper: a fashion phenom of the 1960s and funk you too!: humor and irreverence in ceramic sculpture. $18 general, $14 seniors, $12 students, half-price on thursdays. >>

sat 12-5pm: plg arts spring arts fair: plg arts’s first indoor arts fair heads to bklyn commons with works by more than 25 local artists, live music, refreshments, and art making stations for all ages. free admission. >>

sat 12-8pm: moma ps1’s annual spring open house: moma ps1 (lic) offers a day of free programming marking the opening of onyeka igwe’s a repertoire of protest (no dance, no palaver), a cinematic installation exploring the legacy of dance as protest, along with a new commission by chuquimamani-condori and joshua chuquimia crampton interlacing sound, music, collage, and family histories. the day includes talks from artists, activists, and educators, as well as music on the terrace. free admission for new york residents ($5-10 otherwise). >>

sat 3pm: touch of evil with frank oz: filmmaker (the dark crystal) and puppeteer (miss piggie, grover, yoda) frank oz will introduce an afternoon screening of orson welles’ influential 1958 film noir classic, touch of evil, and time piece, a 1964 short he worked on with jim henson. the paris theater (midtown), $16 general, $14 seniors/students. >>

sponsored: sat 3pm, 8:30pm: great women live from the great hall: two must-see events at the cooper union: song, dance, and spoken word: great women live from the great hall with tiler peck, melissa manchester, melissa errico, lisa fischer, dormeshia sumbry-edwards, kara jackson, urban bush women, and alice wetterlund (8pm, $15); and earlier in the day, enjoy this free public program: gloria steinem and salamishah tillet in conversation reflecting on the state of women’s rights and empowerment in america today (3pm, free).

sat 7pm (monthly): shitzprobe: broadway stars improvise a musical for the first time with the help of a supporting cast and a live band at this broadway-meets-comedy show. tonight’s edition will feature jackie hoffman (charlie and the chocolate factory, only murders in the building). caveat (les), $15+. >>

sat 7:30pm: peoples’ symphony concerts classical music series: the 123rd season of peoples’ symphony concerts continues with calefax quintet performing a program of works by handel, schubert, barber, rameau, price, and gershwin at the historic washington irving high school auditorium (gramercy). $19-21 general, $10 students + essential workers. >>

sat 8pm (monthly): would you rather? comedy show: hosts maggie maxwell and andre medrano ask comedians to make tough choices at the would you rather show. friends and lovers (crown heights), $5. >>

sat 9:30pm (monthly): unpopular opinions: three performers share unpopular opinions with 60 seconds to make their case. the catch? they have no idea what the opinion is going to be ahead of time. tonight: sabrina brier (@sab.rina.brier), esther fallick (heart o’ the city comedy), and jilberto soto (mariposas comedy). hosted by peru. caveat (les), $15 adv, $20 door. >>

sat 10pm (monthly): sandwich comedy show: comedians serve up slices of new material at gastor almonte and jess salomon’s sandwich comedy show. featuring jared goldstein, david pryde, alex babbit, and kendall payne. union hall (park slope), $10 adv, $15 day-of. >>


sun (waves start at 7:20am, 7:50am, 8:20am, 8:50am, and 9:20am): united airlines nyc half marathon: cheer on thousands of runners as they make the 13.1-mile journey, starting from the brooklyn museum, heading over the manhattan bridge, proceeding north on the fdr drive, then through times square, and finally finishing in central park. >>

sun 10am-5pm: nyc artisanal food pop-up at grand bazaar nyc: today’s edition of grand bazaar nyc, nyc’s oldest and largest curated market, will include a pop-up with 40 independent local food entrepreneurs selling small-batched hot sauces, teas, spices, nut butters, ciders, donuts, pickled goods, jams, and more. 100 w 77th st at columbus ave ( indoors and outdoors), free admission. >>

sponsored: sun 1pm (ends today): maya lin at trinity talks: art as a medium for change: visual art is a doorway to new insights and revelations. it can challenge the expected narrative and transform our way of perceiving and understanding, if even for a moment. join trinity as we welcome artists who invite us to see our relationships, culture, and environment in a new way. today: vietnam veterans memorial designer maya lin. learn more and register for free. >>

