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Jason Dussault Deconstruction/Construction

Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery, 527 W. 23rd St, at 10th Avenue

6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Jason Dussault’s first solo exhibit in New York Deconstruction/Construction pays homage to the late Village Voice Art Director George Delmerico through his mosaic pieces of Marvel characters.

212-366-4490, www.hoerle-guggenheim.com/exhibitions/jason-dussault

Spring Theatre Production—Life is a Dream

Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center — Teatro La Tea, 107 Suffolk Street and Rivington

8 p.m.-10 p.m., $5

This play switches back and forth from 17th century Spain to 21st century New York with the intention of challenging audiences to question the relationship between prophecy and prejudice.

212-260-4080, www.csvcenter.org/index.html


acc Pet Adoption Event at Petco, Union Square

Petco Union Square, 860 Broadway

Noon-4 p.m., free to attend, adoption fees range

Animal Care and Control of NYC’s Mobile Adoption Center will be at Petco, Union Square, with great cats and dogs looking for loving homes.

212-788-4000, http://nycacc.org/Events.htm

Math Midway

Museum of Mathematics, 11 E. 26th St. between Fifth and Madison Avenues

10 a.m., Free with admission

Explore a world of patterns, shapes and numbers in this interactive exhibit.

212-542-0566, www.momath.org/about/upcoming-events/


Shaping the Lowline

The opening of an interactive exhibit featuring the creative work, from the practical to the fantastical, of the Lowline Young Designers for New York City’s first underground community green space.

Mark Miller Gallery, 92 Orchard St.

Noon-6 p.m., Free


The Princess Who Grew Antlers

Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., between 9th and 10th Streets

3 p.m., $15

Follow the adventure of a princess who grows antlers in this Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theater production.

212-254- 1109, www.theaterforthenewcity.net


5th Annual Benefit, Reading Voices Inside/Out

The COW, 21 Clinton St.

7:00 p.m., $25

Six short plays by currently incarcerated inmates at Northpoint Training Center, a medium security prison.


Michael Finnissy Festival

Spectrum. 121 Ludlow St. between Delancey and Rivington Streets

7 p.m., $15

Michael Finnissy Festival, presented and performed by pianist Augustus Arnone.



Petunia the Penguin Goes to School

Chatham Square Library, 33 E. Broadway, at Madison Street

3:30 p.m., Free


Costume characters Petunia Penguin and polar bird Admiral Bird will get kids to become Antarctic scientists! Children will learn how penguins adapt to stay alive. For children 3-6.


If You Build It

UCBEast. 155 E 3rd St between A and B Aves.

7 p.m., $5

Join Comedian Kara Klenk, contributor for Girl Code and Broad City for her weekly show that will keep you at the edge of your seat.

212-366-9231, www.east.ucbtheatre.com


Subodh Gupta, “Seven Billion Light Years”

Hauser & Wirth New York, 511 W. 18th St., between 10th and 11th Ave.

10 a.m.-6 p.m., Free

Gupta’s work in his gallery show incorporates ingenious items used by ordinary Indians to take their lunch to work.

212-794-4970, www.hauserwirth.com

Young Designers Show

Mark Miller Gallery, 92 Orchard St. and Broome Street.

Noon-6 p.m., Free

View the showcased work by the students of the Lowline Young Designers Program where they learn solar technology, and build 3D models of new public space.

212-253-9479, www.thelodownny.com/calendar/index.php?eID=9683



King Juan Carlos I Of Spain Center, 53 Washington Square

7 p.m.,

Reading by Venezuelan poet Igor Barreto, in Spanish. Introduced by Sergio Chejfec. Reception to follow.



Hudson Park Library, 66 Leroy St.

2 p.m., Free

John Frankenheimer directs Rock Hudson in this science-fiction thriller from the fractured 1960s that concerns a middle-aged businessman dissatisfied with his suburban existence, who is urged (and blackmailed) to undergo a strange and elaborate procedure that will grant him a new life as a reborn.


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