Out & About

| 29 Aug 2016 | 07:59

    Thu 1

    ‘THE JAMB’

    The Kraine Theater, 85 East Fourth St.

    September 1-17, Thursdays through Saturdays, 7 p.m. $25

    Directed by Obie-winner David Drake, J.Stephen Brantley’s punk rock rom-com on crystal meth examines how addiction, politics and pop culture have impacted the lives of gay American men who grew up post-Stonewall, pre-Will & Grace. Mature audiences only.


    ‘9/11 TABLE OF SILENCE PROJECT’Rehearsals 9.1 at 5 p.m. and 9.2 at 3 p.m. at Gibney Studio, 890 Broadway

    Performance at Lincoln Center on 9/11.

    A “movement for peace” created and choreographed by Jacqulyn Buglisi, with more than 100 dancers.

    212-719-3301. www.tableofsilence.org/

    Fri 2

    Who’s the King?New Amsterdam Library, 9 Murray St.

    2 p.m.

    Adults and teens, beginners and masters, come to the New Amsterdam Library to play chess, checkers and scrabble and see who we crown The King. Join us every Friday from 2-4pm!


    ‘In an Echo’ New School, Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, 66 Fifth Ave.

    Noon-6 p.m., through Sept. 7. Free

    An exhibition of thesis work from Parsons’ MFA Photography program’s class of 2016.


    Sat 3

    WILDLIFE TOUR: High Line as HabitatTour location provided via email following RSVP

    8-9 a.m. First Saturdays, May through October,

    Tour the High Line with horticulturist and resident wildlife expert, Maryanne Stubbs. Learn how wildlife use the habitat provided by the High Line’s gardens.


    Verbal Description and Sensory TourRubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.

    Noon-1 p.m. Free

    For visitors who are blind or partially sighted.

    Reservations required: 212-620-5000, x319

    Sun 4

    Hudson River Nature WalkChristopher Street Fountain — Pier 45 at Hudson River Park, 353 West St.

    9-10 a.m. Free

    Lions and tigers and bears, oh my. Learn about Hudson River Park’s wildlife by joining knowledgeable naturalists on guided nature walks along the Park’s esplanade every Sunday at 9am.

    212-627-2020. www.hudsonriverpark.eventbrite.com


    8:30 p.m. $7-$11

    This screening is part of “VOYEURISM, SURVEILLANCE, AND IDENTITY IN THE CINEMA.” Featuring two artists from ICP’s exhibition, Wilke and Benglis, forms of performance for the camera by artists interested in the visual and conceptual presentation of the self and the body.

    212-505-5181. anthologyfilmarchives.org/

    Mon 5

    Heart of the Park TourCentral Park, 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue

    11 a.m. Free

    Walking tour through the heart of Central Park. Enjoy a great variety of its scenic, sculptural and architectural elements. Register in advance for easiest check-in. Meet: Samuel F. B. Morse statue.

    212-310-6600 centralparknyc.org

    The Great Miguelino Pier 62 Carousel

    2 p.m. Free

    Miguelino’s tricks will leave some guests in awe while making other guests laugh. Volunteers from the audience will be chosen to help him with his spectacular magic tricks.


    Tue 6

    Baroque Music FestivalTrinity Wall Street Church, 79 Broadway

    7 p.m. Free

    An exploration of 17th century German music that influenced Johann Sebastian Bach.


    9/11 Memorial and Brooklyn Bridge Night TourZuccotti Park, Broadway, Liberty Street and Cedar Street

    7:30 p.m. Free

    From twilight into the night is the right time to pay a visit to this part of NYC.

    Make reservation at www.freetoursbyfoot.com

    Wed 7

    ‘A Square Meal’Tenement Museum, 103 Orchard St.

    6:30 p.m. Free

    Subtitled “A Culinary History of the Great Depression,” this event looks at how the Great Depression transformed America’s culinary culture.


    Downtown Manhattan 3-Hour TourFederal Hall, 26 Wall St. at Broad Street

    10 a.m. Free

    Three-hour walking and subway tour covers the Financial District including Wall Street and the World Trade Center, SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown. There will be one or two opportunities to sample tasty treats.

    Make reservations info at www.freetoursbyfoot.com