sun 1pm: spring egg hunt: spotted lanternfly edition: green-wood cemetery puts a unique spin on the easter egg hunt: learn to identify, safely remove, and discard spotted lanternfly eggs from green-wood’s trees, while learning about the life cycles and documenting the egg-laying habits of the invasive species. free admission (rsvp required). >>

sun 2pm (monthly thru may): schneider concerts chamber music series at the new school: showcasing early-career musicians and ensembles, the new school’s schneider concert series continues the season with isdore string quartet, making its new york debut with a program of works by bach, shirazi, wijeratne, and britten. the auditorium at the new school (union square), $20 general, $17 seniors >>

sun 3pm: greenwich village orchestra: romanza: the 70-person community orchestra continues its 2022-23 season with a concert program featuring mozart’s piano concerto no. 20, enescu’s romanian rhapsody no. 1, and tchaikovsky’s romeo and juliet at all saints church (ues). suggested donation: $25 general, $15 students/seniors. >>

sun 8pm (monthly): beanie babe comedy: the standups and the stuffed animals are full of beans at rebecca kaplan’s comedy show, where a donation will get you a vintage beanie baby to take home. featuring katie boyle (sirius xm), ayanna dookie (standup nmbc), caroline hanes (reductress), adam muller (uncommontakes), and angela sharp. young ethel’s (park slope), free admission (donations optional). >>

sun 8pm: anthony devito: my dad isn’t danny devito: comedian anthony devito performs his solo show about finding out who his father was (spoiler alert: it wasn’t actor danny devito). with openers alison leiby (the marvelous mrs. maisel) and josh gondelman (desus + mero). littlefiled (gowanus), $10 adv, $12 door. >>

sun 8pm (monthly) disasterpiece movie night: from the wondrous to the weird, disasterpiece unearths forgotten gems of the vhs years for a watch party complete with drinking games, trivia, pizza, and more. tonight’s flick: 2002’s ben + arthur (1.8 / 10 imdb user rating). wonderville (bushwick), free admission. >>


mon thru 4/9: 20at20: snag a $20 walk-up ticket to 28 participating off-broadway shows—just mention the 20at20 promotion at the box office 20 minutes before curtain time to get the deal. cash only (a venue fee may also apply). >>

mon: free rita’s italian ice: who needs summer to enjoy an icy treat? rita’s continues their annual tradition of celebrating the first day of spring by serving up free italian ice all day at participating locations. >>

mon 7:30pm: (weekly): u host? lgbtq+ comedy: host griffin leeds presents a lineup of lgbtq+ comedians at the rosemont (williamsburg), including jared goldstein (comedy central), nico carney (netflix is a joke), sureni weerasekera (hbo), mila myles (vogue), and more. bonus: $5 happy hour. free admission (donations welcome). >>

mon 8pm (weekly): butterboy comedy: the comedy show helmed by jo firestone and maeve higgins with dj donwill returns with stand-up by devon walker (snl), marie faustin (comedy central), shane torres (comedy central), samantha ruddy (fallon), kendall farrell (just come! comedy), and nore jefferies. littlefield (gowanus), $10 adv, $12 day-of. >>


our roundup of 30+ ongoing events and attractions: art exhibitions, film fests, ticket deals, and more. >>

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photo: Synthia Steiman

Manhattan Concert Productions invites you to an evening of exuberant music-making on April 3, 8:00 PM!

Pearl Shangkuan will lead the Masterwork Festival Chorus and New York City Chamber Orchestra in an exciting performance of Dan Forrest’s Jubilate Deo. Premiered in 2016, Jubilate Deo explores the message behind the text of Psalm 100–“O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands.” Each movement utilizes different languages–from Arabic to Hebrew, Zulu to Mandarin–to embody overarching human expressions of joy. The movements build into a cascading, raucous finale, set with several of the languages intertwining alongside English text. It is a global celebration of joy you don’t want to miss.

Alongside Jubliate Deo, Clif Dodson will conduct the A.C. Reynolds Symphonic Band in a program of eclectic and masterful selections. Works will include Samuel Hazo’s Arabesque and John Mackey’s Frozen Cathedral, among others.

Get your tickets today for this exciting night of music-making. Use code TSK39816 to buy any seat in the house for just $9*. We look forward to seeing you there!

Manhattan Concert Productions presents:
Dan Forrest Jubilate Deo & A.C. Reynolds Symphonic Band
Monday, April 3 at 8:00 PM
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

Get tickets for any seat in the house for just $9 (up to a $110 value!)*
Use promo code TSK39816 when booking on, or mention it when calling CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800, or while visiting the Box Office at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue (M-Sat 11AM–6PM, S 12-6 PM)

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10 old-fashioned candy stores in nyc: get your sweet treats at these shoppes, rounded up by untapped new york. >>

where to find manhattan’s passageways named after theatre stars: find yourself walking on a street dedicated to leonard bernstein, humphrey bogart, katherine hepburn, jerry orbach, paul robeson, cecily tyson, and others whose work has graced the new york stage. >>


thru 3/25: puppetopia: here arts center’s dream music festival of new puppet theatre returns with new works by seven artists. here (south village), $25 (10 tickets for each performance will be made available for $10 each). >>

tues + weds (10am-6pm): kipling sample sale: save on backpacks, totes, handbags, luggage, wallets, and more. clothingline (garment district), free admission. >>

tues 6pm: your table is ready: tales of a new york city maître d’: get the inside scoop on the nyc restaurant industry as career maître d’ and author michael cecchi-azzolina discusses his new book, your table is ready, with author andrew friedman (chefs, drugs, and rock + roll). brooklyn heights library, free admission (rsvp required. signed books will be available for purcahse). >>

tues 7pm: the art of the straight line: my tai chi by lou reed: performance artist laurie anderson launches a new book about her famed late husband’s experience with the art of tai chi, in a conversation with the book’s editors: martial arts instructor, performer, and researcher stephan berwick; artist bob currie; and producer scott richman. the rare book room at strand bookstore (union square), $10 admission. >>

tues 7pm: hi, nice people!: hunter gardner hosts this feel-good variety show about adult problems (‘like a pg-13 version of mr. rogers’ neighborhood‘), with a different theme each month. tonight’s ‘get your sh*t together’ theme features guests andy junk (adult swim), courtney maginnis (comedy central), virginia dickens (reductress), katie hartman (netflix), and danny pearlstein (policy + communications director at the riders alliance). caveat (les), $10 with promo code ‘4nicetimes’ (reg. $15 adv, $20 door). >>

tues 8:30pm (weekly): i made you a playlist: stand-up meets after-party at this weekly comedy show and dance party, hosted by kelly bachman. tonight’s show features talib babb, diana hong, henry sir, sabeem sadiq, frank deruggiero, and paris campbell. the three diamond door (bushwick), free admission. >>

tues 8pm: and the oscar goes to…: 30 comedians put their own personal spin on acceptance speeches at nikki palumbo and ilana michelle rubin’s academy awards spoof. littlefield (gowanus), $12 adv, $15 day of. >>

tues 8:30pm (weekly): just come! comedy show: pamela ross, nolawee mengist, colleen genevieve, and kendall farrell bring the laughs back to east williamsburg with standup by rojo perez (hbo), brian park (feeling asian), talib babb (the new yorker), joey dardano (tiktok), and allison o’connor.. the graham (east williamsburg), free ($10 suggested donation). >>

tues 9pm (monthly): sweet comedy show: sweet everythin g: seth herzog’s long-running live comedy show returns with performances from guests roy wood, jr. (the daily show), heidi gardner (snl), rosebud baker (snl), joe pera (adult swim), and drew michael (hbo). chelsea music hall, $15 (save $5 with promo code ‘winner’). >>

tues 9:30pm: pencils down!: tv-show scribes break out of the writers’ room and test out their newest stand-up material onstage at the pencils down! show. hosted by matt goldich (seth meyers) and matt koff (the daily show), and featuring emmy blotnick (colbert), alison leiby (the marvelous mrs. maisel), jeff wright (seth meyers), and roy wood, jr. (the daily show). caveat (les), $15. >>


Symphony Space
Mar 16 7PM

For each No, YOU Tell It! show, four storytellers work together with the creative team to develop true tales on the page. Then they swap stories to embody their partner’s culture, identity, and life experience on stage. Audiences bear witness as story partners share in each other’s emotions directly instead of empathizing from a distance.

The night features entertainers and educators Kevin Allison (RISK!), Brett Felder (College Board), Dion Flynn (The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon), and Najah Imani Muhammad (Leaders by Choice), trading true tales inspired by the theme “College Try.”



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weds thru 3/31: four film fests/series:
► weds thru sun: first look at museum of the moving image (astoria). $15-20 general, $11-20 students/seniors. >>
► weds thru 3/23: viruses on film at bam (fort greene). $16. >>
► thurs thru 3/26: carte blanche: guillermo del toro at museum of modern art (midtown). $12 general, $10 seniors, $8 students. >>
► thurs thru 3/31: socially relevant film festival at cinema village (union square), walter reade theater (lincoln center), columbia maison française, jcc harlem, and online. $12+. >>

weds thru 4/2: estrogenius festival: the annual estrogenius festival celebrates femme, non-binary, non-conforming, and trans dance-makers, playwrights, experimental performers, burlesque performers, musicians, noise artists, and filmmakers with three weeks of performances at east village venues the kraine theater, under st. marks, arts on site, and the decatur street community garden in bushwick. sliding scale admission. >>

weds 7pm: pandemic diaries: in 2020, the new york public library’s pandemic diaries project invited people to submit audio recordings of personal stories about life amid the pandemic. in honor of the collection becoming publicly accessible this year, curator julie golia discusses the project with artist juli kwon, author jeremiah moss, and photographer camilo josé vergara at nypl’s stephen a. schwarzman building (midtown). free admission. >>

weds 7:30pm: the slient clowns film series: steamboat bill, jr.: see buster keaton in 1928 silent classic steamboat bill, jr., with live musical accompaniment performed by ben model. hosted by film historians ben model and steve massa, the screening will be followed by a q+a session. cobble hill cinemas, $10 general, $5 seniors >>

weds 7:30pm (weekly): we have fun: a stand-up show: hosts zach sims and dan wilbur bring the fun-ny to young ethel’s (park slope), with stand-up by comedians tanael joachim (gotham comedy live), james camacho (cbs), mary martin (calmedy), molly kornfeld, and julia stone. free admission. >>

weds 8pm: big irv’s storytelling roadshow: named for its former home at big irv’s in williamsburg, the storytelling show continues its residency at philomena’s bar (east williamsburg) with a night of short stories told by sean o’brien (moth grandslam winner), steven berkowitz (scientific american), christopher moncayo-torres, and nick padilla. hosted by adam selbst. bonus: free pizza. free admission. >>

weds 8pm (weekly): ambush comedy show – with free beer: josh johnson, lucas connolly, and brittany cardwell serve up slices of standup at two boots pizza (williamsburg), where they’ll be joined by mike recine (conan), kc shornima (snl), jake silberman, and jamie bliss. bonus: free beer from 7:30-8pm. free admission (rsvp to enter the pizza raffle). >>

weds 8pm (weekly): savage! a comedy show: lizzie martinez and melissa rocha’s stand-up show comes roaring back with sets by alison leiby (the marvelous mrs. maisel), gordon baker-bone (drunk black history), ashley bez (younger), patrick hastie (jacknife comedy), dwayne cullen, and diana hong. bonus: rsvp for a chance to win free drinks. logan’s run (park slope), free admission. >>

weds 8pm (weekly): good girl comedy show: good girls laura merli (reductress) and molly brenner (molly brenner: i’m coming) bring their standup show back to friends and lovers (crown heights), with performers adam mamawala (comedy central), esther fallick (heart o’ the city comedy), sara bergmark (spicy medley comedy), and matthew scott benjamin. $5. >>

weds 8:30pm (monthly): we’re fine comedy show: everything’s fine at the we’re fine comedy show, featuring standups jared goldstein, sureni weerasekera, jason choi, julia desmond, and michael rowland. crystal lake brooklyn (williamsburg), $10. >>

weds 9:30pm: autoimmune saloon: writer and producer ian goldstein hosts a feel-good show about feeling not-so-good, where comedians with autoimmune diseases will perform stand-up and skits based on their experiences.$10 with promo code ‘immune’ (reg. $15 adv, $20 door). >>


thurs thru 4/22: gerhard richter at david zwirner: david zwirner’s chelsea gallery hosts an exhibition of works by visual artist gerhard richter, highlighting new and recent abstract paintings, sculpture, and works on paper created between 2016 and 2023. opening reception 3/16 6-8pm. david zwirner gallery (chelsea), free admission. >>

thurs thru sat: the new york whole bead show: bauble-heads, get a bead on the latest in gems, jewels, and more from 30 vendors at the biannual new york whole bead show. iron23 (flatiron), $10-12 admission. >>

thurs + fri: free krispy kreme: in honor of st. patrick’s day, you can get a free green o’riginal doughnut when you wear green to participating krispy kreme locations. (scroll to the bottom of the linked page for details) >>

thurs 6pm: the new yorkers: from the first immigrant to arrive at ellis island, to the husband and wife who invented the modern celebrity talk show, new york times reporter sam roberts shares the story of little-known yet pivotal new york residents who helped define the city during a talk for his book, the new yorkers: 31 remarkable people, 400 years, and the untold biography of the world’s greatest city, with open house new york board vice president saundra thomas at brooklyn public library central branch. $10. >>

thurs 6pm: olivia harrison: came the lightening: twenty poems for george: marking the twentieth year since george harrison’s passing, olivia harrison presents her new book of twenty poems dedicated to their relationship, the phenomenon of losing a partner, and the passage of time. in conversation with author and nyu professor ashley kahn. rizzoli bookstore (flatiron), $5 admission includes a bookstore voucher redeemable toward the purchase of a book, $42.51 ticket includes a signed copy of the book. >>

thurs 7pm: opportunity music project showcase: an evening of music by schubert, mozart, bach, and more performed by faculty and students to benefit opportunity music project, a local nonprofit that provides music education to children from underserved communities. national opera center (chelsea), $20 with promo code ‘skint’ (reg. $45). >>

thurs 7:30pm (monthly): pete’s reading series: hear from literary icons and newcomers alike at this long-running reading series, hosted by vanessa chan and brian gresko. tonight’s readers: joseph earl thomas (sink), madelaine lucas (thirst for salt), and john francis quiñonez (keep your little lights alive). books will be available for purchase through greenlight bookstore. pete’s candy store (williamsburg), free admission. >>

thurs 7:30pm: I’m Actually From Here with molly ruben-long: park slope native molly ruben-long hosts a night of comedy in the neighborhood she grew up in. featuring ariel elias (kimmel), jay jurden (jon stewart), clare o’kane (windbreaker comedy), and ruby mccollister (zhe zhe). union hall (park slope), $10 adv, $15 day of. >>

thurs 7:30pm: sandeep das and the hum ensemble: delhi to istanbul: grammy award-winning tabla virtuoso sandeep das and his classical indian instrumental hum ensemble come to lincoln center’s david rubenstein atrium (uws). free. >>

thurs 8pm (monthly): the dark knight…entirely from memory: blindly-cast ten bones theatre company performers will attempt to recreate the story of christopher nolan’s the dark knight using only what they can remember from watching the film once recently. as the chaos ensues, drinks are drunk while the players are challenged to incorporate lines written by the audience and create ‘deleted’ scenes. littlefield (gowanus), $10. >>

thurs 8pm (every other thursday): landline comedy at wild east brewing co.: get hoppy at the barrel cellar at wild east brewing co. (gowanus), where comedians dave ross (drunk history), kenice mobley (fallon), jamie bliss (the moth), davidson boswell (roastmasters), and julia stone are on tap for a night of laughs. bonus: rsvp for a chance to win a free drink. free admission. >>

thurs 8pm (weekly): laf dance saloon: jeffrey emerson and jill weiner save the best for laughs at the laf dance saloon comedy show, returning with an evening of standup by chris metcalfe (pure chaos comedy), kelly bachman (fx), kenice mobley (fallon), mike szar (sweatin), sammy anzer (comedy works denver), and zach russell (overshadowed podcast). basik (williamsburg), free admission. >>

thurs 9pm: drule comedy: brittany cardwell, claire alexander, and liv amerling present drule, a standup comedy show featuring a mostly women and non-binary lineup at fette sau bbq (williamsburg). tonight: onika mclean (hbo), gastor almonte (comedy central), ej marcus (tiktok), orli matlow (adult swim), and eve ellenbogen. hosted by abe gatling. free admission. >>

thurs 10pm: dirty thursday: britney!: dance ‘till the world ends at tonight’s britney spears-themed edition of house of yes’s dirty thursday dance party. house of yes (bushwick), free before midnight with rsvp, $10-15 otherwise. >>


our roundup of 25+ ongoing events and attractions: art exhibitions, ticket deals, and more. >>

stay safe and healthy
– the skint